Post From BondLadys Corner By Tlm724
[lightingcslt] gm all, just a short chat if you got a minute. It's on something that I found this am early in BondLady's news
[lightingcslt] for the past week I had an attitude toward Iraq and its all about the budget and HCL -- well this am I have changed my tune -- are you ready to get your socks blown off
[tlm724] yes please !
[lightingcslt] ok first thing
[lightingcslt] Cassar: the budget would be passed by majority in the event of continued Kurdish demands unrealistic Baghdad - and babysit - A member of the Finance Committee of the National Alliance MP Abdul Amir Kassar that (the budget bill) after his arrival at the Parliament by the prime minister was supposed to be presented to the Finance Committee,
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but the presidency of the Council rushed this issue and included it on the agenda of the parliamentary session. Cassar said in a statement to the news agency public opinion (and babysit), on Wednesday,
that the submission of the budget in this way led to a lack of approval in order to intercept some of the blocks and for this reason it has been delayed legislation
The hearing was adjourned until further notice. "
Added Cassar said that "some of the demands of the Kurdistan Alliance, constitutional and other unrealistic and illegal also would cause a deficit budget,
noting that in the case of the continuation of the Kurdistan Alliance, these demands, the budget would be passed by majority political as passed last year without the presence of deputies of the Kurdistan Alliance
[lightingcslt] awesome article right ?
[sisterbreen] lightingcslt yes very
[lightingcslt] they saying they will pass the budget in a majority of the vote, just awesome
[lightingcslt] but you know what ? I got something better
[lightingcslt] Abtan: the differences between the center and the Kurdistan almost resolved Baghdad - and babysit - A member of the parliamentary Finance Committee Abdul-Hussein Abtan, the differences between the central government and Kurdistan about the budget law almost resolved,
adding that the problem lies on the subject of the petro-dollar. Abtan said in a statement singled out by the (public radio), "The dispute between the federal government and the Kurdistan about the budget law to resolve almost",
adding that "the problem lies on the subject of the petro-dollar oil and the rights of the provinces included in the five dollars to the budget."
He pointed out that "according to the amended Law 21 has been granted Kirkuk, Maysan and Dhi Qar, Basra and other oil provinces, five dollars instead of one dollar, but the federal government did not take this issue into account."
[lightingcslt] k now we see this art >>>>>>> he dispute between the federal government and the Kurdistan about the budget law to resolve almost", adding that "the problem lies on the subject of the petro-dollar oil and the rights of the provinces included in the five dollars to the budget."
[lightingcslt] k you all see that, then I find this >>>>>>>> Maliki: reassure the provinces that their right to a saved five dollars per barrel Baghdad - and babysit - Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Wednesday,
that the law of the provinces give five dollars for each barrel is still in force, pointing out that the right of the provincial budget, "Mahfouz."
Maliki said in his weekly seen by the news agency public opinion (and babysit) reassure the provinces that the right of the project petro dollars saved, which is five dollars per barrel product ',
pointing out that the federal government negotiations are continuing with the Kurdistan Regional Government and the crisis of oil exports from the region will end soon.
Regarding the decision to convert the districts to provinces, Maliki said: that the decision to transfer the districts of Tuz Khurmatu and the Nineveh Plain and Tall Afar and Fallujah to the provinces of legal and constitutional one and has no right to challenge it.
While stressing Kurdistan and the ministries of Baghdad concerned to cooperate to resolve the issue of the budget ', and operations Alaskaraah in Anbar, said al-Maliki: that military operations would continue until the completion of the presence of al-Qaeda, adding that the time has come to end the presence of armed groups in Fallujah http://alrayy.com/102876.htm
[lightingcslt] look at that
[lightingcslt] Maliki: reassure the provinces that their right to a saved five dollars per barrel Baghdad
[lightingcslt] *hallelujah* imo this done ! The Kurds and the govt have come to terms -- period
[lightingcslt] do you all no how huge this is ? This is what we have been waiting on for years
[BondLady] and Sharistani they are now to settle the remainder of the differences according to news out today
[sisterbreen] lightingcslt yessssssssssssss
[lightingcslt] Iraq is now in unity
[BondLady] in kurd land
[lightingcslt] they are a fully united Iraq just like we are united here in the states, you have just seen history folks -- this imo is it, budget gets passed and in that budget is the HCL
[lightingcslt] Iraq is going to explode as a major democratic society, this is what we have all been waiting for, for a long time
[sisterbreen] lightingcslt tyvm
[lightingcslt] get ready because imo our investment is now on a day by day basis
[tlm724] it is amazing how the pieces fit together lighters ty !
[tlm724] it seems it was a cycle of budget and hcl over the years, HCL always was left behind
[lightingcslt] tlm724 yes but the difference was they never would come to terms
[tlm724] lightingcslt exactly the point, they have come so far now
[lightingcslt] tlm724 well this year is different
[tlm724] indeed !
[BondLady] last election part of the Erbril agreement was the GOI had to pass the HCL in June of 2012 and they obviously didn't
[lightingcslt] tlm724 and you know why also ? this is election year --- politicians want to look good, Maliki wants to look like the hero and he will have Turki do his thing as well after the budget is passed... awesome just awesome, we are there imo
[lightingcslt] ok then lets look forward to that budget hitting the parliament floor, thanks everyone lights out