Post From Wealthwatch.world Chat Room 10-30-15
Wealthwatch Friday Chat 10-30-15 Part 1 of 2
chattels: " Former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said that he was still vice president, pointed out that the three deputies resorted to the judiciary against Abadi decision to cancel their posts, ............... "
chattels: " He pointed out that the posts of Vice President of the Republic has not been canceled, are still under discussion and legislation because it is a constitutional issue, explaining that the President of the Republic can not keep himself without a deputy and at least one, as stipulated by the Constitution and the law, ............ " chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr...
chattels: Courtesy of sczin11
chattels: This site has asserted from the outset of the Abadi reforms that there were constitutional issues with the abolition of the VP's
chattels: Contrary to the sensationalist / " fantastic " / erroneous interpretation of the news elsewhere.
chattels: " ............ the President of the Republic can not keep himself without a deputy and at least one, as stipulated by the Constitution and the law, ......"
chattels: US condemns deadly rocket attack on Mojahedin camp in Iraq By Yerevan Saeed
chattels: Will US inaction send PYD into Russia’s arms? By Paul Davis
Donnie: someone has to help the PYD
chattels: counting the parliamentary legal committee member Hassan Turan, the government's decision in the hierarchy of the new salary as "contrary to the Constitution does not apply to the House of Representatives."
Said Tauran told all of Iraq [where], that "Parliament has decided to host the Prime Minister and the ministers concerned to discuss the salary scale,
and I think that the adoption of this peace without passage in the House of Representatives, is contrary to the Constitution and the law, because some ministries grant allocations based on laws, such as health, higher education and research Scientific, and there is no decision in any democratic state can breach the law.
chattels: the three presidencies emphasized the need to take austerity steps next to deliberate further steps to remove Iraq from the healthy financial distress faced.
chattels: discussed the three heads of the financial and economic situation, and reached to the need for austerity steps next to deliberate further steps to remove Iraq from the healthy financial distress Ausbandha.
chattels: the legal parliamentary Committee requested the inclusion of a general amnesty law on the House agenda of the meeting on Saturday. Deputy Chairman of the Committee Muhsin al-Sadoun told all of Iraq [where] he "has read a draft of the amnesty law the public to read the first and second,
adding that he" has a claim Parliament its inclusion on the agenda of meeting of business tomorrow for the purpose of discussion.
"The House of Representatives ended on the fifth of July the past, the first and second readings of the draft general amnesty law, while President of the Council Saleem al-Jubouri called for political blocs to need to agree on their differences on the draft law ". He is scheduled to hold its House of Representatives on Saturday to discuss several Qguanan. chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
: doing fine, thanks Doug - waiting to make reservations for halloween, don't want to be at home - so sad when my husband waits for trick o treaters who never show
MichelleL: 3-4 years now, we haven't had one single doorbell ring - I know, I've eaten 30 pounds of chocolate ROFL
SWSD: Wondering....are we ever gonna see this happen? I know we've asked this question many many times in the past, distant past, and extreme distant past...siiiiigh.
disciple7: ‹@SWSD› sure :smile:
disciple7: ‹@SWSD› gotta have faith
SWSD: ‹@disciple7› the dinar and/or Iraq is NOT a religion nor should be treated like it. It is a currency investment
disciple7: ‹@SWSD› ok.. well if ur doubting this happening what are u doing here?
SWSD: God did NOT promise anyone they would get rich off this. I don't care what ***** says
SWSD: I am here because I have had dinar for 6 years and am hoping like the rest of you
disciple7: ‹@SWSD› and who said anything about religion?
disciple7: and don't ever compare me to *****
SWSD: faith + everything associated with the dinar it seems
SWSD: and im sorry, I thought you were in the same boat. Clearly not. My appologies
SWSD: same boat as *****
disciple7: ‹@SWSD› faith= the belief of things unseen.. have u seen an rv yet? nope.. so u can have faith that it can happen.
disciple7: faith and hope are like brother and sister anyway u cant use one without the other
disciple7: ‹@SWSD› apology accepted :smile: have a good day
Doug_W: ‹@MichelleL› R U bragging or complaining about that chocolate
TxBrand: Fox news... troops being sent to Syria
TxBrand: she was more or less saying that Iran controls Iraq :wassat:
OOTW: thats nothing new txbrand
TxBrand: they are putting more into Iraq also
Stash: Did I hear it right that we are sending just 50 special forces to
Doug_W: yes Stash
TxBrand: ‹@Stash› I thought it was 50 more into Iraq and they didn't say how many into Syria... that's how I heard it
Doug_W: they need a LOT more than that
TxBrand: they didn't say how many in Syria
TxBrand: so may be a lot
TxBrand: 50 more into Iraq
Doug_W: ‹@Shnozzle› ty
Donnie: marking the first time Americans will be deployed openly on the ground in the country.
Donnie: Officials would not say exactly how many troops would go to Syria, detail their role or say how long they would stay. U.S. troops have been on the ground in Syria before, Earnest said, noting a rescue mission more than a year ago and a more recent raid.
Donnie: The addition of special operations forces, however, marks a shift for Obama who has steadfastly said he would not put U.S. boots on the ground in Syria.
Doug_W: that man doesn't know when its time to fish OR cut bait
Stash: he doesn't know come here from sic em
MichelleL: Donnie, I think I heard 50 soldiers in an advisory capacity on Fox this morning
MichelleL: this one says 450 www.nytimes.com/2015/06/1...
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