Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Central Bank Governor from Afghanistan flees to U.S.

Kabul has accused the governor of Central Bank of Afghanistan have fled to the United States, rejecting the version of the official who says he quit because his life is in danger. "It's an escape, not a resignation ... the formal procedures have not been respected. Is no longer the governor is a governor on the run," said presidential spokesman, Waheed Omer.

The State Department of USA, confirmed that the governor, Abdul Qadir Fitrat, was in Washington. The bank led by Fitrat was about to sink in September 2010, and later the authorities found out that several of its shareholders took advantage of fraudulent credit accounts to divert $ 850 million and build properties in Dubai.

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