Walkingstick» October 18th, 2015,
10/18/2015 15:08 GMT
MP Faris Taha: Investment Law will be in the agenda of the meeting tomorrow, Monday and will be voted on
BAGHDAD - and babysit - MP Faris Taha: Investment Law will be in the agenda of the meeting tomorrow, Monday and will be voted on
To be continued ...
Aggiedad77: Of course a simple slight of hands, yesterday they said today, today they say tomorrow....where is Wimpy when you need him....I could use a hamburger.....so the Investment Law gets voted on Monday....like originally planned......so what did you do that was worthwhile today Parliament.....we are one day closer....but which direction did you step. Aloha Randy
Aggiedad77: Oh SWEET SWEET music.....Parliament rejects the resignation of one member of Parliament that would have likely paved the way for Maliki to rejoin Parliament thus, at least in his mind, provided immunity to him for the crimes he is accused of concerning the fall of Mosul last year in June.....(See Article Below)
This is a huge breath of fresh air from Parliament as a group to stand up and vote against such an action.....to me this SHOUTS their belief of Maliki's guilt for the before mentioned crimes....and besides even had he been let back into Parliament, I believe that PM Abadi's stance on such crimes would have ferreted him out of Parliament in the long run.....
So grab while the iron is hot and the noose is new.....no mention in this article of the vote on the Investment Law....maybe more later. Aloha Randy
Walkingstick: Parliament puts al-Maliki on the threshold of a dark tunnel refusing the resignation of Sinead
Baghdad-Iraq-Presse October -18: House of Representatives rejected, on Sunday, the resignation of MP for the coalition of state law Hassan Sinead.
Sinead and admitted to membership as an alternative candidate to Nuri al-Maliki in 2014 after the last full-time for the position of vice president who decided to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in August canceled.
According to informed sources, he said that "the resignation of Sinead came as a prelude to the return of al-Maliki to Iraq's parliament to ensure immunity Ngenbh legal accountability after charges petition addressed to him by the report on the fall of the city of Mosul in June of 2014 during his tenure as head of the former government, in addition to wave the parliamentary integrity files of corruption and waste billions of dollars demanded al-Maliki and his cabinet ministers in two suitcases in a row. "
Observers believe, that "the Parliament's rejection of the resignation of Sinead puts al-Maliki in a tight corner, especially after the President of the Republic said Fuad Masum, Sunday Ptaida for the decision to cancel the positions of three of his deputies (Nuri al-Maliki, and Osama Najafi, and Iyad Allawi).
Masum said in a statement to the Middle East, "I have no vice-presidents after parliament voted unanimously on a resolution the President of the Government to abolish those positions."
The House of Representatives held its regular, on Sunday, which saw the vote to reject the resignation of the President of the Council, headed by Sinead Saleem al-Jubouri, the presence of more than 200 deputies to discuss a number of laws on the agenda.
And the voice of the House of Representatives at the beginning of the meeting rejected the resignation of MP Hassan Sinead, and President of the Council referred to the Public Legal Committee to review it. "
In Scyak connected Parliament voted to accept the resignation of an MP for the province of Diyala Huda Mohammed Mahdi, leads to serenity Jarallah for the national coalition was sworn substitute for ".anthy (1)
walkingstick Urgent Council of Ministers approved the 2016 budget
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the Council of Ministers approved at its special session, on Sunday, the draft budget for fiscal 2016..itba law
Aggiedad77: This is a GREAT thing to read today....the COM approving the budget for the year 2016.....now hand this over to Parliament...and take heed of PM Abadi's request to keep your political fingers off the budget and get this passed in the soonest route possible.....
That means the Finance Committee should not be allowed to dwell on any aspect to the budget that they truly lack any control of, so Speaker Jubouri, keep those clowns under control....don't you have some kind of insight or oversight committee that can guard against the shenanigans of the Maliki sympathizers who still remain in Parliament....send them to a rubber room for safety purposes.....again stressing.....
DO NOT POLITICIZE this document, you are wasting valuable time if you do....concentrate on dates.....and stay focused on what you can control in the here and now. That is all.
EXOGEN: West prepares to end sanctions as Iran deal adopted
Barack Obama has ordered the US government to take steps towards lifting sanctions on Iran, in line with the nuclear deal struck between world powers and Tehran (AFP Photo/Brendan Smialowski)
Washington (AFP) - The United States and Europe began preparing to lift the trade sanctions that have hobbled the Iranian economy on Sunday as a historic nuclear deal came into effect.
The procedure to lift the embargo began 90 days after the UN Security Council endorsed the accord signed in Vienna in July, a milestone referred to as "Adoption Day."
But foreign firms will not be able to resume ties with Iran's oil industry and banks right away -- sanctions will remain in place until Iran fulfils its end of the bargain.
The next stage in the process -- "implementation day" -- will only come when UN nuclear watchdog the IAEA confirms Iran has dramatically scaled back its nuclear program.
Tehran will have to surrender or dilute the bulk of its enriched nuclear fuel stocks, dismantle most of its centrifuges and halt a reactor capable of making plutonium.
Only then will the sanctions "waivers" that US President Barack Obama ordered his administration to issue on Sunday come into effect and trade can begin to resume.
"If fully implemented, it will bring unprecedented insight and accountability to Iran's nuclear program forever," US Secretary of State John Kerry promised.
"This is an important day for all of us and a critical first step in the process of ensuring that Iran's nuclear program will be exclusively for peaceful purposes."
The European Union's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif were also expected to make "adoption day" statements.
Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran's nuclear agency, was awaiting President Hassan Rouhani's order to remove thousands of centrifuges from sites at Natanz and Fordo.
"What we need to accomplish is a huge task. We hope to start this week or next week," he told state television.
Dismantling the centrifuges, which enrich uranium, was part of a July 14 deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, between Iran and six world powers.
As well as slashing the number of centrifuges at Natanz and Fordo to around 6,000, Iran will have to satisfy the IAEA that its Arak reactor cannot be used for military purposes.
China has agreed to work with Iran and the United States to "modernize" Arak so that it cannot produce plutonium, which can be used in a bomb, US officials said.
Iran has always denied seeking a nuclear weapon, which would dramatically alter the balance of power in an already unstable and war-torn Middle East region.
"We will start our actions when the president gives the order," Salehi said of Rouhani, estimating that the work to comply with the JCPOA would take around two months.
- Less than two months -
With Iranian citizens restless for economic relief, Tehran has said it hopes "implementation day" will come quickly -- in less than two months -- but Washington is more cautious.
"For us it's important that it's done right, not that it's done quickly," a senior administration official told reporters. "We cannot imagine less than two months."
Some have voiced hope that, once the nuclear stand-off was out of the way, the United States and Iran could begin moves to improve relations in other domains.
But ties have, if anything, become more fraught, with Iran last week testing a ballistic missile and stepping up its military intervention to support Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
Hardliners in both the US Congress and the Iranian regime are opposed to a broader detente.
This week the United States will begin to issue waivers to companies seeking to trade with Iran in sectors touched by nuclear-related sanctions, such as transport, oil and banking.
"Those waivers will be out and issued so people will know what will be getting waived but it won't actually take effect until Iran completes its steps," the official said.
On Monday, envoys of the deal signatories -- Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States -- will meet in Vienna to form a commission to oversee the implementation of the JCPOA.
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