Post From Peoples Dinar By DARE TO DREAM
Not saying we should look beyond the importance of the election and the seating of the government. They have been feeding us all kinds of numbers since election day. I know nothing about international politics much less Iraqi politics.
However, I feel pretty confident we have a group of crooked politicians behind the scenes (several very wealthy) negotiating and deals being made that can probably change dramatically from one hour to the next.
Favors from the past being called in, huge sums of money being thrown here and there, etc. In my personal opinion only, look back to the provincial elections. Those results didn't just happen as some kind of surprise. If anyone was surprised it was BobbleHead.
Dare To Dream Continues: I feel fairly confident a plan was put in place well before then to insure Maliki is stripped of his power and the people of Iraq will never again be ruled by an iron fist. Iraq has been making the necessary preparations to move them to a democracy and ultimately to a free market economy.
BobbleHead is one goon. In the grand scheme of things, will it really matter if he remains as PM. Yes, it does matter to me. I despise this fruitcake. Even if by some miracle he should survive. His power will be stripped.
He will have nothing to say about anything. To be honest, I don't understand why they need a position of Prime Minister. Once the Federation Council is seated. What will the PM do? What are his duties?
He basically will have no power. The FC is the authoritative arm of the government. They have final say in all matters.
The Prime Minister would just be taking up office space. He could not make any decisions without the FC's approval.
I guess that's politics. Common sense doesn't come into play in politics. BobbleHead from all indications is headed down the road of his predecessors both dead and those still living. Saddam, Gaddafi, Hitler, etc or living a life of hell on the other side. Noriega, Castro, etc or living a life of ** in isolation on this side.
BobbleHeads future will be a life of **whether he is dead or alive. What good is life if you live surrounded by an entourage of 250 armed guards. You cannot go anywhere, you cannot visit your children and or grandchildren.
BobbleHead, should he survive, will live a life of isolation inside of bubble. Always looking over his soldier for a snipers bullet, an incoming missile or some bounty hunter ready to slap the cuffs on him. What goes around comes around. Bobble Head will receive what he deserves. I have no control over it.
Focus on the economy and all the positive things that are happening. The articles, this morning on Article 140 are huge. Especially, it's implications towards the HCL. It appears the disputes between Kurdistan and the central government have been resolved. Turking is ready to resume oil sales with the money being deposited in Hall bank.
Assessor article this morning regarding Barzani headed to London. Barzani doesn't seem to be freaked out about the seating government does he. He is out conducting and arranging business. The articles have made it very clear that many preparations have and are being made for Iraq to move to a free market economy.
Turki appears to be following the IMF's instructions and moving towards IMF Article VIII compliancy. It is far more important to our investment that Iraq becomes Article VIII compliant, tariffs activated, investment laws implemented and activated. Than worrying about some BobbleHead cartoon character.
He will be doing all the worrying that needs to be done. Seeing the The World Bank opening a new service center in Baghdad to support the private sector. Banks are electronically linked and heavily capitalized.
The new notes being released with the new security features. There are simply too many positive things going on in Iraq economically for us to be sitting around worrying about the dog and pony show that is Iraqi politics.
Business and economic development is it what will drive progress in Iraq. It is also what will add value to the dinar we hold. Iraq's economy has continued to grow despite BobbleHeads foolishness.
These are very exciting times for the Iraqi people and all of us who are invested. The Iraqi people are waiting in anticipation as we are. A huge amount of progress has been made in Iraq this past year.
Hakim and his supporters have stepped to the forefront this past year. Hakim was able to pull everyone together to sign the Honor Document. What do I care if BobbleHead signed it or not. It's obvious he no longer calls the shots in Iraq.
Hakim and others have a well defined plan in place to strip BobbleHead of his power. The Provincial elections and BobbleHeads party taking a beating, along with the passing of Provincial Law 21 is proof that the plan is working.
No way would BobbleHead have allowed this to happen if he had the power to stop it. He couldn't do it. He tried to start a civil war in Iraq. He tried to declare Marshall Law. Any number of things to delay the election.
He couldn't do it. He couldn't even have his own army find a few thousand starving citizens to stand up at one of his elections speeches and clap. I am sure one could have made several thousand dollars that day just by attending and clapping at the end of Maliki's speech. He couldn't even deliver his speech.
BobbleHead even tried on several occasions to have the budget passed. Parliament laughed at him. We are not going to pass this ridiculous budget you have proposed. Change one paragraph to read as it is defined in the constitution and we will pass it.
Turki has said he has a very clear and well defined economic plan ready to go when the conditions were right. He even went so far as to he would implement the project to raise the zeros without hesitation when the right political figures were in place. In one statement he said he expected to do so anytime within the next 8 months.
In another statement he clearly said the middle of the year. He is basically telling the Iraqi people, all who are invested and the rest of the world. The CBI is ready to go to now. Is the government ready?
Are you ready to seat me a government, a real government with power sharing? Are you ready to pass the budget and a few laws?
Here and now is an opportunity for the new government of Iraq to hit the ground running. Hakim, Sadr, Allawi and the Kurds appear to have circled their wagons. I believe they have a plan in place and will take a stand against Maliki.
BobbleHead is a wimp. He cannot overcome these people. He is out of his league. The seating of this government takes a sequence events. We are watching these events take place. They had the election.
They are finishing up counting the votes. Then there will be accusations of fraud, etc. Legal appeals etc. A sequence of events we must allow to play out. In the mean time BobbleHead seems to think he must keep us entertained with his circus.
The people and the blocks have made it clear. There will be power sharing with or without Maliki. Once we watch the dog and pony show finish up their circus. The government will be seated. Many, many things have already been put in place. All we need now is for these last few pieces of the puzzle to be put in place.
They must align perfectly. You cannot cheat and force them into place. If you do, you will only prolong the process. If they slip right into place we will be home free. All we can do is sit back and watch.
If the right government officials are put in place correctly. I think we could be surprised how fast these remaining pieces will slip into place. If not, we will set back and watch them move the pieces around until they are able to slip them into place. The pressure is on. The entire world is watching. Seat the new government.
I think we will see both the the government and the CBI are ready to wrap this deal up. Turki and the CBI are obviously ready. He will do his part without hesitation. The pressure is on the government not the CBI. Parliament has proven they no longer fear BobbleHead. I think they are ready to do what is right for the people and the country per the constitution. JMO. I could be wrong. ~ D2D
National Alliance wins 169 seats, 93 and 76 of the law and the citizens are free to
12:28 18 2014
Treasures Media _ BaghdadAccept a leading figure in the Islamic Supreme Council, Adel Abdul Mahdi, Sunday, four options will face the National Alliance, at some point after the announcement of the election results, pointing out that the coalition managed to drive current has 169 seats divided by 92-93 for "rule of law", and 76-77 to Coalition National, which includes the Liberal blocs and the citizen.
Wrote Abdul-Mahdi, in an article published in the justice and followed by the agency, "Treasures Media" that "the first option Atthml in" to meet the coalition forces in all limbs and agree on a candidate for prime minister, and this process is quick and decisive allow the agreement seriously with others,
to establish a national partnership and a strong government and harmonious , "pointing out that" the current coalition Bakoah will have 169 seats, with the exception of the will join him later.
"The second option is "The coalition forces do not agree on a candidate .. Vtaatmsk most powerful state law (92-93 seats), the third state and rejects most of the forces of the National Coalition (76-77) it. Van did not give up the first offering an alternative candidate .. The second change its position, we will face serious difficulties.
Abdul-Mahdi: National will face difficulties in the selection of the Prime Minister
Sunday, 18 May 2014 17:04 BAGHDAD / Future News
Said former Vice-President, the leader of the Islamic Supreme Council, Adel Abdul Mahdi, said that "great difficulties may be faced by the National Alliance in the selection of the Prime Minister the next, in the event of stuck to each side of it to his position," asserting the existence of parliamentary seats for the political blocs are difficult to overcome in the next phase .
Said Abdul-Mahdi in their profile on the social networking site (Facebook), said: "to meet the coalition forces all the edges and agree on a candidate for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, and this process is quick and decisive allow the agreement seriously with others, to establish a national partnership and a strong government and harmonious, P (Alliance ) Bakoah current will have 169 seats, with the exception of the will join him later. "
He added, that the "coalition forces do not agree on a candidate, Vtaatmsk most powerful state law (92-93 seats), the third state, and rejects most of the forces of the National Coalition (76-77), it did not waive the first and offers an alternative candidate and the second change its position, we will face great difficulties. "
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News" unique to the pre-publication of the final results of the parliamentary elections of Iraq
18-05-2014 03:36 PM
Baghdad (news) .. An official source at the Electoral Commission, on the progress of state law, the results of the parliamentary elections that took place on the thirtieth of April, by obtaining 92 seats in the whole of Iraq. said the source (of the Agency news):
The election results proved Win a coalition of state law by obtaining (92) seats in all provinces, and by (30) seat in Baghdad,
(12) in Basra,
(8) in Dhi Qar,
(7) in Babylon,
(7) in Karbala,
(6) In Najaf,
(6) in Wasit,
(5) in Diwaniyah,
(4) in two,
(4) in Maysan, and finally
(3) in Diyala.
added: that the mass citizen got 29 seats across the country, and by
(5) seats in Baghdad,
(1) in Diyala,
(6) in Basra,
(3) in Babylon,
(2) in Najaf,
(2) in Muthanna,
(1) in Diwaniyah,
(4) in Dhi Qar,
(1) In Karbala,
(2) in Maysan, and
(2) in Wasit.
continued: either block the Sadrist movement has got 28 seats in the elections, and by
(6) seats in Baghdad,
(1) in Diyala,
( 3) in Basra,
(3) in Babylon,
(2) in Najaf,
(1) in Muthanna,
(2) in Diwaniyah,
(2) in Dhi Qar,
(2) in Karbala,
(3) in Maysan, and finally
( 3) in Wasit.
source noted: to get a coalition united to reform the (22) seats, and by
(4) seats in Baghdad, and
(12) in Nineveh,
(3) in Anbar,
(3) in Salah al-Din. ,
who added that a coalition of Arab got 8 seats, by one seat in Baghdad, and others like it in Anbar, and three seats in each of Nineveh and Salahuddin. announced Source: all for a coalition of Iraq
(5) seats, and by
(2) in Baghdad and one seat in all of Nineveh, Anbar and Salahuddin. source confirmed: for an alliance of the National Reform, headed by Ibrahim al-Jaafari to (6) seats, and by two seats in Basra, and one seat in each of Baghdad, Babil, Dhi Qar, Maysan. , and continued:
The alliance of Nineveh National won (3 ) seats in Nineveh, and got an alliance to fulfill the Inbar on (3) seats in the province, while his alliance unit sons of Iraq's two seats in the province, and the coalition of the salvation of one seat in the province. , and added that the correction National got one seat in Anbar, as well as for the coalition of Virtue and the elites Independent (5) seats, and by one seat in each of Baghdad, Diwaniyah and Dhi Qar, Karbala and Basra. noted: to get the pool of national partnership two seats in Baghdad, and for the coalition Civic Democrats three seats in Baghdad, and for stream gasp three seats in Baghdad, and finally get the true mass of one seat in Baghdad. LINK
Electoral Commission reveal significant changes in the number of potential seats entities
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Revealed the Electoral Commission for elections for a possible major changes in the number of seats coalitions and political entities to participate in the elections of the House of Representatives
A member of the Board of Commissioners Kolshan Kamal "is likely to change the scales of entities participate in the elections in terms of the number of seats in the House of Representatives next they are not fixed because of complaints that we receive by the evidence and can not be overcome."
She added that "what is declared by some entities on the number of seats is incorrect or has changed, including the State of Law coalition or united or national coalition or a coalition of the Liberals and the other and there are no changes will occur either in the increase or decrease."
Kamal and suggested "the distribution of the initial results today to representatives of political entities and coalitions, it is also likely to announce Anhaaleom if we finished the resolution of complaints."