Post From Wealthwatch.world Chat Room 8-26-15
Wealthwatch Morning Chat 8-26-15
chattels: GOOD MORNING ALL
chattels: Investment Law will represent a real breakthrough way of development and adopt next Monday Altarykh: 08/26/2015 09:28 Information / Baghdad / .. According to a member of the Investment Committee and the economy parliamentary Abdul Salam al-Maliki, Wednesday, that Thanon investment rate would represent a real breakthrough in the way of economic development, pointing to the existence of a consensus of Parliament for approval during its meeting next Monday. chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr...
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Airstrikes launched by the US-led coalition to defeat the Islamic State, or ISIS, hammered jihadist positions in Diyala province on Tuesday, killing nearly two dozen militants and destroying several encampments, a source with the Iraqi joint forces told Rudaw.
“On Tuesday, coalition air raids on ISIS positions and military bases in Hamrin village near the city of Baquba, in Diyala province, killing 23 ISIS radicals and destroying some of the group's military bases," Ali Khalil, an officer with the Iraqi Federal Police, told the press on Wednesday.
Before the coalition warplanes arrived, Khalil said, Iraqi forces were engaged fierce fighting with ISIS and managed to drive the extremists from several areas. In early May, Iraqi forces managed to capture an ISIS base believed to be the jihadists' biggest in Diyala province, northeast of Baghdad. The eastern province of Diyala has a majority Sunni population but is also home to Shiites, Kurds and other ethnic and religious groups. chattels: rudaw.net/english/middlee...
chattels: the Federal Authority Chairman Medhat al-Mahmoud, said that "the new draft of the Federal Court Act defined the mandate of the President and members of the Court for 12 years said.
chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr. http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=1861
chattels: [Baghdad - where] Deputy for the National Alliance said that any official in the state has not given up his citizenship gained, including Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr... http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=1862
chattels: "the House of Representatives has no information on the names of the committee charged so are they foreign or Iraqi Independent or Tsbon competent or incompetent, should know the names of the committee charged with preparing a reform papers. chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: TUESDAY AUGUST 25, 2015 Head of South Refineries Company replaced SRC headquarters 2 A change in leadership at the state-run company appears to be part of a government overhaul prompted by a national protest movement. chattels: www.iraqoilreport.com/new... LINK
chattels: ERBIL, Iraq — A report released mid-August by the Iraqi parliament on the 2014 fall of Mosul, the country's second-largest city, to the Islamic State (IS) is being viewed as a litmus test for the new direction Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi wants to take the country through a set of bold but decisive political, economic and administrative reforms.
Iraqi lawmakers ratified the report Aug. 17 without reading it on the floor and referred it to the judiciary for action.
That the investigative committee put former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki at the top of a list of more than 30 senior state officials responsible for Mosul's fall is likely to deepen tensions in the Iraqi political landscape, as Maliki is currently locked in a power struggle with Abadi.
chattels: " ............ as Maliki is currently locked in a power struggle with Abadi."
chattels: An Iraqi parliamentary report has faulted high-ranking political officials and military personnel for the fall of Mosul to the Islamic State and could provide Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi the ammunition he needs to push through government reforms.
chattels: The report's release coincided with efforts by Abadi to enact a broad range of reforms, approved Aug. 11 by the legislature, to overhaul the country's dysfunctional system of governance.
chattels: " ........... to overhaul the country's dysfunctional system of governance."
chattels: Given the issue of balancing sectarian and ethnic representation in Iraq's higher institutions, Abadi's measures could antagonize many powerful figures, not the least Maliki. " In a country crippled by conflict, corruption and personal rivalries at the highest levels, if Abadi is serious about introducing a new approach to governance, the Mosul report could be used to his advantage to implement the desired reforms."
chattels: " Both politicians are members of the Shiite Dawa Party, of which Maliki remains the leader. "
chattels: Among other political and military officials that the report singled out is Atheel al-Nujaifi, the former governor of Ninevah province, of which Mosul is the capital. Nujaifi dismissed the report as saying “nothing.” “The accusations are politically motivated and will have no value in a court of law,” Nujaifi told Al-Monitor ...........
chattels: " .............. have no value in a court of law,” .............
chattels: “So far, the judiciary has not stepped in. This could be due to statements and reactions by former Prime Minister Maliki or his supporters.” chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr...
chattels: " Iraqis protest corruption, lack of services while politicians blame everyone but themselves "
chattels: " Protests in Iraq demanding the implementation of reforms across the country have taken a political course and engendered sensitivities, especially at the sectarian level."
chattels: the protests may be more complicated than they appear - interesting article
chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr. http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=1863
Doug_W: My Wife and i have found after a nationwide search a beutiful Motor home and its only 30 miles from here
Doug_W: there were 5 nationally total
chattels: ‹@Doug_W› YOU GETTING READY FOR SOME TRAVEL ?
lonegunman: to overhaul the country's DYSFUNCTIONAL system of governance ! gotta love it
chattels: IRAQ IS DYSFUNCTIONAL AND WE ARE CO - DEPENDENT :)
chattels: co·de·pend·en·cy ˌkōdəˈpendənsē/ noun excessive emotional or psychological reliance on a partner, typically a partner who requires support due to an illness or addiction.
chattels: WE ARE PARTNERS WITH IRAQ, WHO IS " ILL ".
chattels: ADD FINANCIAL RELIANCE TO THE EMOTIONAL / PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS AND HERE WE ARE :)
lonegunman: ‹@chattels› wha was i thinking when i bought into this ? lol
chattels: ‹@lonegunman› IT SEEMED LIKE A GOOD IDEA AT THE TIME, EH ?
lonegunman: illness and addiction ! so I have that going for me
lonegunman: ‹@chattels› yep lol
lonegunman: ‹@chattels› well my children might see something from this
lonegunman: or grandchildren
chattels: THINGS THAT WE ADD TO OUR LIFE HAVE A WAY OF TAKING ON A LIFE OF THEIR OWN
lonegunman: or great grand kids
lonegunman: ‹@chattels› so true
chattels: ‹@lonegunman› MY VIEW AS WELL - MULTIGENERATIONAL
lonegunman: ‹@chattels› looking that way
Doug_W: HUSH u 2 MULTIGENERATIONAL in deed
Doug_W: I think it will , I think it will, I think it will
lonegunman: ‹@Doug_W› you hushing me ??
Doug_W: yes sir
lonegunman: seems the cold wet blanket has been thrown on me the last few months
Doug_W: oh well after 2 handfull o years its understandable
chattels: Codependent relationships are a type of dysfunctional helping relationship where one person supports or enables another person's irresponsibility or under-achievement. WHEN WE PURCHASE DINAR ARE WE SUPPORTING THE CONTINUING IRRESPONSIBILITY AND UNDER - ACHIEVING THAT IS IRAQ ?
chattels: State of Law: Maliki does not wish to return to parliament Date: 08/26/2015 11:04 confirmed bloc coalition of state law, parliamentary, Wednesday, that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki does not wish to return to the House of Representatives so far, and hoped his return soon to the parliament.
The MP said the honest frankincense bloc told / information /, The "Maliki does not wish to return to the House of Representatives, did not hear not from him or from others that he wants to return to the parliament." He added frankincense, "We hope Maliki's return to the House of Representatives, and to be among his brethren in the State of Law bloc and the rest of the House of Representatives."
The media advisor to the President a coalition of law Abbas al-Musawi said earlier on Wednesday that Nuri al-Maliki is still practiced his work naturally as deputy president of the republic, pointing out that the resignation Sinead no income returns seat parliament. Finished / 25 www.almaalomah.com/waterm... www.almaalomah.com/news/3...
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chattels: " ................. Nuri al-Maliki is still practiced his work naturally as deputy president of the republic, .............. "
chattels: "We hope Maliki's return to the House of Representatives, and to be among his brethren in the State of Law bloc and the rest of the House of Representatives."
lonegunman: we do ?? lo
lonegunman: ‹@Doug_W› I know so sick of this guy
Doug_W: past that now
Doug_W: I think I will go mow my front yard now
chattels: [Baghdad - where] the Legal Committee of the Parliamentary announced, for a solution to all points of contention on the draft law on political parties. Committee Chairman Mahmoud Hassan, told all of Iraq [where], "The Committee met today was to reach an agreement on all points of contention in the draft law of parties," referring to "provide law tomorrow in the parliament session for a vote."
sczin11: ‹@chattels› GM SIR
chattels: ‹@sczin11› gm to you
[08/26/2015 07:58:41 AM] chattels: Reidar Visser @reidarvisser 1h1 hour ago Embattled Iraq chief judge speaks at length; hinges his own resignation on parliament's passage of supreme court bill www.alliraqnews.com/modul... …
sczin11: IT IS BECOMING MORE APPARANT TO ME, THAT THE KEY TO IMPLEMENTING THE REFORMS LIES WITHIN THE RESTRUCTURING OF THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM...
EVERYTHING ELSE HAPPENING MUST BE STEPS , BABY STEPS IF YOU WILL,
AS ANYTHING DRASTIC WILL BE APPEALED AND UNLESS/UNTIL THE SJC IS REVAMPED, WILL BE SQUASHED BY CURRENT LEADERSHIP
sczin11: THE REAL QUESTION, IS HOW?
chattels: ‹@sczin11› the law of the parties is significant for reform as well i think
chattels: corruption and DAESH are the twin towers of evils, IMO
chattels: the National Guard law is being touted as an important step in dealing with DAESH
sczin11: ‹@chattels› ALL THE LAWS ARE IMPORTANT, YES... BUT WITHOUT A BIASED, NON SECTARIAN, COURT SYSTEM, THEY ALL STAND TO BE REJECTED, OVERTURNED, AND CORRUPTION CONTINUED
sczin11: ‹@chattels› AGREED, STEPS
chattels: i am off to attempt some behavior modification in others
sczin11: WILL THE WORLD WATCHDOGS, IMF, WB, AND OTHERS, ADHERE TO THEIR DEADLINES...ARE THEY EVEN CONCERNED WITH ALL THE OTHER WORLD HAPPENINGS...