Sources in the Central Bank: Shabibi holds a document signed by al-Maliki to protect the corrupt!
Haider Ali Jawad - 10/15/2012 - 11:46 AM |

Integrity Commission issued an arrest warrant for Iraqi Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi and sixteen other officials, including the deputy governor of the Central Bank the appearance of Mohammed Saleh.
Shabibi participate and benefit global conference in Tokyo, while banking sources revealed that "Shabibi submitted a letter to the Iraqi judiciary bears the signature of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki prevents the removal of corrupt from the central bank after proving involvement in money laundering."
While confirmed the Integrity Committee parliamentary access an arrest warrant against Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi, revealed parliamentary committee overseeing the central bank, said investigations proved the existence of sale of foreign currency to banks and corporations themselves and that has smuggled to neighboring countries, in a reference to Iran, which suffers of economic sanctions.
The source said a parliamentary early, preferred anonymity, "said central bank governor told the prime minister earlier in the need to keep the Director of money laundering, and the Director of the Legal Department, the Director of Banking Supervision, and the Director of the Economic Department for their involvement operations financial and administrative corruption and money laundering Iraq," pointing out that these officials affiliated to the party to which he belongs, prompting Prime Minister not to change them. "
He added that "Shabibi retains an official letter signed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki ban deport these corrupt his posts despite ensure involvement operations corruption great," explaining that Maliki knew bank governor that change or exclude any person from office is not a prerogative of the Governor of the Bank Center, but jurisdiction of the Prime Minister.
And that "there are divisions within the Commission Parliamentary Integrity regarding circulating the arrest warrant against al-Shabibi, where he sees some of its members that targeting political offensive some blocks on the competencies while others go out there that compromised financial action the central bank must know those involved and hold them accountable."
The Integrity Commission's decision came after the Iraqi parliament rejected the decision of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to inflict independent bodies, including the Central Bank of the premiership contrary to the constitution.
Sources in the central bank said the decision came in response to decisions taken by the central bank to prevent the dollar smuggling from Iraq to Iran, which suffer from the sanctions. The sources said that the central bank strongly opposed proposals credit-Maliki Iraqi currency reserves of $ 65 billion because it leads to a deterioration of the exchange rate of the Iraqi dinar.
The sources, who asked not to be named, said the large Iraqi currency reserves which was completed under the administration Shabibi still under the eyes of devices Tamah and corrupt administrations used to reach out to public money. And rejected the CBI proceedings by the Integrity Commission said it gross interference from the executive branch of the independence of the central bank. The bank officials said that the decision to serious repercussions and was due to bank governor refused to submit the instructions of the executive branch. On the other hand, judicial sources said that the decision was not complete and was based on the report of the investigative committee headed by deputy speaker of parliament Qusay al-Suhail and included members of the majority coalition of state law without the completion of investigative procedures routine also requires procedures natural and resulted in the issuance of warrants of integrity based on the report of the Committee .
Traders warned the market affected by the value of the Iraqi dinar with these procedures, calling it the most dangerous on the money market in Iraq. And Shabibi is now in Tokyo where he was attending a conference banker at the head of the Iraqi delegation and described is deputy appearance for they of the most important figures banking in Iraq and Ihzian respected circles monetary and banking in Iraq The list includes 16 officials from the Central Bank, including Director General of the lower grades