The supervisory and auditing bodies meet in the Central Bank of Iraq

 Localities  2019/01/20 17:26    71  Editor: mst     

Baghdad today _ Baghdad

The supervisory and auditing bodies in the Iraqi Central Bank, on Sunday, held a meeting, chaired by the Governor of the Bank, Ali Al-Alaq.

The central bank said in a statement, received (Baghdad today) a copy of it, that “a meeting of the bank held today under the chairmanship of the Governor, and the presence of the President of the Office of Financial Supervision, the head of the board of Securities, and the captain of accountants and auditors, and Vice-President of the Iraqi Association of Certified Public Accountants, and representatives of international audit firms (KPMG, Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers). ”

The statement added, “The meeting dealt with prospects for professional work and legal requirements with respect to auditing professions and provide professional consulting provided by those companies.”

The participants stressed the importance of the role played by these companies in different aspects, and the need to establish legal frameworks for auditing and advisory functions.

The statement said, “It will be a meeting later held at the headquarters of the Association of Accountants and Auditors to adapt the things that were trading between the various entities replaced.”


The dollar is stabilizing against the Iraqi dinar


Economy News _ Baghdad

BAGHDAD – Foreign currency markets in Baghdad recorded a stable exchange rate against the Iraqi dinar on Sunday.
The market price in the Kifah Stock Exchange in Baghdad was 1198.5 dinars per dollar, ie 119 thousand and 750 dinars per hundred dollars.
The prices of selling and buying dollars in banking companies, was:
the sale price of one dollar 1202.5 dinars, or 120 thousand and 250 dinars per hundred dollars.
The purchase price of the dollar is 1192.5 dinars, or 119 thousand and 250 dinars per hundred dollars.

Abdelmahdi’s policy faces his biggest concerns as the countdown to the 100-day deadline begins

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The number of members of the parliament has opened fire on the (missing) government because of its absence from the ministers of defense, interior and justice, while the Minister of Education (Shaima al-Hayali) hanging between the dismissal and chanting section.

The Iraqi parliament, which continues since the resumption of the holiday start of the year meetings, the agenda ranged in yesterday’s debate between the discussion of the paragraphs of the budget for the year 2019 and read some bills before the end of the first legislative term, without the table completely from any reference to the completion of the government cab.

Abdul Mahdi, for his part, threw the ball completely in the stadiums of the political blocs, on the lack of consensus on the candidates of other ministries, while continuing to hold a weekly press conference after the meeting of the Council of Ministers, and answers are limited to the questions of journalists, usually on foreign policy and the position of Iraq Of American sanctions on Iran, or US bases, as well as his focus on improving security conditions, lifting more concrete barriers inside the capital Baghdad, as well as his tours in the early hours of some areas, streets and markets.

While the government of Abdul Mahdi has not yet been completed, parliamentarians are moving against two of his ministers, namely Minister of Electricity Loay Khatib and Naim al-Rubaie.

Yusuf al-Kalabi, a member of the Iraqi parliament for the victory coalition led by Haider al-Abadi, announced that he had collected signatures in order to dismiss Minister of Communications Na’im Thajil al-Rubaie to include accountability and justice procedures, which means his affiliation to the banned Baath Party.

“Communications Minister Naeem al-Rubaie is trying to influence the judiciary through people who have promised him that they will bring him a decision from the discriminatory body on accountability and justice decisions,” Al-Kalabi said in a tweet on Twitter. “We will expose them strongly, and we will not fear the right to a suitable nation.” .