UU6817 –“Extreme Pressure to Complete the Needed Reforms” by Mnt Goat
Now that everyone is rested from my last couple news letters I am going to hit you with a really long one today…lol….. Please, please read it all. It is full of so much information.
Today’s news is all about UNDERSTANDING what is really going on with the new prime minister Abadi’s reforms. So if you really want up to the minute news – here it is.
No hype about a pending RV this week….so sorry!
But I will say I believe we may be heading for another good opportunity for a window to RV coming up in the later part of October/early November if all goes well accordingly. I can not tell you the plan since it is not meant for your ears as you would only hype it up and spread rumors anyhow about it.
I am not saying it is going to RV come mid October/November either. I only said IF, and only IF Iraq can accomplish their goals they will be inline to RV.
So what does Iraq still have left to accomplish?
I HAVE TOLD YOU THESE ITEMS OVER AND OVER AGAIN IN PAST NEWS LETTERS. Please go back and read them. (Link to the Mnt Goat Category at Recaps) Sorry no space in this news letter to review them once again today.
So now let’s get on with the news of today.
Today is Monday October 12th and still no RV. So what is taking it so long?
We simply had to wait for the events to unfold that are required to bring the political stability, physical security and the economic stability needed for this RV event to occur. Why would they bring back the currency when the reason they shut it down in the first place is still evident? Iraq must get to a state of stability or there will be no RV….get it? But when will they reach the needed of stability?
In my last news letter I talked about what is happening in all three of these categories of stability and I let you be the judge to tell me if you see an RV on the very near horizon unless Abadi can get his reforms instituted sooner than later.
So two weeks ago, last week, and over this past weekend once again we witnessed massive protests and demonstrations in the streets of Iraq over the inability to get these needed reforms completed.
I quote from one of the articles below– “The capital Baghdad and 10 Iraqi provinces are (Babylon, Karbala, Najaf, Diwaniyah and Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Wasit, Maysan, Basra and Diyala) is witnessing massive demonstrations since more than a month to condemn the poor services and corruption in government institutions and the judiciary, resulting in many of the reforms announced by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi”.
The pressure is on the Abadi government to set a timeframe and not let this go on forever, which seems to be the case sometimes. But he can’t do it alone he needs the full backing of parliament. Could this be why the religious leaders and instigating these demonstrations (to force parliament to get off their xxxxx and get these laws passed.
So today I present you with four very recent articles on this topic below. WOW four on the same topic?
Remember I told you when we see so much news on the same topic to pay close attention. Something is about to happen in this area of concern. It is not coincidental.
Please don’t anyone dare tell me the reforms are all done or that they are not important for the RV. You would simply have to be either brain dead or a complete idiot to think otherwise. Yes – I am talking to many of you so called intel”gurus” out there.
These articles I present today tell a couple interesting points:
1) that the accountability and justice law is not yet passed in parliament;
2) the accountability and justice law is VERY important and needed in the next step to prosecuting these corrupt officials thus the lack of these reforms is holding up the process of prosecuting them.
3) the citizens are at a breaking point. They have had enough of procrastination and need a timeline to complete these reforms (will they get it soon?),
I believe when we see the accountability and justice law we will see these corrupt government officials be prosecuted at all levels and at warp speed. These trials should not take long since in most cases the evidence is overwhelming. I also believe this will lead to less disruption in getting the remainder of the needed reforms completed and thus a window for an RV.
It is all going to come to a beautiful conclusion all of a sudden and shortly.
IRAQIS ARE DEMONSTRATING ONCE AGAIN: WAITING FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROMISES AND REFORM THE JUDICIARY
Friday 09-10-2015 | 7:13:45
Twilight News / thousands of Iraqis came out in mass protests on Friday in the provinces of central and southern Iraq to demand that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi its promises concerning the reform of the conditions of the country.
The protests come at a continuation of the demonstrations and wide out about two months ago in the days of the combination, where the population is fed up with the rampant corruption in government departments and poor public services.
Thousands of protesters today in Baghdad, Muthanna, Karbala, Diwaniya and Basra and Baghdad, Dhi Qar, Maysan, Wasit, Najaf, Babel and elsewhere, waving Iraqi flags and banners calling for the reform of the conditions of the country.
Over the past two months it has been a lot of protest chants directed against local officials in the provinces, as well as reform of the judiciary.
The protests have the support of top Shi'ite cleric Ali al-Sistani, which called for reforms Abadi to launch a campaign in August.
And canceled Abadi government positions and appointments to government positions on the basis of quotas sects and parties also called for an initiative to re-open investigations into corruption and granted the dismissal of the conservative prime minister and the heads of municipal authority.
But protesters say that these measures are not sufficient to repair the situation of the country who complain of corruption eating away at public institutions, and some accused the legislative and executive branches to work on "procrastination" reforms.
Iraq is among the most corrupt countries in the world by international institutions numbers, often from corrupt escape prosecution and punishment.
Earlier in the day student's top Shi'ite cleric Ali al-Sistani in Iraq's political forces not to "cover" for anyone, whatever its location and status of the accounting and legal prosecution.
He supported the religious authority, Sheikh Abdul Mahdi al-Karbalai during Friday prayers held in the threshold Husseini said that "the difficult situation faced by the country makes it imperative for the political forces to participate in power to pay interest in pursuing the reform process and take it forward."
He called Karbalai those forces "not to create barriers and symptoms before the reforms and the lack of coverage to anyone regardless of the location and status of the accounting and legal prosecution," calling on them to "get away from the rhetoric is based on the evidence through the media."
He pointed out that "What is required of integrity that is not much delayed disclosure of the files of corruption and forwarded to the judiciary", stressing "the importance of a strong judiciary is not subject to any set of any party whatever."
Karbalai and demanded that the government "provide full protection for judges who take cases of corruption to believe in themselves and their families from gangs that protect the corrupt."
PROTESTERS ARE THREATENING TO DEMONSTRATE TO CHANGE ABADI, IF THINGS STAY THE SAME
Author: AHF, BS, JB
Editor: AHF, BS
Long-Presse / Wasit
Hundreds of citizens of Wasit province, on Friday, in front of the provincial council building, renewing their demands for reform of the judiciary and accountability of the corrupt and "whales corruption", as they demanded the Prime Minister to provide a time limit for his reforms, have threatened to demonstrate for the removal of al-Abadi in the event of the survival of the status quo.
A reporter (range Press) that "the demonstrators gathered, this evening, in the courtyard of the central city of Kut factor, then marched to the provincial council building amid tight security with a clear decline in their numbers."
For his part, demonstrator Ali Hussein al-Quraishi said in an interview with the (long-Presse), said that "this event is an extension of demonstrations the previous Friday and renew the demand for reform of the judiciary and the dismissal of Medhat al-Mahmoud and the appointment of judges with professional and neutral and not subject to any party or political component".
Quraishi said that "the demonstrators in Wasit are also demanding the fight against corruption and the corrupt and beating hands of iron on the whales large corruption and large warheads stolen public money over the previous governments without regard to their office or their political background or partisan," pointing out that "the demonstrations will continue at this pace They go in Slmatha will not back the demonstrators for their legitimate demands. "
For his part, Abbas Hadi demonstrator said in an interview with the (long-Presse), "The participants in this demonstration, direct the message to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi ask where all the time limit set for the application of reforms."
Hadi added that "among our demands also to achieve social justice, especially in the objective salaries and appointments, salaries are the still considerable differences between Ministry officials and other especially that independent bodies called big salaries on the contrary of other departments and ministries that section of which does not exceed 400 thousand dinars salaries" .
Turn demonstrator Zia Alwan said in an interview with the (long-Presse), "The time limit to achieve the reforms Abadi Unknown did not know how seriously to achieve reforms," noting that "if things remain vague in this picture will be Tazahratna in big next time and we demand the change Abadi. "
The capital Baghdad and 10 Iraqi provinces are (Babylon, Karbala, Najaf, Diwaniyah and Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Wasit, Maysan, Basra and Diyala) is witnessing massive demonstrations since more than a month to condemn the poor services and corruption in government institutions and the judiciary, resulting in many of the reforms announced by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
NAJAF PROTESTERS DEMANDING MEDHAT AL-MAHMOUD TO STEP DOWN
Najaf / Baghdad News / .. student protesters Najaf province, on Friday, during their demonstration Chairman of the People's Supreme Judicial Council, Medhat al-Mahmoud to step down from office.
A reporter / Baghdadi News /, the demonstrators demanded the province of Najaf during their demonstration this evening the resignation of the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Medhat al-Mahmoud from his post, and that the government is serious about its reforms.
He added that the demonstrators raised slogans demanding the reform of the Constitution and the judiciary.
It is said that several provinces of the country has witnessed numerous demonstrations of the country to demand the provision of services and the sacking of corrupt various state institutions.
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