nnounced that the Economic Committee in the Karbala Provincial Council, on Thursday, it instructed all banks in the city, the need to cooperate with the citizens in the process of currency exchange damaged,
and indicated that the duties of these banks, as institutions related to the Ministry of Finance, working to solve the problems of citizens with banknotes damaged .
The Committee's Chairman Tariq Kikhany "that" the Commission directed all bank branches in the province, need to replace the denomination of paper damaged in the possession of citizens
, "noting that" the question of rupture and damage to the paper currency is a problem for the citizens, especially in the light, many of the vendors and car owners for to deal with, albeit slightly torn. "
Complain that the citizens of Karbala, the owners refused to taxis and shops to deal leaves the paper currency, which lost a fraction, or glued with adhesive tape transparent covering up torn, some of whom accuse the government banks and non-governmental non-receipt of currency affected.
The Economic Committee chairman, that "the banks of the city's cooperation with the recommendations of the committee on the facilitation of receipt of the currency damaged by the citizens, and replace the currency of a similar sound," noting that "the citizen does not have another way to replace currency damaged, the banks must do their part in this regard, as long as linked to the Ministry of Finance, for the issuance of currency
He stressed Kikhany that "the currency that are defective and purports to citizens replace non-fraudulent and non-affected largely because banks would not receive her," calling at the same time the citizens to "look to the currency as a means of exchange, and not refuse to deal with some categories, the proportion of damage which simple and ordinary, "he says.
The Iraqi currency current were released in the period from 15 October 2003 to January 15, 2004 and printed in the Press Delaro in Britain and the categories that range between, 250, 1000, 5000.10000 to 25000 dinars carrying the symbols of civilization and the history of Iraq, after having been currency with pictures of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
The value of the Iraqi dinar when it was put into circulation, before the year 2003 is equal to 4000 dinars per U.S. dollar, but stabilized during the last three years at 1170 dinars per U.S. dollar.