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A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Ahmed Al-Rubaie, revealed the reasons for withdrawing the hand of senior employees at Al-Rafidain Bank.
Al-Rubaie said in a press interview seen by “Takadam” that “the reasons behind withdrawing the hand of the director general of the government-run Rafidain Bank and a number of department directors and bank employees by the Ministry of Finance are related to their accusation of corruption.”
Al-Rubaie added that "there are several accusations leveled against them, including causing waste of public money and mismanagement and carrying out administrative transfers on the basis of nepotism and nepotism away from the standard of competence and integrity, in addition to appointing unqualified people to assume administrative positions," noting that "there are other reasons." Such as the delay in completing customer transactions and using the position to achieve partisan and personal goals in order to remain in the position for as long as possible, and to challenge the decisions of the ministry.”
He pointed out that an investigative committee will be formed against the former officials, and the results will be announced in the near future, calling for the appointment of a manager for the bank who is characterized by competence, integrity and professionalism.
And yesterday, Sunday, the Minister of Finance, Taif Sami, decided to withdraw the hand of the director of the Rafidain Bank and more than 20 officials, male and female, and employees. According to a document signed by the minister, seen by Shafaq News Agency, “Based on the provisions of Article 17 of the Law on Disciplining State and Public Sector Employees No. 14 of 1991 as amended, and based on what came in the initial report of the subcommittee No. 1927, which was duly approved and the powers vested in us, it was decided to withdraw the hand of Those whose names are listed below are employees of Al-Rafidain Bank from the job for a period of 60 days, starting from the above date.
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