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JWill: I bet Zimbabwe finish ballot counting before Iraq does!!! As Corrupt as. Zimbabwe is.. they can get a govt formed & votes counted in 1 week where it may take Iraq 2 months. Zimbabwe has done this before in the past.
RVAlready: I do not think CBI cares about the vote. I think the vote is just a false delay, while any remaining financial item are moved into place. I think waiting for the recount is a sham…. I think we have the demonstrators to thank, for pushing on the CBI to finish quickly
RVAlready: One more thing from the crazy mind of rvalready: Abadi + the COM are the GOI. The recounts are proving to change nothing. Therefore, they should do the RV before parliament convenes. They do not need them, and they could try to get in the way. Nobody but Abadi will be the now and future PM.
Red: remember when the lowered the US flag over Iraq and raised the Iraq flag huge event thousands in attendence, we thought that was the trigger for the Rv 7 years ago, lol lol lol
Steadfast: i remember when we all thought mosul was the trigger for this event, and waited each week to hear the progress until it was finally liberated and then...... nothing. Hmmm deja vu.
Instigator: Zimbabwe awaits 1st results of peaceful election... https://www.fox13memphis.com/news/zimbabwe-awaits-results-as-election-officials-count-ballots/802425365
More than three quarters of votes counted, results expected from 3pm- ZEC
Posted on July 31, 2018 by The Independent
THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission says more than three quarters of the votes cast in Monday’s harmonised elections have been counted with results of the poll expected to start being announced from 3pm.
By Nyasha Chingono
ZEC chairperson Priscilla Chigumba told a press conference that some results were still trickling in from remote areas.
Counting has been completed in Matabeleland South, Masvingo and Bulawayo while in Mashonaland Central, 98% of the results have been received.
In Harare 75% of the votes have been finalised while in Manicaland 56%, has been completed.
In Midlands, counting is expected to be completed by midday.
About 1,3% of voters were turned away because of various reasons ranging from lack of identity documents and appearing at the wrong polling stations.
Chigumba urged political parties to desist from announcing unofficial results.
“It is unlawful to announce results because it is in direct contravention of section 60 (A) subsection B of the Electoral Act,” she said.
“The announcement of election results by unofficial sources has the potential to mislead the public and create unnecessary political emotions. The public is hereby advised to disregard the announcement of such results”.
Courtesy of Dinar Guru
chattels "Dollar exchange rates in Iraq on Monday 30/07/2018 Economy News _ Baghdad...The exchange rate of the dollar, Monday, stabilized against the dinar in the local currency market. ...the price of selling the dollar in Baghdad today 119 thousand and 500 and the purchase price 120 thousand and 500 dinars to 100 dollars."
Is it accurate to observe that the disparity between the several bourses in Iraq is much diminished? Perhaps uniformity in the rates within Iraq is important to our event ?
Real Community Engagement: https://youtu.be/dHmEgFePw-M
Usmcret22: I notice there was an article that mention Mousal opening up a Central Bank. Could that have any impact on what we all seek? Article #2 and the change of rate?
Frank26: YES IT DOES .
Samson: Abadi: The government is in the process of publishing lists of names of officials referred to integrity on corruption charges
31st July, 2018
The Prime Minister, General Commander of the Armed Forces, Haider Abadi, said Tuesday that the government is in the process of publishing lists of names referred to the Integrity Commission on charges of corruption, while noting that the government is serious to meet the demands of the demonstrators.
"We are working with the political blocs on the preparation of unified programs for reform in the next phase," Abadi said in his weekly conference after the cabinet meeting and his follow-up, "Al-Ghad Press". He said that "the government is in the process of publishing the lists of names referred to the Integrity Commission on charges of corruption."
He added that "the Council of Ministers discussed the demands of the demonstrators and approved new amounts to provide services, in addition to the Council voted on the minutes of implementation of the petrochemical project in Basra," calling for the legislative and executive to "cooperate with the executive authorities to fight corruption."
He pointed out that "the government is serious to achieve the demands of the demonstrators and the citizen is a key factor in the disclosure of the level of services," explaining that "the demonstrations are a motive for the government towards work and achievement in the service sector." LINK
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