Frank26: (Reposted) FAMILY.......THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE JABOURI HAS SUSPENDED PARLIAMENT
THIS MEANS THAT ALL MINISTERS GOOD OR BAD ARE NO LONGER WITH IMMUNITY...........THEY ARE WITHOUT A JOB. THEREFORE ABADI CAN APPOINT HIS CABINET BY PROXY.
I TOLD YOU ABADI GOT ALL HE WANTED VIA THE OK CORRAL. ABADI CAN GO AFTER THE BAD MINISTERS AT WILL.
BUT THE MOST POWERFUL THING THAT I HAVE TO SHARE WITH YOU RIGHT NOW IS A QUESTION:
WHY IS THE HEAD OF A DEPARTMENT LIKE THE UST .......JACK LEW.........SITTING FOR THREE DAYS IN A ROW WITH IRAQI OFFICIALS?
I HAVE ABOUT TWO HOURS OF NOTES FOR OUR CC TOMORROW NIGHT........ABADI WILL PLACE HIS GOVERNMENT VIA PROXY AND 5 LAWS THEN HE WILL HOLD ELECTIONS AND HAVE A CARETAKER GOVERNMENT AND NO ONE CAN STOP THIS NOR MESS WITH THIS.
Samson: Frank rather than the above causing a delay will it hurry the reforms sooner ?
Frank26: OK get ready to really be more confused .
The GOI/CBI are two completely separate animals they have nothing to do with each other.
When the monetary reform is ready to be released they will tell you ............ right now they simply tell you about the GOI........... but tomorrow we have much more to tell you.
RECALL ................ When we the USA finally went to KW to remove Saddam .............. Their currency was RVed right away .......... Correct?
Ok ............... But was their GOK ready? ................. 100% ?
So WHO and HOW did this happen?
Because it is about to happen in Iraq .............. IMO.
Much to SHARE tomorrow.................. MUCH !!! KTFA Frank
Thor: This answers the question about Abadi's list and the lack of voting - kicking the can down the road - when will Abadi announce his cabinet - if you ask me - this is mega huge!! IMO
Frank25: I have the highest respect for you THOR and to your heart I tell you that tomorrow you will learn many things that will come together and make a lot of sense….I am in the position now to tell you things that I have been wanting to say for a long time thank God!
Friend ......... No one knows the date or the rate but what we are studying and seeing at this very moment is very serious and should be taken that way !!!
I can Promise You NO SLEEP after tomorrow's CC .......... It will be a two hour lecture.
In fact : Dear internet that copy and paste us ......... We invite You tomorrow (Wednesday Night) to our CC because we are going to speak with WORDS not studied nor understood in our investment. It will be at a high academic level of STUDY. We want You with us tomorrow .......... For we are in this ........... Together.
Caroline: Thank you Mr Frank26
Does the 26 still mean the same?? (.26 means $3.86?)
Will you and your Tink be house hunting in May??
Frank26: Yes and Yes
PMAC: How high of an academic level are we talking here?
Is it B.A. ... A... A Abadi has a green light to speed the MR finish line with checkered FLAGs over Mosul, Fallujah, Tikrit?!?!
Or is it PhD..D..Did did Jack Lew park himself at the same level as a QC technician for a Henry Ford production line of new banking connectivity?
I've been in this since June 2010... I'd say I've attained my MBA... but my studies with KTFA have only been a year or so.
So my Sophomore brain will be ready to learn new materials tomorrow Chief
Frank26: PHD IQD.
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Frank26: Now just wait till tomorrow's (Wednesdays ) CC .............. More TA DA'S !!!
Don961: Conscious / Jubouri suspend parliament sessions until further
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 01:48 a.m.
Iraq speaker suspends House until further notice
April 20, 2016
BAGHDAD: Embattled Iraqi parliament speaker Salim Al Juburi on Tuesday announced the suspension of parliament sessions “until further notice” after a week of turmoil during which lawmakers brawled and sought to sack him.
The political crisis comes as Iraq battles the Daesh group, which overran large areas in 2014, and contends with a serious economic crisis caused by low oil prices and years of mismanagement and corruption.
Both the United States and the United Nations have warned that the crisis could distract from efforts to combat Daesh.
Some MPs voted last week to remove Juburi and elected Adnan Al Janabi as his interim replacement, meaning there are now two claimants to the speakership.
Juburi insists the vote to sack him and his deputies was invalid because the session lacked the necessary quorum, but his opponents are seeking to move ahead with selecting replacements.
“I announce the suspension of sessions... of the Iraqi parliament until further notice,” Juburi said in a statement.
But Janabi has called for a session to be held on Thursday, so MPs may still meet without Juburi’s leadership.
Juburi’s decision was taken to “preserve the reputation of parliament” and prevent it from being “a place for conflict,” he said.
There has been plenty of conflict in parliament over the past week: lawmakers held an overnight sit-in and threw punches in the chamber, as well as seeking to sack Juburi.
The turmoil began with disagreement over proposed cabinet line-ups presented by Prime Minister Haider Al Abadi, but shifted to calls for Juburi to go.
Abadi has sought to replace the cabinet of party-affiliated ministers with a government of technocrats, but has faced significant opposition from powerful political parties that rely on control of ministries for patronage and funds.
President Fuad Masum proposed a plan to end the parliamentary leadership crisis, but the session he called for failed to resolve differences among lawmakers.
Under Masum’s plan, a copy of which was obtained by reporters, parliament was to convene for an “extraordinary session” to vote on whether or not to remove Juburi and his two deputies.