Post From Wealthwatch.world Chat Room 8-18-15
Wealthwatch Morning Chat 8-18-15
chattels: Former Iraqi prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki, has rejected allegations that he was responsible for the fall of Iraq’s second city Mosul to Daesh Takfiri militants last year. Speaking in a press conference in the Iranian capital Tehran on Monday, Maliki called into question the integrity of a recent report by an Iraqi parliamentary investigative committee,
which held him and a number of other senior Iraqi officials accountable for the setback. Instead, Maliki blamed Turkey and Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) for the fall of Mosul, saying Daesh’s takeover took place after the KRG ordered Kurdish fighters to retreat from the conflict zone. chattels: www.veteranstoday.com/201...
chattels: Maliki: Fall of Mosul Plotted by Barzani and Erdogan By GPD on August 17, 2015
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Officials from the Shiite militia movement known as the Hashd al-Shaabi, or Popular Mobilization Units, claim to have recaptured Albu Jaradi hill in the oil-refinery town of Baiji, from the forces of the Islamic State, or ISIS. Ahmed Asadi,
a spokesperson of the Hashd al-Shaabi, said in a statement Tuesday that a joint force consisting of Iraqi federal police and Hashd al-Shaabi fighters managed to retake the strategic high ground in the hotly contested area in Salahadin province that has been the scene of intense fighting between Iraqi forces and the extremists. rudaw.net/english/middlee... http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/18082015
chattels: Iraq's election authority certified a minor victory on Monday for a movement that seeks to transform Basra province into a region with autonomy akin to Kurdistan. www.iraqoilreport.com/new...
chattels: The Kurdish Regional Government (KRG)’s judicial council has extended the term of KRG President Masoud Barzani -- which had been set to expire on Thursday -- for another two years, according to the KRG’s Justice Ministry.
Ministry spokesman Nariman Talib told Anadolu Agency that the move would be decided at an extraordinary meeting of the KRG’s parliament slated for Wednesday.
Earlier Monday, Parliamentary Speaker Yusuf Muhammed Sadiq confirmed to Anadolu Agency that the parliamentary meeting would be held on Wednesday. On Monday, MPs from 49 different Kurdish parties -- including the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), the Movement for Change (known as “Gorran” in Kurdish), the Kurdistan Islamic Movement party and the Kurdistan Islamic Society Party (Komel) -- submitted a joint request for the parliamentary meeting.
However, Cafer Eminki, deputy parliament speaker and member of the political bureau of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), of which Barzani is the leader, has said the planned parliamentary meeting would not be constitutional without the approval of all parties in parliament. chattels: www.albawaba.com/news/ira...
chattels: What does Maliki think of the Mosul Report ?
[08/18/2015 06:52:45 AM] chattels: " For his part, al-Maliki said yesterday during a press conference held during his visit to Tehran that "no value to the result that emerged from the parliamentary commission of inquiry about the fall of Mosul, and that the Commission dominated by political differences and out of objectivity, "adding that" what happened in Mosul was a conspiracy was planned in Ankara and then the plot moved to Arbil, "
chattels: deputy called for the Supreme Judicial Council of the National Alliance to accept the request boss Medhat al-Mahmoud refer it to the retirement.
Haider said Alfoada told all of Iraq [where] that "the refusal of a request the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Medhat al-Mahmoud to Aasb in the interest of the reforms approved by the House of Representatives and thus exit Mahmood into retirement is part of the reform of the judicial system."
Donnie: ‹@chattels› GM sir - extended the term of KRG President Masoud Barzani -- which had been set to expire on Thursday -- for another two years
Donnie: extended the term of KRG President Masoud Barzani -- which had been set to expire on Thursday -- for another two years
chattels: ‹@Donnie› there is some news that say that it is not determined as yet
Donnie: yea... i saw that also..
chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr... http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=1752
chattels: Will Abadi's reforms work? The Iraqi parliament voted Aug. 11 to approve Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and parliament Speaker Salim al-Jabouri’s economic, political and administrative reform measures in response to the demands of the Iraqi street.
Summary⎙ Print Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi approved major reform measures for the country, but challenges, especially when it comes to implementation on the ground and within state institutions, still stand in the way. Author Mustafa al-KadhimiPosted August 17, 2015 TranslatorSahar Ghoussoub
Donnie: i'm putting positive energy toward it happening though :)
KiwiDoc: Good morning to you sir
chattels: good morning / evening to you sir
KiwiDoc: ‹@chattels› it's evening here, can't wait to get back to your time zone!!!
chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› Home for you is still a four hour differential in time from me, eh ?
KiwiDoc: Last I heard Maliki was in Iran, any idea if thats rumor of fact?
KiwiDoc: My home is west coast, but I will move to Florida after this finally ends
chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› Maliki is in Tehran, fairly certain from his press site and other news
KiwiDoc: He won't go back I don't imagine
KiwiDoc: Why would they let him go?
chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› I wondered at one time, but the Report and Maliki's response make it less threatening in my mind
chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› good question on the mechanics of departure
chattels: ‹@KiwiDoc› For his part, al-Maliki said yesterday during a press conference held during his visit to Tehran that "no value to the result that emerged from the parliamentary commission of inquiry about the fall of Mosul, and that the Commission dominated by political differences and out of objectivity, "adding that" what happened in Mosul was a conspiracy was planned in Ankara and then the plot moved to Arbil, "
chattels: work calling - off to save my part of the world
KiwiDoc: go get em counselor
Fit2beFit: Maliki will not return to Baghdad and Tehran acquitted even send a senior delegation to gain "immunity"
Fit2beFit: Maliki will not return to Baghdad and Tehran acquitted even send a senior delegation to gain "immunity"
Fit2beFit: 18/08/2015 10:31 AM Iraqi political sources said that Vice President article Nuri al-Maliki who is currently in Tehran, "will not return to Iraq only after Tehran reached an agreement with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi guaranteed not to display it to eliminate any charge was."
The newspaper "Okaz" Saudi Arabia, pointed out that "Tehran has sent secretly to Baghdad for this purpose, the commander of the Qods Force of Iran Qassem Soleimani, accompanied by high-level political and religious delegation to accomplish this task as soon as possible."
The sources confirmed that al-Maliki discuss in Tehran how to deal with reform measures which tries Abadi application and obtain guarantees believes not legally held accountable for corruption files that implicated them. altahreernews.com/inp/vie... http://altahreernews.com/inp/view.asp?ID=28074
Fit2beFit: Maliki 'on the run' in Tehran in search of immunity or asylum
chattels: ‹@Fit2beFit› interesting, thanks for posting
Fit2beFit: Maliki will not return to Baghdad
Fit2beFit: Iraq's Maliki dismisses fall of Mosul report as 'worthless'
Fit2beFit: El-Badri: removal of corrupt judges will restore prestige to the country's law
Fit2beFit: The face of the Supreme Judicial Council to activate the department follow up the implementation of arrest warrants and travel bans and reserve funds newly formed at the head of the public prosecution.
oldbones67: Maliki will find out directly how "worthless" the report is as they drag him kicking and screaming back to Baghdad for trial!!
Fit2beFit: NEW CBI WEB SITE UP AND RUNNING 126.96.36.199:8090/Defaul...
Fit2beFit: Banned from traveling 254 official list was distributed to airports and border crossings
Donnie: ‹@Fit2beFit› data is not up-to-date. this chart was updated last in May 2015. 188.8.131.52:8090/Series...
Fit2beFit: ‹@Donnie› ok but i didnt post it for a chart i posted it because the site is new
Fit2beFit: "There are conferences and guidance from within the reform package, of loans 5 trillion that have been developed to support industrial and agricultural banks, housing, investment, and expansion of local production lines, and how to protect this product, and activating the customs tariff, and border crossings, and the development of an important mechanism in order not to leak products, or imported to break the local product.
Fit2beFit: and activating the customs tariff
Fit2beFit: Parliamentary investment: the investment law will raise soon to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives -- Fit2beFit: translate.google.com/tran... LINK
Fit2beFit: activating the customs tariff
whitelions: ‹@Fit2beFit› That is NOT a CBI site it is some knock off that I have no Idea of it's purpose , But I'm thinking it's not good
Fit2beFit: ‹@whitelions› Copyright ©2015. Central Bank of Iraq.
Fit2beFit: ‹@whitelions› IT was posted everywhere.....interesting
whitelions: ‹@Fit2beFit› lol that means nothing I can build a web site and put that at the bottom to
whitelions: ‹@Fit2beFit› we are in dinar land where anything gos that will get you followers
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region— Iraqi officials say they have reinforced troops based at Camp Speicher airbase, north of the battle-scarred city of Baiji, in preparation for a large offensive on the refinery town where fierce fighting against the Islamic State, or ISIS, has raged since last June.
Baiji Mayor Muhammad Mahmoud told Rudaw on Tuesday the Iraqi army had deployed extra personnel and ammunition to the airfield ahead of the planned assault. Iraq’s security forces and army have tried to push militants back Baiji, home of the country’s largest oil refinery which ISIS frequently has attacked.
“The army is preparing to retake the reminder of the city from militants in the final push,” the mayor said, adding that sporadic clashes continue in and around the refinery that is still partially surrounded by the militants. chattels: rudaw.net/english/middlee... http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/180820151
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - At least 16 Islamic State militants were reportedly killed Tuesday in a fight between rival extremist groups in the district Baaj in western Mosul province.
"The group Al-Hajj Nasser al-Mawla clashed with a group of Abu Musab al-Musli in a dispute over money and power in the district of Baaj, killing eight militants from both sides."
Saeed Mamuzini, a Kurdistan Democratic Party official in Mosul, told Rudaw. "Daesh [ISIS] is witnessing large splits in its ranks in Mosul because of power struggles and money disputes.
For example, the Abu Omar Chechen group and Abu Muslim Turkmen which have clashed in internal conflicts .” Since June 10, 2014, ISIS militants have occupied Mosul, the second largest city of Iraq. Since the group took over, many former politicians, soldiers and police officers have been executed. chattels: rudaw.net/english/middlee... http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/180820152
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - The Change Movement, known as Gorran, has decided to boycott today's scheduled meeting between 17 political parties in Kurdistan to debate the presidential term of President Masoud Barzani.
"The Gorran movement has said if the meeting is not just for the main political parties, they will not take part in it," Ayden Maruf, head of the Turkmen Front in the Kurdistan parliament, told Rudaw.
"The Kurdistan Democratic Party has proposed a plan concerning the presidency issue which is similar to the one Barham Salih [former KRG prime minister and a Patriotic Union of Kurdistan official] proposed to resolve the presidency issue," Maruf added.
He said the KDP project, "should have been put forward two weeks ago, so that the political parties could work on it. "As of now, it is too late," Maruf said.
chattels: the issue of Barzani's Presidency does not appear to be resolved as yet.
chattels: rudaw.net/english/kurdist... http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/180820153
Fit2beFit: the possibilty of a float being discussed and these recommendations are going to be sent to the Prime Minister
Fit2beFit: translate.google.com/tran... LINK
Fit2beFit: Iraqi Center for Development and Media systems and in coordination with the Office of the Prime Minister workshop economic entitled (to float the Iraqi dinar and its impact on the economy