DINAR UPDATES 4-26-16
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Dinar Updates Tuesday AM Chat 4-26-16 Part 3 of 3
rcookie says():UN official: Iraq is a country run by a failed government!
The Gilmore urged the end of a visit to Iraq a full week-long Iraqi authorities to take concrete steps to plan for after the fall of Daash and agree on a vision of a national university based on equality and the rule of law. She stressed the Iraqi government and international backers need for a strong focus on defeating organized by the Islamic state, and do not have a strategy to reform the country after that.
She said, "it is the responsibility of the international community, which is fully focused on military action .. to give a similar effort in non-military aid."
She said UN official said, "The international community must not allow himself to being involved with the failed Iraqi leadership," emphasizing the need for Iraqi politicians to work on anti-corruption and reform the judiciary and promote reconciliation. She said, "The first thing you have to Iraqi politicians to do is to set aside their differences and move quickly to form a national unity coherent and efficient government."
Political paralysis in Iraq , and no government in the country
She stressed Gilmore said: "There is a political paralysis in Iraq. There is no government in Iraq." She said "Iraq is full of a long history of pain and seeing a short-sighted for the future" .. "It Karabh that are on a bumpy road and within women's extensive background and glass in front of me is very small, with the rivalry sustainable for control of the steering wheel.
There is a noticeable concentration of many Iraqi leaders about "violations that befell Bjmaathm" with the unfortunate failure to develop a picture of the suffering of the University of reservation all spectrums of the Iraqi people.
She said: "Iraqis are crying modern and fair to state that respects and kept their legitimate rights to participate in the formulation of their future. They need to pay their process forward, not backward."
And it demanded that all Iraqi leaders, at all levels, both in word and deed, demonstrate a stronger commitment to peace, equality and the rule of law and not to be dragged into sectarian strife. Also confirmed that Iraq is in dire need of a political project that would combines all the categories and the components of the Iraqi people each, as quoted by the UN office in Baghdad said in a press statement received "Elaf" copy of it Tuesday.
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rcookie says():Iraq 's challenges are not only military
Gilmore warned that the challenges Iraq is not only just military, and that the future can not be built only on defeating al Daash .. She said, "The existence of armed conflict in some areas does not justify at all the absence of the rule of law in other areas." She added that maintaining the rule of law, independence of the judiciary, and an end to arbitrary detention and prohibition of torture are a pillar of stability.
Iraqis should take firm steps to plan for the period after Daash. What is required now is the steps that will lead to the expansion of community integration and deepening of justice,
including through a comprehensive national dialogue on various topics such as co-existence and the fight against corruption, and accountability for past and current crimes, and the problem of militias, and the growing numbers of displaced people, and the partial destruction and / or a total of some villages and cities, and violence against women and the need for constitutional and legislative reforms.
During the mission in Iraq, he visited Gilmore Baghdad, Najaf, Erbil and Sharia camp for internally displaced people in Dohuk. And met with the Foreign Minister and other senior government officials, as well as President of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, civil society leaders, including religious and ethnic groups and human rights advocates, and survivors of human rights violations.
Scourge Daash The UN official pointed out that the scourge of Daash appeared tragically through the stories of the survivors of the abuses that we met in the camps for internally displaced people in Dohuk. Where he listened to the testimony of the Yezidi man had been convicted of forcibly, and underwent a mock executions, this man saw a pregnant woman stoned to death; this woman who had suffered sexual slavery for more than a year.
Gilmore added that there was still a lot of abductees by Daash, and who can not afford the ransom demanded 30,000 US dollars for their release - in reference to the same man who had his entire family - his wife and daughters and son when Daash.
She said, "The human rights violations committed by Daash must remain present, and should not be tolerated. The right to truth is crucial, as is the possibility of accountability for those who have committed what may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity, or even genocide. We must preserve the evidence and should continue to gather testimony. "
Gilmore also urged the international community to provide more support to the humanitarian needs, and the restoration of basic infrastructure and to achieve justice and reconciliation in Iraq. She said, "We all have responsibilities to the people of Iraq.
If there is an international military alliance at the present time, there is a need for an international coalition of sympathy and resources process is also to help lay the building blocks for a sustainable peace in Iraq." LINK
Baxter says():this says its live Iraq tv... cant be sure though... http://www.ustream.tv/channel/Jvntq572jJL
rcookie says():Iraq's parliament is trying to hold a plenary session .. The public anger mounts
04/26/2016 The main political forces in Iraq hopes to hold a parliamentary session incomplete quorum Tuesday to discuss the cabinet reshuffle proposed by the government of technocrat Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, which, perhaps giving confidence, under mounting public anger over the differences that beset the parliament several weeks ago.
Amid the intensifying debate over the presidency of the parliament and his deputies split between supporters of President Saleem al-Jubouri, who was sacked by the protestors of Representatives, and the other opponents, chances contract or even give confidence to small cabins ministerial session remaining.
Parliamentarians have said that the protesters deputies have collected signatures to hold a parliamentary session before the meeting held under the chairmanship of al-Jubouri, noting that the protesters aim to invalidate Jubouri session.
House sitters believes that al-Jubouri was no longer president of the parliament after he was dismissed by a majority of votes, while his supporters say the impeachment hearing were not unconstitutional or illegal.
A correspondent channel "free" in Baghdad, the Shiite bloc remains divided over candidates who presented them Abadi to occupy ministerial positions, and they did not reach a unified vision in this regard.
Hutch says():On FNC now! Isis is now offering marriage counseling. Helps Jihadi wives better understand their terrorist husbands ! Im serious, no joke!
rcookie says():$50 ADDITIONAL SALARY FOR WIVES...AND $50 FOR SEX SLAVES...
Hutch says():Brings a all new meaning for "to the moon Alice !"
rcookie says():SO WE KNOW ABADI WAS IN ATTENDANCE....WE KNOW THERE WERE BETWEEN 170-180 ATTENDEES....WE KNOW MALIKI BLOC WAS MEETING TO OBSTRUCT...
rcookie says():WE KNOW THERE WAS HUGE INFLUX OF SECURITY IN BAGHDAD AND GREEN ZONE....WE KNOW ALL ENTRANCES TO GREEN ZONE CLOSED DOWN...
WE KNOW MASS DEMONSTRATIONS ONGOING IN TAHRIR SQUARE WITH SADR THREATS TO STORM GREEN ZONE IF REFORMS FAIL TO FINALIZE...WE KNOW BOTH JABOURI & ABADI STATED THEY WILL WORK TO GET RESHUFFLE VOTE DONE TODAY...
rcookie says():WE KNOW JABOURI SAID THERE WAS AN AGREEMENT WITH POLITICAL BLOC HEADS AND ABADI TO RESOLVE MINISTERIAL CABINET TODAY WITH VOTE...
WE KNOW JABOURI OFFERED TO FORM PARL COMITTEE TO NEGOTIATE WITH PROTESTOR REPRESENTATIVES AND WORK WITH CONSTRUCTIVE DIALOGUE....
rcookie says():WE KNOW THE 50 CHIMPS AT THE PHILADELPHIA ZOO BEHAVE BETTER WHEN THERE IS ONLY 1 BANANA TO SHARE EQUALLY.....
rcookie says():OOPS DID I SAY THAT OUT LOUD..
KAT1 says():OOOOPS YES YOU DID, LOL
larrykn says():I see they took the live feed down , wonder what that means mmmm
rcookie says():Abadi leave the parliament hall
PM: 03: 45: 26/04/2016 Khandan Khandan - Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi left the parliament session, due to the continuing chaos in the parliament hall.
The Iraqi government channel, al-Abadi said after he left the parliament hall went to the Constitutional Hall at Parliament House.
And is still ongoing session of the House of Representatives, while the House of Representatives of the protesters continue to launch cheers.
rcookie says():ABADI:..."IM OUT"...
rcookie says():Chaos forced the Iraqi parliament speaker to postpone the hearing
Baghdad , April 26 (Petra) - Raising the Iraqi Parliament Speaker Salim al - Jubouri , a parliament session on Tuesday, due to the chaos provoked by the House of Representatives sitters during the session.
Addressing Jubouri Almtasman deputies who entered the meeting and faked a mess, that " the people waiting for your achievements and not disrupt the parliamentary sessions, and that the next stage requires great effort and extra to improve the level of services to citizens."
The deputy parliamentary correspondent of Jordan News Agency (Petra) in Baghdad, said al - Jubouri , tried to contain the situation and to ensure that the hearing and proposed the formation of a committee to negotiate with the House of Representatives of the protesters to be admitted to the House of Representatives Hall.
He said that what comes from the views of the opposition look respectable, but the head of the parliament eventually forced to adjourn the meeting due to come voices of the protesters, chanting slogans loudly "null void" for the duration of the meeting , which lasted 15 minutes.
And he reached the Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi to parliament on Tuesday to provide ministerial cabin and was met with strong chants of Representatives of the protesters, and comes after the parliament session postponed for more than two weeks due to vote on the dismissal of deputies his body.
Society says():Time to open the doors and let the protesters from outside in.....
eman4u55 says(8:01 AM): http://www.ustream.tv/channel/Jvntq572jJL
rcookie says():SO JABOURI AS STATED IN MULTIPLE REPORTS...STARTED BY SAYING THE PEOPLE ARE WAITING ON YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS AND NOT DISRUPT PARLIAMENT SESSIONS...AND THAT THE NEXT STAGE IS ALL ABOUT THE EXTRA EFFORT TO IMPROVE LEVEL OF SERVICES TO CITIZENS......
futuremoney says to rcookie():why are they all smiling??? Are they proud of their own stupidity?????
rcookie says():OFFERED TO FORM COMITTEE TO NEGOTIATE WITH PROTESTERS IN CONSTRUCTIVE DIALOGUE...AND STATE THERE SEEMED TO BE A REASONABLE STARTING POINT FOR DISCUSSIONS....LASTED 15 MINUTES....
rcookie says():AND LIKE I SAID...THE UN AND REST OF THE WORLD JUST WATCHING AND TAPPING FINGERS ON THE TABLE......
eman4u55 says():so now what
rcookie says():HERE WE GO ...BUCKLE UP..
rcookie says():Urgent: the withdrawal of women protesters by order of Moqtada al-Sadr
26-04-2016 03:57 PM
futuremoney says to rcookie():I say..bring back Saddam. At least things got done with him in power. These people dont know how democracy works and probably never will. Their culture forbids it.
rcookie says():Encircle the parliament building with tanks and armored vehicles
Tue, 26 Apr 2016 12:49:13 BAGHDAD - observer news Parliamentary source for the Monitor reported on Tuesday that security forces cordoned off the Iraqi parliament building with tanks and armored vehicles.
The source added that the anti-terror forces deployed heavily in the Green Zone in central Baghdad, indicating that it Hott parliament building with tanks and armored vehicles, in anticipation of any emergency.
eman4u55 says():one woman there takin a selfie
futuremoney says to rcookie():And now the news anchor with a uni-brow..
rcookie says():Last Updated: 04/26/2016
Today thousands protested in Baghdad at the invitation of the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr, in order to push towards the parliament dismiss the government and other form of independent technocrats and academics.
Thousands of supporters of Shiite leader came out Moqtada al - Sadr Tuesday to protest in order to pressure the government of Iraq to carry out reforms in a country with government corruption and widespread.
Chanted the demonstrators, who Tjmhora near the main gate of the Green Zone adjacent to the headquarters of the Iraqi government, their words directed to the politicians, "all of you are thieves." And waving the flags of Iraq coming from Tahrir Square on foot.
He said Abu Ali al-Zaidi, the protesters came from the province of Maysan in the south of the country, "We reject this government being formed on a sectarian basis and did not bring to the country and for the Iraqis, but poverty and murder." Adding, "Sentrdhm all of them to replace their stead others are able to serve Iraq."
Sadr called on to this event, which coincides with the resumption of the House of Representatives Tuesday its efforts to make a new debate about the proposed line-Abadi.
It is noteworthy that Iraq is witnessing several weeks ago caused by disagreements over the government lineup Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi seeks to be independent of technocrats and academics, rather than ministers linked to parties dominant power political crisis. But the big political parties that share the top positions and portfolios, foiled pass ministers variety of independent made by the Prime Minister to Parliament.
rcookie says():Demonstrators trying to storm the Green Zone
Section: Local NewsViews: 500Published on: Today, 15:42
BAGHDAD / Sky Press: A security source said on Tuesday that the number of demonstrators trying to break into the Green Zone in central Baghdad.
The source told "Sky Press," that "the number of demonstrators Haolo to enter the Green Zone from the gate of the legislation, but was sent back by the leaders of the Sadrist movement who are near the green gates."
The source added, "The security forces Aglaguet All entrances to the Green Zone and were deployed in force and tightened security measures."
Experiencing the capital Baghdad and several provinces in recent demonstrations and protest against poor services and corruption, amid pressure against activists who are leading these demonstrations.
rcookie says():Deputy: Abadi plans to change the four new ministers in his booth
Tuesday April 26, 2016 15:51 Alsumaria News / Baghdad
MP revealed Sunrise Alabegi, on Tuesday, the determination of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi changed four ministers in the new cabinet his booth.
Alabegi said in an interview with a number of media, including the Sumerian News, he said that "according to information received by us, the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi will change four ministries in the new cabinet his booth."
She Alabegi, that "the ministries are education, labor and social affairs, health and water resources."
The Abadi arrived earlier on Tuesday (April 26, 2016), to the House of Representatives, but he left the session hall, heading to the Constitutional Hall after the "obstruction" read the paper cabinet reshuffle by the number of MPs.
This comes as thousands continue on Tuesday, pretending near the Green Zone in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad to demand reforms and the elimination of corruption and quotas, at a time when the parliament to hold a hearing for this purpose, headed by Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 172 deputies.
rcookie says(8:14 AM):
THIS ONE SAYS 172 ATTENDEES...