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al-darraji files a lawsuit and demands an investigation of the currency sale window

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al-darraji files a lawsuit and demands an investigation of the currency sale window Empty al-darraji files a lawsuit and demands an investigation of the currency sale window

Post by rocky on Mon 30 Nov 2020, 2:44 pm

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Today, Sunday, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, MP Muhammad Al-Darraji, filed a judicial complaint, calling for an investigation to be opened regarding the window for currency sale.
In his request submitted to the Iraqi judiciary, Al-Ahed News obtained a copy of it, Al-Darraji indicated that “information has been circulated about the incorrect invoices of documentary credits to banks dealing with selling currency, and the failure of the Iraqi Central Bank to carry out its duties to impose fines and disclose incorrect documents submitted by The beneficiaries and companies ”.
He stressed, “There is no match in the value of customs and tax financial imports with the value of the sums transferred through the dollar sale window in the currency sale window,” noting at the same time that “the central bank and the customs office did not provide a list of the names of banks and people who evaded these obligations.
The deputy stressed that "these breaches caused damage to the national economy and led to smuggling of hard currency and reducing revenues as well as adopting an unreal value for the dollar against the Iraqi dinar, which led the government to follow a borrowing policy that would destroy the Iraqi economy."
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