Sadr accused the government of threatening the country's economy to collapse through the work of the central bank intervention and describes arms deal with Russia and the Czech Republic to "categorical"

Saturday, November 20 1 / Okrudolf 2012 13:31

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Accused cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, the Iraqi government meddling in the work of the central bank without the right hand, which threatens the collapse of the economy of the country, describing the "arms deal with Russia and skepticism as" factional deal, not patriotism. "
Sadr said, according to a press statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "the economy of the country is threatened and on the brink of collapse, especially after the prime minister interventions work of the Central Bank of Iraq without right or guidance or a scripture giving."
He called on the Iraqi parliament to "work to save the economy of Iraq."
And the Council of Ministers decided on Tuesday the prime BSA Abdul Basit Turki Department of the Central Bank of Iraq to succeed former Governor Sinan al-Shabibi.
The arrest warrant issued in suspended earlier, right Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi and a number of officials in the bank charges relating to corruption and financial manager, where there was international intervention and a local by the United Nations Mission in Iraq and the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, in addition to the intervention of the Presidency and some leaders of the blocks political, and demands for President of the Supreme Judicial Council Medhat al-Mahmoud intervene, and who was not aware of the arrest. "
In another context, between al-Sadr that "arms deal with Russia and skepticism by the apparent it's a factional deal, not patriotism in addition to the loss of the money Iraqi on what is not pleasing to the people nor their representatives in parliament," he said, calling the House of Representatives to "investigate those deals . "
The government has signed a number of arms deals with the State of Russia and the Czech Republic during a visit by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to them, and Kurdistan Alliance expressed concern large arms deals concluded by the Federal Government with these two countries.