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    “The washing continues.” Parliamentary Finance: Exempting the governor of the Central Bank does not

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    Post by Rocky Fri 27 Jan 2023, 5:29 am

    “The washing continues.” Parliamentary Finance: Exempting the governor of the Central Bank does not solve the dollar crisis
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Sajjad Salem, said today, Thursday, that the decision to dismiss the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif, will not solve the crisis caused by the rise of the dollar in the local market.
    Last Monday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani relieved the governor of the Central Bank, Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif, from his post at his request, and assigned Ali Mohsen al-Alaq in his place by proxy, and referred the director of the Iraqi Trade Bank, Salem Jawad al-Jalabi, to retire and assigned Bilal al-Hamdani to run the bank, with changes in al-Sudanese opinion. It will "reduce the rise in exchange rates."
    Salem said, to (Baghdad Today): “The decision to exempt the governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif, is not a solution to the crisis of the dollar’s ​​rise in the local market, and the evidence is that the exchange rate is still witnessing an increase, and this exemption will not solve anything from the crisis.
    And he indicated that “the problem is not in the person of the governor of the bank, whoever was the former or the current, but rather the problem is the existence of the issue of currency smuggling as well as money laundering operations, and without stopping These operations and tightening financial control measures, there will be no solutions to the crisis of the dollar’s ​​rise in the local market, but perhaps the rise will continue.” A way in case the main problem of this crisis is not resolved.
    The dollar exchange rates are witnessing a huge jump, and a great fluctuation during the past weeks, against the backdrop of measures taken by the US Federal Bank on the currency sale market in Iraq.
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