Sources suggest PM Maliki will appoint Dawa party leader as head of CBI

Posted: March 17, 2014 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics

Maliki is determined to lead his party’s relations appointed Governor of the Central Bank

Sunday, March 16, 2014 at 10: 37

An official statement in the Council of Ministers, on Sunday, the Prime Minister’s determination to the appointment by the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers and the leader of the Dawa party, Ali al-allaq as Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq instead of Abdel Basset Turki.

The source said (and any news), “relationship was due to take over the Bank by about four months, but the administrative and legal matters and other belongings, General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers which prevented relations”, noting that “Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki had abandoned its decision to appoint someone other than the Deputy and Assistant Secretary-General in place of a relationship which in turn apologized took positions (Secretary and Governor of the Central Bank) together.”

“The reports about the possibility of bidding farewell to the staff relations office about three months ago, but he soon returned to his Central Bank denied at this time.” The source said “the Prime failures of several registration in the management of the Central Bank, and by Abdel Basset Turki negligently breaches from the Central Bank in the financial control Department of the Turkish”, stating that “the possibility of financing the Prime campaign funds from the Central Bank is not reality, because any loss of financial liquidity at the Bank will be reflected negatively on the market quickly.”

A source in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers that “the relationship is give wider powers to the Kurdish Deputy, Farhad Nematullah, suggests the possibility of leaving the Secretariat soon,” there is talk in the corridors of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers on the possibility of the Central Bank’s relationship with his post as General Secretary of the Cabinet Agency.

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