Ricklibby: when Iraq does rv, no matter what price the dinar goes to ,the market will adjust to that price..... the value inside Iraq will be 1 dinar = 1 dinar..... the purchasing power will be greater than now just lifting the 000 off the value. they have explained this many times in the last two years.. 25 dinar will purchase what 25,000 dinar does now. the main difference is that less cash will have to be handled [carried] . now out side of Iraq their money will be worth more in purchasing goods from other countries. which helps the citizens of Iraq since they import more than they export.. as far as house hold items ,machinery, auto's etc.
Urgent .. Parliament decides to keep its open until tomorrow. House of Representatives decided to keep open its Tuesday meeting until tomorrow, Wednesday.A parliamentary source said told all of Iraq [where] that "House Speaker Osama Najafi decided to make the parliament session open today until tomorrow, Wednesday, and continue the work of the parliament." http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=64209:2013-01-08-10-38-09&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86
Delay in approving the budget threat to Iraq's national security. Description deputy head of the security committee of the Council of the province of Kirkuk, Sheikh Abdullah Sami Assi delay in approving the federal budget for the year 2013 as "a setback for Iraq's national security. " The head of the Arab Group Council Kirkuk province in a press statement yesterday that "the delay in the parliament, the government and the political blocs to reach understandings included approving the budget is a setback threaten Iraq's national security because of their profound impact in creating problems and delays services and projects and depriving citizens of jobs and secure jobs, http://www.mubasher.info/portal/ISX/getDetailsStory.html?goToHomePageParam=true&storyId=2224936
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[pat888] Here's article I think Frank was talking tonight where Iraq says this is to happen today. I'll post another article after that might be related but for retirees getting paid today CBI to launch new currency in the 7/1/2013 By khabaar khaba By Khabaar Khaba 26.8.2012 20:02:00 A member of the parliamentary Finance Committee, a coalition of law Haitham al-Jubouri said "the central bank decided to launch the new currency in the 7/1/2013 after postponing the launch in 1/1 of the current year. Jubouri said in a statement singled out by the reporter and news news agency that the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives in favor of this proposal...date of this article is 8/26/12 http://translate.google.com/translate?act=url&depth=1&hl=en&ie=UTF8&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://www.faceiraq.com/inews.php%3Fid%3D848434
[pat888] Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs: VII of the January 2013 date to pay its retired workers for the months of November and December By Khabaar Khaba 12.25.2012 09:17:00 Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs: VII of the January 2013 date to pay its retired workers for the months of November and December Brother - Baghdad http://translate.google.com/translate?act=url&depth=2&hl=en&ie=UTF8&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://khabaar.net/index.php/permalink/9488.html
[Precious] 7/1/13 means Jan 7th 2013
[pat888] Precious yes!
ram1] TK is saying 3.86 and a free float according to demand
[candy] chrivers i hope all the predictions on the rate are wrong... too low!!!:
[chrivers] My thoughts always have been 5 to 7 street rate our group rate will be double digits and the VND is gonna blow a lot of minds!!! js :)
[chrivers] They aren't settling and China finally gave them the thumbs up to go big!!
candy] chrivers any opinion on timing?
[chrivers] candy hoping by 10th what we r hearing
WCW] chrivers like i tell them all have 911 on speed dail and and have 1 case of depends cause when ya ll see the rate your going to need both of them
[KajunRedBull] chrivers why the 10th?
[garfield] chrivers - May I ask you why you think the 10th
[chrivers] KajunRedBull Something big is gonna happen in Iraq, and they have to RV in order to do that, is all I am gonna say.... if source has correct info :)
[garfield] WCW - it sounds like you may know the rates, can you share
[kenbo] WCW chrivers high rates sound real good to me
WCW] garfield it s classified sorry lol
[Nuffsaid] how can the zeros be confirmed when the CBI still shows the usual 1166 rate?
[1biz4u] Nuffsaid cbi not open util 2am. does not update until 2am
[sananddan24] nuffsaid cbi was closed today I think.
laidback] I just saw where Christine Legarde has complete confidence in "economic miracle", thats all it said scrolling on the ticker tape.
[buybyeby] laidback where?
laidback] Its on antenna tv, it has France 24 in corner of screen
Why do Arab leaders abhor the idea of resignation?
By Fatih Abdulsalam Azzaman, January 7, 2012
Celebrities and stars whether in sports or arts resign while they are at the peak of their success.
They, their fans and other people celebrate their resignation. The occasion is seen as a torch that lights up for posterity the peaks they have reached.
Resigning while one basks in the glory of reaching the summit is a big lesson for anyone wanting to grasp it.
There are some in the Arab world who would like to see Arab leaders having the courage of resigning whether at the peak of their achievements or when things go wrong.
But there are differences between stars and celebrities on the one hand and Arab politicians and leaders on the other.First, one has to imagine if there has ever been a summit which any of the Arab leaders has reached.Second, Arab leaders do not seem to be fond of attaining a summit or achievement of their own.
And if we take the case of Syria, there is no possibility of thinking about an imaginary summit President Bashar Assad might want to reach.Assad’s use of warplanes, rocket launchers and cluster bombs against Syrian cities has stripped him of legitimacy.Even under such circumstances, he seems not to have ever contemplated the idea of resigning. For stars and political leaders in other countries resignation is an achievement. But not for Arab leaders and of course not for Assad.
Resignation of Iraq’s former leader Saddam Hussein might have saved Iraq occupation by the United States and the tragic conditions that followed on its heels.Not only Saddam did not appreciated the concept of resignation for the sake of his nation, people and country.
Libya’s Muaamar Gadhafi, Tunisia’s Bin Ali, Egypt’s Mubarak and Yemen’s Abdullah Saleh are other good cases in point.Arab leaders share a burning desire of sticking to their chairs and posts, preferring to be called the deposed, executed, or fugitive former president rather than resigning in dignity.