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Ahmad Tavakkoli:

Judiciary should respond more affectively to corruptions

Service : Politic
Tehran, Dec 27 (ICANA) – Senior member of Iran's Majlis Ahmad Tavakkoli says Judiciary should respond more affectively to the economic corruptions, otherwise “we’ll encounter a catastrophe.”
Wednesday, December 28, 2011 2:16:38 PM
Judiciary should respond more affectively to corruptions

In a meeting held late on Monday at Imam Sadegh University to investigate the recent financial violations, Tavakkoli also said central bank deputy governor Hamid Pourmohammadi had said that banks’ CEOs met presidential office chairman Esfandiar Rahim-Mashaii regularly every 15 days.

 “Why were these meetings held?” asked Ahmad Tavakkoli, director of the Majlis Research Center.

Tavakkoli went on to say that the 2.6 billion dollar financial corruption constitutes examples of “fraud and forgery”.

Elsewhere in his remarks, he criticized President Ahmadinejad for appointing his son-in-law as the Standard Organization chief.

“Mahdi Khorshidi has been appointed as the chief of Standard Organization, a post for which I believe he is not qualified,” Tavakkoli said.

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