W8tn4it2rv: Question for Frank: (MY OPINION)
With the reforms being officially rolled out on the 26th, that means they would most likely need to start the PROCESS by the 24th. In the past you always applied the 7 - 10 days for the end of the PROCESS, 10 days takes you to 4/3.
Earlier today you mentioned Mid-April. You appear to be too cautious share the 7 - 10 day theory with the Family.
(MY OPINION)Thanks for all you do Frank!
Frank26: Yes Friend .............. Because Caution is Logical with dates in a speculative investment such as ours.
i need for You and All to celebrate the accomplishments of the days passed ............ Not days in the future.
We can Control those days by their evidence ............ But to predict the future is difficult.
IF ............. You seriously consider how we have LITERALLY drawn the path of the last 4 months for YOU via our CC SHARING then You will find our advice on Mosul to also be ................. Bull's-eye!!!
i invite the few to join us tonight with all TEAMS including DELTA ....... For an elongated MONDAY CC tonight. I will be back in two weeks on Monday April 4th. There are two FILES we wish to SHARE. As always ......... Not talked about on the net.
C U in ............. 10.5. My Aloha ......... \m/ KTFA Frank
Dnari131: Another stiff jab.... this time brought by the US Treasury...156 Iraqi names(goons) hmmm...hits keep on comin
America recognizes the Government of Abadi, a list of 156 personalities, which has assumed senior positions and was involved looting of public money
20-03-2016 10:15 PM Number of readers: 16452
Delivered to the US Treasury Department, on Saturday, the Iraqi side , a list of 156 names of Iraqi personalities who assumed the top positions and Moderation involved looting of public money.
Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi informed source in a press statement, said the face of the formation of a joint committee comprising a number of military and security men with long experience mission regulatory circuit performance monitoring to detect thieves and obtaining approvals to arrest them and bring them to justice.
The source , who preferred anonymity, said the Iraqi government to await further lists from the American side.
The source continued that there are cells formed to gather information on these characters to prevent her and her detention.
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Walkingstick: MALIKI ON THE TOP 156 NAMES INVOLVED LOOTING OF PUBLIC MONEY
March 21, 2016
US Treasury Department yesterday handed the Iraqi government a list of 156 names of Iraqi personalities who assumed senior positions, central implicated looted public money.
A source said in a press statement published by the media, that the prime minister Haider al-Abadi face of the formation of a joint committee comprising a number of military and security men experienced mission regulatory circuits performance monitoring to detect thieves and obtaining approvals to arrest them and bring them to justice.
Stressing that "there are cells formed to gather information on these characters to prevent her and Ahtjazha.hma and a security source said that at the forefront of the names involved with stealing public money Nouri al-Maliki and his son Ahmed Khalaf Abdul Samad Salah Abdul-Razzaq and leaders, officials Kparfai Iraqi state political blocs.
The source added that "the Iraqi government to await further lists from the American side
Mountainman: ****NOTE****........"MANY" (Countries) are Converging In Pre-Planned.......Time Frames....w/Specific "PATTERNS" in their "Monetary Reforms"......=They Tell The STORY......IMO.....MM
IMF says Cyprus concludes rescue program 10 weeks early
Monday, 7 Mar 2016 | 1:13 PM ET
The Associated Press
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — The head of the International Monetary Fund says Cyprus has ended the IMF leg of a three-year rescue program 10 weeks ahead of schedule.
Christine Lagarde on Monday hailed Cyprus for delivering "an impressive turnaround of the economy" in the past three years. She said the Cypriot economy grew again last year, the banking system is on a more solid footing, spending is in check and public debt is shrinking.
But the IMF chief said Cyprus needs to stick to reforms in light of continued volatility in international markets.
Cyprus received 1 billion euros from the IMF and another 9 billion euros from its Eurozone partners in March 2013 in a rescue deal that forced a grab of uninsured savings in its two largest banks and shuttered the smaller lender.
This story has been corrected to say program concluded 10 weeks ahead of schedule instead of one week.