Reveals the source for "news": Maliki wants Anbuge appointed governor of the Central Bank .. And threats of mass resignation

On: Tuesday 10/04/2012 16:01

Baghdad (news) .. A source in the making of political and economic decision that the Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki will appoint counsel for Economic Affairs Abdullah Al-Hussein Anbuge governor of the Central Bank instead of the province of the current Shabibi, while threatened to senior officials of the Central Bank to submit mass resignations in the event of dismissal Shabibi, this is a (10) of senior Bank staff to a large lobby inside has toppled Iraqi currency in the case have resigned.

The source, who declined to be named in the statement singled out by the Agency (news) said on Tuesday: that al-Maliki has serious intention and real to dismiss central bank governor Sinan Shabibi and the appointment of counsel Abdul Hussein Al-Anbuge because of leaking information to the Kurdistan Regional Government about the book directed to the bank by linking the premiership or the Secretariat, as well as a sense of al-Maliki that the central bank is run by people they work for more than (30) years and this is what al-Maliki does not want its existence of a huge (Group) manages the bank.

The source added: that about (10) people from the managers and experts in the Central Bank are considered supporters of the Hbibi, Ocdo they will mass resignations if the sacked Shabibi and they would refuse to provide any information or plans strategy for the work of the Central Bank before or after the resignation of any government official does not is related the Central Bank, and continued, this would be a great upheaval of the Central Bank may contribute to raise the exchange rate of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar and a new economic crisis.

And eternal economists and financial fear of this approach and enemy encroachment on the Constitution and the monetary policy and the will of the national economy at risk, and referred to the Federal Court issued on 18 January, a decision to the relevance of independent bodies referred to in the Constitution Iraqi prime minister directly, and not under the chairmanship of the Council of House of Representatives. / End / 1. d. Q /