Millionday News 7/25/14 Part 1
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[millionday] The document bore the signatures of the leaders of the most prominent Shiite 5 blocks, including Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki about the rule of law, and Zia al-Asadi of the Sadr movement, and Bayan Jabr on the mass of the citizen, and Ibrahim al-Jaafari for the National Reform Movement, and Ammar Tohme alliance of virtue.
Commenting on the so eloquently said Abu tirelessly, a spokesman for the coalition of citizens, led by Ammar al-Hakim, “These papers, most recently at the site by all heads of political blocs within the National Alliance, proving that it is the largest bloCK
[millionday] He said Abu tirelessly “There is no excuse for anyone site in this paper that the separated or cleaves the National Alliance, and who wants to do it, let it be clear to all people and Shiite Ahl al-Bayt in particular that the traitor is out for the National Alliance.”
And saw a spokesman for mass-Hakim said “this document signify the final of the President and the Parliament and the Federal Court is that the largest bloc of the National Alliance.”
[millionday] SO THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE IS THE LARGEST BLOCK AND LEGALLY SIGNED TO BE THE ONES TO CHOOSE THE PM
[millionday] IT ALSO FINALIZED THE PRESIDENT -- HUGE PRESENTATION
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[millionday] A number of members of the U.S. Senate need to change Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, because of the difficulty in running a reliable security file and conciliation between the sects of the Iraqi people. Sen. Eliot Engel, in a hearing in Congress, said that al-Maliki missed an opportunity to complete a comprehensive reconciliation among all Iraqis, stressing the need to leave his post as head of government.
He added, “I have real doubts in the ability of Prime Minister al-Maliki, the Iraqi leadership to compatibility. In fact, the al-Maliki to leave as soon as possible. ” He said Senator bio Sears, for its part, that it is time that the Iraqis must move forward to choose a government that represents all Iraqis and serve.
[millionday] NOTE -- THIS IS THE UNITED STATES SPEAKING
[millionday] He explained that the Iraqi people alone will control the future and he alone will make the decision to change from al-Maliki. The exposure of President Barack Obama in recent weeks to pressure from U.S. lawmakers to persuade al-Maliki to step down because of what they see as a failure of leadership in the face of a rebellion displays his country at risk. He joined the senior officials in the U.S. government to a group of owners and critics blamed for error in the treatment of sectarian divisions.
[millionday] SO THE BLAME LAYS WITH MALIKI AND THAT IS NO SURPRISE BECAUSE WE ARE AMERICANS AND THAT IS WHAT WE ALL SAY SO WE ARE REPRESENTED IN EXACTLY HOW WE FEEL ABOUT IT
[viacuda] So if I understand, M is part of the SOL and the SOL is part of the NA? Correct?
[millionday] NO THE NATIONAL ALLANCE IS A PARTY THAT CAN PUT ANYONE IN -- THEY DO NOT HAVE TO PUT MALIKI IN AS EXPECTED
[carpet] Does that mean M is out with the National having the most votes?
[millionday] THAT MEANS THAT THE ONE PERSON THEY SAID THEY HAD DECIDED ON COULD NOT BE MALIKI --
[millionday] THERE WAS A REPORT OUT THAT THEY WANTED HIM TO BE VICE -PRESIDENT
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[millionday] THIS IS A HUGE HUGE ACTIVATION
[millionday] NOW TODAY WE SAW AT ROUNDTABLE THAT THEY HAVE ADDED SHELVES TO STORE BOX CARS AND TRAILERS FOR IMPORTS AND EXPORTS AT THE PORTS OF ENTRY
[millionday] Hussein al-Tamimi Tgb despite inter challenges facing the operations of the advancement of the industrial sector, but the industrial scene is able to give birth to specialists they desire large in the creation of their investment projects within the country in a serious step to achieve economic feasibility that develop all aspects of production and services.
competent Balchan industrial Muzaffar Jalal Abbas He noted that the industrial gap between Iraq and the countries of the developed world is great, pointing out that local expertise is able to be reduced in a short period of time, especially as the human
[millionday] NOTE -- THEY HAVE BROUGHT IN EXPERTS SO THEY CAN ACTIVATE THE ENTIRE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR
[millionday] resources in the country have high efficiency in most of the joints of the industrial sector. higher demand pointed to the importance of the work on the transfer of experiences successful World that can be adopted locally for the development of economic performance,
especially that the country has the markets for various goods and global products and this is considered the most important elements of the success of the local industry, noting that population growth does the need for more domestic production, which in turn leads to address many of the economic problems
[millionday] NOTE -- THE ACTIVATION NOW OF THE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR WILL MOVE FORWARD THE ECONOMIC REFORM AND I SHOULD SAY HUGE SUCCESS OBVIOUSLY
[millionday] the most important provide the requirements of the local market as well as the expansion of employment opportunities for skilled and unskilled labor that can be rehabilitated in the industrial centers specialized.
food security and pointed out that food security is a necessity to keep the countries in Iraq should be to put it at the forefront of our priorities, stressing the need to achieve through domestic effort and here highlights the need for planning a high degree of accuracy where requires it productive industrially developed can rise through the industrial real who possess the necessary expertise and financial solvency,
[millionday] NOTE -- OF COURSE JOBS ON THE WAY
[millionday] which enables them to set up production lines world-class. production of vegetable oils Abbas indicated the presence of the experiences of successful investment in Baghdad as a Generation plant Mesopotamia to produce vegetable oils, which is the largest in the country,
where the production capacity of the plant to 112 000 tons per year by adopting the best international technology, pointing out that this experience will open broad prospects in front of the investment process, especially as the equipment and production lines have been supplied from the best global origins specialized production lines factories vegetable oil.
successful experiment and between that this experiment investment is successful for the existence of a genuine desire to invest in the country despite the inter determinants that in the forefront of the routine, which require a long time,
[millionday] NOTE -- NOTICE HOW MANY TIMES THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT GLOBAL MARKET AND EXPANSION
[millionday] but the national effort preferred to be output locally despite the presence of facilities to set up a lab in neighboring countries or the region, pointing out that the company proceeded with the implementation of the project is keen to be the achievement under the supervision of international experience who will be brought in to set up the final stages of the project during the coming period.
Industries Development Abbas said: This lab encourages the development of local industry because it fosters a desire investment with the owners of private companies and lead them to go to carry out their industrial projects in various cities,
especially as the demand continues to increase on the various products, noting that the project is a window of work for a large segment of the local workforce which provides in its first phase, more than 300 jobs in various terms of reference,
[millionday] NOTE -- UNDERSTAND THIS IS THE ACTIVATION OF THEIR INDUSTRY SECTOR WHICH HAS NOT BEEN ROLLING FOR MANY YEARS -- THIS IS HUGE
[millionday] as well as provide the requirements of the success of the industrial production, particularly the competencies that help employees to be able to carry out the work assigned to each of them.
private sector and considered that such experiences of successful industrial will work in all cases, to reduce the gap between Iraq and the field of industry global stirred up by dropping out of the world For several decades, indicating that local expertise is able to gain experience evolving rapidly and dealing with advanced technology and this is one of the positives of the advancement of the industrial sector. concluded his speech by noting that the activation industrial production helps to achieve food security for the country,
[millionday] >>>>>> which should be a priority for the local private sector, which placed upon him the responsibility of managing the economic file in the country and this is what the constitution passed after the transition from a centralized economy to a free market economy.
[millionday] SO THIS IS STATING THAT IT IS THE PASSAGE TO A FREE MARKET ECONOMY -- AND THAT MY FRIENDS IS VERY BIG
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millionday] I WANT TO MAKE SURE YOU KNOW THAT THE KURDS HAVE AN OIL BARGE SITTING OUT IN THE WATER AT TEXAS -- SO VERY CLOSE TO A HCL AGREEMENT I WOULD SAY OR IT IS DONE
[millionday] The Oil Ministry announced on Friday for the exported quantities of crude oil and the revenue for the month of June, according to official statistics issued by the Iraqi oil marketing company SOMO A spokesman for the Oil Ministry, Assem Jihad, said in a statement today that “the total amount of oil exports last month amounted to 72 million and 800 000 barrels while the income earned 7 billion and 470 million dollars.”
Jihad and that “the quantities exported and the revenue for the past month from the southern ports in Basra stood at 72.8 million barrels and Baardat amounted to 7,470 billion dollars,” adding that “The Kirkuk oil exports via the Kirkuk – Ceyhan are parked because of the terrorist attacks.”
And that “the average selling price amounted to 102.6 dollars per barrel,” pointing out that “the quantities above were uploaded by the international oil companies that carry different nationalities of the 25 oil companies from the ports of Basra and Khor al-Amaya and buoys unilateralism on the Gulf.”
[millionday] AS WE ALL KNOW OIL IS GOING TO BE MARKETED IN A BIG WAY AND WE HAVE SEEN MANY REPORTS POINTING TO THAT
millionday] The State Department on Thursday all but showed Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki the door, saying he had been particularly hard to work with.
“We had extreme frustrations with the Iraqi government, particularly over the last year,” Brett McGurk, deputy assistant secretary of state for Iraq and Iran, told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
millionday] Then Mr. McGurk seemed to suggest Mr. al-Maliki’s days as prime minister are numbered. “They’ve created a new parliament, and through that parliament new leaders will emerge,” he testified.
“There are a handful of very capable leaders who may emerge as the next prime minister of Iraq. We’re going to have to see this unfold very rapidly over the coming days.” Military analysts have deemed Mr. al-Maliki a failure both in bringing Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds into a governing coalition, and in waging the current war against Sunni militants.
[millionday] Mr. McGurk, who was a diplomat in Iraq during the U.S. troop presence, also disclosed a big gap between how the U.S. and Iraq want to combat the Islamic State group — the Islamist group led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi that has conquered wide areas of Iraq as security forces have mostly fled.
Mr. McGurk said U.S. military officers advised the Iraqi government not to enter the Sunni stronghold of Tikrit, the birthplace of Sunni former dictator Saddam Hussein and now held by the Islamic State. “We have advised the Iraqis for example not to go into urban areas — lessons that we learned,” he said. “The Iraqis made a decision to go into Tikrit. We didn’t really support that decision.”
[millionday] Still, he said, the 700-plus U.S. military advisers recently sent to Iraq “have been embraced.” Mr. McGurk said he told Mr. al-Maliki, a Shiite, that his generals had been lying to him about advances made by the Islamic State.
The prime minister ordered a shake-up and fired a number of senior officers. Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III, commander of U.S. Central Command, is now in Iraq talking to the new commanders, Mr. McGurk said.