[millionday] Iraq participated in the meeting of the Security Council on the humanitarian situation of the Syrian crisis and its repercussions on regional security Baghdad, Iraq participated, on Thursday, the UN Security Council meeting to discuss the humanitarian needs of refugees and Syrian Syrian crisis impact on regional security. The invitation comes as Iraq by France, President of the current session of the Security Council
[millionday] know that the security council meeting is about syria when some one tells you different --
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[millionday] MP, Jawad al-Shihili, of Ahrar bloc announced that “The General Amnesty Law will be discussed by the parliament during the next week.” Speaking to Iraqi News (IraqiNews.com), he said “The law draft will be involved in the parliament sessions’ agenda of next week.” “The session of last Thursday was normal but not that of much importance,” he added. Concerning postponing the vote over the Infrastructure Law, he assured “Basically, it is rejected because it will cost the government a lot of funds which is illogical.” Earlier, the parliament postponed voting on the general amnesty law draft due to disputes among the political blocs.
[millionday] they meet on monday but not sure if the schedule has themn meeting sooner -- still looking
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[millionday] Baghdad, Deputy dialogue Coalition Iraqi Thamer Al-alwani, current political situations that are best for the national meeting and come up with positive results solve political problems. In a statement, said Al-alwani (News Agency news) on Friday that the current political situation the best times for a national meeting of a keen political blocs to resolve differences and unite to prevent the impact of Iraq with consequences in the area of unrest. Said: the Deputy Prime Minister for services Affairs Saleh Al-mutlaq is a positive gesture during his return to Office to resolve differences and worked on harmony between political blocs.
[belabun] millionday Talabani will return within ten days .. and will cost people to lead the national mee Said the Messenger: Talabani will return within ten days .. and will cost people to lead the national meeting since delayed his return 31/8/2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment - Baghdad (news) was likely MP for the coalition of Kurdish blocs happy messenger, that president assigns people to lead the national meeting since delayed his return, expected to return within ten days from the beginning of next month. Rasul said in a statement (of the Agency news): The President Jalal Talabani is likely to return during the first ten days of next month to invite the political blocs to meet national and resolving outstanding problems. added: that Talabani and as protector of the Constitution and has powers of being able to resolve the outstanding problems but if delayed treatment do not mind the mandate of someone irreplaceable to be within orientations and recommendations. said MP for the coalition of Kurdish blocs to: that the solution to the problems depends on the sincerity of the political blocs. waiting for the political blocs return of President Jalal Talabani, to hold a national meeting, to alleviate or solve the crisis a year ago. Talabani will return within ten days .. and will cost people to lead the national mee Said the Messenger: Talabani will return within ten days .. and will cost people to lead the national meeting since delayed his return 3
[millionday] i believe we have already established by the news he is there -- hmmm
[millionday] things that make you go hmmm
[ROBINREDHED] millionday wonder why the subterfuge
[millionday] maybe have the meeting and not broadcast
[sisterbreen] millionday have art that says And Baghdad, Independent News Agency / Zahra Hassani ... Meet President Jalal Talabani with Kurdistan leader Massoud Barzani afternoon in the province of Sulaymaniyah. The president had traveled to Berlin about two months in a therapeutic trip to Germany and is expected to discussion during the meeting, the outstanding political issues between the Centre and the territorial government.
[sisterbreen] meeta this afternoon
[belabun] millionday yes, puzzlement, we rather felt it had to do with succession in case of expiratiion, or incapacity. His son was , we thought, a bit ago when son resigned , thought was in line to take over until election and take over his position. if so.
[shiek] sisterbreen He met wed. this week per that article
[millionday] thats what i have as well --- talabani is obviously there -- strange that they would say he wasnt unless they planned on him coming home 10 days ago -- which is what it probably means
[belabun] ROBINREDHED millionday 0- this is the area questioning, sounds as if successor Talabani and as protector of the Constitution and has powers of being able to resolve the outstanding problems but if delayed treatment do not mind the mandate of someone irreplaceable to be within orientations and recommendations.
[millionday] remember we expected him a couple weeks ago
[belabun] in case he is unable to continue due to health
[millionday] expected him a couple weeks ago i mean
[millionday] he cant have meetings without being there though
[belabun] video conf?
[millionday] the kurd news had this meeting coming up too though -- so i believe he is back
[millionday] no he is there hun
[millionday] in flesh
[millionday] meeting in kurdistan --
[jimplants] millionday he has privite security and he is there
[ROBINREDHED] millionday thats what i have heard also
[millionday] lots of attacks going on right now --
[millionday] jimplants right -- strange that they said he wasnt when we have in the news he is having meetings
[millionday] Iraqi MP added: when we reform paper they hope to get out of the political problems, noting that the crisis will affect survival work organizations and reflected on the Iraqi citizen service. Iraqi political arena attest, many bilateral meetings between leaders of the blocks didn't come out any final agreement between the parties on the mechanism for resolving problems, continued questioning of clusters that met in (Arbil-Najaf) coalition's reform paper.
[millionday] Iraq's Kurdistan is ready to restart negotiations with Baghdad to end a political crisis, focussing on a long-delayed oil law to hand regional authorities more say in managing energy resources, Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister Rosh Nuri al-Shawish, a Kurd, said. The positive tone from Shawish signalled the Shi'ite-led central government and self-governed Kurdistan may be edging towards easing their dispute over oil, territory and power-sharing that is straining Iraq's uneasy federal union.
[millionday] Approving this draft and adding some amendments which are agreed on by all parties ... is the proper way to resolve this," the deputy prime minister, one of the go-betweens for talks between Baghdad and Kurdistan, said in an interview. Shawish said Kurdish officials had met with the head of the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's Shi'ite National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, for preliminary talks, and the atmosphere had improved enough for them to see room for progress. Shawish told Reuters Kurdistan believes the oil disputes can be resolved through an amended 2007 draft of an oil and gas law, which all parties had agreed to previously
[millionday] Amnesty International called Thursday for Iraq to issue a moratorium on its use of the death penalty and commute all death sentences after Baghdad said it had executed 26 people this week. The executions, which brought to at least 96 the number of people executed this year, were a “significant and worrying increase compared to the previous year” when at least 68 people were executed, the London-based rights group said in a statement. “Many trials of those sentenced to death failed to meet international standards for fair trials, including that ‘confessions’ obtained under torture or other ill-treatment had been used as evidence against them,” it said.
[millionday] Some Iraqi television stations continue to broadcast self-incriminating testimonies of detainees even before the opening of a trial, undermining the fundamental right of defendants to be considered innocent until proven guilty.” “Amnesty International is urging the Iraqi authorities to refrain from using the death penalty, commute all death sentences to terms of imprisonment and declare a moratorium on executions,” the statement said. Iraq executed 21 people, including three women and one Saudi national Monday, and five more people, including a Syria national, Wednesday, a justice ministry spokesman said
[usmcvet82] Cleaning House
[millionday] terrible to see people executed without even a fair trial
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