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chattels: Abadi of Karbala: There is a real problem in the state administration and reform is a long process :: 2015/10/6 15:43 • Abadi of Karbala: There is a real problem in the state administration and reform is a long process [Karbala-where] there is a real problem in the State Administration of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said. "
Abadi said in his speech during the opening ceremony of a hospital [sponsor] Specialist to calculate the Shrine that "the reform process will be long and exhausting at the same time has generated our opponents," followed ..
chattels: "the reform process will be long and exhausting at the same time has generated our opponents,"
chattels: Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi repudiated his remarks [commander of necessity], which raised the ire of a coalition of state law and the Islamic Dawa Party as a reference to former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
chattels: Read more @ www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: The headline may be deceiving and may not match the content of the article
Doug_W: the installers are here to do my windows
chattels: CBI governor: All banks must return to pre-sanctions position Tehran, Oct 4, IRNA – Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) underlined the need for preparation of the conditions for the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPA), saying all the activities of the banks should rapidly return to the pre-sanctions conditions. www7.en.irna.ir/en/News/8...
chattels: Reidar Visser @reidarvisser 3h3 hours ago An #Iraq reform step by PM Abadi that the US govt openly disapproves of: Opening the Green Zone to the public news.yahoo.com/us-protest... …
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) exported 18,614,798 barrels of crude oil, for an average of 620,478 barrels per day, in the month of September, according to a monthly export report released Tuesday.
The crude oil, which is currently selling for roughly $50 per barrel, was sent through the Kurdistan pipeline network to the port of Ceyhan in Turkey, the KRG said. .
Of the total exports, fields operated by the KRG contributed 13,898,548 barrel, or 463,285 bpd on average, while fields operated by the North Oil Company contributed 4,715,794 barrels, an average of 168,904 bpd.
The statement said: "Due to circumstances beyond the KRG’s control, during September there were two days of downtime for the export pipeline, caused mainly by attempts at sabotage and theft."
The KRG continued in September to increase its direct oil sales in Ceyhan to compensate for the budget shortfalls from the federal government in Baghdad.
The statement conlcuded: "KRG will continue to work with its counterparts in the federal government to reach a resolution on all the outstanding issues of oil and gas and in this regard it sees an opportunity for solid progress in the forthcoming discussions over the 2016 federal budget."
chattels: "KRG will continue to work with its counterparts in the federal government to reach a resolution on all the outstanding issues of oil and gas and in this regard it sees an opportunity for solid progress in the forthcoming discussions over the 2016 federal budget."
whitelions: ‹@Doug_W› yes poofed I had to post for the morning now headed to town my fish tank heated broke and winter is coming and we are still stuck in the north I was hopeing to be in the south for winter this year .
Donnie: ‹@chattels› "chattels: CBI governor: All banks must return to pre-sanctions position Tehran, Oct 4, IRNA – Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) "
Donnie: i still bet Iran will return/increase the value of the Rial before Iraq does the Dinar....
Donnie: Iran has not said it will increase the value of the Rial but I bet they will. IMO only!!
chattels: Abadi holds previous governments responsible for waste budgets for mismanagement [expanded]
chattels: carrying Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, previous governments responsible for the waste of financial budgets "for mismanagement," returned the reform process adopted by the "long and arduous".
chattels: Ebadi said in his speech during his participation opening ceremony Hospital [sponsor] Specialist to calculate the Shrine in Karbala today,
"We have a problem in the state administration and is a real problem, and there is sagging and the type of waste General of the budgets of repeated Iraqi state and some of this waste is bad management, organization and lack of interest, and this Detailed important than the joints of corruption in the state.
chattels: "" There are projects done but it does not provide service, and there completed projects by 90% and we keep waiting so we have to look at the volume of imports that have been allocated for these projects already, but do not provide the desired service and that he considered corrupt 100% , which is evidence of the incompetence and lack of accountability and mismanagement in general.
chattels: Long article - Read more @ www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: [Karbala-where] Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said that "waste of financial budgets for previous governments are the most important joints of corruption, said being a waste of public money" follows ... chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: Ani: SLC plots to dismiss PM Abadi Baghdad (AIN) –MP Thafir al-Ani accused some figures from the State of Law Coalition of "plotting to dismiss the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi because of the reforms he launched few weeks ago and his accusations for key politicians of wasting the general funds."
Doug_W: politics SHEESH
chattels: Who is head of the SLC ( State of Law Coalition ) ?
chattels: MR. Maliki.
chattels: MP Thafir al-Ani is a Sunni.
chattels: Market Price on the IQD is holding at 1220 the last five auctions ( down from 1233 last week )
chattels: 10-6-2015 XXX : I am looking for some public move against Maliki anytime soon... Abadi appears to have what it takes - there is great public sentiment to support him...and too many public accusations for there not to be something to it and...once they deal directly with Maliki - it opens the door wide for monetary reform.
chattels: If Mr. Maliki is DONE, GONE, ineffectual, a simple nuisance or a " fly on the wall " then how or why is his future determinative upon monetary reform ?
chattels: Anyone ?
Lauren305: where is newbieDA? newbieDA what's the Parliament vote report for today? any numbers available yet?
disciple7: I been saying for years that this isn't gonna happen until Maliki is dealt with.. and he hasn't been dealt with.. but I believe its close.
Tootsie: ‹@Lauren305› Parliament not in session resume 13th
Tootsie: ‹@disciple7› not very darned much ! lol, sadly - interesting reading hx.
chattels: ‹@disciple7› I opined weeks ago that Maliki may be going, going, but he is not gone yet.
disciple7: ‹@chattels› chattels agreed!
Tootsie: ‹@chattels› sadly!!! not seen anything re: his 'vacancy' of quarters yet
disciple7: ‹@chattels› 100%
chattels: ‹@Tootsie› Are you or others of the opinion that I am too heavy handed or weighted in my approach with DAESH ?
chattels: The most important challenge of terrorism that is trying to eliminate his thought deviant this diversity in our society and we all face and the liberation of our lands, bringing peace and stability in our country and his sons enjoy its rewards [ Abadi Tweet ]
Tootsie: ‹@chattels› he** NO, not at all, people are underestimating those groups, denial, ostrichs w/heads in sand
chattels: Mr Abadi seems to think that terrorism ( DAESH ) is the " most important challenge ".
Tootsie: Abadi could not have stated it better ~ Most Important Challenge, to the survival of the Republic
chattels: Although at times he equates corruption as a " twin " obstacle.
disciple7: ‹@chattels› Maliki the head of DAESH?
Tootsie: socially, economically, historically . I am always aghast at the historical relics totally destroyed after centuries ~ not to speak of the constant destruction of infrastructure that has to be constantly repaired/replaced. The financial burden of this is overwhelming.
disciple7: I don't know just a thought?
chattels: ‹@disciple7› Head of the SLC.
chattels: ‹@disciple7› Oh
disciple7: ‹@chattels› possibly DAESH also?
chattels: ‹@disciple7› NO, just negligently complicit.
disciple7: ‹@chattels› gotcha :smile:
Lauren305: ‹@Tootsie› thought they were scheduled today and then lifting until 13th? guess being back at work for a full week was just too much for them and they require a week of vacation.
Tootsie: ‹@Lauren305› awwww, was the 5th , LOL, well, at least they do have meetings/discussions during the off time (or so they say) hehe
Tootsie: ‹@Lauren305› and they still have not put what we are waiting for on agenda, dang!!
chattels: ‹@Lauren305› Hopefully the heads of the political blocs are working to forge a consensus on the needed laws - budget on the near horizon - hope of some agreement on HCL
chattels: There are powerful forces working against Mr. Abadi and reform(s).
Tootsie: ‹@chattels› hcl, I will reserve my comments ,oops!
Lauren305: ‹@Tootsie› meeting to discuss how many dates to put in a pack is NOT progressing the MR lol
chattels: He is " walking a tightrope " between the Sunni, Kurds and his own party.
chattels: I will post again the following relevant and insightful article :
chattels: I posted this article some weeks ago - it is still relevant, IMO : What's next for Abadi? www.al-monitor.com/pulse/.... www.al-monitor.com/pulse/...
Tootsie: ‹@Lauren305› oh my, ;-} actually I do believe that more has been accomplished in the last 8 / 9 mo than in the last several years, 8or so
chattels: " Abadi hopes to avoid confrontations among the different political parties and to make them feel that they are all involved in the reforms and that all will make compromises."
Lauren305: ‹@chattels› for a change, it seems there are some powerful forces working to back Mr Abadi and his reforms... Which had not been done in the past. Prior to August, the demonstrations and the re-enforcement of the Religious authorities, Abadi was swimming alone against the tide. Now he has some canoes alongside him.... Makes the marathon a little easier on him. Less wearing on him and his efforts.
chattels: " While his moderate approach has prevented any significant problems in the already fragile foundation of Iraqi politics, his tactics have fallen short of addressing the current challenges, failing to respond to the people’s broader demands and the expectations of the religious authority."
chattels: " Abadi continues to face a major challenge in that those who share power in Iraq — namely, the Dawa Party, the State of Law Coalition and the National Iraqi Alliance — have not allowed him to take bigger steps in terms of reform. Read more: www.al-monitor.com/pulse/...;
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chattels: ‹@Lauren305› Agreed.
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