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Samson:  In the document … the Presidency of Parliament sets next Wednesday as the date for the interrogation of the Governor of the Central Bank

22nd January, 2021

Translation….

Central Bank – Governor’s Office –  The interrogation based on the questioning request submitted by Mr. Faleh Sari Abd Ashi, and to provide the conditions |  It is legal in the request in accordance with Article (21 Seventh / C) of the Constitution and Article (2 / Fourth) and Article (12) of the Parliament Law and its Formations No. (12) for the year 2013 and Article (58) of the Parliament’s internal system.

The Presidency of the Council of Representatives decided that the questioning of the Governor of the Central Bank, Mr. Mustafa Ghaleb Mkhaif, will take place on Wednesday 9/1/2021.  We enclose the facts covered by the aforementioned interrogation request.   LINK

Samson:  At the end of this year, debt ratios will be more than 100 trillion

22nd January, 2021

The risks of a rise in the dollar against the dinar still looms large, as experts in economic affairs explained that at the end of this year, the debt ratios owed by the country will be more than a hundred trillion dinars.

The continued aggravation of the economic crisis, which was made more by the decision to reduce the value of the Iraqi dinar against the dollar, in addition to the decline in global oil prices, and in the end the volume of the country’s public debt has increased, which means shackling the national economy, according to experts in economic affairs, who favored the arrival of the internal debt Only to 100 trillion dinars at the end of this year, in addition to the external debt, which so far amounts to 27 billion dollars. set of solutions put forward by economists to get a country out of this economic crisis … I summarized the private sector to support it, and also limit the import of goods from abroad, raise the value of taxes on them, and control border crossings that still suffer from smuggling.

And recently, the government called on citizens to deposit their own money, which is estimated at 62 trillion dinars, in government banks, but this matter is the most expedient for observers to respond to, because of the loss of confidence between the two parties.  LINK