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Baghdad / news
Today, Wednesday, economic expert, Majed Al-Suri, called on Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to open the file of corruption and parasites on private banks to deal with the financial liquidity crisis.
Al-Suri told Al-Ikhbaria, "It cannot and does not make sense to continue wasting huge amounts of money by auctioning the currency in the central bank in conjunction with a severe economic crisis and the absence of a real money management strategy."
He called the new government headed by Al-Kazemi to "open the file of corruption and parasites on private banks in order to deal with the crisis of economic and financial liquidity."
Al-Suri pointed out that "previous governments had put many banks under the guardianship of their theft and corruption, but they did not hold them accountable legally enough to deter others."
It is noteworthy that Iraq, according to the accreditation of the rentier economy, which depends on selling oil and spending its money, made it an unenviable position, especially with the drop in oil prices in global markets.