Parliamentary Finance: Appointment of an inspector of the Central Bank exceeding the law
The parliamentary Finance Committee, on Friday, expressed great surprise at the appointment of an inspector for the Central Bank of Iraq, usually violated his independence and exceeded its law.
The Chairman of the Committee MP Haitham al-Jubouri in a statement received “Al-Ahd News” a copy of it, that the Finance Committee shows great surprise at the deliberate Iraqi government breach of the independence of the Central Bank and insist on interfering in its policy and management, in violation of the text of Article 2 of the Central Bank Law, which stipulated Allow the intervention of any person or the government of the work of the bank or monetary policy and subjected to the control of the House of Representatives only.
He added, we remind the government that this position was previously in the Central Bank and was abolished in 2008 for inconsistent with the law of the bank in force.
He called for the immediate cessation of this step, warning of its external repercussions and its negative repercussions on international agreements and assessments. Source