Post From Wealthwatch.world Chat Room 8-13-15
Wealthwatch Late Night Early Morning Chat 8-13-15 Part 1 of 2
Abraham: ‹@Fit2beFit› I don't see changing the CBI Govenor a delay. The decision to RV belongs to Adabi
BOBBY: Abraham.... do you believe it is solely his decision?
nobody: How in the world do you think they are going to RV with 40 trillion dinar or more in circulation?
[Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› the IMF and World Bank will recommend. The CBI Board will meet and advise Adani. But the final call is Adabi since the buck stops on his desk
Abraham: Just as Adabi is Commander and Chief of the Arm Forces. He is the PM.
BOBBY: Abraham..... does there Cbi suggest a rate at first?
Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› the IMF is the lead on that
BOBBY: Abraham .... thank you sir!
Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› because any rate change would be in the stand by credit arrangements between the IMF and Iraq
BOBBY: Abraham. ..... so does the IMF play the role of advisor?
Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› but Adabi can override the IMF depending on the exposure, value of loans due to the IMF
Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› yes
BOBBY: Abraham.... my opinion. ... to high of a rate that they cant sustain would do damage....... your thoughts?
Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› in other words if the IMF did not agree with the value of the exchange rate, they could recall their loans due by Iraq, or ask them to reduce their exposure to the fund
Abraham: But rest assured the IMF and Iraq would already have addressed that and could be the said reason for the reform packages ongoing
Abraham: In other Words clean up the corruption if you want to RV
Abraham: Cut back on Government cost
BOBBY: Abraham.... i believe a strong foundation must exist before anything can change for the dinar
Abraham: We are in a great position! What is taking places now is much needed
BOBBY: Abraham. ..... agreed....... hope the progress continues for the people s sake
Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› the restructuring of Government and reduction in Government was needed
Abraham: Cost of Government
BOBBY: Abraham...... the citizens of Iraq deserve better then what they have been given
Abraham: They have to position themselves to be competitive for a free market economy and not just rely on the exporting of oil
Abraham: Create the necessary financial laws so they can be an attractive financial service center of the Middle East
BOBBY: Abraham .... would be nice to see other areas develop
Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› agreed
BOBBY: besides just the oil sector
Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› good night time for me to get get some rest
BOBBY: Abraham......me to take care!
chattels: News of the resignation, “Medhat al-Mahmoud,” Chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council
chattels: Palm-sources and satellite channels in a flash revealed the resignation of the President of the Supreme Judicial Council and the Supreme Federal Court judge in Iraq, “Medhat al-Mahmoud” from office.
The Iraqi “Baghdad” channel which broadcasts from Cairo, said head of the Supreme Judicial Council and the Federal Supreme Court in Iraq judge “Medhat al-Mahmoud,” resigned from his post for reasons not disclosed by asserting that the demonstrations in the Iraqi street, causing the resignation of many corrupt in senior positions and presidencies.
chattels: from a friend
chattels: Vice President of the Republic article Nuri al-Maliki will travel to Tehran within 48 hours August 12, 2015 August 12, 2015 Prominent political sources confirmed that the change of the Vice President of the Republic article Nuri al-Maliki planned to leave Iraq within the next forty-eight hours.
The sources said that al-Maliki will travel on an official visit to Iran in order to meet a number of Iranian figures, led by Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, in order to discuss with them the latest developments on the Iraqi arena, especially with regard to the recent decisions reform issued by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is noteworthy that many of the activists civil society organizations called for the prevention of travel sacked officials until the completion of investigations with them. www.faceiraq.com/inews.ph...
chattels: Sajad Jiyad @SajadJiyad 7h7 hours ago Iraq's judiciary is to submit its reform proposals on Saturday. Chief Judge Midhat Al-Mahmood rumoured to be stepping down
chattels: Sajad Jiyad @SajadJiyad 9h9 hours ago PM Abadi attends a State of Law coalition meeting alongside Dawa Party leader Maliki this evening in Baghdad
chattels: Sajad Jiyad @SajadJiyad 9h9 hours ago Coalition says Iraqis close to taking Ramadi www.usatoday.com/story/ne... …
chattels: Reidar Visser @reidarvisser Aug 11 Apparently there was no attempt by any faction in #Iraq's Shia alliance to save former PM Maliki's vice presidency today.
chattels: Walk With Me While I Age I hope this poem has the same effect on you as it did on me. Walk with me by the water - worth the read... A BEAUTIFUL POEM ABOUT GROWING OLDER:
chattels: Sxxx . ...I forgot the words.
faith: LOL...I've read that one. :grin:
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Iraq’s Ministry of Defense announced Thursday it will launch the second phase of military campaigns to liberate the city Ramadi from the Islamic State, or ISIS.
“We concluded the first phase of the operation with a security siege on the city and ISIS has no power to move,” Defense Minister Khalid Obaidi said in a statement
. Obaidi added, “The first phase of military campaigns to liberate Ramadi started in May with the cooperation of security forces, Sunni tribes, the Hashd al-Shaabi and the US-led coalition. It was successfully concluded.” Obaidi said the second phase of liberation is underway and Iraqi security forces are in control of Anbar. The defense minister stressed that ISIS has lost its once-formidable military power.
Farhan Mohammed, a member of the Anbar provincial council, told Rudaw in June that there was little cooperation between the disparate Iraqi forces. He said the delay in the campaign was to allow for US military advisers to train Sunni tribal fighters and Iraqi forces.
ISIS seized Ramadi in May in what is considered one of the jihadists’ most important victories. Iraq's military campaign to push ISIS out of Sunni-majority Anbar province was launched in early June with so far few results.
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chattels: Baghdad (AIN) –Iraqi parliament voted in its session on Thursday on canceling the allocation living, a parliamentary source said to AIN.
chattels: Baghdad (AIN) –The parliament session of Thursday has started, the session is headed by the Speaker, Saleem al-Jobouri, and attended by 240 MPs.
chattels: Baghdad (AIN) -PM Haider Abadi's decision on Wednesday to fire his cabinet secretary and his aides as "part of a push to cut unnecessary government jobs", An source in the media office of the PM said.
tourman: what is your cautious take on things these days?
tourman: I see Abadi wants to modify the constitution. To what degree? That article that butifldrm does not speciy
chattels: Follow Up (AIN) -The fight against Islamic State rebels is at a stalemate and if the U.S. military does not see progress in the coming months it should consider putting support troops on the ground with Iraqi forces, Army General Ray Odierno said on Wednesday. Odierno, the outgoing Army chief of staff,
backed the current strategy against Islamic State, telling his last Pentagon news conference that while U.S. troops could defeat the militants, they could not solve the broader political and economic problems besetting Iraq and Syria. "We could probably go in there with a certain amount of American force and ... defeat ISIL.
The problem is we would be right back where we are today six months later," he told reporters, using an acronym for Islamic State. "For me it's about changing the dynamics, the political dynamics, the economic dynamics, and it has to be done by those in the region," he said.
chattels: ‹@tourman›Since the advent of reforms, I have been " preaching " that there are constitutional issues. Much of what I have said is more articulately stated by Visser.
chattels: The Iraqi constitution requires there to be a VP and a Deputy PM
chattels: Reidar Visser @reidarvisser Aug 10 Makes a lot of sense to get rid of at least 2 out of 3 #Iraq VPs. but to leave the country with no VP at all is probably unconstitutional.
captl1: ‹@chattels› They make it up as they go. Lol
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