Nujaifi Stresses The Importance Of Controlling The Exchange Rate Of The Dinar
27/9/2012 12:00 صباحا
Nujaifi stresses the importance of controlling the exchange rate of the dinar against the dollar
Baghdad - morning Stressed House Speaker Osama Nujaifi on the importance of the independence of the central bank, stressing that follow the daily auction of foreign currency with the priority being placed in the control of the Iraqi dinar exchange rate.
Came during a meeting yesterday Chairman of the Board of Supreme Audit Abdel Basit Turki. The two sides discussed the policy of the central bank and the current mechanism of work.
They also discussed findings of the investigative committee composed of the Finance Committee and the parliamentary Economic Committee and Chairman of the Board of Supreme Audit on the daily auction, organized by the Central Bank to sell the dollar. Said Chairman of the Board of Supreme Audit that during the few days will be View the results of the investigative report to the House of Representatives.
In another window, received the President of the House of Representatives invitation by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to attend the official ceremony marking the anniversary of the founding of the ruling Justice and Development.
According to a statement issued Office Nujaifi received "morning," a copy of it, that it was "unlikely to meet the Speaker of Parliament invited to attend a ceremony of the ruling party." Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki yesterday received an invitation from his Turkish counterpart to visit Ankara, as said Ali al-Moussawi, a media adviser to the Prime Minister:
"It does not have any objection to be met, but it depends on the Prime Minister's agenda, especially that the call is connected on the occasion of a certain anniversary of the founding of the ruling Justice and Development, which is headed by Erdogan .
Also received by President Jalal Talabani, an official invitation from Erdogan to participate in the Fourth Conference of the Justice and Development Party, which is scheduled to take place next Sunday in the capital, Ankara.