(Thank You My Ladies for Sending this to Recaps today. My Ladies comments are in caps and italics)
MY LADIES: GOOD THURSDAY MORNING EVERYONE. HOW ARE WE DOING WITH ALL THIS ANTICIPATION?
WE JUST NEED TO REMAIN CALM AND BREATHE . EVERYTHING IS MOVING ALONG SLOWLY BUT STEADILY ON THE RIGHT TRACK.
HERE IS THE SPEECH FROM THIS MORNING. ABADI IS ADDRESSING THE ISSUES OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR AND FUTURE PLANS.
THIS WAS SOMETHING WE HAVE KNOWN ABOUT FOR MONTHS ALREADY ALL HE DID WAS GATHERED ALL THE THINGS THAT NEED TO BE DONE AND PUT THEM INTO ONE ADDRESS. HE SAYS THESE ARE ALL THINGS TO COME AND EVERYONE NEEDS TO BE PATIENT.
Abadi called an initiative to develop the private sector and confirms: we will come out of the crisis, but they need to be patient [Expanded]
Thu, February 12, 2015 12:58
Fired Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Thursday, an initiative to develop the private sector in Iraq, "stressing that" Iraq will emerge Aouky of economic and security Ozmteh but they need to be patient. "
Ebadi said at a conference of private sector development strategy announcement in Iraq was held in the capital, Baghdad, said "put the initiative now to the presence of opportunity to do so and despite suffering a decline in oil prices, but must ask the problems to find solutions and initiative to develop the private sector is to diversify our resources and plurality."
He stressed Abadi "the need to be Iraq's national income largely dependent on the private sector because our dependence on oil with the collapse of oil prices led to a significant imbalance in our budget and if we stayed on one element of the income we will be vulnerable to international fluctuations outside our will, and this is what happened in this year's collapse Oil prices fell half Aiardtna. "
The new prime minister, "his assertion that Iraq is not bankrupt the state, but a strong country with her children and will not allow this country to decline the service and retirement, but we need to be patient and be citizens of patience, success and development is coming and if we move economic reform can overcome the crisis, but we are optimistic and full confidence to override them."
Abadi called "All workers in the state sector to work, the business is disabled is not a solution and pretend though he right for them, but also not a solution and we have patience and continue to work and prepare citizens by the end of the day that we will emerge economically and security stronger and the results of our steps clear in this regard and will list sources of our income and improve living standards and opportunities work will increase the private sector in providing front-runner because the state provides convincing unemployment will not be until the level of production. "
He pointed out that "this strategy is part of the government program and Mtlsmon by the fact that the private sector plays an important role in the economic life and the movement of the economy and everyone knows there are important matters regarding the development and assign the private sector and one of them re-Hikalh state-owned enterprises and want this more companies active contribution to the Iraqi economy ".
He noted, "There is no intention to dispense to those workers Services In order to continue these companies in the development of the Iraqi economy and assigning employees salaries must develop it and if it remained on its current state, it will not be able to continue to work and lead ultimately to the collapse of the country and will lose an important circle in economic output." .
He continued Abadi "as the main thing in this initiative is to create a kind of bond between the public sector and the economic, and prepared a paper in this regard were discussed at length in the Council of Ministers last minutes after the work was done on the prepared about 3 months ago to restructure state-owned enterprises can now start these companies. "
The Prime Minister went on his word that "the infrastructure that some related to communications, transportation, and construction of residential complexes and the establishment of industrial cities that qualify by the private sector is an important element to support the government which is serious about this step."
"We also support the economic and livestock sector and the two sectors in the two strategic Iraq and the two big jobs and they return the big benefit of the national economy in hard currency by reducing imports from abroad, and if we take good disposition may be exported."
He criticized Abadi "weak role of the banking and industrial sector and are within the developments and improvements series but we know the importance of these two sectors which did not evolve much in the new Iraq period and despite the fact that our economy has become free and banks the freedom of monetary transactions in several areas, but it is still down significantly."
He noted the prime minister to "the need for a system of legislation and amendments respect to each other to support the private sector and asked the consultants and experienced this issue in addition to the body of the Iraqi advisers for the promotion of the private sector, the fact that system of legislation dating back to the former regime and has been linked to the vendor unilateral" .anthy http://alliraqnews.com/2011-04-18-02-57-37/166760-2015-02-12-09-58-19.html
PARLIAMENT MET TODAY ALSO AND LIFTED UNTIL SATURDAY.
HERE IS THE AGENDA FOR SATURDAY http://www.parliament.iq/details.aspx?EvID=9241
AND THE SAME PATTERN, THEY ARE DOING PLENTY OF FIRST READINGS BUT NOTHING HAS GONE TO A VOTE STILL.
THE OLD LAWS THEY WORKED ON ALREADY THAT HAVE FIRST AND SECOND READINGS DONE ARE NOT GOING FOR A VOTE.
MAYBE THIS IS HOW THEY ARE BUILDING THE BASKET OF LAWS TO GO FOR A VOTE ALL TOGETHER. THIS PROCESS WILL TAKE A VERY LONG TIME TO COMPLETE.
OK I STAND CORRECTED THEY VOTED TODAY ON THE ARAB COOPERATION BILL.
House of Representatives vote on the bill and finish reading the five bills
AND HERE IS THE AGENDA FOR MONDAY THE 16TH, AGAIN THE FIRST READING OF SEVERAL BILLS.
SOMEWHAT GOOD NEWS IS THE BUDGET IS NOT IN THE GAZETTE YET. SO WE JUST HAVE TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS.
I AM STILL LOOKING TO THE GLOBE AND THE JOB THE DINAR WAS MEANT TO DO.
I AM NOT CONVINCED THE SYSTEM IS BROKEN ENOUGH YET.
I HONESTLY THINK MY POINT OF GET OUT OF IRAQ HAS BEEN PROVEN HERE AGAIN TODAY.
IRAQ IS WAITING TOO.
AND WHILE THEY WAIT THEY ARE GATHERING NEW BILLS AND OLD BROKEN LAWS AND MEETING IN PARLIAMENT A FEW HOURS EACH TIME AND DOING FIRST READINGS ON MANY THINGS AND SECOND READING ON SOME THINGS BUT NOTHING REALLY TO SPEAK OF IS GOING TO A VOTE.
THEY ARE UNABLE TO VOTE IN SOMETHING THEY CAN NOT PAY FOR.
SO LET’S CONTINUE TO TAKE IT TO THE GLOBE PLEASE, WE DO NOT NEED TO REHASH THE DAY TO DAY IRAQ. WE NEED TO SEE THE CURRENCY GO INTERNATIONAL FIRST THEN SEE THE GAZETTE.
IF IT IS DONE THE OTHER WAY AROUND WE HAVE A SERIOUS PROBLEM.
IF THE GAZETTE PUBLISHES AND THEY ARE NOT INTERNATIONAL THEN IRAQ HAS DEFIED BASIC ECONOMICS AND WE NEED TO SET IT ASIDE, BECAUSE THEY WILL NOT RE PRICE ANY TIME SOON.
WHILE WE WAIT LET’S FOCUS OURSELVES TO THINGS WE WILL BENEFIT FROM DOWN THE ROAD. YOU GUYS ARE DOING GREAT IN HERE THE PAST FEW DAYS, KEEP IT UP THE TALKS ARE JUST AMAZING AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMICS ARE BENEFITING EVERYONE.
AS FOR IRAQ, DON’T BE DISCOURAGED THAT WE ARE NOT SEEING IT IN THE GAZETTE,
AS HARD AS IT IS TO BELIEVE THAT IS A GOOD SIGN.
INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY IS NEEDED BEFORE THEY PRINT AND FUND THE BUDGET.
LOVE TO ALL..............MY LADIES