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    Parliamentary Committee: Foreign banks in Iraq are outlets for money laundering

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    Parliamentary Committee: Foreign banks in Iraq are outlets for money laundering Empty Parliamentary Committee: Foreign banks in Iraq are outlets for money laundering

    Post by Rocky Fri 25 Jun 2021, 7:53 am

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    Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Jamal Cougar, said Thursday (June 24, 2021) that the inclusion of Iraq in the list of countries that pose a threat to the financial system of the Union by the European Union Commission, because of its weak measures in combating this phenomenon. 
    And Cougar  told IQ News , "Last year, the European Union commission placed Iraq on the list of countries that pose a threat to the union's financial system due to the spread of money laundering in Iraq." 
    He added that "Iraq's measures in combating this phenomenon are very weak, and therefore removing it from the list at the present time is difficult," noting that "the fight against this phenomenon is linked to the fight against corruption." 
    "Combating this phenomenon proves to the world the extent of the state's control over its borders, the imposition of its laws and the strength of its sovereignty, but what is happening now is the exact opposite," he explained. 
    And he indicated that "there are many suspicious financial and economic activities that are outlets for money laundering, including fictitious contracts, as well as foreign trade with some countries, as well as foreign banks located on Iraqi territory."
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