Parliamentary integrity: exempt bank managers without demanding clearance error and evasion of accountability

2016/6/9 14:09

{Baghdad: Euphrates news}

back parliamentary integrity Committee, exempt banks managers {commercial, industrial, agricultural and Mesopotamia} without requiring them to provide clearance to justice and integrity that is a big mistake and a chance for them to escape accountability.

The Committee Member said in a statement, the bombardment, the Agency has received a copy of {Euphrates news} today, "most Directors these banks they wish to be relieved of their Office to implement their skin and enjoy the money they embezzled him, if somebody decides to leave his personal decision raised questions about the reasons for leaving office, while escaping will be much easier if it was removed from Office by a third party, you may check what they want."

He noted that "correct procedure which must accompany vests resolution is asking them to provide clearance to the Judiciary Commission of integrity include financial disclosure statement disclosing their assets, particularly with regard to the commercial bank raised about corrupted files and give loans without collateral.

The Prime Minister called "forcing these managers to provide clearance and instructed concerned authorities to follow up their files at the highest level, we can't reward Premier agents and general managers who are justifiably dismissed corruption and giving them a chance to escape."

The Prime Minister Haider Abadi on Wednesday, issued an order to appoint new directors for six with byes Iraqi National Intelligence Chief and head of the Iraqi media network transmitted Jabbar carp for retirement.

According to the information Office of Abadi said in a statement that "based on the requirements of national interest and continuing with comprehensive reform policy announced by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, had ordered diwani set new managers in both the commercial bank and Rafidain and Rashid banks and Mortgage Bank and Industrial Bank WA agricultural Bank".