Post From Wealthwatch.world Chat Room 9-3-15
Wealthwatch Evening Chat 9-3-15
newbieDA: Iraq has 80 trillion dinars .. half frozen in the banks of the country By: Gazwan on: Thursday 03.09.2015 7:45 Iraq today / special suggested a member of the economic and investment commission in Parliament, Abdel-Salam al-Maliki, to secure large cash liquidity through the declaration of the FAO as a port:
"joint-stock company sold its shares through the stock market to the citizens directly", and features, among: "
The citizen will be the owner The gigantic project, and return it benefit, and also take advantage of the funds within development projects, benefiting the Iraqi economy, "Zkhv MP in his speech for the" Iraq today, "what you say some statistics on the whereabouts of Iraqi cash:"
The Statistics New confirm the existence of more than 41 trillion Iraqi dinars cash Kciolh, distributed among the Iraqi private banks, but the mass semi-Off, "Maliki added that revealed as well, that there is more trillions ..
But where are, we read:" The available statistics indicate the existence of a cluster of more than 80 trillion dinars, half a trader outside the banks, and the remaining mass distributed between the government and private banks, both Iraqi and foreign operating in Iraq, "and criticized the deputy lack of initiatives to take advantage of this liquidity:"
So far we have not seen any initiative by the relevant fiscal and monetary Balseesten, to invest in these blocks broken ", did not spare the Attorney opportunity to itself, to criticize the preoccupation with concerned Iraqi financial affairs, wasting money in the side activities have no fruits:"
The relevant economic ministries and the central bank, banks, and all represented sector of the private banking federations, inflicted State exaggerated pain, for the implementation of external Aivadat to attend conferences, workshops and training courses, end them access to banking experiences in the world and products offered to customers, and how to exploit its assets optimally, "and wondered and spirit sarcastic at the conclusion of his speech:"
newbieDA: Where experiments that had not been transferred to Iraq, which is still owned banking Osaliba traditional " . www.iraqalyoum.net/news.p...
Doug_W: my Dove choc wrapper says. "Don't apologize"
Doug_W: wonder what that means
Doug_W: this one says "kiss and tell"
Doug_W: I KNOW what that emans
BOBBY: newbieDA.. how are you
newbieDA: ‹@BOBBY› hey hey bobby, doing ok
newbieDA: just waiting, watching
newbieDA: not much for news today
newbieDA: friend sent me something
newbieDA: Breaking: Tomahawk cruise missiles strike ISIS Syrian HQ
newbieDA: ya we are just waiting, need laws and the next session is the 8th
Fit2beFit: CBI ANNOUNCEMENT... JUST POSTED To/the permissible banks all and companies of the conversion the two moneys permissible all and companies of the permissible money changer all (Suspension of the dealing in the dollar)
newbieDA: hmm wow
newbieDA: wish we could get that translated, its handwritten though
newbieDA: Highly motivated to buy gold bullion www.alsabaah.iq/ArticleSh...
newbieDA: that was interesting too
newbieDA: we still need laws, and security and corruption taken care of
Stash: have any of you read Myladys in recaps
lonegunman: ‹@Stash› no ! and ??
Stash: its interesting
newbieDA: about the bonds?
whitelions: ‹@newbieDA› the bonds will be issued in dinar and paid out in usd but you can't turn them in until 2017
newbieDA: ‹@whitelions› ty
Tootsie: ‹@Fit2beFit› yes, from this a.m. ~~ To/approved all banks and licensed money transfer companies and foreign exchange companies approved all (dollarization)2015/9/3 The Central Bank acknowledged ◾ date 2015/9/1 conducting a public auction bidding (C144) to sell bank transfers (91 days)2015/9/3
Tootsie: do wish could translate, but pull up the pdf & never in all years could ~ sniff sniff ~~
Tootsie: ‹@Fit2beFit› thanks for that one
Tootsie: just popped in, timely LOL
BOBBY: newbie Da.... change the name back lol
chattels: The Barzani Presidency Conundrum By DAVID ROMANO
chattels: The expiry of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq’s President’s term has consumed much of Erbil’s politics of late. Massoud Barzani’s term in office expired on August 19th, and the KRG’s political parties appear deadlocked over the next step.
The political dispute over the issue has almost paralyzed Kurdistan’s parliament and even attracted mediation by the Americans and others.
Lawmakers from Mr. Barzani’s Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) insist that his term should be extended another two years. Some of their arguments for an extension also appear compelling.
In the midst of a war and more than a few pressing security threats, changing the leadership can be destabilizing and harmful. The Region’s serious economic troubles also call out for a stable hand on the ship of (de facto) state’s tiller.
Even Mr. Barzani and the KDP’s critics tend to concede that South Kurdistan under his watch has pursued cautious, stability-minded policies.
There have been few to no reckless political adventures, and Mr. Barzani appears to have won the trust and respect of many state leaders in the international community. Under his watch, investment in Kurdistan and aid from the international community blossomed.
chattels: Read more @ rudaw.net/english/opinion...
chattels: BAGHDAD / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / Search, secretary general of the Islamic Dawa Party Nuri al-Maliki, with a delegation from the organization of the inside of the Dawa Party, the political and security developments. chattels: ninanews.com/News_Details...
chattels: secretary general of the Islamic Dawa Party Nuri al-Maliki
chattels: not gone yet
whitelions: He's like a cat with 9 lives well let's hope he's at 9 1/2 gone lol
Fit2beFit: if hes not yet, he will be
chattels: Mr. al-Abadi came to power last year on a promise to usher in a “Sunni Awakening 2.0” against the jihadi Islamic State group, reversing Mr. al-Maliki’s strong Shiite favoritism.
chattels: But little visible progress has been made toward that goal over the past year, in large part because of internal political resistance from Mr. al-Maliki, the top player in Iraq’s Shiite Islamic Dawa Party.
TxBrand: twitter.com/SajadJiyad/st... Sajad Jiyad
chattels: Mr. al-Abadi is reported to support legislation calling for the national guard force, but the effort has been stalled in parliament for months.
chattels: U.S. officials say the legislation is being held up by Shiite parliamentary forces aligned with Mr. al-Maliki and by a lack of unity among Iraqi Sunni politicians trying to recover from years of alienation during the former prime minister’s reign.
chattels: article is from June, 2015
chattels: Baghdad (AIN) –There is still a dispute about the National Guard Law, the member of the National Alliance, MP Kamil al-Zaidi assured on Thursday.
“The dispute is among the Iraqi Powers Union and the National Alliance about whether its elements are from the same city which is the request of former or from all Iraqi components and all cities which is of the latter,” Zaidi added to AIN.
“The solution of this dispute is to resend the Law to the government to make some changes,” Zaidi said. chattels: en.alliraqnews.com/module...
chattels: Unidentified gunmen assassinated this evening Prime Alihuegnh spend the southwest province of Kirkuk. A security source told all of Iraq [where] that "unknown gunmen opened fire on Prime Hawija [Hussein Ali Saleh] in Kirkuk behind the Great Mosque of the light as he left Morocco prayers, killing him on the spot chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: Hussein Ali Saleh, head of Hawija’s local authority www.niqash.org/en/article...
OOTW: ‹@chattels› parliament site is down, I'd love to do some research on the National Guard law...it will have to wait
BB824: Maliki news now is just smoke...he will be gone
BB824: He lost the support he had
BB824: Same with Isis scare it's just a zit now there
BB824: The corruption will dangle for a while but as a whole they want and are building change and structure
OOTW: perhaps BB - I would like to see a more consistent push from the religious authorities
BB824: true BUT I think they might be holding it back press wise
BB824: they like to stay quiet in that religion
OOTW: we'll see - my thinking is that Iran is currently exerting influence on members of the GOI
BB824: very possible
BB824: we read more about fights problems then building and growth which I think there keeping quite
OOTW: ‹@chattels› have you seen this?
chattels: ‹@OOTW› a difficult read