Millionday News 5/26/15 Part 2 of 2
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Millionday: Anbar Provincial Council member waterfall Halbusi said that the local government has opened banks in the district of Khalidiya and Habbaniyah alternative for banks located in the city of Ramadi.
He Halbusi's (IMN) that "the local government of the province, and in cooperation with the government, emptied all the banks in the city of Ramadi financial contents before entering the terrorist Daash gangs to it", pointing out that he "has been opened alternative banks in Khalidiya and Habbaniyah."
Millionday: NOTE -- THEY WERE ORDERED TO EMPTY BANKS BEFORE BRINGING THEM IN FULL DUE TO TERRORISM BUT EXPANDING IN BANKING --- LOVE IT
Millionday: He explained that "the local government put the accounts the recent terrorist attacks that have taken place in the city of Ramadi, which led to the discharge of all its banks for fear of theft by terrorist groups."
He announced Anbar Provincial Council earlier, the terrorist Daash gangs looted all the contents of the circles and most of the homes of the city of Ramadi and transferred to Syria.
Millionday: MP for the Bloc Khalati citizen Hassan, said the withdrawal of the mass of the House of Representatives session today, as a result of the absence of the rule of law on the mass meeting, which has read the law of the Iraqi Media Network, a message to the skeptics unit of the National Alliance.
He said Khalati, in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where], a copy of the "withdrawal of blocs of the citizen and the Liberals of the House of Representatives today's session, came in solidarity with the State of Law bloc absent from the meeting, which has the reading of the Iraqi Media Network Act."
He explained, "We Mtvahmun this view, when the absence of any political bloc, a Shiite from the meeting, which include reading laws and approval, we withdraw temporarily in order to preserve the unity of the National Alliance. "
Millionday: NOTE -- THEY STOPPED THE SESSION DUE TO THE SKEPTICS -- NATIONAL ALLIANCE -- AND THEY WANT MAJORITY AGREEMENT
Millionday: The mass of the National Alliance, withdrew from the House of Representatives today's meeting of its reservation on the inclusion of draft Iraqi Media Network Act to a vote.
The MP said the coalition Amer Al-Fayez's [where] that "the coalition asked the chairman of the parliament to postpone the bill to a vote but refused and went on its inclusion and decided on its impact on the coalition to withdraw a block of the meeting."
Millionday: NOTE -- LOOKING FOR SIGN OF RETURN
Millionday: The MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki, for [where], that Amendments demands for adoption of the draft Iraqi Media Network, Law, represented the "Media Network Iraqi adoption in funding on self-financing, and the abolition of the Board of Trustees of the network lineup,
and the adoption of the body of opinion formed from, agents and managers President in the network, as well as that linked to the network of the Cabinet ,
and monitors its business before the House of Representatives, like the rest of the state institutions, and that the Council of Ministers nominated by the President of the network that has the vote of the House of Representatives. "
The House of Representatives began during its session today, the vote on the law Alaraca.anthy Media Network
Millionday: SO WE DONT HAVE RETURN DATE BUT HAVE AN ORDER OF EXPEDITE
Millionday: MINISTER OF OIL
Millionday: It announced the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary, Tuesday, for hosting Oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, to discuss developments in the oil agreement between the center and the region and resolve the problems that hindered, as well as coordination between them and the ministry.
The committee member said Mahabs Razak told / information /, "The Commission on oil and energy parliamentary hosted a day, Oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to discuss ways of coordination between the Commission and the ministry.
Millionday: NOTE - ABOUT OIL AGREEMENT
Millionday: Mahabs "The Committee discussed with Abdul-Mahdi, the latest developments in the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil and solve problems that hinder this agreement.
The Oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi confirmed (Sunday, 17/05/2015) that the oil agreement between the central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government is still "respected" by all parties, but
Millionday: he pointed to a difference of interpretations, as pointed out that the financial difficulties taking place in Iraq make everyone as "case concerned".
Zamili announce the accession of the State law and the National Coalition in Wasit
Millionday: SO AS WE SEE THEY ARE WORKING TO RESOLVE AND WHAT MAHDI SEES IS FUNDS BEING GIVEN AND AGREED
Millionday: Iraq is taking OPEC’s strategy to defend its share of the global oil market to a new level.
The nation plans to boost crude exports by about 26 percent to a record 3.75 million barrels a day next month, according to shipping programs, signaling an escalation of OPEC strategy to undercut U.S. shale drillers in the current market rout.
The additional Iraqi oil is equal to about 800,000 barrels a day, or more than comes from OPEC member Qatar. The rest of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries is expected to rubber stamp its policy to maintain output levels at a meeting on June 5.
While shipping schedules aren’t a promise of future production, they are indicative of what may come.
Millionday: NOTE -- JUST PUTS ME TO MIND OF STATEMENT OF "WHOEVER HAS THE MOST TOYS WINS
Millionday: Defying the threat from Islamic State militants, Iraq has been ramping up exports from both the Shiite south – where companies like BP Plc and Royal Dutch Shell Plc operate – and the Kurdish region in the north, which last year reached a temporary compromise with the federal government on its right to sell crude independently.
Millionday: SO AS WE SEE THEY HAVE BEEN SPEEDING UP EXPORTS AS WELL -- GREAT FOR THEIR REGION
Millionday: NOTE -- FOR THE MARKET
Millionday: HUGE PORTIONTO SAY THE LEAST -- SMILE
Millionday: the House of Representatives held its regular day of the vote and the reading of a number of draft laws.
A reporter for the agency all of Iraq [where] that "the meeting was held under the chairmanship of Salim al-President of the Council and in the presence of 218 deputies."
It includes agenda of the meeting, according to the constitutional oath to the ministers of Industry and Minerals and Water Resources, and the vote on the draft of the Iraqi Media Network Act, read Committee of Awqaf and Religious Affairs report about the work of the Committee. "
It also includes "the first reading of the draft public holidays Act, and the second reading of the draft Fifth Amendment to the Law on Public Enterprises No. 22 Law for the year 1997, and the second reading of the draft treaties contract law."
The prime minister Haider al-Abadi had before last week's resignation of the ministers of Industry and Minerals Naseer al-Issawi, water resources Mohsen al-Shammari [align themselves to the Sad
Millionday: The senior source revealed to [where] that "the leading candidate for the post of Minister of Industry and Chairman of the Liberal bloc in Parliament [Mohammed al-Darraji] [a minister Construction and Housing in the previous government with the nomination of [Mohammed Alamchaoui] deputy governor of Babylon to the post of Minister of Water Resources. "
It is said that the Committee on Information and Culture Parliamentary announced last Saturday delivered a draft of the Iraqi Media Network, the law consists of 29 articles to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives for inclusion of the vote on the agenda sessions.
The Chairperson of the Committee for Maysoon al [where] "in the past have focused our efforts on the draft law of the Iraqi Media Network, and we introduced the bill to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives formally after making amendments to it" likely "to vote on the law this week,"
Millionday: SO THE AMENDMENTS ARE DONE -- THAT IS GREAT -- THIS JUST CAME OUT SO PARLIAMENT HAS IT NOW FOR A VOTE
Millionday: HERE WE GO LAST ONE ALL ABOUT MAJOR LAWS
Millionday: According to a parliamentary source, on Monday, that the leaders of parliamentary blocs and committees during their meeting they decided to display the Political Parties Act to a vote on Thursday.
The source said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The heads of parliamentary blocs and committees agreed during their meeting the President of the House of Representatives today Saleem al-Jubouri, the display parties law to a vote on Thursday during the next session."
Millionday: NOTE -- LAW OF PARTIES STILL ON THURSDAY -- SO MAY STILL STAND FOR THURSDAY -- IT IS THE NEXT SESSION
Millionday: The source, who asked not to be named, said: "There are two versions of the parties, the first government version of the law and by the great reviews, and the second sent by the Presidency of the Republic and include 80% of the proposals of the blocks but unread first reading and again, and thus been proposed launch print version Day five in order to agree upon. "
A parliamentary source, revealed on Monday, the start of a meeting of leaders of political blocs and parliamentary committees, headed by Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri to discuss and resolve the three laws, notably the National Guard Law.
Millionday: Council of Representatives of Iraq and ended during its 39th of the second legislative term legislative year, the first held in the 20th of May 2015, the second reading of the draft National Guard Law, as decided at its 28th, which was held in the 14th of May 2015, to postpone continue the second reading of a law on political parties .
The head of the House of Representatives, Saleem al-Jubouri confirmed, in (23 December 2014 from the past), that the legislation of the National Guard law will end the "debate" on the popular crowd and clans.
The Presidency of the Council of Representatives of Iraq decided during the 36th parliamentary session of the second legislative term of the first legislative year, which was held on the sixth of May 2015,
to postpone the vote on the draft of the Federal Court Act until further notice because of differences on paragraph 12 of the Act, which states that vote will be in two-thirds of the court members, while insisting the Kurdistan Alliance to be a vote of all members.
Millionday: SO AS WE SEE -- THIS WEEK IS STILL A GREAT WEEK WHEN IT COMES TO LAWS --- HUGE LAWS AT THAT -- ALSO THE BANKING NEWS IS NOTHING BUT PRODUCTIVE =-- LOVE IT
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