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Dinar Updates Monday AM Chat 3-07-16 Part 2 of 3
rcookie says():Representatives of the seven industrialized nations meet in Erbil
By Roudao 6 hours ago 03/07.2016 Roudao - Erbil
Will be President of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani and Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani of the Kurdistan Region, shortly after meeting with representatives of the Group of Seven industrialized nations, known as the (G7) separately, to discuss the financial crisis and the issue of reform.
And received President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, on Monday 03/07/2016, the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the Head of Delegation of the European Union, and World Bank President ambassadors in Iraq.
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rcookie says():According to the Declaration of the United Nations representatives in Iraq - UNAMI, will be discussed during the meeting, the financial and economic crisis, and the issue of reform in the Kurdistan Regional Government with representatives of the Group of Seven industrialized nations.
According Roudao network media information, will discuss internal political problems in the Kurdistan Region, in a second axis of the discussions, will also discuss the security situation in the Kurdistan Region and the triumphs and advances to organize Daash.
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rcookie says():KURDS MEETING WITH G7 TO DISCUSS FINANCIAL CRISIS AND REFORM.............WOW!!
jtank says():thats a very positive meeting--hmm
rcookie says():IRAN MINISTER OF ECONOMIC AFFAIRS STATES THAT IRAN WILL REESTABLISH 2MBPD PRODUCTION LEVELS SOON.....
rcookie says():03/07/2016 12:27 Iran: We will produce two million barrels per day
rcookie says():BAGHDAD / obelisk: quoted Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance of Iran, on Monday, saying that his country's sales of crude oil will reach 2 million barrels per day 'soon', while Iran had increased its production of oil after the lifting of international sanctions that were imposed by last January.
The news agency (Shana) Iranian news minister Ali Tayyip Nia saying 'after taking the appropriate steps after Iran's return to the oil market, it is expected that Iran's oil sales back to the level of two million barrels per day soon.'
larrykn says():wow are things moving fast :)
rcookie says():HERE IS SOME AMAZING PERSPECTIVE......
rcookie says():REMEMBER SAUDIS TAPPED ALMOST $100 BILLION FROM RESERVES LAST YEAR.....
rcookie says():SAUDI ARABIA IS WAITING DEFICIT "HUGE" IN ITS GENERAL BUDGET
Ibn5 March 7, 2016 News , Economic , Titles 0 BAGHDAD / IBN Revealed economist Nasser Yousef, said that the trend Arabia external borrowing, which was announced days ago at $ 10 billion, it is not only evidence of the vulnerability to severe acute decline in world oil prices, and increased pressure on public finances, in the wake of the collapse of world oil prices.
Yousuf said, in a press statement, "Monday, that" went Kingdom external borrowing, the result predicted to achieve a huge deficit in the current year's budget, where you expect a deficit of 326.2 billion Saudi riyals, the equivalent of $ 87 billion, and the deficit requires action to be covered. "
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rcookie says():He explained that "among those procedures external borrowing or issuing bonds in the international markets, The kingdom can not only on the foreign exchange reserves accreditation to cover the deficit, especially as they pulled him large sums of money over the past year in 2015, to finance military operations in a number of Arab countries.
He pointed out that "foreign exchange to Saudi Arabia reserves scored at the end of last January, 654.5 billion riyals, according to data from the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, and resorted Arabia to withdraw about 200 billion riyals from the reserve over the past year, in order to continue the massive development projects government spending, in conjunction with the decline oil prices, pointing out that Saudi Arabia does not want to withdraw more from its reserves, so as not to affect its credit rating.
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rcookie says):The assistance to the Lebanese government stopped, they saw that the kingdom always show that the reason for a politician, but the fact that a large rip from an economic reason,
The situation has forced Saudi Arabia to reconsider its grants and aid to many countries, it is expected that the UK remains only on aid check interest and cancellation of aid, which sees futility, especially that Lebanon did not participate in the war in Yemen.
Yusuf stressed that "Saudi Arabia is very attractive to lenders, is expected to meet the request of the loan by the international institutions." http://translate.google.com/translat....faceiraq.com/
dennis2 says():Obviously that Evelynn Woods speed reading course didn't help much
rcookie says():WHERE DID HUTCH GO...
rcookie says():UN G7 IN TALKING WITH KURDS IS VERY INTERESTING....
rcookie says():KURDS EXPORTS IN FEBRUARY AT 50%....
larrykn says():nice GOOD MORNING!
rcookie says to Hutch():DUPLINATOR......
rcookie says to Hutch():MALIKI CASHIN IN?......
Hutch says to rcookie():PART NEWSHOUND, PART COPIER, PART DINARIAN !
larrykn says):I was going to take over chat but glad to see ya here
tman23 says():Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi planned reshuffle in his Government, and called for the formation of a Government of technocrats, away from quotas, but Prime Minister Abadi did not obtain authorization from the Parliment when they hosted him on February 20.
Abbadi has two choices, either to recognize the reality and the impossibility of forming a Government of technocrats ........OR adopt decisions that it deems appropriate with a resolution to exempt Parliament Presidents and Ministers and merging of ministries....
if Abadi is serious about this issue, then make a final decision quickly, and referred it to the House, then the people will see who is in default"....... (( STRANGE SITUATION..... Choosing technocrat's to serve is putting the cart before the horse since Parliment has not approved the reshuffle...... One has to assume they have the votes in Parliment to proceed...they wouldn't do things backwards...LOL !! Or would they ?
Hutch says to rcookie():NOT SURE IF HES CASHING IN OR PLAYING A GAME. oR.... TAKING HIS BALL AND BAT AND GOING HOME !
rcookie says():Defense Ministry pending the audit of the State Consultative Council to the law of compulsory service Mon, 07 Mar 2016 09:58:28
Observer news / Baghdad Defense Ministry confirmed, it's waiting for the recommendations of the State Council on the observations and addenda to the draft law of compulsory service.
The media director of the Directorate of Moral Guidance at the Ministry Brigadier Pilot improve Ibrahim al-Khafaji, on Monday, that "the Defense Council sent military service law to the Council of State after the discussion and the formation of its special committee, headed by Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, for the purpose of adding or raise its own observations."
Khafaji said that "the Commission has completed all law studies, and was sent to the State Council to be submitted to the Cabinet and approval, and then to the House of Representatives to be voted on and enacted."
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rcookie says():The Ministry of Defence has announced the twenty-fifth of February, for, Defense Council approval, the draft law of compulsory service, before they are submitted to the State Council for examination.
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tman23 says():Employers ' Association warned the brickworks, Sunday, that they face "a million fate unknown" after entering the plants owners ' strike entered its third day, and accused the Government of imposing the policy of "fait accompli", demanded lower prices for oil black and rental.
He said the ASEAN Coordinator Salah al-uqaili, in an interview, that "block coefficient in all provinces engaged in a hunger strike since March 3rd, after that our inability to deliver to stakeholders", stating that "the owners dismissed all employees up to 1 million population".
He said Al-uqaili, "these workers now face an unknown fate with no solutions in sight on our crisis," Noting that "the owners of the plants had large losses after the amounts collected by the us Government to 60 million annually.
CanTWaitwoRV says():multiple conclusions can be drawn from that article showing the UN stepping in on the final steps on that amnesty law...the same one's that were involved with Iraq getting out of sanctions and now needing the restrictions to be removed off the dinar
rcookie says():Parliament transmits 991 a corruption case to the public prosecutor and integrity
03/07/2016 13:54 Number of Vi BAGHDAD / tomorrow Press:
A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Commission, Mohammad Hamidi fact, on Monday, for the 991 committee referred the dossier to the public prosecutor and the Integrity Commission, noting that there are 91 files of large files that included all state institutions, notably schools ready file.
Said Hamidi, for "tomorrow's Press," "The Integrity Commission has referred 991 files to the prosecutor general and the Integrity Commission, there are 91 files of large files, which include all ministries and institutions," adding that "the most prominent existing files you work on integrity is ready schools." .
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rcookie says():He said Hamidi, said that "there is a great waste of public money in the ready-school file, because the completion rate reached in some schools 3%, in spite of receiving 60% of their funds by the public sector companies affiliated to the state," explaining that "the contracts signed in the era of the minister former Education Mohammad Tamim. "
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tman23 says():Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, we should not fear the corrupt, let us start with the top header corruption in the State, whatever his position or his party.
da58 says to CanTWaitwoRV():sure does look like they are stepping in for the final steps! great art, thx
CanTWaitwoRV says to clay():on my "Sadr 24 Days" implement All Reforms countdown
clay says to CanTWaitwoRV():lets hope this is really it
CanTWaitwoRV says to clay():it comes with consequences this time around imo if not imo (y)
mimi3 says to clay():I am with you on that! Morning to all!:)
CanTWaitwoRV says to clay():best scenario I've ever seen since I've been in this
clay says to CanTWaitwoRV():oh buddy I sure hope so
da58 says to CanTWaitwoRV():yep - comes with BIG consequences.. ones they cant afford to have..
rcookie says():Abadi: There are big heads of corruption must be behind bars
History of edits:: 2016/3/7 17:47 • 118 visits readable
Wayne - Baghdad] The prime minister Haidar al-Abbadi said corruption and the capital base is necessary to eliminate him and his leaders, and there are big heads behind bars for corruption.
He stressed Abadi during his meeting with a number of judges of integrity, according to a statement his office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, "the importance of opening the files of corruption by judges of integrity in spite of the great pressure they face, calling for the resolution of the files opened quickly."
He noted that "corruption and the capital base is necessary to eliminate corruption and its leaders, and the importance of cooperation between the executive, judicial and legislative authorities to eradicate corruption."
He stressed that "it is important that there will be big heads of corruption behind bars, stressing the importance of that did not
rcookie says():get to the corruption of the regulatory agencies, and hit a strong hand on corruption."
He continued Abadi, that "some people want that breaks down everything to restore law of the jungle," he said, adding, "we will succeed in our mission, and we will work according to the law and we must focus on the law and law enforcement without fear of one."
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