Maliki discuss with his ministers and his retirement retirement
By Khabaar Khaba 07/18/2014 04:32 | Views: 1106
Discuss Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his ministers with his salary and their pensions.
A source familiar with the Council of Ministers of the reporter Agency for News News (et al) Maliki discussed on the sidelines of the meeting of the Council of Ministers on Thursday after the end of the agenda of the meeting of his retirement and retirement and his ministers after the formation of the new government, did not mention the source further details.
This comes after the rejection of the political blocs third renewal of the mandate of the leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri Kamal al-Maliki. LINK
BlueyesinLevis: This comes after the rejection of the political blocs third renewal of the mandate of the leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri Kamal al-Maliki.
So do you think they will throw him a retirement party? Sit around talking about the "good old days" ?
-Nouri: "remember when we could just grab young girls off the streets and take 'em over to the prison for rape and torture.. then call their mothers over.. and rape them , too? How about the way I worked that idiot Joe Biden, then immediatly arrested my enemies. Yeah.. good times!"
-Achmed: " Yeah, too bad that rat Hashemi escaped . Still.. I gotta hand to you Nouri... you helped us all become billionaires... and those stupid peasants even voted your bloc back in so we get to nominate Sharstani now. We'll miss ya, Big Guy... just stay out of the Hague, alright? C'mere ya big lug!"
Tlar: Obama supposedly made a deal with Maliki allowing for his resignation and removal. I would love to know what it was. It can't be that the international community would agree to let him off charges.
Genicide would be a very hard charge to wipe out and there is no way they would let him off scot free. The SOL should now come around as the articles are saying they are.
One can only hope they don't continue to insist on Tareq or Jaafari but rather put up Chalabi or Mahdi. If they do this, it most likely will be over on Wednesday. Salih was and still is the President to be elected.
The VP's, a Shia and a Sunni both are waiting in the wings. If the SOL chooses Chalabi and/or Mahdi, its done and should be signed sealed and delivered on Wednesday.
Turki then should feel free to push the button changing the rate within days of the announcement that there is a new non-sec tarian government. Jubilation will finally come to the Iraqi street.
EVERYONE WILL BE Holding hands and SINGING CUM BY YA including me. The wicked witch is dead. Then I will never ever, ever, read another thing about Iraq. Yea, hip, hip, horay. tlar
Investor1: Unanimously Iraqi political forces yesterday to exclude the Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki as head of the new government.
confirmed political sources from within the National Alliance in Iraq, which belongs to al-Maliki, a decision that was taken in the coalition, the center and the presence of more than one scenario for the formation of the new government.
explained that the message oral envoy to the owners of the supreme authority Ali al-Sistani, and that has been circulating among the components of the alliance, asking him to step down as prime minister, and was given days to announce it, or will announce the reference rejection of his third term in a statement.
confirmed Iraqi lawmakers that al-Maliki will be out of competition at the head of the new government, that will resolve its mind and ordered the president ahead of the parliamentary session next Wednesday.
expected to put forward the name of the candidate for the post of President of the new Iraqi during a session of Parliament next Wednesday, to, in turn, commissioned by the head of the largest bloc in parliament to form a new government, against the background of the results of the parliamentary elections that took place in Iraq on April 30 last.
and there are no large bloc in the Iraqi parliament compete State of Law bloc led by al-Maliki (92) deputies to compete for the formation of the next Iraqi government.
Sources pointed out that Ibrahim Jaafari, head of the National Alliance, the Shia, and Ammar al-Hakim, leader of the Islamic Supreme Council, are locked in now intensive talks with the coalition parties on the one hand, and a coalition of al-Maliki on the other hand to reach a formula that satisfies everyone.
According to sources, it has been trading name of Ibrahim al-Jaafari and Adel Abdul Mahdi and Tariq Najim, to take over as prime minister, while sources confirm that Tariq star will be the luckiest as of close to the owners, and that his tenure comes to satisfy the last resort in a political deal will be announced within a week.
According to other sources that al-Maliki is now trying to get a decision from the Federal Court authorized the formation of the government as the largest bloc which won the most votes and not the National Alliance.
reported that al-Maliki will work through this If the decision was released, the defections from the coalition, and to try to form a government.
explained that this would lead to the other components of the coalition alliance with Sunni and Kurdish forces, to form a larger force and keep Maliki as prime minister. Agencies
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Dr. Gann: Wow I sure hope he is gone for Iraq ,he has been nohting but the hold up at the Outlaw Saloon for too long ,, Shasta he s another bad apple
Dreamweaver: Tlar, agree it could happen as soon as country is politcally safe from both Maliki and ISIS ... but can't see Turki RV'ing while ISIS running amok and possibly prospering -- unless that situation is more resolved than news is reporting. Believe Sunnis when they say they will take care of the buggers ... so hopefully they can get 'er done in rapid order.
Rockstar: DW I believe as soon as the new PM is announced and voted in we will see ISIS disappear and will be a non issue! We already seem to be seeing articles of them retreating.
There was also a couple of articles over the past couple of weeks that said specifically as soon as Maliki is gone they will be gone so I believe all is good and this will be a non issue personally!
I think the bigger issue that no one seems to look at is once the new PM is voted in will he keep Turki as the CBI Governor, if not and he puts someone new in unless it's Shabibi than we maybe in for another delay!