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Friday, September 9, 2016

Dinar Updates Daily Chat Log for Friday 9/9/16 - Part 3

Dinar Updates Daily Chat Log

Part 3 - Featuring rcookie

DIGIman1 says(8:14 AM):

Read through the label of ingredients of your food and then you understand why it’s important to pray before you eat.

rcookie says(8:14 AM):

Home Did you read the news? Of America race Iraq Morocco science and technology Sawa Magazine

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Parliamentary Security: To investigate the armament contracts since 2003

September 8, 2016

The former Iraqi Defense Minister Abdul-Qader al-Obeidi

According to the Security and Defense Committee member of the parliamentary Iskandar and berries Thursday that the Committee in the process of opening files, all armament contracts, entered into by the Iraqi government since 2003 until now.


It comes this review, according to what he said and Tut "Radio Sawa" on the background of the decision taken by the Commission in meetings held two days ago to assess the work of the military and security institutions and improve its performance, where the Commission will conduct a series of visits to security departments in order to expose corruption files.

He said that initially and berries will review the armament contracts in the period was a witness in his own "shortcomings and corruption," he said, referring to former Defense Minister Abdul-Qader al-Obeidi.

He and berries to condemn al-Obeidi in corruption cases will lead to address the US government, al-Obeidi lived in the territory now, in order to hand him over to Iraq to direct the trial.

Source: Radio Sawa

DIGIman1 says(8:15 AM):

that otta stir up a few more corruption cases....

larrykn says to DIGIman1(Whisper message)(8:17 AM):

you ready for a break

DIGIman1 says to larrykn(Whisper message)(8:25 AM):

yes please :) and thank you

larrykn says to DIGIman1(Whisper message)(8:26 AM):

please

DIGIman1 says(8:27 AM):

I've got to sit down and work out where I stand.

larrykn says to DIGIman1(8:27 AM):

thanks for copying this morning :)

(8:27 AM).MOD.DIGIman1.copy changed nickname to .MOD.DIGIman1!

subgirl says to DIGIman1(8:27 AM):

:D

DIGIman1 says to larrykn(8:27 AM):

yvw :) thank you for all you do :)

larrykn says to DIGIman1(8:28 AM):

yvw :)

clay says to larrykn(8:28 AM):

thanks buddy

larrykn says to clay(8:29 AM):

yw buddy :) I love this place , what a team we have

clay says to larrykn(8:30 AM):

4 sure :)

subgirl says to larrykn(8:31 AM):

(y) yep!!

rcookie says(8:31 AM):

THIS IS BIG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.......

rcookie says(8:32 AM):

Chamber of Commerce Federation calls for theestablishment of a sovereign fund to support loss-making state-owned companies

09-09-2016

It called the Union of Chambers of Commerce, on Friday, to establish a sovereign fund with a capital of no less than 200 billion dinars to support loss-making state-owned companies and rehabilitated to make them productive and profitable.

The head of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce Jaafar al-Hamdani said in a statement "the economy News" received a copy of it, that "some state-owned companies, particularly within ministries of industry and minerals, agriculture and trade suffered a great loss as a result of the entry of imported goods made production lines and delay its work," they returned to it, "reflected negatively the reality of the Iraqi economic and gross domestic product. "

He said al-Hamdani, that "the best way to advance these companies establish a sovereign financial fund With a substantial capital not less than 200 billion dinars, can be increased through the contribution of the government and the private sector, to support those companies and enable them to rehabilitate its production lines and updated, and the import of raw materials that you need."

He said al-Hamdani, that "the existence of such a fund should be accompanied by legal legislation to ensure its success, including tariffs and protect the product and the consumer law, as well as having real control to support this proposal and ensure its implementation."

larrykn says to rcookie(8:33 AM):

is this them changing from state owned companies to private owned companies?

subgirl says to rcookie(8:35 AM):

now that is security for the investors/companies WOW! that is HUGE! :)

MrsBGG says to subgirl(8:42 AM):

Good morning sweet lady (L)

MrsBGG says to larrykn(8:42 AM):

Good morning :)

subgirl says to MrsBGG(8:42 AM):

Good Morning :) (L)

MrsBGG says to rcookie(8:42 AM):

Good morning :)

MrsBGG says to rcookie(8:42 AM):

Thank you for the News!!

MrsBGG says(8:42 AM):

Don’t MISS – “DU NEWS TIME” w/BGG and a “Special Guest” in the DU CHAT ROOM – Friday 7:30pm EST

MrsBGG says to clay(8:43 AM):

Good morning :)

clay says to MrsBGG(8:43 AM):

Good Morning :)

larrykn says to MrsBGG(8:45 AM):

gm :), sorry was cooking breakfast :D

MrsBGG says to larrykn(8:46 AM):

No problemo!!!

MrsBGG says to larrykn(8:46 AM):

What's fro breakfast?

MrsBGG says to larrykn(8:47 AM):

for*

larrykn says(8:47 AM):

eggs an hashbrowns :)

MrsBGG says to larrykn(8:48 AM):

(y)

RickeyT says to larrykn(8:48 AM):

no pork?

MrsBGG says to RickeyT(8:48 AM):

Good morning :)

MrsBGG says to RickeyT(8:48 AM):

How are you?

RickeyT says(8:48 AM):

good morning

RickeyT says(8:49 AM):

I am alive, how are you?

larrykn says to RickeyT(8:49 AM):

not today trying to get rid of what we have before vacation

MrsBGG says to RickeyT(8:51 AM):

Praise the Lord! Alive is great!! :) Blessed, thank you for asking :)

clay says to RickeyT(8:52 AM):

hey buddy

rcookie says to larrykn(8:53 AM):

Parliamentary Services is pushing legislation that laws dealing with financial crisis58 Show Last update:

Thursday, September 8, 2016 - 11:37

Parliamentary Services is pushing legislation that laws dealing with financial crisis

Confirmed by the Commission services and reconstruction parliamentary Tamimi morning, the country's need of economic legislation outweigh the 500 legislation contribute to supplement and evaluate Alarac.orjeht Tamimi budget, in a statement, «the continuing economic and financial challenges in front of Iraq and the poor investment climate, which leads to osteoporosis in the construction and reconstruction of the country».

Tamimi added that «there are concerns by investors because of the volume of transactions that can not do not mind the costs and the amount of time», pointing out that «all of this because of financial and administrative corruption in government departments without exception».

Tamimi that «legislator in Iraq from 2004 laws up to the day of the 50 did not exceed the law of the total 600 law and noted that one of the reasons for slowdown in economic growth in Iraq.»

kalis says to larrykn (privately)(8:53 AM):

WELL it is changing from state to private i am reading it right

RickeyT says to clay(8:53 AM):

good morning

kalis says to larrykn (privately)(8:54 AM):

am i right

kalis says to larrykn(8:54 AM):

kalis has closed the private chat window!

larrykn says to kalis (privately)(8:54 AM):

I'm not sure, they might be trying to improve their workforce so they can be more competive with the private sector

kalis says to larrykn (privately)(8:54 AM):

ok

kalis says to larrykn (privately)(8:54 AM):

thank you

kalis says to larrykn(8:54 AM):

kalis has closed the private chat window!

larrykn says to kalis (privately)(8:54 AM):

yw

rcookie says(8:55 AM):

Iraq opens issuing passports system for his community in Los Angeles, US

Friday 09-09-2016 | 3:06:15

Twilight News / Foreign Ministry announced on Friday for the opening of the system for issuing passports for the Iraqi community in one of the large US states.

The ministry said in a statement today, "it was after the great efforts Consular Department of the Foreign Ministry and in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior and Iraqi employees of the consulate in Los Angeles opening of the issuance of the passport system in the Iraqi consulate in Los Angeles, the US."

The statement pointed out that this system "this important service to the thousands of Iraqis who live west of the United States of America will provide."

clay says to rcookie(8:57 AM):

wow they are truely on the move

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