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disciple7: Chairman of the Integrity Committee will meet Governor of the Central Bank 07 October 0.2015 [Image: no271015.png]He met MP Talal Zobaie head of the Integrity Committee on Wednesday 7/10/2015 Governor of the Central Bank, Mr. Ali Keywords and his accompanying delegation, Bhoudoraadd of gentlemen members.
He discussed the meeting, which was held at the headquarters of the Central Bank's fiscal policy and the obligations incumbent on Iraq as a member of IMF International, as well as the mechanism of anti-foreign banking and politics currency smuggling.
The meeting discussed the measures to be taken to deter private banks in violation of regulations and instructions and the policy of the central bank and the banks that Taatlca in payments of Baadaat customers.
Turning Allqaoualy issue letters of bank guarantee and compare the bank adopted a policy in operations Currency sale compared to neighboring countries and the advancement of the Iraqi economy and trade, and the Bank's future plans to revive the economy in the current financial crisis. parliament.iq/details.asp...
disciple7: BING TRANSLATIONThe head of the integrity Commission meets with the Governor of the Central Bank of 28 October, 2015 mp Talal Al-zubaie met with the head of the integrity Commission on Wednesday 7/10/2015, Central Bank Governor Mr. Ali al-allaq and his entourage, with presence count of members.
The meeting discussed at the Central Bank's financial policy and the obligations of Iraq as a member of the International Monetary Fund, as well as a mechanism for combating the smuggling of foreign currency and banking policy.
The meeting also discussed measures to be taken to deter private banks in violation of regulations and instructions of the Central Bank's policy, banks which ttlkaa on payment of deposits of their customers, meeting, which, mentioned the issue of bank letters of guarantee and comparison with past Bank policy sales currency compared to the neighbouring countries and the advancement of the Iraqi economy and trade and the Bank's future plans to revive the economy amid the current financial crisis.
As any wealthwatch followers may realize, i do not like pulling media articles into this thread...however, after reading the following article, if this is true, i have to think there would need to be some kind of coordination between the goi and the cbi and the potential that recovered monies might be repatriated, could have an interesting effect on Iraq's reserves.
MichelleL: i can see my deeenar break inching closer every day - who was it who now said october?
Doug_W: a lottO ppl did
MichelleL: lol maybe its time for a lotto tik doug
*SCZIN11: Protesters are demanding the resignation of Mahmoud and the abolition of the House of Representatives
*SCZIN11: Hundreds of residents of the province of Babylon, on Friday, the center of the city of Hilla to demand the resignation of Chief Justice Medhat al-Mahmoud resolution of the House of Representatives and provincial councils, as demanded Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi implementation of further reforms.
The source said in Babylon, said that hundreds of people of the province staged, this afternoon, a demonstration in Freedom Square, the center of the city of Hilla, noting that the demonstrators demanded the dismissal of the governor endorsed the meaning of Royal and President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Medhat al-Mahmoud.
He added that the demonstrators Babylon expressed dissatisfaction with the reforms announced by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and demanded the implementation of more, pointing out that the demonstrators stressed the need for the abolition of the House of Representatives and provincial councils.
And witnessed the provinces of Baghdad, Wasit, Karbala, Diwaniyah and Dhi Qar, Erbil, on Friday (October 92 015), the start of demonstrations condemning the financial and administrative corruption, and to demand the implementation of further reforms.
*SCZIN11: THIS IS WHAT I CALL, COMPLETE, BACKED UP, FACTUAL OPINION...OH, MOREOVER, COMMON SENSE???
*SCZIN11: [Any thoughts on a time table for the removal of Maliki? this month...this year?] ...the courts and interpol police are building a complete case and when they are sure they have a enough goods against him without loop holes or corrupt court official they will pick him up and prosecute. ..they have to be positive...you better have all the tees crossed and eyes dotted.
Doug_W: GET him I say
Donnie: Iraq Live Update @IraqLiveUpdate 1h1 hour ago Kurdish protestors in Slemaniyah burn down Barzani's KDP party office in the area #Iraq
chattels: reforms seems little less than automatic, eh ?
chattels: Reidar Visser @reidarvisser 8h8 hours ago #Iraq PM Abadi congratulates the armed forces on recent progress against ISIS on the outskirts of #Ramadi pmo.iq/press2015/9-10-201... …
chattels: Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi office on the importance of continued support from the top religious authority for the process of reform, "he stressed adding that" some aspects of the reforms argue the years for implementation. " His spokesman Saad al-Hadithi told all of Iraq [where] on Friday, ""
The prime minister and the government, and since the first day of the start of the launch reforms that benefited greatly from the support and reference blessing of the reforms in the face of a lot of obstacles placed in the way of reform program campaign. chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: Abadi Office: Support bookmark important reforms but its implementation needs to years
chattels: said security expert reasons for the rapid collapse of the terrorist gangs in the city of Ramadi Daash with the progress of the military to liberate the city of pieces.
Said Hisham al-Hashemi told a news briefing today that "the security forces and the crowd and popular sons of the tribes surrounded the gray for several months and is part of a new strategy pursued by the government in the battle plan," noting that "this plan realized success so far."
He added that "the rapid collapse and the flight of Daash leaders of the city due to the blockade that cut off supply lines for Aldoaash and the loss of areas important because of the depletion of what they own of weapons and ammunition in the fighting hit-and-run. chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: Najiba Najib: Reduce the budget to 2016/100 / trillion dinars instead of / 113 / Trliuna 08/10/2015 10:15 chattels: ninanews.com/News_Details...
chattels: here] Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi office on the importance of continued support from the top religious authority for the process of reform, "he stressed adding that" some aspects of the reforms argue the years for implementation. "chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: Zebari: Financial our reform and fighting corruption in line with the IMF and World Bank policies
chattels: Another day, and more bovine scatology from the pundits
chattels: Reidar Visser @reidarvisser 9h9 hours ago #Iraq PM Abadi congratulates the armed forces on recent progress against ISIS on the outskirts of #Ramadi pmo.iq/press2015/9-10-201... …
chattels: The good news is that there is apparent progress against DAESH in Ramadi
chattels: But and unless you are one of the people who believes that DAESH was never a problem at all
chattels: Could Saudi-Iraqi ties be key to defeating Islamic State? Iraqi-Saudi relations are the main key to the problems and solutions of the crises in the Middle East.
The rupture and hostility between the two sides helped promote the positions of extremist groups, which are active in the region and are hostile to both countries. Today and despite the long delay, Iraqi-Saudi bilateral relations are taking a positive turn, as both parties seek to consolidate and strengthen them. Read more: www.al-monitor.com/pulse/...
chattels: Iraq and Saudi Arabia share common interests, as they share a 1,000-kilometer (621-mile) border and face a common threat represented by the Islamic State (IS), which seeks to topple the political regimes in both countries. They also share economic and trade interests, as well as a common history. Read more: www.al-monitor.com/pulse/...
chattels: Saudi Arabia continued to perceive Iraq as a threat to its national interests, considering it to be a part of the project designed to spread democracy in the region, or a base for the Shiites’ political rise in the Arab world. This has pushed Saudi Arabia away from Iraq, and subsequently, a reason to distance itself from any serious contribution in building the new Iraq. Read more: www.al-monitor.com/pulse/...
chattels: The Iraqi-Saudi rapprochement is an urgent need that does not only serve the interests of the two countries, but it also helps create a balance in the region and strengthen the peace process and stability.
It is the interest of the two countries to improve their relationship through security agreements and strategic cooperation agreements in the fight against IS and other extremist groups that pose a threat to both. Nevertheless, the issue does not stop here.
Saudi Arabia, which has a solid economy, is able to truly help Iraq overcome its economic crisis and have a presence in the reconstruction of areas that were liberated from IS, such as Diyala and Tikrit, north of Baghdad.
It is also able to open the way for commercial and oil cooperation between the two countries — which are historic neighbors — and share the border, as well as common political, economic, social and cultural interests. Read more: www.al-monitor.com/pulse/...
chattels: Today and despite the long delay, Iraqi-Saudi bilateral relations are taking a positive turn, as both parties seek to consolidate and strengthen them.
chattels: BAGHDAD / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi: "The Peshmerga forces part of the Iraqi defense system." A statement of the Ministry of Defense for al-Obeidi as saying during a meeting with the head of the anti-terrorism in Kurdistan Lahore region Sheikh Cengi and a number of officials in the Peshmerga forces, his appreciation of the great sacrifices offered by the Peshmerga forces in fighting the terrorist organizations,
stressing "the necessity of activating coordination and cooperation mechanisms, especially with the start of preparations for combat operations edit Nineveh." The coming days will see a high-level coordination to achieve common national goals and defeat terrorist organizations in all the land of Iraq, ".
chattels: ." The coming days will see a high-level coordination to achieve common national goals and defeat terrorist organizations in all the land of Iraq, ".
chattels: I do believe, as I stated some ten days ago, that we are on the verge of real progress against DAESH.
chattels: Progess against DAESH and some public profile with the prosecution of the corrupt will do much to assuage the public demand / demonstrations and if reform can make a start then there is real hope for Iraq.
chattels: I am very encouraged about the future / ultimate outcome, but the every day " RV " barkers are wrong, IMO.
chattels: " sobriety, zeal and perseverance can prevail over the notion of the now "
BOBBY: Chattels. ..... the post is still on recaps, entitled " we dont know what we dont know" , about 3 pages back BOBBY: www.dinarrecaps.com/our-b...
ladyfox: hello guys, wow I liked what sczin11 had to say yesterday. great points and reason I pull back to wait till this all unfolds. STEPS AND ORDER! IMO
ladyfox: what is TRUTHS on Iran's currency. some site have them posted but state will not sell till after sanctions lifted.
chattels: ‹@ladyfox› Not sure, but I have some. News that I have read suggest that infrastructure is not what it needs to be.
TxBrand: ‹@ladyfox› not sure what you mean... but some of us in here bought a few on ebay...
chattels: Oil is up to $ 53 the last I read.
ladyfox: @ well one of the brokers show they will be selling it but states not until after sanctions are lifted can we buy from them.
chattels: Iran may not be able to produce enough to make a great difference is what I have read.
ladyfox: @ chattlels did you read of the new oil findings in Israel
TxBrand: I think I heard that Frank26 is selling it... not sure ..I have not checked... he gets his from a broker
chattels: ‹@ladyfox› no, I did not. Got a link ?
ladyfox: @ chattels: www.foxnews.com/world/201...
ladyfox: @ texbrand yes frank does
TxBrand: well good im glad for Isreal
chattels: HAIFA, Israel – After Israel complained for years that it was surrounded by oil-rich states but didn’t have a drop within its own borders, it appears there’s a big-time turnaround with the announcement Wednesday that massive oil reserves have been located in the Golan Heights,close to the country’s border with Syria.
BOBBY: Isn't Frank26 stating Shabibi is back???
ladyfox: not to my knowledge
chattels: The " crazy " thing about oil / energy is that technology is likely to discover a source(s) in the next 10 -15 years that may obviate the value of oil deposits / sources as we know it presently
BOBBY: Chattels. ..... sounds like dinar timing lol
chattels: in which event who cares about what happens in the middle east ?
chattels: ‹@BOBBY› I am convinced that we are peons in the game and looking for crumbs from the table
BOBBY: Chattels. ... bring on the crumbs. lol
Donnie: when Aluminum was first discovered it was very valuable. Only Kings would be able to have dinnerware made out of aluminum. Then a guy discovered a way to make aluminum extremely inexpensive. The value dropped and everyone could afford the have dinnerware made out of aluminum.
Donnie: So it seems oil is possibly on it's way of becoming inexpensive with new reserves/deposits being discovered and cheaper ways to pump it and extract it from rock/sand.
Donnie: Where will that leave the ME countries down the road? hhmmmm????
Donnie: just something to think about.
Donnie: ‹@chattels› ‹@chattels› ‹@chattels› - crazy about Israel finding oil??? lol LOL not really crazy they found it but crazy it took them this long to find it. IMO
Donnie: seems "fishy" to me but.....
ladyfox: @ donnie hhmm? something to think about
Donnie: Breaking News: Obama administration abandons Pentagon program to train Syrian rebels nyti.ms/1OpOg3b
ladyfox: I cant wait for the next election
BOBBY: this will be an interesting election year
ladyfox: yes it will can't wait to see the next speaker of the house will be!!!
Donnie: as long as they count the vote correctly this time - not like Os elections :(
BOBBY: Ever see that movie with Robin Williams where he ran for president.......,forget the name of it
Donnie: yes - saw all R.Williams movies and he first TV show Mork & Mindy
BOBBY: Lol. Mork....... hilarious show
ladyfox: I yet feel someone took his life!!
Donnie: gosh that guy could make me laugh
ladyfox: yes, funny guy
BOBBY: I remember Mork first shiwing up on Happy Days lol
ladyfox: not much to watch now, but HOW BOUT THEM RANGERS :whistling:
ladyfox: GOOD NITE ALL BLESSINGS