Tuesday, December 1, 2020
  • Date : Mon Nov 20, 2017
Submission the Bill of Amendment to the Anti-Money Laundering Act to the Parliament
in order to meet domestic needs and compliance with international standards as well as considering the necessity of reviewing the law of anti-money laundering and eliminating some relevant barriers including lack of proportionate punishment to the crime,  lack of dissuasiveness  and  effectiveness of the punishment, impossibility of prosecuting money laundering as a stand-alone offence, lack of appropriate procedures for the confiscation of assets and other items, the bill of "amendments to the anti-money laundering act", was proposed by the ministry of economic affairs and finance and was approved by the cabinet at the session on 08/11/2017. now, it is presented to the parliament to take its relevant legislative procedures. 
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