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Dinar Updates Monday PM Chat 11-14-16 Part 1 of 3
rcookie says():Republic News reveals the 20 banking owned by Haitham al - Jubouri
Mon, 14 Nov 2016 17:17:38 # Algmehorah_uz It informed the agency of the Republic News from reliable sources on financial corruption run by the Attorney Haitham al-Jubouri, and through the use of his political influence to steal public money in ways to circumvent the law.
Through witnesses and sources, and some of the documents which confirmed that the MP Haitham al-Jubouri manages large Maver to steal public money from the central bank by 20 banking owned al-Jubouri, where he distributed those Chierfat four banks namely Investment Bank and the Bank of Babylon and the Bank of the Middle East and the Bank of Union, this process is managed by his partner called Ibrahim Baghdadi.
The sources explained that these Chierfat have lots of the dollar, which the central bank sells and estimated earnings billion dinars a day.
The sources confirmed that al-Jubouri's house turned into a meeting place for managers of banks with Ibrahim al-Baghdadi, competent and his gang of money laundering.
The MP Haitham al-Jubouri, has admitted in his book that interactive throughput of some of the media, which appeared as healthy as he addressed Amina Baghdad b (HE secretary) to generate clear to her emotions, which mediates to grant a piece of land to one of the investors.
rcookie says():YOU KNOW......PEOPLE IN GLASS HOUSES AND ALL...
sheila3 says to rcookie():thank you for the news :)
rcookie says to sheila3():HI SHEILA!!...YVW
sheila3 says to rcookie():good afternoon :)
_firefly_ says to rcookie():Glass houses tend to have cracks in them ...... (y)
rcookie says():Kurdish MPs are demanding the application of oil Erbil agreement with Baghdad
MPs in the Kurdistan region called on the Government to abide by the agreement signed with the federal government in the export of oil, and delivered consistent amount on them.
And carrying member of parliament for the Islamic group Soran mass Omar told the "Radio Sawa" The government of the province responsible for cutting funding for the federal government to the region, saying, "If the KRG does not pay dues to the people and the cause of the budget and staff salaries cut, The Region is responsible for the injustices the people. "
He added that "failed policy" of the territory was the cause of Baghdad to cut the budget of Kurdistan.
He called the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Bloc member Mahmoud Salar Government of the Territory to sell oil through Baghdad, calling on the people to put pressure on political parties "to arrange the Kurdish house and prepare a political and economic project with Baghdad."
After years-long dispute reached the governments of Baghdad and Erbil in late August / August to agree on how to share oil and budgetary allocations.
It is noteworthy that the Kurdistan region suffered two years of severe economic crisis led to the suspension of projects and cut employees' salaries since.
More details in the report of the correspondent of "Radio Sawa" in Erbil Fadel associated:
loop says():The government of the province responsible for cutting funding for the federal government to the region ---
loop says():"failed policy" of the territory was the cause of Baghdad to cut the budget of Kurdistan.
rcookie says():NO........ITS THE FAILED POLICY OF KURDS TO DELIVER REQUISITE OIL TO BAGHDAD TO REALIZE THEIR FULL 17% SHARE AS OUTLINES IN BUDGET.........
rcookie says to loop():(y)
rcookie says to loop():AND HERE IT IS.......
loop says():Looks like the Kurdish MP's are saying if we want to get paid our 17% of the budget, we need to honor the agreement.
rcookie says to loop():AGREED......
loop says to rcookie():Great find.
rcookie says to loop():The share of the Kurdistan Region and the provinces not organized in a region will be reassessed in the general Federal Budget for the year 2016 and beyond in light of the results of the census for the
rcookie says to loop():year 2016, in the light of which the actual amount of the share ofthe region, or provinces not part of a region shall be determinedin the Federal Budget for the year 2017 and the difference shall be presented to the Federal Cabinet for calculation.
rcookie says to loop():If any party (the Federal Government, the Kurdistan Regional Government) fail to fulfill their oil or financial obligations agreed to in this budget, the other party shall not be bound to fulfilling their oil or financial obligations....
rcookie says():ACTUALLY QUITE SIMPLE...
rcookie says():THE CEYHAN PIPELINE WAS SHUT DOWN FOR ALMOST 6 AND A HALF MONTHS.........NO OILY...NO COINY...
rcookie says():AND THE US HAS BEEN PAYING PESHMERGA $400+ MILLION A MONTH FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR...
rcookie says():AND MAYBE IF MORE THAN HALF OF THE OIL CONTRACT $ WERENT SITTING IN ESCROW ACCOUNTS IN BANKS BARZANI OWNS.....
rcookie says():CANT MAKE THIS STUFF UP........
loop says():Iraq Stock Exchange Electronic Trading System sign agreement via the Internet
economy Since 11/14/2016 20:36 pm (Baghdad time)
BAGHDAD - balances News Iraq Stock Exchange, signed Monday, the electronic trading system agreement via the Internet trading after investors with a Jordanian company specialized in trading systems management.
He said the market in a statement, received / balances News / copy of it, "Iraq Stock Exchange signed an agreement with a Jordanian company to a system of electronic trading via the Internet remotely."
The statement added, "The agreement included a license to use the trading system via the Internet for five brokerage firms active as a first stage," explaining that "the implementation of the project plan,
including the creation of the electronic system and the development of tasks and services that will allow the investor trading on the shareholding companies, bonds and any listed securities in the market through this system via the Internet, like any investor, trading in the market hall and organize all financial settlements and equity in accordance with procedures and instructions of the prevailing market. "
He noted that "managers Commissioners for brokerage firms have received special training for management will be followed by another training for authorized and opened the door to train investors by brokerage firms and the Association of mediators money leaves to spread the culture of investment and expand its base by trading stocks and bonds from anywhere in the world."
He said the market according to the statement that "it is hoped the project officially launch during the first quarter of 2017 after completion of the binding mechanisms with the Iraq Stock Exchange systems and build the required access sites" .anthy 29/33 h
rcookie says():IF BARZANI'S WIFE NAME WAS LOVEY HE WOULD BE MR HOWELL ON GILLIGANS ISLAND....
loop says():Here is another article about the deal that the ISX made to bring Online trading to the Iraqi markets.
Alembic86 says():Just saw this on Yahoo! News:
Alembic86 says():MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) - The only shop to open so far after the army fought its way into the Intisar district of eastern Mosul is Ali Bashar's barbershop. Inside, men were lining up to shave off the long beards they had been forced to wear under Islamic State.
A few blocks away, four bodies of Islamic State fighters lay on the road, covered with blankets and swarming with flies. A police officer said they had been rotting there for 10 days, waiting for the army to remove the corpses.
Life has not yet returned to anything like normal in one of the first slivers of Islamic State's last bastion in Iraq to be recaptured by the army.
But residents moved freely through streets dotted with white flags of surrender, which they had raised to protect their homes as the army advanced. A young boy fetched cooking gas for his father. Children skipped around a dirt berm, not flinching at the sound of gunshots and blasts.
The battle to drive Islamic State out of Mosul, a city many times larger than any other the jihadists have ever held, is the biggest military operation in Iraq since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion.
A 100,000-strong alliance of Iraqi forces, backed by U.S.-led coalition airstrikes, has almost surrounded Mosul. So far the jihadists' defenses have been breached only in the east of the city.
Elite counter-terrorism forces have retaken several districts just north of Intisar, but military officers say a heavy presence of civilians in built-up areas is slowing their troops' advance.
Tan army humvees were parked outside the barber shop, which had reopened over the weekend. Residents and a few soldiers packed into the narrow storefront on Monday. It was not clear how many were waiting for a trim and how many taking cover from the occasional gunfire outside.
But the buzzing of electric trimmers and chirping of scissors spoke volumes, in a city where the ultra-hardline jihadists had ordered mandatory long beards as one demonstration of their control over all aspects of life in the two and a half years since they proclaimed their caliphate from a Mosul mosque.
Black wisps of hair dotted the tiled floor. Beards were trimmed down to stubble or sliced off cleanly with straight razors.
"When they first came, they forbade cutting beards, then they prohibited using razors or thread, and then it was beard styling. Each day they would prohibit something new," said Bashar, the barber, describing life under Islamic State.
He exhibited a flyer which the jihadists had distributed outlining those restrictions in detail. He said he had stopped working after Islamic State's morality police detained him briefly for shaving a design into a patron's beard, a popular style in much of Iraq.
Eleven days after the military announced that its forces had entered the Intisar district, a colonel said on Monday the army had finally secured control of the entire area and advanced towards nearby Salaam neighborhood.
It was difficult to confirm the extent of army control during a Reuters visit to the area. Another officer told Reuters mortars continued to land there, and snipers were still within firing range.
Apart from the barbershop, nothing else is open. Shops have so far been unable to stock their shelves, so civilians rely on daily distributions of foodstuffs from the military. Some residents said aid had yet to reach them.
"There are no doctors here. If someone is shot, he will die in his house," said Saad, a 22-year-old student. As he spoke, a large explosion from deeper inside Mosul shook the ground.
Moments later, a Humvee carrying a wounded soldier from the frontline dashed to a first-aid station at the edge of the city.
Back at the barber shop, a resident scooped up two empty wooden ammunition boxes discarded by the army. They would make good tinder for his cooking fire, he said.
The man, who declined to be named, had pulled his children out of school under Islamic State. There were few jobs in the group's self-styled caliphate, he said. "If you wanted to work, you had to join them."
Doug_W says():how SAD
Doug_W says():ty 86
clay says to Alembic86():thanks buddy