Advisor to Hadi urges to put sanction corrupt officials

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2021-01-06 | Since 1 Year

Hafiz Miyad

RIYADH (Debriefer)--Advisor to president Hafiz Miyad on Tuesday called for assigning a team of economists from the United Nations to evaluate the activities of the Central Bank of Yemen since it was relocated from Sanaa into Aden in late 2016.
Miyad was appointed as the governor of the bank and chairman of the supreme economic committee in 2018.
There is a corruption network profiteering from the current situation at the expense of the people's interests, he said.
He urged the chairman and members of the UN sanction committee on Yemen to face this corruption network strictly, put those involved in corruption on the sanction list and publish the outcomes of their evaluation to the public.


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