PIF News Update & His Opinion Emailed To Recaps
FRIDAY AUGUST 8TH HERE IS MY OPINION,
I HAVE BEEN WATCHING CNN LAST NIGHT AND TODAY INSTEAD OF AL ARABIYA TV AND IN LISTENING TO DIFFERENT STATESMEN AND FORMER GENERALS WITH THEIR OPINIONS I DO BELIEVE WE HAVE A PRIME MINISTER.
WE WILL NOT SEE WHO IT IS UNTIL SUNDAY I’M SURE BUT OBAMA WAS BEING KNOCKED AROUND ON CNN FOR PUTTING CONTINGENCIES ON AID TO IRAQ. FOR WAITING ON AIR STRIKES UNTIL THEIR GOVERNMENT WAS FORMED.
I FEEL AT THE VERY LEAST WE WILL NOT BE WAITING VERY LONG THIS TIME, THERE WILL BE NO MORE POSTPONEMENTS AND WE WILL SEE THE PRIME MINISTER ON SUNDAY.
I ALSO JUST HEARD ON CNN THE POSSIBILITY OF ORGANIZING A COALITION OF SEVERAL COUNTRIES (WHICH GETS REAL TRICKY REAL FAST) TO SEND COMBAT TROOPS IN AND ADDRESS THIS DAASH ISSUE VERY FAST.
THAT LINES UP WITH THE EMERGENCY CLOSED DOOR SECURITY COUNCIL MEETINGS LAST NIGHT.
SO FAR FRANCE AND ITALY CALLED FOR MEETINGS WITH THE SECURITY COUNCIL AND WE HAVE SEEN SEVERAL OTHER COUNTRIES OVER THE PAST 2 WEEKS (IN YOUR NOTES TOO) TAKE AUDIENCE WITH PRESIDENT FUAD AND OFFER SUPPORT TO ELIMINATE DAASH.
WITH A COLLECTIVE EFFORT THIS CAN BE DONE IN 2 DAYS.
LAST NIGHT WE ALSO READ THE CHIEF OF IRAQI FORCES TELLING US THE NEXT 48 HOURS WILL BE CRUCIAL. ‘
IRAN HAS BEEN MORE THAN ANXIOUS TO HELP RID IRAQ OF DAASH BUT HAS PUT ON A SHORT LEASH SO FAR.
ANYWAY WHAT DOES ALL THIS MEAN TO US…..
I THINK AS HARD AS IT TO BELIEVE I THINK WE ARE QUICKLY APPROACHING STABILITY ON EVERY FRONT
DO NOT LET ANY OF THIS GET YOU DOWN TO FAR.
IN THE NEXT COMING HOURS MANY THINGS ARE GONG TO HAPPEN I THINK AND HAPPEN VERY FAST.
I DON’T MEAN RV, I MEAN TO GET THE COUNTRY STABLE. THE REST WILL BE UP TO THE CBI.
AGAIN THIS IS JUST MY 25 CENTS WORTH OF OPINION. SO WE SIT AND WE WATCH, I WILL REMAIN BETWEEN AL ARABIYA AND CNN AND CONTINUE TO BRING YOU THE MOST RELIABLE NEWS REPORTS I CAN FIND.
NOW LET’S GET SET UP FOR THE NEWS….
Text of Obama's statement on air strikes in Iraq
Associated Press http://news.yahoo.com/text-obamas-statement-air-strikes-iraq-023401508.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
God bless our armed forces, and God bless the United States of America."
" These are the times that try men's souls; the summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph." T. Payne
URGENT: Maliki breaks his promise with INA to give up 3rd term nomination for Prime Minister
August 7, 2014 Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) Political sources of the Iraqi National Alliance announced that the alliance does not trust Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki who reneged on his promise to give up the Prime Minister nomination for a 3rd term in return for some concessions.
Those sources, who declined to be named, revealed that al-Maliki had requested from the INA, in return for the withdrawal of candidacy, the position of Vice President, a large personal security detail and authority over the Defense Ministry for at least two months,
until Iraqi Security Forces regain full control of the provinces of Nineveh, Salahuddin and Anbar in addition to other privileges which were accepted by the Iraqi National Alliance,
however, he surprised them by reneging on his promise.
IraqiNews.com was first to break the news of the deal as revealed on July 30, 2014: Prime Minister Maliki withdraws from 3rd term candidacy, National Alliance nominates 5 candidates says MP al-Saadi
According to inside sources, the commander of Iran’s al-Quds Force, Qassem Soleimani, who is in charge of the Iraq issue, told Al Maliki about Iran’s desire in abandon his candidacy for a 3rd term.
As a result of these statements, Al Maliki insisted on his candidacy for Prime Minister against the wishes of Tehran and the Religious Authority that has the same opinion.
Chairman of the block's (et) our meeting the president did not come out the results
By Khabaar Khaba eight twelve a.m. 8.7.2014 Brother Sam and Mullah
The head of the Kurdistan Islamic Union bloc Muthana Amin said that "the meeting of heads of political blocs Fuad Masum, the president did not come out the results, pointing out that" the shortened meeting to address the constitutional timings for naming the prime minister. "
He said Amin in a statement singled out by the reporter Agency for News News (et) that the controversy still Qaúim between the political blocs and the National Alliance to name the biggest bloc, and naming the prime ministerial candidate, pointing out "that all political blocs expressed their views in this regard and how to get out of this impasse". "
He said Amin "regret expressed through the words our focus on the person without focusing on the national program, which saves the government of Iraq from this deterioration, stressing" the need to choose a candidate Ahouda national consensus to rid Iraq of these crises. "
He had decided to President of the Republic and Parliament Fuad Masum, and Salim al-Jubouri, a meeting, Thursday evening, to discuss the mechanism of declaration of the largest parliamentary bloc in the presence of Vice-Chairman of the House of Representatives.
Promised House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri and President Fuad Masum, heads Ketlfa Earlier on Thursday, a meeting to discuss the biggest bloc.
Terms of Kurdish participation in the next Iraqi government
Fallujah News / Erbil ... in addition to not nominate Maliki for a third term, revealed MPs Kurds in the Iraqi parliament prerequisites for the participation of the Kurds in the composition of the next Iraqi government,
respect of the first to send the Iraqi government to the region's share of the financial budget for Iraq, including the salaries of the Peshmerga,
in addition to undertaking approval to conduct a referendum in the disputed areas and covered by Article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution, which controlled most of the Peshmerga forces.
He stressed member of the Iraqi Council of Representatives on the mass change Derbaz Mohammed on the need to 'undertake the Iraqi government to dissolve the outstanding problems between them and the Government of the Territory, before talking about the formation of the Iraqi government',
explaining that 'the Kurds prerequisites for participation in the political process in Iraq, respect of the first to send the Iraqi government to the region's share of the financial budget for Iraq, including the salaries of the Peshmerga,
in addition to the pledge agreeing to conduct a referendum in the disputed areas and covered by Article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution.
And Mohammed added that 'representatives of the Kurds in Baghdad are trying to reach an agreement with the Iraqi government on two conditions mentioned, and if Baghdad did not comply with them there would be no meaning to post the Kurds in Iraq's political process.
Obama’s Speech: The Kurds Win Where Maliki Failed By Ako Mohammed
Several hours ago US President Barack Obama delivered a speech about the situation in Iraq, particularly the plight of the Yezidi Kurds stranded on Mount Shingal for nearly a week.
He said that Washington would act to prevent a genocide by the terrorist Islamic State (IS/ISIS) against innocent Yezidi women and children. And he said that the American air force would conduct air strikes against any IS advance towards the Kurdistan Region, where US diplomats, civilians and military advisors are based.
In Obama’s speech the efforts of the Kurdish president and prime minister to win international support for the Kurds against IS bore fruit, giving Kurdistan a diplomatic boost.
Obama’s speech and his authorization of air strikes against the Islamist group will boost global backing for the Kurds against the expansionist and murderous group.
The Kurdish leadership achieved a great success in winning allies against IS, something Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki could not do, despite all his efforts.
The liberation of the Kurdistan Region was also achieved by the international reaction to the crimes of Saddam Hussein against the Kurds in 1991. Later on, by pursuing a careful policy Erbil managed to win regional and international recognition.
The Kurds themselves struggled hard, sacrificed and did what they could. But they needed world support, and they still do.
Obama’s speech and the promise of air superiority in the fight mean that Kurdistan will win the war against the Islamic State. And with that support the Peshmerga forces and Kurdish diplomacy will save the entire region from the threat of this extremist group.
IT APPEARS TO ME FROM THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE THAT ONE ISSUE / AMENDMENT TO THE FEDERAL COURTS LAW IS THE SELECTION PROCESS FOR JUDGES
The head of the Virtue Ammar Tohme: We demand the granting of jurisprudence experts in the Federal Court the power to
Thu Aug 07 2014 17:34 | (Voice of Iraq) Press Release
The head of the Virtue Ammar Tohme: We demand the granting of jurisprudence experts in the Federal Court the validity of the final say constitutionally guaranteed to them in determining the matching law for the law or not.
We demand the granting of experts in the jurisprudence of the Federal Court the validity of the final say constitutionally guaranteed to them in determining the matching law for the law or not and what is in line with articles Aldstureten (first 93) and Article (2-a).
And the philosophy of the existence of jurisprudence experts in the Federal Court arising from the possession of specialization and the surround legal provisions and there are no mechanisms in the law to give the vote to people on the fact that this law identical or contrary to the law of significance or bind but scholars qualified who have the civil prove the fact that the referee legit or not in conformity with the law .
And we demand that the vote will be on the members of the Federal Court by the Board of Deputies and an absolute majority of its members and is not true that are selected through an agreement presidency, ministers and parliament and the judiciary because it is contrary to Article 61 of the Constitution either give indications Almtabqah or measured first.
* MEANING AT THE VERY LEAST, I SHOULD THINK, THAT THE BUDGET, IN CURRENT FORM, IS NOT ACCEPTABLE OR READY TO BE " READ " BEFORE THE PARLIAMENT, BUT WHAT CHANGE(S) ? *
AND SEE ALSO - Net: The government will review the observations of Parliament on the budget : http://translate.google.com/translate?depth=1&hl=en&rurl=translate.google.com&sandbox=0&sl=ar&tl=en&u=http://www.faceiraq.com/inews.php%3Fid%3D2952560
AS OF EARLY THIS MORNING IT SEEMS THE SECURITY COUNCIL IS GATHERING ITS WAGONS. MOON CALLS ON EVERYONE IN THE COUNCIL WHO HAVE THE INFLUENCE AND RESOURCES TO IMPACT POSITIVELY ON THE SITUATION TO DO SO!
Ki-moon and the Security Council: Addressing progress "Daash" in Iraq
By adminmo 08/08/2014 01:16
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the Security Council, the international community to assist the Government and people of Iraq in addressing the progress achieved by the organization "Daash" in the north of the country.
The Security Council held an emergency meeting after the progress militants organize "Daash" towards the capital of the Kurdish region, forcing thousands of Christians to flee for themselves in an attack that sparked talk of Western military intervention.
The Reuters news agency quoted from the British ambassador to the United Nations, the Security Council president for the current month Mark Lyall Grant was quoted as saying that he "will be distributed later in the fifteen members of the council a draft resolution that seeks to address the threat posed by the organization of the Islamic state."
"The draft, which expressed the hope that is being negotiated in the coming days identify practical steps to address the financing and recruitment for the organization of the Islamic state and suggests the inclusion of the main leaders of the organization in the system of the UN Security Council for sanctions-Qaeda."
For his part, called on UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in his statement, "the international community and especially those who have the influence and resources to impact positively on the situation to support the Government and people of Iraq, and do everything in their power to alleviate the suffering of the people affected by the current conflict in Iraq."
The Security Council echoed Ban's call and condemned "the systematic persecution of members of the minority population and those who reject the extremist ideology of the organization of the Islamic state and armed groups associated with it."