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Part 2 - Featuring BGG & rcookie

larrykn says to Canucklady(7:42 AM):

have fun :D

DIGIman1 says(7:42 AM):

42.7 percent of all statistics are made up on the spot.

(7:43 AM)woodguy was kicked out by woodguy!

larrykn says(7:45 AM):

President of the Republic ratified the dismissal of Defense Minister

2016/9/8 14:56

[Oan- Baghdad]

Sadek President, Fuad Masum, the dismissal of Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi.

He said a presidential source told all of Iraq [where], that "the President of the Republic, issued a decree to withdraw confidence from the defense minister, denies this decree on 25 August, and its publication in the Official Gazette."

The House of Representatives had voted in its meeting on 25 August, by secret ballot, on the withdrawal of confidence from Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, after the sound of an earlier time limit on dissatisfaction with answers being questioned on charges of corruption, which was held at the beginning of last month, in which he accused House Speaker Salim Jubouri, and deputies from the coalition the Iraqi forces of corruption and trying to blackmail him, to pass the weapons contracts to feed soldiers deals, thrills and controversy in the public opinion.

He was appointed commander of the armed forces, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Chief of Staff of the Army agency team Othman Ghanimi as defense minister by proxy rather than al-Obeidi.

Abadi, he also announced his nominees will be presented to the ministries of interior and defense to the House of Representatives after the Eid al-Adha holiday.

The Chairman of Parliament Saleem al-Jubouri, three candidates on behalf of the Alliance of Iraqi forces to fill the post of defense minister and they full-Dulaimi, and Ahmed al-Jubouri, the Badr stallion.

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:46 AM):

Good morning!! :)

subgirl says to larrykn(7:46 AM):

Good Morning!! :)

Woodywoodpecker says(7:46 AM):

Good morning from the woods

subgirl says to Woodywoodpecker(7:46 AM):

lol GOOD MORNING!! :)

larrykn says(7:47 AM):

Front: 60 deputies in the Parliament cafeteria declined to attend today's session

2016-09-08 12:20

Special balance news

Fix front mp revealed emotions grace, Thursday, on the presence of 60 deputies in the Parliament cafeteria declined to attend today's session.

She had the grace to/news/balances, that "reasons not to hold a hearing on the House today, being related to impeach Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari and some blocks rejects it."

She added, "the number of attendees was 141 deputies", indicating the presence of 60 deputies in the Parliament cafeteria declined to attend the meeting as well as the presence of a large number of deputies in the bloc heads rooms Defund it attend to prevent the recall from ".

She drew a blessing, "prominent citizen mass moulding blocks subject to dismiss Finance Minister."

The Deputy pointed out front, that "twist and rotate positions of political blocs, would have been better to unite its vision within the dome of Parliament."

larrykn says to subgirl(7:47 AM):

gm subby :)

subgirl says to larrykn(7:49 AM):

you did great last night!!! :) wasn't it fun? lol

larrykn says to subgirl(7:50 AM):

yes I had a great time :)

subgirl says to larrykn(7:50 AM):

so did I :) lol

larrykn says to subgirl(7:50 AM):

I think it went well :)

subgirl says to larrykn(7:50 AM):

yep I did too. :)

larrykn says to subgirl(7:51 AM):

now I'm ready for vacation :)

subgirl says to larrykn(7:51 AM):

lol :D(lol)(y)

subgirl says to larrykn(7:51 AM):

I'll second that cuz I am too lol

larrykn says to subgirl(7:51 AM):

its been over 40 years since I've been to Idaho

DIGIman1 says to subgirl(7:51 AM):

subbyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!! so! can we? huh? can we???? :D

subgirl says to larrykn(7:51 AM):

wow!

larrykn says to subgirl(7:52 AM):

thats a real pretty state

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:52 AM):

lol DDDDIIIGGGGIIII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol welllllllll NOT QUITE YET Lol :D(lol):D

larrykn says to subgirl(7:52 AM):

maybe I'll get some potatoes :D

DIGIman1 says to subgirl(7:52 AM):

(y) :D

subgirl says to larrykn(7:52 AM):

so I have heard!!! :)

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:52 AM):

you have off today again???? lol

larrykn says to subgirl(7:53 AM):

he is making life easy for me :)

subgirl says to larrykn(7:53 AM):

:D yes Idaho potatoes lol

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:53 AM):

I have off tomorrrow!!! lol yyyyaaayy!!!

larrykn says to subgirl(7:53 AM):

yes I'm off too :D

subgirl says to larrykn(7:54 AM):

:D:@(lol) yes you do lol

subgirl says to larrykn(7:54 AM):

do you remember what today is?

subgirl says to larrykn(7:54 AM):

lol It is THURSDAY!! lol

larrykn says to subgirl(7:54 AM):

thusday ({)

subgirl says to larrykn(7:54 AM):

yep lol

DIGIman1 says to subgirl(7:54 AM):

nice!!! glad they gave you a break!! (especially on a friday!! )

subgirl says to larrykn(7:55 AM):

when I am off, I tend to forget which day it is lol

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:55 AM):

yes!!! lol

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:55 AM):

I love my 3 day weekend!

larrykn says to subgirl(7:55 AM):

I do that all the time lol

subgirl says to larrykn(7:55 AM):

me too lol

larrykn says to subgirl(7:55 AM):

I love my 7 day weekend :D

subgirl says to larrykn(7:55 AM):

real easy to do lol lol

subgirl says to larrykn(7:55 AM):

(lol):@:@:D

subgirl says to larrykn(7:56 AM):

well I guess I have to go there to work!! UGH lol Cya all later this afternoon/evening uGH lol

larrykn says to subgirl(7:56 AM):

have a blessed day cya tonight :)

DIGIman1 says to subgirl(7:56 AM):

have 'fun'! :D

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:56 AM):

take care and have a great day!!! :) (})

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:57 AM):

:D:@:'((lol)

DIGIman1 says to subgirl(7:57 AM):

lol

subgirl says to larrykn(7:57 AM):

thank you larry and you too! :) (})

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:57 AM):

:D lol

DIGIman1 says to subgirl(7:57 AM):

:D

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:57 AM):

be good lol lol

DIGIman1 says to subgirl(7:58 AM):

ya right :D

subgirl says to DIGIman1(7:58 AM):

lol

larrykn says(7:59 AM):

Parliament Basra demanding government support for the industrial sector in the province

2016-09-08 at 11:42

Baghdad scales news

A number of representatives from Basra, Thursday, Federal Government support for the industrial sector in the province.

Samad said at a press conference held by Parliament on Basra today, within Parliament and his presence/balance of news/, we as a Parliament for Basra demand the support of the industrial sector including public company southern fertilizer, iron and steel and paper industries.

He added, "the Ministry of agriculture should commit to buy fertilizer company exclusively", stating that he "cannot import unless petrochemical company apology."

Samad, called "rehabilitation of the iron and steel plant," pointing out that "funds ready for rehabilitation, and cannot be delayed."

BGG says(8:27 AM):

Regarding this conversation about them delaying dealing with Zebari in Parliament today - there were "musings" about such shenanigans being possible in the News yesterday and the day before...

BGG says(8:28 AM):

no out of character for them... lots of changes going on in Iraq right now...

DIGIman1 says to larrykn(Whisper message)(8:28 AM):

sure.....thanks :)

BGG says(8:29 AM):

(not)... :)

(8:29 AM).MOD.DIGIman1.copy changed nickname to .MOD.DIGIman1!

DIGIman1 says(8:31 AM):

perhaps they fear for their own necks as well....

larrykn says to DIGIman1(8:34 AM):

thank you for copying this morning :)

(8:34 AM)dreamway was kicked out by dreamway!

larrykn says to BGG(8:35 AM):

sure is interesting times over there

DIGIman1 says to larrykn(8:35 AM):

yvw :) thank you for taking over :)

BGG says to larrykn(8:35 AM):

More and more every day!!

larrykn says to DIGIman1(8:35 AM):

yw :)

larrykn says to BGG(8:36 AM):

yes getting real exciting these days :)

kalis says(8:38 AM):

i still think thing are still happening behind close doors .. So what if this delays things a few days or does this have anything to do with our investment ? I still think they are moving forward as i think the near future we should be done with our investment . I never thought this would be done in sept 2016 ,but do think Oct 2016 is looking good ,but if not oct 2016 for sure by Jan 2017 . that is just me thinking .. no ink hope this does not dinar guru my thoughts .lol

larrykn says to kalis(8:39 AM):

its just your option :)

kalis says(8:40 AM):

yes please do not on dinar guru .lol

rcookie says(8:40 AM):

Judiciary issued an arrest warrant against the former speaker of parliament

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Judiciary issued an arrest warrant against the former speaker of parliament

Thu, 08 Sep 2016 10:55:08

Algmehorah_uz

Supreme Judicial Council issued an arrest warrant against Mehdi Saleh Iyad al-Samarrai on charges of career exploitation. "

The note, which was issued in accordance with Article 320 of the Penal Code in 07/08/2016, authorizes judicial police members and police all arrested Iyad al-Samarrai Salih Mahdi charges of career exploitation.

rcookie says(8:41 AM):

TALKED ABOUT THIS LAST NIGHT.....

rcookie says(8:41 AM):

Involving the private sector in the management of the Iraqi economy boosts resources

3 hours ago

Samir Alnasiri

Economist and banking expert

All initial indications point in the preparation of the budget for 2017 that the non-oil revenues will be at a higher rate compared to what has been allocated in previous years. This means that the government is planning to start the transition from [...]

All initial indications point in the preparation of the budget for 2017 that the non-oil revenues will be at a higher rate compared to what has been allocated in previous years. This means that the government is planning to start the transition from a rentier economy to a productive, diversified resources, and reduce dependence on oil from 95 percent to 85 percent ratio in 2017 of the total revenue.

In order to do so there must be a clear role and program decree for private sector involvement in the management of the economy. This comes through the rebuilding of the institutional structure of the private sector in the legislative and motivational and procedural aspects and consistent and matches the axis (III) of the government program (to encourage the shift to the private sector) and implementation phases of development for year strategy (2014-2030) launched by the government in February 2015 that actually start these programs immediately prepare mechanisms to involve the national private sector in economic decision-making in accordance with the overall look to stimulate in all production sectors, including mainly in agriculture, industry and construction (housing and construction), energy, services, tourism, and the government and representations adopt special programs and contributions and operating procedures calculated sector and supported financially and legally, and to be in 2017 is already in the private sector.

rcookie says(8:42 AM):

In order to achieve this the government must take the first place the establishment of a Higher Council for the private sector made up of representatives of the private sector and the government assume management and supervision, audit and evaluation of programs and policies designed for the manufacture of decisions required to achieve the central economic targets in partnership and cooperation between the private and public sectors.

So I see that the stage and experience experienced by economically Iraq since the (2003-2016) need to be analytical and pause and evaluation dedicated to building the national economy, according to a look a new strategy for the transition to a market economy, according to the program prepared by the government and approved by the Iraqi Council of Representatives included six themes notably economic hub, which emphasizes the need to apply the important stages in the construction of a strategy to develop the economy and to support and develop the private sector to take its role in contributing to the construction of the new economy and diversify its resources for the budget without relying on oil by a large margin.

For the purpose of discussing and studying the economic reality that Iraq is going through must stand logical, scientific and economic analysis on the most prominent themes that require solutions in order to build a proper introductions to move to the mechanisms of the market economy prompt. This requires for the purpose of implementation of private sector development strategy of the government and the private all banking and industrial, agricultural and service fields to participate and cooperate in the implementation of development trends that achieve interim, medium and long-term objectives and strategy sector.

This means engaging the private sector a greater role in economic decision-making and lead the market through the following:

1. contribute to the improvement of the business environment in Iraq and providing encouraging investment climate to attract domestic and foreign capital and encourage the achievement of partnerships between the public and private sector.

2. Contribute to the creation of a new legislative environment based on the terms of reference to Article 25 of the Permanent Constitution and the laws and strategies for economic reform and private sector development so as to ensure its activation and its leadership of the market in the future.

3. sustain and activating the partnership, dialogue and cooperation between the private sector and government.

4. contribute to the policies, mechanisms and strategies and participate in the follow-up implementation of the resolution of the transition to phases chronologically programmed to a market economy status.

5. work to provide additional sources of financing of the general budget of the State of the adoption of the development and diversification of resources towards raising the proportion of other resources in the non-oil GDP.

larrykn says to rcookie(8:42 AM):

gm :)

rcookie says(8:42 AM):

6. To encourage the creation and development of micro, small and medium enterprises in order to achieve comprehensive and sustainable, including the formation of specialized institutions for the purpose of development.

7. cooperation in ensuring the implementation of the central plans in the provision of infrastructure to encourage private sector development in industry, commerce, agriculture, tourism and mineral resources, energy, and services.

8. activating the role of specialized banks and private banks to provide soft loans to the private sector and the national as well as finding solutions to the problems of taxes and accrued interest resulting from the owners of the stalled production projects and the development of short and medium-term fiscal policy solutions.

9. coordination and cooperation with the ministries of Finance and statistical and institutions involved in the construction of the base and statistical financial information and ensure transparency.

10. actively participate with the government in the implementation of the restructuring of public companies and facilitate partnerships with the private sector measures.

11. to contribute to ensuring the quality of local products and services and imported standards.

12. cooperate and contribute with relevant institutions in the rehabilitation and training specialized in the private sector and human resources.

13. encourage private banks to invest in economic projects so as to enhance the proportion of its contribution to GDP and to accelerate the legislative amendments to achieve this goal

rcookie says to larrykn(8:43 AM):

GM LARRY!!.....GREAT JOB LAST NIGHT!..

larrykn says to rcookie(8:43 AM):

you too

rcookie says(8:46 AM):

Legal Committee: the drafting of a general amnesty law was drafted court and talk about it now, political posturing and Toshih on public opinion (Details)

08-09-2016 02:15 PM Hits: 9427

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He parliamentary legal committee member Salim Chawki, Thursday, that talk about the amnesty law and he comes out terrorists and kidnappers fall in paragraph political Altoshih auctions and public opinion.

Said Shawki in a press statement, that ' the law has been drafted drafting court', adding that ' the article on the paragraph kidnapping, in which that came the kidnapping that lead to permanent disability or loss of the fate of the kidnapped, would not include amnesty , even if there was a waiver. "

He added that Shawqi 'kidnapped if he was in good health , crime where the personal right is mostly, if found to reconciliation and a waiver of the right person, it includes those amnesty'.

He said the 'Article IX of the amnesty law in dispute, where the re - investigation or prosecution did not mention , but pointed to audit procedures by the judiciary', pointing out that 'this is the duty of the judiciary , both said the law it or did not mention the consideration of the convicts issues, and thus to eliminate the authority of discretionary retrial or not '.

He explained that ' the law did not impose anything on the judiciary did not give commitments, but said the law on auditing procedures in the trial , and if there is found defective court can by its discretion that Taaad trial'.

According to Shawki that ' the subject of embezzlement and theft of state funds, these are not covered by an amnesty , but one case is included and traced the stolen money and the state desperately needs to be to return that money.'

larrykn says(8:46 AM):

Army Chief of Staff of Qayyarah: the security of civilians and infrastructure behind the delayed release areas

2016/9/8 15:40

[Oan- Baghdad]

He attributed the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant Gen. Othman al-Ghanemi, during his visit to hand Qayyarah southeastern city of Mosul, the delayed release of some areas from terrorists Daesh to preserve the lives of civilians and to maintain its infrastructure.

According to a statement of the Ministry of Defence, which did not mention the status of customs clearance as defense minister, as some media that said succeeding article, the Minister Khaled al-Obeidi, said that "Army Chief of Staff visited hand Qayyarah, accompanied by his aides for operations and Meera and a number of Alsnov directors and officers of the corner, and you lose the post-liberation from Conception Daesh terrorist. "

The Ghanimi during his visit to the hand, where he arrived by air, "We are in our calculations and our plans consider editing Nineveh key is to hand Qayyarah, also confirmed that we are always directed by the commander of the armed forces to preserve as much as possible to spare civilian lives and infrastructure, and be late to enter some areas for this reason."

"It was important lesson to lead the liberation of Nineveh operations it is to keep the families we were able to restore more than 80% of the villages of its residents, and now our security forces runs relief operations for the civilian population and that this was an important civilian effort, such as running water networks and other services." .

He pointed to customs clearance, "The people of Qayyarah have begun to revolt against criminal gangs Daesh before the arrival of security forces, and now the army and the people, and one case against terrorism."

The visit coincided with the army chief of staff and the arrival of food aid provided by the Iraqi army for the people side.

He was Chief of Staff of the Army has begun a visit to this cutter to meet with the commander of Nineveh operations and edit officers in the corner Operations Command Headquarters, and briefed on the progress of ongoing operations in the boycotted responsibility.

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