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    Integrity Court declares recover 36 billion dinars from 21 banks waged

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    Integrity Court declares recover 36 billion dinars from 21 banks waged Empty Integrity Court declares recover 36 billion dinars from 21 banks waged

    Post by day dreamer Thu 10 Sep 2015, 10:37 am

    Integrity Court declares recover 36 billion dinars from 21 banks waged

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      [Baghdad - where] 
    Specialized issues of integrity and economic crime, money laundering, the court announced that, on Thursday, for the recovery of 36 billion dinars from 21 banks waged after the right to take legal action.



     And misdemeanors judge said in court Radi Fartusi told all of Iraq [where] that "the Court has recently recovered 36 billion dinars from private banks to the Central Bank." 

    He added that "these amounts recovered from the 21 regional banks represent 90% of what edema in these banks to the Central Bank of The delay added by the benefits." 

    Fartusi said that "private banks began to repay after the move was a result of complaints and follow-up to eliminate them." 

    The judge said that "the provisions commissioners issued against directors and members of the Board of Directors of domestic banks." 

    He added that "Despite the cessation of the legal representative of the central bank to move as a result of the complaint to pay the money, but the Court continues to consider the case once agitated."

    He explained Fartusi "As the criminal act took place in the past, the court proceedings continue," adding that "in addition to the Central Bank, the Office of Financial Supervision complaints the move."

    He pointed out that "there are other issues in their own integrity issues pertaining to private banks Court investigation". 


    The table below the names of the banks and the amounts recovered:



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