Abadi, director of the Bank recommends not to cooperate with the parliamentary finance


History of edits:: 2017/6/3 21:20526 times readable
{Baghdad} Euphrates News said the Finance Committee member Rahim al-Daraji, on Saturday, said that “Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi recommended the Iraqi Trade Bank director not to cooperate with members of the Parliamentary Finance Committee.”
According Aldargi In a statement , the agency {Euphrates News} received a copy ofit today, “we found a rebellion from the Director of the Trade Bank of Iraq through itsfailure to cooperate with members of the Finance Committee, which is part of thelegislative authority on the recommendation was issued , ” pointing out that ” theChairman of the Board Minister Haider Abadi , the face of the official mentioned bysaying {not deal with members of the House of Representatives, including members of the Finance Committee being a general manager and do not have any effect onyou and I am responsible for you being finance minister and the agency I can Laufer adequate protection necessary for you will continue in office}. ”
He warned Darraji “of insulting the prestige of the state through incitement not tocooperate with the legislative authority as a regulator has the right to pursue all state institutions , ” noting that ” the Finance Committee is seeking to support thedevelopment of banks and banks {government civil} according to the evolving international banking policies through review their work and provide advice and recommendations that elevate their work to progress and prosperity of the stage and make them in the ranks of international banks “.”
the MP pointed Darraji in his statement that ” the Finance Committee cautions against the use of these methods and tone with the legislative authority because this reflects a lack of respect for the Constitution constitutional the Commission T that legislation and supervision and we will have a very firm stand and to stop such farces calls for insulting the prestige of the state. ”

 

 

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