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OOTW: AND HERE'S THIS
OOTW: Parliamentary delegation shared the first trade and the Forum Economic Dahuk February 15, 2016 Parliamentary delegation that included all of the MPs Ahmed Sarhan and Najiba Najib and Osman Tahir on Saturday, 02/13/2016 at the first trade and economic forum in Dohuk province participated. And it threw MP Najiba Najib through its participation in the forum, which was organized by company Statoil me a lecture on economic development.
OOTW: REMEMBER LAST WEEK WE SAW ARTICLES STATING THAT BASRA MAY NEED TO FILE BANKRUPTCY
OOTW: HERE'S A CONNECTED ISSUE AND RELATED PRESS RELEASE FROM THE PARLIAMENT SITE
OOTW: MP Jamal al-Muhammadawi attend the joint meeting of the unified Basra February 15, 2016 MP Jamal al-Muhammadawi participated in the joint combined meeting between local government and parliamentarians of Basra on Monday, 02/15/2016 to discuss economic and security files, and the fact the service to the province of Basra.
The MP said Muhammadawi during the meeting that the difficult situation and the challenges faced by the province require concerted efforts to face these consequences and raise Mazlomatha and obtaining their rights.
Muhammadawi MP expressed his hope to continue the meetings and joint meetings held to reach a memorandum of agreement and understanding and to stand on the needs of the province and the problems and obstacles that direction.
OOTW: HERE'S THIS ON THE DAM
OOTW: PARLIAMENT ANNOUNCEMENT.....
OOTW: Suggested MP Dr. Gamal Muhammadawi on Thursday, 02.11.2016 unloaded two-thirds of the Mosul Dam Lake Dam stocks towards Samarra, including converting a third of releases to Lake Thar
Thar and the other third to Baghdad in the form of payments to avoid the danger of collapse and recovery of the marshes and the elimination of the tongue salt in the Shatt al-Arab.
Attorney Muhammadawi said that the talk about the danger of the collapse of the Mosul Dam and the size of the destruction that his successor would be very significant to the treasure of the high water and the degree of the great tendency of the stream of water from Mosul to the south leads to disastrous floods hurt installations, vital and service water downstream with the displacement of millions of citizens in the Tigris Basin north to south.
He said the Attorney Muhammadawi must take the opinion of the experts were to achieve several objectives of the most important not allow foreign entities to intervene internal Bamorna a precautionary measure and the possible collapse of the dam and the recovery of the marshes and the elimination of the tongue salt in the Shatt al-Arab
OOTW: SO NOW YOU SEE WHY THE AGENDA FOR TOMORROW ADDRESSES MARSHES
OOTW: THIS LAW HAS BEEN IN THE WORKS FOR OVER A YEAR (AT LEAST)
OOTW: HERE'S THIS TITLE FROM ALMADA
OOTW: MAYBE THEY KNOW SOMETHING THE AGENDA PRESS RELEASE AND THEIR PUBLISHER..THE HOR DOESN'T KNOW? OOTW: LOL
OOTW: Parliament Parliamentary Legal likely to vote on a legal amnesty of the Federal Court in a hearing next Thursday
OOTW: Declared the legal committee member of the parliamentary Salim Chawki, on Monday, the possibility of the House vote on the legal and amnesty of the Federal Court in a hearing next Thursday, and while pointing to the possibility of the inclusion of the defendants amnesty law after compromise with the victims, confirmed the agreement on the re-trial of the defendants who were detained issues confidential informant or confessions under duress.
Said Shawki in an interview (range Press), "The representatives of the political blocs and the parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, agreed to vote on the law of the Federal Court and the law of a general amnesty in a meeting next Thursday," noting that "it was agreed that the two laws it is possible to vote on them."
OOTW: SORRY THIS IS FOR THURSDAY
OOTW: MY BAD
OOTW: STILL NO AGENDA PRESS RELEASE AT THE PARLIAMENT SITE FOR THURS
OOTW: Abadi foresees the loyalty of the security forces before embarking on a battle of Mosul Baghdad -arac Press -15 February: Search Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi with members of the Ministerial Council for National Security, on Sunday evening, preparations and plans for the Liberation of the city of Mosul from the control of the organization "Daash"
and the willingness of the concerned authorities to apply the special Mosul Dam and the expectations of the water situation for this year the national emergency plan .
The meeting which was chaired by Abadi as the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces issues related to the dam deposit protection, maintenance and work devices and pressure sensors, alarms, electric power was required to make decisions in question and discuss the water quotas for Iraq in the common waters with neighboring countries also discussed.
And apparently the Abadi plan focused on ensuring the loyalty of those involved in the liberation of Mosul battles and commitment to the directives of the General Command of the Armed Forces.
According to the Information Office of the Prime Minister a statement Abadi has stressed the importance of the independence of the security services and not allowing an absolute Ptsaasha or affiliation to any party whatsoever and inventory linked to the location of the Commander in Chief of the armed forces and not allowed to show the security forces the appearance of impotence or polarization to any party Kant.anthy (1)
OOTW: MOSUL, MOSUL, MOSUL! LOT'S GOING ON - wealthwatch.world/showthr...
OOTW: HERE ARE JUST SOME TITLES FROM THIS THREAD
OOTW: Commander of Nineveh operations: security forces ordered Abadi waiting to start the battle to liberate Mosul
OOTW: Abadi foresees the loyalty of the security forces before embarking on a battle of Mosul
OOTW: Joint Forces begin a military operation to free Fallujah vine Center
Doug_W: SHEESH I Loath arabish
OOTW: DOUG WITH SO MANY ARABIC SPEAKING PEOPLES MOVING ACROSS THE PLANET NOW..IT MIGHT BECOME THE NEXT LANGUAGE TO LEARN AND HERE I THOUGHT I NEEDED SPANISH LOL
OOTW: Saudi Army Spokesman: Saudi ground forces will enter Iraqi land to fight in Syria
OOTW: Are the Saudis ready to fight in Syria? On Feb. 4, Saudi military spokesman Brig. Gen. Ahmed Asiri announced that Saudi Arabia is now ready to send ground troops to Syria to fight the Islamic State (IS). Saudi Arabia is part of the international anti-IS coalition led by the United States since September 2014.
However, when it launched the war in Yemen to fight the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels almost a year ago, its priorities shifted and its airstrikes on IS subsided. In December, it launched a new Muslim anti-IS coalition, but this, too, remains ambiguous as a strategy and may be interpreted as yet another attempt by the Saudi regime to seek Islamic backing against its rival and archenemy, namely Iran.
It is important to understand why the Saudis announced they are now willing to venture into the troubled waters of Syria with ground troops, allegedly to fight IS.
Read more: www.al-monitor.com/pulse/...
OOTW: Leaks change: Zubaidi puts his resignation, however, al-Hakim and Zebari is due to external
OOTW: Sources close to the Minister of Transport, leader of the Supreme Islamic Council Baqir al-Zubaidi sources he submitted his resignation in writing to the leader of the Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim, members of the leadership of the long hours the word Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi calling for a cabinet reshuffle substantially.
OOTW: It is said that al-Zubaidi was considered in a publication on his page in Facebook to invite the prime minister to a fundamental change as a real beginning and solid ground desired reform, which must include all state facilities and institutions from the top of the pyramid of power to the levels of leadership in the structure of the ministry, which was interpreted by observers that the change that happened, it has to be comprehensive and does not exclude any of the three presidencies.
This position was adopted later that partially block the citizen led by Ammar al-Hakim and national coalition led by Iyad Allawi as Sadrist ministers presented their resignations to the current leader Moqtada al-Sadr, who gave the prime minister a period of forty-five days to implement real reforms otherwise it past the option to withdraw confidence from the al-Abadi.
OOTW: And what could emerge from the coming days from the positions of the sources said the main thrust of which could be seen in the Iraqi political arena is to go for the option of forming a mass political majority in parliament, led by al-Hakim and al-Sadr has referred the Sunni bloc and the bloc and the Kurdish team Abadi within the coalition of law to authorize Abadi undertake fundamental reforms
It includes a major change in the government with the recycling of some of the current ministerial positions among the limited number of current ministers, including the return of Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari to the Foreign Affairs portfolio, and the launch of the hands of al-Abadi to open all files of corruption without exception and to hold accountable those involved with any bloc were.
OOTW: MAYBE THIS IS WHY ZEBARI WANTS THE BREAK...WANT KIND OF PROCEDURE IS HE REALLY TO BE UNDERGOING? SURGERY? MAYBE NOT LOL
OOTW: He says the leader of the Dawa Party, said "the meeting of the National Alliance and the effects of reservations problems between the National Alliance and the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi," expected not to pass these reforms if the survival of these differences as they are within the coalition.
In the meantime, the Liberal bloc confirmed the presence of the parties within the National Alliance has custody of the New Abadi project, but expressed support for granting Abadi right to choose the new minister, according to a professional and objective criteria.
MP says Zalmi Abdul Aziz, told the (range), "The National Alliance meeting also dealt with the subject of suspension of the religious authority for political speeches and discussed the necessary crises experienced by Iraq's security, political and economic Kalthdiat solutions."
Dalimy stresses "the need to Abadi's commitment to reforms put forward by Muqtada al-Sadr, which recorded in 45 days to apply."
In turn, the coalition of citizen that "Abadi says the adoption of a mechanism for evaluating all ministers before embarking on any prospective change of government." The MP Habib Terminal, told the (range), "The change of ministries convulsive reactions is not true in the construction of a government of technocracy.
OOTW: AS THE RESHUFFLE TURNS
OOTW: I'VE POSTED MANY RESHUFFLE ARTICLES TODAY
OOTW: PLEASE READ HERE
OOTW: - OKAY EVERYONE..I'M NOT FEELING WELL..I'M GOING TO GO REST...HAVE A GREAT DAY AND HUGE HUGS AND I MISS YOU ALL!
OOTW: ONE MORE THING..I JUST WROTE AN OPINION ABOUT THE LAW JOBOURI IS PROPOSING "FINANCIAL COURT ACT"
OOTW: PLEASE SEE WHAT, FOR NOW, I BELIEVE HE INTENDS , AS STATED IN HIS REPORT
Doug_W: be well
OOTW: THANKS DOUG..ONE MORE THING
OOTW: AND THIS TIME FOR THE U.S.
OOTW: VERY IMPORTANT JUNCTURE
OOTW: TY JDBLUE
OOTW: February 14, 2016 Dems in Senate passed a resolution in 1960 against election year Supreme Court appointments By Thomas Lifson Read it and weep, Democrats.
The shoe is on the other foot. David Bernstein at the Washington Post’s Volokh Conspiracy blog: Thanks to a VC commenter, I discovered that in August 1960, the Democrat-controlled Senate passed a resolution, S.RES. 334, “Expressing the sense of the Senate that the president should not make recess appointments to the Supreme Court, except to prevent or end a breakdown in the administration of the Court’s business.”
Each of President Eisenhower’s SCOTUS appointments had initially been a recess appointment who was later confirmed by the Senate, and the Democrats were apparently concerned that Ike would try to fill any last-minute vacancy that might arise with a recess appointment.
The GOP opposed this, of course. Hypocrisy goes two ways. But the majority won. As it should this time. Read more: www.americanthinker.com/b...
OOTW: OKAY SO BUTI READ MY OPINION ON THE FINANCIAL ADMIN ACT AND SHE SAID SHE SUPPORTED MY OPINION SO HERE IT IS
OOTW: *FINANCIAL COURT ACT
OOTW: I BELIEVE WHAT JOBOURI IS PROPOSING IS TO SUBMIT A LAW WHICH WILL OVER SEE THE WORK OF THE GOVT'S ATTEMPT TO REDUCE CORRUPTION –
BY ENACTING A LAW THAT WILL OVERSEE HOW ALLOCATIONS ARE DISTRIBUTED FROM THE CBI TO THE GOVT AND THEN IMPLEMENT CROSS CHECKS - AND THAT AS STATED FROM THE 2016 BUDGET ABOVE,
THE CURRENT LAW OVERSEEING ALLOCATIONS IS ADDRESSED IN THE FEDERAL FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION ACT AND THIS CURRENT LAW DOESN'T OVERSEE/ADDRESS THE NEEDS UNDER THE CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCE OF WIDESPREAD CORRUPTION - SO THEY'RE GOING TO PEN A NEW LAW.
OOTW: FOR ME, ALONG WITH ALL THE NEWS ON PROGRESS IN MOSUL, THIS IS THE BEST NEWS - TODAY
OOTW: SO LAST NIGHT THERE WAS A GREAT REPORT ON FOX AND BTW I WATCH OTHER NEWS CHANNELS TOO - EVEN "LIBERAL" ONES..OOOOHH LOL
OOTW: THIS WAS A GREAT REPORT ON VOTER REVOLT OOTW: DID ANYONE SEE IT?
OOTW: SO THEY HAD A VERY SMART WOMAN TALKING ABOUT HOW AFRICAN AMERICAN'S FEEL OBAMA HURT THE COUNTRY AND THEY FEEL THEY'RE VOTE IS BEING USED / TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF BY THE DEMS AND SHE FEELS THAT THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY WILL MORE THAN LIKELY CROSS PARTY VOTE THIS YEAR
OOTW: AND THEN INTERVIEW FRANLIN GRAHAM AND HE STATED THAT THE REPUBS COUNT TOO MUCH ON THE EVANGELICAL VOTE AND THEY SHOULDN'T - HE SAID HE'S WITHDRAWN FROM THE PARTY - AND ALL FACTIONS OF IT
OOTW: HE'S GOING ACROSS THE COUNTRY GIVING SPEECHES AND MASS PRAYER MEETINGS
OOTW: PRETTY INTERESTING TO ME TO SEE WHAT'S HAPPENING THE COUNTRY
OOTW: HERE'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A COLD AND THE FLU AND YEP..I'VE GOT THE LATTER
OOTW: "WEEKS TO RECOVER" OY
OOTW: Is it the cold or the flu? The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases says differences include these:
• Fever. Rare for a cold, common with flu. Fevers with flu can go over 102 degrees, especially in children, and can persist three or four days.
• Headache. Rare for a cold, common in flu.
• Aches and pains. Mild with a cold, often severe with flu.
• Fatigue. Sometimes occurs with colds, but flu usually starts with a period of exhaustion, with fatigue lasting two or three weeks.
• Sneezing, stuffy nose, sore throat. The most frequent symptoms of a cold also occur sometimes with flu.
• Chest discomfort, cough. Mild to moderate with colds, but can be severe with flu. Recommended for relief: Tried-and-true treatment is best for relief of cold and flu symptoms, according to the American College of Emergency Physicians:
• Get plenty of rest.
• Drink lots of fluids, which can thin mucus and prevent dehydration.
• Over-the-counter medication, such as antihistamines, decongestants and pain and fever reducers, can provide temporary relief from symptoms.
• If you're feeling very weak, running a high fever (102 degrees or higher), have trouble breathing or symptoms worsen, contact a medical care provider.
The same is true if you suffer from a chronic illness, such as asthma, diabetes or congestive heart failure, which makes you more vulnerable to complications.
OOTW: "TWO OR THREE WEEKS" OOTW: OMGOSH