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chattels: expressed Rafidain Bank, his willingness to cover documentary remittance and emerging companies and traders who import goods from outside Iraq.
The general director of the bank on behalf of Kamal al-Hassani, on Saturday, in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where], a copy of which was "the face of the international section to facilitate the task of the owners of companies, traders and businessmen who Iromon import goods from abroad by covering transfers of credit, remittance emerging" .
"The importer is required to have a current account at the main branch as well as a certificate of registration with the Registrar of Companies or the identity of the Chamber of Commerce." He said al-Husseini that "this step will contribute to the strengthening of sectors of the national economy and give an important stimulus to activate" .
chattels: Chaldean Patriarch of Saco: the situation in Iraq (miserable) is not likely any delay reforms 02/10/2015 11:36 Kirkuk / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / patriarch of the Chaldeans in Iraq and the world, Louis Sako said, "The situation in Iraq can no longer tolerate any delay in the implementation of reforms needed in all areas", describing the situation of the country Palmzari.
He called in a statement issued by the Patriarchate of the Chaldean today , to what he described as a collective pause to save what can be saved, stressing the need for a genuine reconciliation in which all political blocs concessions concrete progress.
He stressed Patriarch Sacco "the need that all Iraqis feel equal in rights and duties and that there are no degrees of citizenship of the first and the second and third" . He said that "there is a deep sense of today in the international community of the need to find radical and quick to terrorism and currents expiatory solutions in the region." chattels: ninanews.com/News_Details...
chattels: Karbala / National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / urged the representative of the supreme religious authority in Karbala, Ahmad Safi, the Government to develop a clear plan for real reform and to take steps more important than has been done in the previous phase is to prosecute and hold accountable those responsible for the loss of hundreds of billions of dollars on fake projects and contracting based on favoritism and corruption.
He stressed during Friday prayers of the courtyard Husseini, that real reform is based on the prosecution and accountability of the spoiled and wasted the people's money, and said that "unless the law is applied against these and relive them money and held accountable, corruption will continue and will not be deterred by corrupt" . chattels: ninanews.com/News_Details...
chattels: The clerical voices continue to encourage the reforms.
chattels: " ........ to develop a clear plan for real reform and to take steps more important than has been done in the previous phase is to prosecute and hold accountable those responsible for the loss of hundreds of billions of dollars on fake projects and contracting based on favoritism and corruption."
chattels: “Whenever you do a thing, act as if all the world were watching.” - T. Jefferson
chattels: And especially your mother :)
chattels: head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim called for a mechanism of political and academic elite for the forces of dialogue in Iraq in order to break the political deadlock and develop a road map for the future.
He also called on al-Hakim, in his speech during a ceremony on the occasion of Eid al-Ghadeer held at his office in Baghdad today to "draw an effective and real financial and economic policy away from improvisation and traditional, choose an expert in vital economic institutions managing economic efficiencies Baidaan nepotism and bureaucratic political calculations narrow" .
chattels: head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim, said that "Iraq needs an effective and interactive and is able to be the level of the Parliament of the challenges faced," he said.
He said al-Hakim, in his speech during a ceremony on the occasion of Eid al-Ghadeer held at his office in Baghdad today, "should not be the House of Representatives a spectator to what is happening or an arena for settling accounts and provoke crises, but he has to turn into a giant machine does not stop with the legislation of laws that contribute to the renewal of the Iraqi state structure and It puts a deliberate priority topics discussed in "
chattels: NEW YORK—Ankara is ready to work with the international community to combat the Islamic State (ISIS), Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told Rudaw on Sunday, insisting that the government of President Bashar al-Assad is the real cause of Syria’s turmoil.
“We are ready to work with any country to combat ISIS because ISIS is a threat to all of us,” said Davutoglu in New York. “But we should not forget that three years ago there was no ISIS. Who created ISIS? Assad’s crimes and tyranny created ISIS.” chattels: rudaw.net/english/middlee...
whitelions: BIG HAPPY DANCE ...... Rafidain Bank stands ready to cover transfers of credit to importers of goods....Rafidain Bank expressed readiness to cover documentary remittance and emerging companies and traders who import goods from outside Iraq.
The general director of the bank on behalf of Kamal al-Hassani, on Saturday, in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where], a copy of which was "the face of the international section to facilitate the task of the owners of companies, traders and businessmen who Iromon import goods from abroad by covering transfers of credit, remittance emerging" . www.theiqdteam.com/blog/r...
chattels: ‹@whitelions› interesting article
whitelions: some good news coming out of Iraq today I'm so glad to lol
chattels: Forget the zeroes and remember the heroes.
chattels: The one to remember is 30-year-old Chris Mintz, the student and Army vet who was shot at least five times while charging straight at the gunman in an effort to save others.
Tootsie: Good Saturday Morning -
Tootsie: Well, I now believe it ~ 1st thought rerun of old article, then saw on IKH, Now on Shafaaq - ~ Saturday 03-10-2015 | 6:27:15 Twilight News / Al Arabiya television quoted Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi request of former Prime Minister and Vice President of the Republic article Nuri al-Maliki, the evacuation of the headquarters and private offices Bmansbah.
It quoted unnamed sources that a formal letter of Abadi Office arrived to al-Maliki, in this regard, asking him to hand over all public property, which is still occupied, to the official concerned authorities in the Government, within 48 hours, in a new step of the reforms demanded by the people :devil: :devil:
Tootsie: ‹@chattels› GM very interesting reading in Hx today Sir!!
chattels: Hakim hopes the stability of Russia's intervention in the region and calls for the establishment of an international fund to finance the war in Iraq www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: "we see a great mobility began happening on the ground and there is an important international forces entered on the course of events directly, especially the Russian entry in the war on terrorism in Syria, which may extend to the Iraqi front if As discussed this matter with the Iraqi government.
chattels: "He added," These variables must be read in a clear and realistic, which shows the great changes to come we hope will be in favor of the security and stability of the peoples of the region, "noting that" the terrorism that is endemic to our land usurped is an international terrorism no longer respect Iraqi arena, not even the Syrian crisis.
"He said al-Hakim" There are thousands of terrorists of different nationalities who are growing up bases on the Syrian and Iraqi territories and benefit from the state of war and chaos to build a terrorist infrastructure of great financial and logistical capabilities,
and that the correct and courageous decision for all countries of the world is to go out to fight these terrorists today before being forced to fight them tomorrow in their countries.
chattels: ‹@Tootsie› I hope for a greater " awakening " to the realities of our situation.
Tootsie: another article re: 48 hrs to vacate ~ also very reliable news source ~ Abadi calls for Maliki to vacate the premises occupied by the offices within 48 hours BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - October / October 3:
A source early on Saturday, that "the head of the Iraqi Council of Ministers, Haider al-Abadi, gave a deadline of no more than 48 hours to the former Prime Minister and Vice President of the Republic article, Nuri al-Maliki, to evacuate offices and headquarters
Private former Bmansbah inside the Green Zone, "adding," The claim comes as part of the reforms led by al-Abadi package in response to the demands of the demonstrators.
" Abizaid source said that "a formal letter issued by al-Abadi's office arrived at the al-Maliki, in this regard," noting "that the book Maliki has demanded return of offices and premises occupied by the president and a former Minister and Vice President of the Republic after his dismissal from the last office to the official concerned in the government delivery". Ended translate.google.com/tran...
Tootsie: ‹@chattels› Oh Sir - I am fairly sure that many have 'readjusted' their views, hard as it may be. We were , as one could say, 'under the spell' for some time many, many years back, ~ I does make many feel badly that there has been so much , for me anyway and some I know, lost time in our lives due to believing,
Pretty hard for coming to grips with that , we won't regain, but we can muster forth the courage to pick up, move forward, and reestablish ourselves. LOL Dust off LOL ~ I will not give up, but will not look forward either except at what my own daily life can provide until it resolves, either way, I will accept. But, I won't give up ! hehehe
chattels: ‹@Tootsie› well said and truly spoken
chattels: verily, verily :)
chattels: ‹@Tootsie› thanks for the corroborative articles on the Abadi ultimatum to Maliki - we shall see
Tootsie: M is like a tick, burrowed in, hard to remove hahaha
Tootsie: he has been pretty vocal lately !
chattels: ‹@Tootsie› He is not " island " unto himself - he is the " face " of a substantial opposition, IMO
chattels: ‹@Tootsie› the noisiest " fly on the wall " for sure
Tootsie: ‹@chattels› !! thanks, needed that chuckle !
chattels: ‹@Tootsie› Laughter is the best medicine, eh ?
Tootsie: It is a glorious day here in far NW Houston ~~ yesterday was also ~ an unheard of 69 degrees on my North porch and almost noon!!! low humidity! WOW ~ clear blue sky, intermittent slight breeze from North - oh, soooooo terrific!!!!!
Tootsie: ‹@chattels› oh yes! it truly is.
chattels: ‹@Tootsie› I am " pea green with envy " to paraphrase Scarlett O'Hara
Tootsie: Must Luv dear Scarlett!
chattels: We are in the middle of tropical storm Joaquin in the Carolinas 5 - 15 inches of rain
Tootsie: ‹@chattels› oh my, did not realize you were in that area. Joaquin is a rough one. I am soooo glad it is staying out to sea a bit and not direct hit on the US. The Bahamas have been struck hard.
Tootsie: OUCH! flooding will be bad~ Stay Safe- gosh.
chattels: We are waaaaaaaay overdue for a hurricane - not much of anything here since Hugo in '87
chattels: National Reconciliation is the term used for establishment of so-called 'national unity' in countries beset with political problems.
chattels: See www.usip.org/publications...
chattels: The United States Institute of Peace is currently working with ongoing constitution making processes, providing support and advice on issues of substance, process, and implementation to government, international, and NGO/civil society organizations in Iraq.
chattels: " Iraq’s 2005 Constitution failed to forge a national consensus on key issues of state and has in some cases hindered the process of genuine accommodation and reconciliation. Constitutional institutions have not been established, mandated laws not enacted, and fundamental rights inadequately enforced.
USIP continues to assist national, regional, and provincial officials in refining and implementing Iraq’s Constitution. USIP is working with federal and regional judicial officials to improve synchronization and coordination between the two judicial systems,
and is working with federal and provincial officials to design and implement an effective strategy to devolve selected competencies from federal to the provincial responsibility. In addition, USIP is assisting Iraqi minority leaders to protect and strengthen constitutionally guaranteed rights and protections."
chattels: See " National reconciliation in Iraq remains elusive " www.al-monitor.com/pulse/...
chattels: See also " National Reconciliation in Iraq, Reality & Horizon " www.socialwatch.org/sites...
chattels: See also " Accelerating Iraq Government Programme, National Reconciliation Efforts Critical to Defeating Terrorists, Special Representative Tells Security Council " 7443rd Meeting (AM) SECURITY COUNCIL
chattels: Again I say, National Reconciliation is a process and not an event. A very complicated process in Iraq that is likely impossible to begin until DAESH is ousted from Iraq. There may be a plan developed and definition of the interests to be included in a methodology, but it is not something to legislated one day, IMO.