Post From Wealthwatch.world Chat Room 9-15-15
Wealthwatch Member Chat 9-15-15 Part 1 of 2
OOTW: LOOKS LIKE THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION IS PREPARING TO INSTALL 850 NEW JOBS AT PORTS IN BASRA...HMMM..
WONDER WHY THEY NEED SO MANY PEOPLE? WE CAN ONLY HOPE IT'S ABOUT THE NEED FOR PEOPLE TO OVERSEE CUSTOMS TARIFFS
OOTW: Transport Minister Baqir al-Zubaidi ... approves the appointment of 850 people of Basra[Image: 2024.jpg]I got the approval of the Minister of Transport Baqir al-Zubaidi, the organization of functional degrees in ports company dedicated to the citizens of the province of Basra nomination forms that the company notify applicants Almtabqan conditions ...
For the purpose of interviewing and take the necessary and according to the controls in the process of appointment to the vacant posts referred to has been selected Advanced in 2396 for the purpose of the appropriate entry on the works of 850 jobs in diverse disciplines were ports has previously announced its need has been the Iraqi ports formed a technical committee administrative financial interviewing them at a time soon to be announced in the media. Brief and the press center of the Ministry of Transport
Doug_W: I still say they can not have tarriffs with NO value!!
Doug_W: relatively NO value of course
OOTW: THEORETICALLY, I AGREE WITH YOU DOUG
chattels: Search First Deputy President of the Republic Nuri al-Maliki at his office today with the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubis developments in the political and security situation in Iraq and programs of the United Nations mission of helping displaced people and the reconstruction of the liberated areas.
Doug_W: wonder how Maliki will steal from them ?
chattels: First Deputy President of the Republic Nuri al-Maliki !!! ???
chattels: " at his office today " - 2015/ 9 / 14
Donnie: they never fail to amaze me.
Doug_W: ditto Donnie
chattels: Maliki being " gone " is just a bad joke anymore. Go ahead, " beat that dead horse " :)
Donnie: Integrity court investigating 53 corruption of the Ministry of Finance File
Donnie: Court revealed integrity and economic crime and money laundering, on Monday, the presence of 53 the issue of financial and administrative corruption related to the Ministry of Finance.
He said to achieve fairness judge in Baghdad Ihab Abdul Redha said in a statement, "Noor News" received a copy of it, that "his court is currently considering 53 files belonging to the Ministry of Finance relating to charges of financial and administrative corruption", adding that "a portion of these files reached the advanced stages will be forwarded to the trial court. "
"The defendants in these cases, some degree of director general of the Undersecretary of the Ministry," pointing to "approach the Office of Inspector General in the Ministry of Finance to provide administrative investigation and the statement of the amount of damage in public money earned because of these files."
Donnie: alnoornews.net/index.php/... LINK
Doug_W: ok WHO dunnit?
Doug_W: Maliki dunnit
Sam: ‹@chattels› ge are we at a stand still???? havent been able to lurk much
chattels: ‹@Sam› there is some progress
BOBBY: Chattels. ......... evening....... hope your well this evening
Sam: ‹@chattels› thanks...
Oneness: Q: What is the Iraqi air force motto? A: I came, I saw, Iran.
Oneness: Q: How many Iraqis does it take to screw in a light bulb?A: None. They can't turn them on anyway
Oneness: The last time we listened to a Bush, we wandered in the desert for 40 years. ... lol
BOBBY: Oneness.... now thats funny lol
Oneness: Fighting horror with humor, Iraqis retaliate against Islamic State .... old news 2014 ... but something to think about ... www.csmonitor.com/World/M...
Oneness: BAGHDAD — How can societies shield themselves from the worst horrors? Sometimes humor helps. The situation in Iraq is no laughing matter, but artists of all stripes are turning to humor to wage war on the Islamic State (IS), ....
Oneness: “It is our duty to denounce the brutality of IS,” he says. “Despite the horrible crimes, our goal is to plant a smile on people’s faces.”
Tootsie: who is "our" in above comment, ??
Tootsie: We all are denouncing it I do think. , Just curious as to where to find the article. Smiles are catching, for sure, if only for a moment
Tootsie: sometimes in store, there are people who look so intent/grim, I make a point of getting eye contact and smiling, 99% of the time the smile will be returned.
Tootsie: ‹@Oneness› ty
Tootsie: so, it makes me feel as if I spread a bit of niceness
Oneness: yes ... it is always beautiful too see someone smile ... ty
Oneness: The Blessed Beauty often remarked: 'There are four qualities which I love to see manifested in people: first, enthusiasm and courage; second, a face wreathed in smiles and a radiant countenance; third, that they see all things with their own eyes and not through the eyes of others; fourth, the ability to carry a task, once begun, through to its end.'
Donnie: 2 second readings and 2 Laws voted on today.
Dianne777: oh yippee, progress
newbieDA: The agenda of the session number (23) Wednesday 16 September 2015 September 16 0.2015 The third parliamentary session The second legislative year The first legislative term First, read verses from the Koran.
Second: The vote on the draft second amendment to the Law of Investment Law No. (13) for the year 2006. (Commission of Economy and Investment, the Finance Committee). (17 articles).
Third: The vote on the draft anti-money laundering and terrorism financing law. (Finance Committee, the Integrity Commission, for the security and defense committee, the Legal Committee). (Article 57).
Fourth: The second reading of the draft regulation of human organ transplantation and prevent trafficking by law. (For the Health and Environment Committee, the Committee of Awqaf and Religious Affairs). (Article 31).
Fifth: The second reading of the draft law of private security companies. (Commission on Security and Defence). (Article 42).
Sixth: The second reading of the draft universities and colleges civil law. (Higher Education Commission, the Legal Committee). (Article 56). Session starts at: ten in the morning. translate.google.com/tran...
newbieDA: Second: The vote on the draft second amendment to the Law of Investment Law No. (13) for the year 2006. (Commission of Economy and Investment, the Finance Committee). (17 articles).
Donnie: Third: The vote on the draft anti-money laundering and terrorism financing law. (Finance Committee, the Integrity Commission, for the security and defense committee, the Legal Committee). (Article 57).
newbieDA: Third: The vote on the draft anti-money laundering and terrorism financing law. (Finance Committee, the Integrity Commission, for the security and defense committee, the Legal Committee). (Article 57).
Donnie: 2 biggies there
newbieDA: oh wow going to be an amzing day
newbieDA: wealthwatch.world/showthr... http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2178
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — Security forces in Kirkuk province arrested 45 terrorist suspects Monday. Brigadier General Smko Mohammad, Kirkuk’s Asayish media officer, reported in a press conference on Monday, after Peshmerga forces took control of 11 villages south of Kirkuk, that they arrested 45 people who he claimed were “previously ISIS members who participated in fighting against Peshmerga.”
“Security forces in Kirkuk received information that ISIS elements tried to infiltrate into families who fled ISIS,” Mohammad added. “It was revealed that the 45 terrorist were taking part in the fight against Peshmerga.”
On September 7, Asayish loyal to the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) in Kirkuk reported that in the past month 99 people were arrested, and at least some were ISIS militants.
On September 11, the Kurdistan region’s Peshmerga forces completed an operation that pushed ISIS militants out of areas south of Kirkuk, military sources told Rudaw.
An area of approximately 150 square kilometers (58 square miles) was recaptured from the militants as the Peshmerga forced ISIS out of 13 villages, the sources said.
The Peshmerga have remained a bulwark against ISIS expansion in northern Iraq ever since the militants attacked the Kurds in August last year, igniting a war in which some 1,200 Peshmerga have been killed, according to official figures. chattels: rudaw.net/english/middlee...
chattels: Council of Ministers held on Tuesday its thirty-sixth regular under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Dr. Haider al-Abadi, the Board discussed in the beginning of the meeting developments in the military and security situation, and a number of issues on its agenda.
The Cabinet approved the bill to cancel the posts of Vice-President of the Republic Act and submitted it to House of Representatives based on the provisions of Articles 61 / item I, 80 / item II of the Constitution.
chattels: Reidar Visser @reidarvisser 9m9 minutes ago #Iraq cabinet summary for today announces agreement on draft law for abolishing vice presidency law from 2012 pmo.iq/press2015/15-9-201... … http://pmo.iq/press2015/15-9-20151.htm
Donnie: so, if the law is in the way to do something just cancel the law.
chattels: [Baghdad - where] the voice of the Council of Ministers during its regular Tuesday to approve the bill to cancel the posts of Vice-President of the Republic Act .. The Vice-President of the Republic are three Nouri al-Maliki and Iyad Allawi, Osama al follows chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul...
chattels: ‹@Donnie› ???
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