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Jubouri demands Halabousi to postpone voting on candidates of the Central Bank and financial supervision (document)

The head of the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives MP Haitham Jubouri, a request to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohamed Halbusi, to postpone the vote on the candidates of the posts of the Governor of the Central Bank and the President of the Office of Financial Supervision.

The agency (Baghdad today), a letter issued by the Chairman of the Finance Committee on 29/6/2019, included a request addressed to Halabusi to postpone the vote on the candidates of the positions of the Governor of the Central Bank and the President of the Office of Financial Supervision, among the reasons that the reasons for postponement came to candidates And their plans to develop the work of those important institutions.

Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Wednesday (June 26, 2019) sent the names of candidates for positions of special grades, including the Governor of the Central Bank to the House of Representatives after approval by the Council of Ministers.

And got (Baghdad today) a document issued by Abdul Mahdi and addressed to Parliament, including the names of candidates to the positions of special grades, after the approval of the Council of Ministers in its meeting last Tuesday, and the names are: Ali Abdul Amir Allawi for the post of governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Salah Nouri Khalaf for the post of head of the Financial Control Bureau; Mohamed Abdel Hadi Mohamed Taqi El Hakim for the post of advisor to the Prime Minister; Fayyad Hassan Nema for the post of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil; Hamid Yunis Saleh Al Zobaie for the post of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil;

Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi announced on Tuesday (25 June 2019) the vote on seventy general managers of all special grades, adding: “We will proceed with the steps to vote on these grades respectively, and without quotas despite attempts to impose some names, but we stopped all this and we Without quotas.” Source