The newspaper wrote: “The investigations conducted by the Malian Public Prosecutor also showed Hamdan’s confession that he was informing the governor of all the details, so his first question, written in Hamdan’s investigation report, was:” You say that you were informing the Governor of the Bank of Lebanon of all the operations that you were carrying out, did you teach him to detail the operations, For example, when I sold the dollars to a Syrian person, did you inform the governor about this matter? ”Hamdan replied that he did not know that the person was a Syrian national. Here Judge Ibrahim asked him:“ You say in front of the investigation men that you informed the governor of the Bank of Lebanon about this matter, and now you say the opposite? ” Hamdan repeated his answer, saying: “I used to inform the ruler of the entire uncle Liat, the amounts and prices for buying and selling, and I did not inform him that one of the clients was Syrian. “
The newspaper said that Hamdan sold the dollar to money exchanges at 3,800 liras, i.e. at a high price, would inevitably lead the money changers to sell the dollar at a higher price, which would enhance the deterioration of the exchange rate of the lira against the dollar. To read the full article, click here.