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Dinar Updates Thursday PM Chat 7-7-16 Part 1 of 3
jtank says():I think all this unrest, bombing ,gov probs are all based from Iran
IcemanAKASnake says():Shabs is IN THE KNOW !!
graci says():GM. I was just reading the news I am a bit confused. A few months back it was said the Anmisty, investment laws,HCL were all ammended. Why are they having to redo them again just a few months later
angus says():graci I think they just have to be voted on..... but I could be wrong....
da58 says to graci():I believe there were additional recommendations made about 1.5 or 2 mths ago made in a getogether is Jordan (not sure of location... by IMF).. tweeking, to make it even more user friendly as I understood..
Amnesty has never been thru the successful second reading without objections to 'a paragraph', perhaps verbage.. and HCL hasn't been 'settled' once and for all - yet to my knowledge. I could be wrong here, but this is my understanding.
Baxter says():I am having reservations about Iraq making a 500 Million Dollar payment on the Paris Club Debt....
Romello says():Throwing Iraqi flags and leaflets indicate (victories) over Mosul
Thursday July 7, 2016 - 11:49 Declared war media cell, on Thursday, throwing Iraqi aircraft flags and "millions of publications that refer to the victories" over the center of the city of Mosul (405 km north of Baghdad).
According to a statement released by the cell in the (long-Presse) ,, that "the Iraqi air force planes dropped millions of paper publications and Iraqi flags on the center of the city of Mosul."
The statement added, "The publications include News victories of our armed forces in Fallujah and the northern Salahuddin and news refraction Daash gangs and terrorist Anhzamha."
The commander of the liberation of Fallujah operations Lt. Gen. Abdul-Wahab al-Saadi said in the (26 June 2016), the end of military operations in the city, (62 km) west of Baghdad, officially yet fully edited.
He announced the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the Friday (17 June 2016), editor of Fallujah officially, while stressing that it has returned to the bosom of the nation again and that there are some spots within them will be handled.
The organization (Daash) took over the city of Mosul, Nineveh province, (405 km north of Baghdad), in (the tenth of June 2014), before extending his terrorist activities for many other areas of Iraq and is committed where "many violations" promised local and global points of "crimes against humanity and genocide."
Read More : http://www.dinarupdates.com/showthread.php?36758-Throwing-Iraqi-flags-and-leaflets-indicate-(victories)-over-Mosul-Thursday-July-7
rcookie says():Araji accused of Religious references of "deteriorating" economic situation in Iraq
07-07016Follow - up / Sky Press:The head of the Investment Authority in the Prime Minister Sami al-Araji, said the deteriorating security situation is a result of the economic crisis experienced by the country and among the most important reasons for this deterioration of the interference of religion references Shiite and Sunni in the work of bodies.
He said in a press statement I followed "Sky Press" that "the deterioration of the security situation is a result of the economic crisis experienced by the country and among the most important reasons for this deterioration of the interference of religion references Shiite and Sunni in the work of bodies and banks directly and indirectly through intermediaries or employees nominated by reference to serve as the investment Authority, which represents an important backbone of the Iraqi economy. "
He said al-Araji, director of the Office of the "theologians and references intervention has repeatedly led to a decline in the work of a private body after the imposition of high-level staff positions Aimitlkon experience in their field This came in a meeting with a number of business executives and investors in Iraq."
It is worth mentioning that the head of the investment is the rank of minister and is linked to the prime minister is responsible to grant investment licenses and licenses directly, as well as enjoy a high body with a budget has been reduced due to wastage and Oivadat in Arab and European countries issues
larrykn says():Is Saddam Hussein's fortune in a warehouse in Moscow? Mystery over £16.75bn piles of cash left at airport for six years
Cash in 100 euro notes is stored on wooden pallets
Each of the 200 pallets is worth 100million euros
Money was sent to Moscow from Frankfurt in 2007
Documents show the sender was a 45-year-old Iranian
No recipient listed but sources say it could belong to Saddam Hussein
Other theories are that it belonged to Colonel Gaddafi, a Mafia operation linked to the state, or corrupt officials
Unsuccessful attempts have been made to claim the fortune that would make the owner richer than Roman Abramovich
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2437208/Is-Saddam-Husseins-fortune-warehouse-Moscow-Mystery-16-75bn-piles-cash-left-airport-years.html#ixzz4DkGPjaoj
larrykn says():A cargo of 20billion euros in cash (£16.75billion) has lain unclaimed at a Moscow airport for six years amid allegations it could be the secret fortune of Saddam Hussein.
The stash, now under high security in a cargo depot, is held on 200 wooden pallets each worth 100 million euros, enough to keep the entire NHS going for almost two months.
Russian customs have demanded the real owner of the booty "presents himself" to claim the fortune, but while a number of bogus and unconvincing attempts have been made to obtain it, no-one has satisfied the authorities that they are the rightful recipient.
larrykn says():Russian sources say the authorities have failed to untangle the identity of the ultimate owner of the money, which - strangely - arrived at the airport without a specified recipient on the consignment.
Why Saddam's ill-gotten nest egg would have been sent from Germany to Russia four years after he was toppled, and eight months after his execution, is unclear, but this is not the only theory about the money's origin.
It is claimed that the Iraqi tyrant had shifted £7.5 billion to Moscow in diplomatic bags before he was ousted, yet this was far short of the full wealth he had amassed.
Woodywoodpecker says():dang how did my money end up at that airport
larrykn says():'There are other possibilities too,' said a security source last night. Saddam was not the only dictator who funnelled away a fortune: what about Muammar Gaddafi?
'Another explanation is that this is Russian mafia money or the fortune of corrupt Russian officials but that has become too dangerous for anyone to claim. It is a gargantuan sum.'
The waybill, while not naming a recipient, suggested the owner was 45-year-old Farzin Koroorian Motlagh.
His passport details show him to be Iranian, but Russian customs and other agencies appear far from convinced that he is the ultimate owner. Nor has he appeared in Moscow to claim the loot.
Reports last night suggested that the cash was intended for an obscure foundation called The World of Kind People, yet its headquarters are Ukrainian and the final destination of the cash was Russia.
It's boss, called Alexander Shipilov, 53, is one of a number of people who have failed to convince the authorities to hand him cash that would make him wealthier than Roman Abramovich, who is worth £9 billion.
His charitable organisation is reported to have offered a two billion euro fee to lawyers to win the case, but Moscow's legal experts show no desire to take it on.
Vadim Lyalin, a customs affairs expert, said: 'The shipper didn't specify a recipient. This is rather odd. It suggests that something is wrong with the cash.
'Surely someone would have claimed the cargo from the very beginning. It remains unknown who exactly did so.
'Probably, there was a certain plan how this cash was supposed to cross the Russian border since no-one with any sense would send such money to "nowhere".
'Something must have gone wrong, and "Mr X" failed to receive the cargo. After a number of failed attempts to collect the cash, it was decided to act via a foundation.
'This is a common money laundering practice.'
larrykn says():The Russian government has so far not seized the money. Lyalin added: 'It turns out that there are no reasonable grounds for seizing it.
'The owner of the cash is named on paper. The cash is real and was transferred from a German bank.'
The bank has been named as Deutsche Bank Group, though this is not confirmed.
'Customs demanded the owner of the cargo to appear in person,' said Lyalin. 'The authorities had to make sure that the owner was alive and is not a fake.'
Motlagh (also known as Farzin Ali Karoryan Mutlaq) - who in 2010 was accused of being the "mastermind" of an attempt to steal $14billion from the Central Bank of Abu Dhabi using false documents - has not appeared in Moscow to stake his claim.
He was reported to have avoided trial in the United Arab Emirates by fleeing to Iran.
It is unclear if there is any link between the Abu Dhabi and Moscow cases, but in any event the Russians have rejected his attempts to use intermediaries to claim the cash.
One source familiar with the situation said that a dozen groups have sought to claim the cash, all claiming to have Motlagh's authority.
'They include criminals, Chechen groups, and Ukrainian gangsters,' said the source.
The security source claimed that Motlagh was a likely 'front man who lost control of a fortune he was nursing on behalf of shady interests related to a wicked dictator, corrupt senior officials, or a huge mafia operation linked to a state. We may never know to whom it belongs.'
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2437208/Is-Saddam-Husseins-fortune-warehouse-Moscow-Mystery-16-75bn-piles-cash-left-airport-years.html#ixzz4DkHJ2022
larrykn says():thats a lot of money wow
R&R says():Twenty billion, unclaimed, Euros sitting in a Moscow lost & found? LOL ... wow!
R&R says():Let us not forget that the final accounts of 2007 revealed a budget surplus of over 15.7 trillion dinars that went unaccounted for, while the MoF granted cash advances "without and allocation" to the CoM of almost $5 trillion dinars that year.... that money went somewhere
Pablo says():Any more lower denoms coming out?
diagyAAAE says():Pablo, for a higher denom, I will answer your question :D
Pablo says():No, the 500s came out, I was wondering if any others like 100s had come out?
_firefly_ says to Pablo():Only the 500s so far. IMO the remaing notes will appear very shortly
Pablo says():That's what I thought as well.