Release of 16 Female Employee of the Central Bank on Charges of Currency Auction Sale
|November 26, 2012||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
BAGHDAD / OruzI learned Agency (UR) of informed political sources that the judiciary decided to release 16 female out of 20 have been detained on suspicion Btorthen corruption regard ERA selling the currency in the Central Bank of Iraq last month.
The sources said that he “was released 16 female out of 20 had been arrested last month on the basis of information it turned out they were not accurate.” The sources added that the “four employees to Azln under arrest is scheduled release also for lack of evidence that prove Torthen corruption auction currency,” adding that “the curious thing about the subject that the arrest of employees was made without conducting any preliminary investigation the subject.”
He continued that “the families of these employees need to clarify those decided arrested after nearly a month of being arrested, and released for lack of evidence.” The security force last month arrested 20 employee of the Central Bank of Iraq on charges Torthen corruption currency auction sale, which also accused senior officials of the bank as mayor, his deputy and a number of managers.
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