walkongstick : Maliki calls for "federal" to intervene to cancel the adjournment of the meeting
By Khabaar Khaba 7/7/2014 5:33 a.m. | Brother - Baghdad
He called for a coalition of state law, Abdul Salam al-Maliki, on Monday, the Federal Court to intervene and compel Prime Age Mehdi al-Hafez cancel its decision to postpone the parliamentary session, or to set a date soon for the election of the Speaker and his deputies, noting that "the postponement of the parliamentary session to the 12th of next month is a constitutional violation and clear and frank.
Frank26: Hey M !!! ........ Leave me out of it.........
I can just hear it ........... FRANK26 ....... The GOI is NOT going to sit !!!
Look .......... These GOI politicians KNOW very well what USA wants from M .......... So they keep this want away from M's accomplishments.
Why? To tease?
LOL no but ......... Mainly to SCARE M and cause him NOT to satisfy AoP. Like children this .......Revengeful act of mutiny is simply their way of continual dislike of M.
USA DEMANDS a Parl/GOI .......... These politicians that hate M and do NOT want him as part of The GOI know this .......... So they take advantage of discouraging it's formation to put M deeper in trouble with .......... US!
Then the media takes whatever is thrown in their direction as scraps and MANY consume it as if it were of any substantial value. Leaving them with an upset belly.
Eventually they will sit and pass a Gas Law with many others. Until then these midget minded brains will just pass gas ........... Stinking M and the Parl up.
Stay in constant prayer KTFA Family ........... Be Strong ......... BE SMART !
Aloha from my Spirit.........
BTW ......... Last night's Prayer CC was Wonderful .......
Egypt: The Iraqi government announced its readiness to support our economy
Tomorrow's Press / Baghdad: The Assistant Egyptian Foreign Minister washed-out full, on Monday, the Iraqi government announced its readiness to support the Egyptian economy, while noting that Egypt welcomed this openness and called for expansion of cooperation with Iraq.
Kamel said during a news conference in Cairo, I followed "tomorrow Press", "The cooperation of the Iraqi Egyptian must take other dimensions after the end of the political instability in Egypt to strengthen cooperation in all fields," stressing that "the Iraqi government announced to Cairo for their willingness to assist in the development of The development of the economy during a meeting gathered with Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Hussain al-Shahristani in Baghdad. "
"We've moved to the Egyptian government's desire to enter Iraq, Egyptian companies and the development of cooperation between Egyptian businessmen and the Iraqis to diversify and expand the private sector in Iraq has welcomed this openness and called on the Egyptian economic sectors to expand its cooperation with Iraq in order to develop bilateral economic."
It is noteworthy that there are several trade agreements between Iraq and Egypt, but did not take the space of a good implementation because of instability experienced by countries several years ago. LINK
Frank26: FRANK26 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THEY ARE NOT GOING TO SIT !!!!!!!!!!!!!
I could care less because my TEAMS only care about the IQD's MR and amazing continual ........ LAVA FLOW !
Look ........ Understand .......... Realize what Egypt is TELLING The World ........... BANKS !!
KTFA Family .......... To do this at 1166 is a mathematical impossibility !!!
Praise God we are Smarter Family ............. Amen.
Sager » July 7th, 2014, For Iraq to be ready to support Egypt's economy means they are ready NOW, or they wouldn't announce it in the first place! Good Stuff!!!
walkingstick » July 7th, 2014,
France hits out at dollar dominance in international transactions
By Michael Stothard in Aix-en-Provence July 6, 2014 6:50 pm
France’s political and business establishment has hit out against the hegemony of the dollar in international transactions after US authorities fined BNP Paribas $9bn for helping countries avoid sanctions.
Michel Sapin, the French finance minister, called for a “rebalancing” of the currencies used for global payments, saying the BNP Paribas case should “make us realise the necessity of using a variety of currencies”.
He said, in an interview with the Financial Times on the sidelines of a weekend economics conference: “We [Europeans] are selling to ourselves in dollars, for instance when we sell planes. Is that necessary? I don’t think so. I think a rebalancing is possible and necessary, not just regarding the euro but also for the big currencies of the emerging countries, which account for more and more of global trade.”
Christophe de Margerie, the chief executive of Total, France’s biggest company by market capitalisation, said he saw no reason for oil purchases to be made in dollars, even if the benchmark price in dollars was likely to remain.
“The price of a barrel of oil is quoted in dollars,” he said. “A refinery can take that price and using the euro-dollar exchange rate on any given day, agree to make the payment in euros.”
One chief executive of a CAC 40 industrial group said he supported Mr Sapin’s push.
“Companies like ours are in a bind because we sell a lot in dollars but we do not always want to deal with all the US rules and regulations,” he said.
The uproar over the BNP fine at the usually sedate Cercle des Economistes conference in Aix-en-Provence highlighted what has become yet another friction point in transatlantic relations.
French officials lobbied heavily on behalf of the country’s largest bank and argued that BNP broke no European rules, prompting a debate about whether it had been the victim of US judicial over-reach.
Mr Sapin said he would raise the need for a weightier alternative to the dollar with fellow eurozone finance ministers when they meet in Brussels on Monday, although he declined to go into detail about what practical steps might emerge.
More than half of cross-border loans and deposits are transacted in dollars and in the last global survey of the $5tn a day foreign exchange market, the dollar was on one side of 87 per cent of all trades. Despite efforts to diversify, many central banks say that they still see no real alternative to the safety and liquidity of the US Treasury market, and hold more than 60 per cent of their reserves in dollars.
A senior French official cast doubt on the government’s ability to stimulate the further use of the euro in international trade: “In the end it is hard to know what they can really do. The market really decides these things.”
Mr Sapin on Sunday reiterated comments made last week that the French government was willing to sell some of the €100bn of corporate shareholdings, taking more of an “active management” over its stakes.
He declined to comment on the scale or pace of the sales but said the money would be used “for reducing the debt, for helping to finance our economy, the energy transition and housing”.
When asked about the possible return to politics of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, Mr Sapin said: “That’s his business, that’s his choice and that of his friends. What is clear to me though is that Nicolas Sarkozy has really not changed.”
His comments followed Mr Sarkozy’s detention last week for questioning by an anti-corruption court, which prompted the former UMP leader to make a formal televised riposte.
Zerb: ty newshounds...this is a very telling article...foreshadowing of the fall of dominance of the USD in world transactions. Total is a huge oil company in France. The decisions our govt is making will be the demise of the dollars dominance around the world. Not to mention look what France is doing to all it's citizens...politicians will never wake up!
Family aren't you glad we have this vantage point here at KTFA? Lord Jesus thank you for bringing me to KTFAlways Christian University to study with The Lord and learn the truths about International BS! Amen
Family, can you handle the real truth? We'll leave the light on for ya!
Frank26: Hmmm............ I was just thinking that ......... Amen indeed.
masterqbj1921 : Well Turki this is about as stable Iraq GOI has ever been or ever will be so be so kind and provide us with an international rate.
The GOI may not be stable and seated in the western democratic sense, but for Iraq this is as good as it get. The only way anything gets done in this country is by dictatorship. Lets face it they were more prosperous with Saddam in office even on down to the worth of the countries currency.
I mean why not push the complete seating of the GOI off to next month, the politicians are not the ones suffering, they live in their million dollar homes off in other countries they can commit any crime they see fit for personal agendas.
Whats their motivation to even speed this process up, they get paid plus full benefits regardless if they do their jobs or not. The problem with these politicians is they cant see pass the present and their pockets. I wish that they could only model themselves from the Arabs of Dubai.
Frank26: Excellent Post ...... IMO .
moneytalks1 » July 7th, 2014, Good morning Frank,
Does the GOi really need to sit for a rate? What is Turki waiting for? Xmas!!! I know the Goi are being silly little boys but surely the CBI has had enough and should get on with the show. Chow.
Frank26: Friend............. If Your Wife Loved another ............ Would You go on with Your marriage ?
The politicians are too in love with MONEY ........... Not the CBI and her MR of their MONEY!
It will form .......... But as I said ....... They will use all 45 days to do so and more if they can squeeze them out of the AoP.
KTFA, Frank.... Don't be late for chow.........
walkongstick: 07/07/2014 17:48
Dawa Party refuses to postpone the parliamentary session and the House of Representatives calling for an urgent meeting
BAGHDAD / obelisk: the rejection of the Islamic Dawa Party, on Monday, the House of Representatives to postpone the hearing, which was postponed to the 12th of next month after it was scheduled to be held tomorrow, the House of Representatives calling for an urgent meeting to vote on the selection of the President of the new parliament.
He said the Islamic Dawa Party in a press statement received "obelisk" a copy of it, he "expresses its categorical rejection of the postponement of the session of the House and overtaking on the timings constitutional," calling "the House of Representatives for an urgent meeting to reach an agreement and vote on the Presidency of the Council of Representatives."
and called for political blocs and the House of Representatives to "assume their responsibilities and national constitutional to save the country from terrorist attack fierce."
It is said that Hafiz session for new Council of Representatives to August 12 next, while explaining the postponement request blocs that there is no political consensus on the nomination of candidates for the three presidencies.
An alliance of national forces has revealed, on Monday, he had not been an agreement to provide its candidate for the presidency of the parliament, and while pointing out that he will not be providing the name of the candidate formally only in the framework of a final agreement to nominate candidates for the three presidencies, speaking on condition to provide the National Alliance candidate for the presidency Minister.
It is noteworthy that a member of a coalition of state law, Abbas al-Bayati has confirmed, on Sunday, that the Sunni bloc had not submitted its candidate for the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to end now.
It is noteworthy that a coalition of national forces has revealed, on Sunday, announced the launch of new names within the Sunni political blocs in addition to the name of the candidate Salim al for the position of Speaker of the House.
The MP of the coalition of national forces Salah al-Jubouri has confirmed, on Saturday, providing a mass candidate Salim al for the post of Speaker of the House, at the Council meeting scheduled for next Tuesday.
A source familiar, on the thirtieth of June, as it was agreed on the choice of Salim al-chairman of the parliament compete with Hamoudi and Hussein al-Shahristani, the first deputy. LINK
Frank26: LOL.......... Oh These Silly Rabbits !!!
walkingstick » July 7th, 2014,
Hindawi: postponement of Tuesday's session to try to prevent al-Maliki to form a government
Published on Monday, July 7, 2014 14:47
BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - A member of a coalition of state law Mohammed al-Hindawi, to postpone the hearing of the House of Representatives, to try to prevent the prime minister, Nuri al-Maliki to form a new government .
Said Hindawi's (IMN ) , that "if the Council convened, it was not to be, however, cost Mr. al-Maliki to form a government because the candidate of the biggest winners in the elections will be announced as a candidate of the rule of law and not of the National Alliance even got ripped off, Mr. al-Maliki for the National Alliance will become the block the largest in the Council and this allows blocks of the National Alliance and other blocs . "
It was scheduled to hold the House of Representatives, on Tuesday, its second in the new legislative session is that the prime age Mehdi al-Hafez announced to postpone the hearing to August 12 was postponed to the next President of the Age Mehdi al-Hafez.
From: Ibrahim Saleh, Edit: Laith Mohammed Reza, n: Sachs