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    Member of the Parliamentary Finance: The classification procedures of banks do not relate to the law

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    Post by Rocky Fri 02 Jun 2017, 2:26 am

    Member of the Parliamentary Finance: The classification procedures of banks do not relate to the law of the Central Bank


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    MP of the citizen bloc and a member of the parliamentary finance committee Rahim Darraji, on Thursday, that there are procedures and policies in the central bank called [classification of banks] which have nothing to do with the law of the Central Bank and the Banking Law.
    "Such instructions when issued away from the regulatory bodies and what is the policy is far from transparency and credibility," adding that "these actions have caused problems that impede the march of the Iraqi economy Which is undergoing great challenges and the management of the central bank to exercise caution and close the outlets of administrative and financial corruption, which has become rampant meaningless and taste in all institutions of the state.
    He stressed, "out of concern for the reputation of the institution of the Central Bank and do not want to be exposed to the policy of loss of confidence and hope instead of the classification of banks, which means [patronage and patronage] to upgrade the banking sector and some banks that have no role at the level of Iraqi society, whether participating in the auction of currency Which on the impact of this auction will bring significant effects to waste public money. "
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    Post by Rocky Fri 02 Jun 2017, 8:01 am

    Parliamentary Finance: questioning procedures "classification of banks" being far from the Central Bank Law



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    questioned the parliamentary finance committee member Rahim al - Daraji, procedures for the so - called " the classification of banks" followed by the central bank, noting that it measures and policies that have nothing to do with the law of the Central Bank and the Banking Law.

    He said Darraji in a statement, "Noor News" received a copy of it today, that "like so instructions when they issue away from the regulatory authorities, what are not far from the transparency and credibility of policy," adding that "these measures caused problems that obstruct the march of the Iraqi economy which passes significant challenges and the Central Bank to be cautious and the closure of the administrative and financial corruption outlets, which has become meaningless Msthari and taste in all state institutions. "

    The MP, he was "out of concern for the reputation of the central bank institution we do not want to come under its policy of loss of confidence, and we hope rather than banks classification, which means (nepotism and clientelism), you must upgrade the banking sector and some banks that do not have any role at the level of Iraqi society, whether to participate in the auction of the coin which is the effect of this auction resulted in significant traces of wasting public money. "

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