Harvesttime: There is a date of June 15th! ( See article below) Will someone who understands this article and date please explain. Thank you very much!
Aggiedad77: This June 15 date is at or near the 20 day extension the Iraqis were given on May 28 that Frank has talked about on the last couple of CC's.....
They have a specific time frame in which they are to approve the conditions that were given by the IMF......in fact we think they have already approved this conditions and they simply need to communicate that to the IMF....
Remember too that Frank has mentioned that the CBI is working together now with the Finance Committee in Parliament......they are getting their ducks lined up to insure these loans become a reality.....
Keep focused on what is going on with Fallujah and Mosul as well though....they too are key events in all that is happening in Iraq right now. Aloha Randy
Walkingstick: Tamimi: the government would agree to the terms of the IMF, including the imposition of a 15% tax on salaries
June 9, 2016
Confirmed the parliamentary finance committee member Majda al-Tamimi said, "the International Monetary Fund put a date ends on June 15 of the current month to the approval of the Iraqi government on the conditions for granting a loan of $ 5 billion and $ 400 million."
She said in a televised statement followed the agency of our economy News, that "the government would agree to fund the conditions to cover the great failure of running the state since 2003, so far," .msheerh that "Finance wants to impose a tax of up to 15% on salaries and stop the appointments until they repay the loan."
She said Tamimi, "The state revenues since 2003, has so far amounted to more than 855 billion and $ 279 million went one-third of the salaries of either other two-thirds have gone unheeded in the presence of the treasury empty for the time being," noting that "Maatmtlleke state now billion dollars only."
She explained that "priority IMF loan goes to oil companies that want 4 billion and $ 600 million and the higher corporate profits increased corrupt incentives in the absence of any accountability to anyone causing the waste of money."
Revealed Tamimi for "The money smuggled volume reached more than 50% of the auction currency," indicating that "state revenues for the months of January and February amounted to 3 billion and 269 million dollars were sold more than two billion and 500 million dollars of central bank reserves." LINK
Aggiedad77: One by one the villages are being cleared of DAASH/ISIS elements.....one by one the neighborhoods are being wiped clean of DAASH/ISIS presence......they have edited.....they cleanse.....they mop up......these steps will make it safe for the citizens to return to their homes once again......to new freedoms.....to a new Iraq......it is happening right before our eyes....the evil dissolves and the good will hold strong and win....as God demands. Aloha Randy
Frank26: Reposted from Wednesday PM 6-8-16Video #1:
Don961: LONG OVERDUE….the street folks know who's been robbing them blind .... and who is still trying to block reforms ..... trying to hide behind their positions in government .... the clock is ticking ..... IMO
Dnari131: , these are just p'd off Iraqi's overall. Iraqi's on the ground from what I've been reading and seeing their comments have reached their limit.
Fallajuh/Mosul is important to them and at the same time they feel ISIS is in the government green zone too. At what point is enough enough. We can wait patiently following and researching but they are living the madness everyday as we know.
Fed court ruling delayed Again...20+ years and counting waiting patiently. If anything Sadr/Sistani have been SLOWING the citizens down from "going off" 100% up to now burning it all to the ground going back to last summer. However, the citizens imo are about to start doing their own thing.
The heat wave in Iraq is coming too and they want these delayed reforms done that were due last summer as we know. As far as I'm concerned any delays probably gonna come with consequences versus years past with or without the clerics Sistani and Sadr involved in the matter.
Iraqi's are laughing and cursing Maliiki reading their comments. At the same time months ago Sadr said the corrupt will be removed one way or another. The protests haven't stopped they just haven't been reported in the mainstream news over the past month or so til now being leaked.
IMO all this speeds up and/or keeps the narrative and needed reforms moving forward including the purchasing power increase rate change...imo... D
Walkingstick: Pictures .. Sadrists closing the headquarters of al-Maliki and al-Jaafari and al-Hakim in the southern provinces
The southern governorates of Iraq-Press -9 in June: performs activists to follow the Sadrist campaign to close the headquarters of political parties in the southern provinces, as a "disruptive for reform".
Said activist and media Saif Al-Khayat, he said that "young Iraqi popular revolution closed the headquarters of the Islamic call of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's party, the Virtue Party of the reference Mohammed al-Yacoubi, and the headquarters of the Islamic Supreme Council of Ammar al-Hakim, and the headquarters of the Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, the reform movement in the province of Maysan ".
Khayat said that "young people in the province of Dhi Qar they prevented staff from reaching the House of Representatives Office of the province," noting that "the title that moves whereby demonstrators quite clear, which is targeting disruptive reform the political forces and the fight against corruption, which is the most important variable in the protest movement." .
In a related context, he said a member of the citizen mass led by Ammar al-Hakim Mohammed Jamil al-Mayahi, said that "these moves portend Saddam-Shiite", describing the "institutions that have targeted the headquarters of parties and thugs."
He Mayahi that "all parties have their audience and this is limited to only the followers of cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, though everyone has a weapon and the ability to reply, but the circumstances and the continued momentum of the battle of Fallujah requires us to silence."
Political considered a close associate of Amar al-Hakim that any spark will burn everyone, noting that "reform can not be achieved by chaos and the disruption of state institutions."
At the same time, specialized Iraqi militant group has been able to pirate websites to penetrate the Iraqi Council of Representatives and the President of state law, Nuri al-Maliki site and posted pictures of the victims of the demonstrations taking place in Iraq who were shot dead by security forces after raiding the Green Zone.
Muqtada al-Sadr had called for Wednesday, to participate in the demonstrations calling for reform and an end to the quota system in the month of Ramadan, describing Altzhard as "a kind of worship" .anthy (1)