Maliki adviser denies resignation of CBI Governor

Posted: September 11, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
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Tuesday, September 10 / September 2013 10:52

[Baghdad – where]

Denied Ali al-Moussawi, media adviser to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Tuesday to provide the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Finance and the Governor of the Central Bank and the Agency [Abdul Basit Turki resigned from both positions.

Some of the media had said on Monday that the [Turkish] has submitted his resignation from the positions of the Presidency Office of Financial Supervision and the Governor of the Central Bank and the Agency on the background summoned by Maliki, who drew him in cash severe, describing his performance Palmtkhalaf and bad and told him that mismanagement impact on the course of the Iraqi economy. somewhat cited by some media.

Moussawi said in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of “some of the media promoted the naked news about the alleged resignation of Health for Abdul Basit Turki] Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Finance and the Governor of the Central Bank and the Agency.”

“We do not consider that a transient error, but deliberately targeted for extortion purposes and to spread confusion in the financial and monetary market.”

He called media adviser to the prime minister, “the media to desist from this approach, which spared the professional side and into our circle prosecution.”

The Cabinet decided in 16 of the last October 2012 mandated head of the Office of Financial Supervision Abdul Basit Turki for the management of the Central Bank of Iraq to succeed Governor Sinan al-Shabibi arrest warrant issued against him on corruption charges.

The legal adviser to the former Prime Minister, Fadel Mohammed Jawad, has denied that the Council of Ministers sacked bank governor Sinan al-Shabibi, but decided to “withdraw his hand from the office, until the end of the investigation of the charges against him from the Integrity Commission about wasting public money, along with 15 senior staff at the central bank, “noting that” the appointment of Abdul Basit Turki acting governor comes to keep the monetary institution of any economic problems of Iraq, and is not intended to dominate the bank. “is over.

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