Parliamentary Finance: One trillion Iraqi dinars from the currency auction does not enter the treasury
10:50 - 10/21/2020
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The reporter of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ahmed Al-Saffar, revealed, on Wednesday, the obscene profits achieved by the window of selling the currency auction, indicating that there are more than one trillion Iraqi dinars that are not included in the state treasury.
Al-Saffar said in a statement to "the information", that "it is necessary to review the mechanisms and controls of currency auction work to take advantage of the money," indicating that "the Finance Committee tried in every way to stop wasting the auction of selling the currency to no avail."
He added that "there are obscene imports that are supposed to be entered into the state treasury through customs taxes," noting that "the dollar is sold to merchants in exchange for manifests that prove the entry of goods and goods into Iraq by selling the dollar as an average."
Al-Saffar explained, "The monthly currency auction profits are not less than a trillion Iraqi dinars as taxes, and this amount does not enter the state treasury."
The Parliamentary Economic Committee had called earlier in the review of the mechanisms and controls of the currency auction work to benefit from public funds instead of the acquisition of corrupt and theft of public money from them. Ended / 25 h