Iraqi Currency … Where Printed And How Much Cost?

Abha channel / follow-up
disclosure of MP Naji Radis Saidi, Sunday, the place where the printing of the Iraqi currency, pointing out that it cost 4 cents per paper.

Saidi said in a statement that "the central bank had previously printed banknotes of the Iraqi currency in Switzerland, but changed the place of printing is currently printed at the British Institute in London and is supposed to be specifications prevent damage.

"The cost of printing one banknote is between 4 and 5 US cents, and then the currency is transferred to Iraq," he said.

The director of the issuance in the Central Bank Ihsan al-Yasiri said that the Central Bank of printing a thousand papers of the category of 25 thousand dinars in Arson international companies at a cost less than $ 60,

adding that the bank will not spend considerable liquidity to print the new monetary categories because they cost little.…%D9%84%D9%81-/

Negotiations to form a government .. "Asron" gets the post of governor of the Central Bank

BAGHDAD / A senior political
source said on Saturday that the post of governor of the Central Bank in the new government formation "resolved" a figure loyal to the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, indicating that the agreement on the post was after talks between the coalition "Ssron" and Fatah.

The source said, "the eye of Iraq News," that "the negotiations and recent talks between the coalition and other Fatah led to an agreement between the parties to resolve the post of governor of the Central Bank of Iraq in the new government formation in favor of a close to Muqtada al-Sadr."

The source, who asked not to be named, said that "Sawson won the post after pressure during his dialogues with the conquest."

Media sources had reported on Friday that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi had sacked the governor of the Central Bank of Iraq acting Ali al-Alaq, but local media outlets quoted a source close to the links of exile Naveh.

The issue of the inclusion of the Governor of the Central Bank by proxy Ali al-Alaq in the printed from the new aunt for a wide range within the political circles and specialists in this aspect as the Iraqi Council of Representatives held a session dedicated to discuss this matter.

The governor of the Central Bank of Iraq Ali Alaak said that the rains "damaged" about seven billion dinars (about six million dollars) within the Rafidain government.

Al-Alak said in an intervention during his attendance at the parliament session on Monday that the rainwater had entered the coffers of the bank and caused damage to the banknotes stored in those safes.

"In this case, Rafidain Bank requests the replacement of these securities by the Central Bank," he said, adding that the bank keeps documents to prove the validity of the issuance of currencies that have been damaged.

Al-Alaq said that the Central Bank, in accordance with its instructions and regulations, "replaces the currency when exposed to damage due to various accidents such as drowning, burning or anything else."

A bank source reveals the amount of fines imposed by the central bank on some banks

A bank source revealed on Friday that fines imposed by the central bank on some banks amount to 360 billion dinars within two years.

The source said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The size of fines imposed by the Central Bank on some banks amounted to 360 billion dinars (during the last two years) and the limit of 100 billion dinars as miscellaneous fines."

The source, who asked not to be named, that "a large part of those fines related to fraudulent customs statements and irregularities related to the work of banks and the mechanism of application controls,"

pointing out that "these banks have been transferred files (more than 600 cases and a case) to the judicial organs for decision With reference to the withdrawal of licenses of some companies and financial institutions for violating the laws of banking operations. "

"These fines and penalties may be an important reason for the attacks currently facing the monetary authority of some of those affected," the source said .…D9%84%D9%85/ar

For the first time .. Demonstrations in front of the central bank in central Baghdad

BAGHDAD – Hundreds of civilians demonstrated in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Friday, demanding the removal of the governor of the Central Bank Ali Alalak, after the damage of 7 billion Iraqi dinars were in the bank, because of "rainwater."

A security source in Baghdad that "the demonstrators raised slogans condemning the existence of relations in the post of governor of the Central Bank and chanted against him," noting that "other slogans included the demand of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to hold the accounts and submit to the judiciary."

For his part, the protester Ammar al-Baghdadi, "We turned our demonstration today from Tahrir Square to the Central Bank to pressure the government and the judiciary to hold accountable for the links and all those who caused damage to citizens’ funds."

"Our demonstrations will be renewed before the central bank unless there is accountability for those who waste money from Iraqis," he said.

The Supreme Judicial Council in Iraq announced on Thursday that it is investigating the sinking of 7 billion Iraqi dinars due to the torrential rains that entered the bank.

The governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ali Alalak, earlier that 7 billion Iraqi dinars (about 6 million dollars) was damaged by rainwater in 2013, which sparked political and popular anger in the country.