Aggiedad77 » September 9th, 2016
Suspecting deals being cut....main character there is Zebari...IMO....and who knows who else.....but I'm thinking the Kurds don't want to lose their leverage in the area of Finance Ministry......so maybe he stays....but at the expense of Maliki and a big group of other SOL bloc goons of his who Zebari has carefully kept tabs on over the years....
Remember he was a Minister for Maliki before he became a minister for Abadi....and I'm guessing Abadi had to know of any shady past of Zebari's but still accepted him anyway....lessor of evils maybe......
So as Frank is saying.....watch the CBI and while you eye is away from the GOI.....they pull a camel out of the tent.....I mean a rabbit out of the hat....heads roll.....new positions are created and filled.....
Abadi gets what he's always wanted a much more cooperative GOI who will not throw roadblocks in his face or sit in the cafeteria puffing on hookah's when they should be doing business.....just an afternoon dream....IMO Aloha Randy
Don961 » September 9th, 2016
Militia » September 9th, 2016
Samson » September 9th, 2016
It announced that the cultivation of Kirkuk Directorate, Thursday, for the arrival of 61 billion dinars dues peasants of the province for the past two years, while confirming its intention to distribute the amount of covered him after the Eid holiday.
He said agriculture director of Kirkuk Mahdi Mubarak, in an interview with Alsumaria's News, said that "the amount of 61 billion dinars dues peasants of Kirkuk reached the banks to maintain and will be distributed after the Eid holiday," noting that "amount represents 50 percent of the financial benefits that reach more than 130 billion Dinar.
Mubarak added that "this money is dues the past two years and will be disbursed through banks," pointing out that "the province is considered one of the most important suppliers of wheat and barley crops in the country.
The province of Kirkuk (250 km north of Baghdad ), is one of the largest northern governorates producing wheat and barley crops after Nineveh , however , where production saw a decline after 2003 due to lack of irrigation water and the lack of rainfall in large quantities.