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RV Intel/Thoughts/News - All Posts for December 5, 2016

Below is a list of all of the content posted for Monday, December 5, 2016. This will be useful for those of you who may have missed somethin...

Friday, November 4, 2016

News Time w/ MadDScout, 1Bobby at DU 11/3/16 - Part 2

NEWSTIME WITH MadDSCOUT AND 1BOBBY, et al, Thursday, November 3, 2016 - Part 2

suprkat53 says(7:12 PM):

?

MadDScout says to SRW(7:12 PM):

I don't say have to

MadDScout says to SRW(7:12 PM):

But it will go a long way towards it

We know the CBI wants Political/Social stability

SRW says to MadDScout(7:13 PM):

Yes Sir....

MadDScout says to SRW(7:13 PM):

As markers it is looking for for the advancement of all sectors

MadDScout says to SRW(7:14 PM):

Did that help?

SRW says to MadDScout(7:14 PM):

Thankyou..

MadDScout says to SRW(7:14 PM):

(y)

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:15 PM):

Did you have a ??

suprkat53 says(7:15 PM):

We saw in Fallujah that it wasn't totally done before Iraq claimed victory. Do you think the same will happen in Mosul?

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:15 PM):

I think there are many little towns along the way also that get cleared

In these little towns they raise the Iraqi flag

Sometimes we get a report that citizens have raised them

1bobby says to suprkat53(7:16 PM):

I think with all the Coalition forces involved in Mosul we'll see a completly different handling of info as far as a liberation

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:16 PM):

I think they will make a bigger deal than just declaring a flag raising

1bobby says to suprkat53(7:17 PM):

Involved in a way they weren't in Fallujah

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:17 PM):

But I see what your asking and a short answer could be yes

Depending on help from the populace

suprkat53 says(7:18 PM):

What I'm getting at is that we have a ways to go yet before we see anymore progress?

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:18 PM):

Not so much if you are asking

1bobby says to suprkat53(7:18 PM):

The progress is amazing so far

ABNewsflash says(7:18 PM):

progress is being made everyday in Mosul

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:18 PM):

The eastern boarder of Mosul proper is in Iraqi hands

1bobby says to suprkat53(7:19 PM):

We gotta remember Mousl is 2nd largest city in Iraq.

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:19 PM):

There is a coalition in force on the eastern side

1bobby says to suprkat53(7:19 PM):

Parts of Mosul have already been entered

suprkat53 says(7:20 PM):

Thanks. Pretty much what I thought, but thought some others might be wondering.

ABNewsflash says(7:20 PM):

actually there was an article about forces taking a break in fighting which was untrue

1bobby says to suprkat53(7:20 PM):

Loved the question. It's what people want to know

MadDScout says to suprkat53(7:20 PM):

You're welcome

MadDScout says(7:21 PM):

Andrew

suprkat53 says(7:21 PM):

(y)

ABNewsflash says(7:21 PM):

Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed, on Thursday, for the continuation of political differences over the approval of the draft law of accountability and justice between the National Alliance and the Union of Forces.

He said committee member Ibtisam al-Hilali said in an interview summarized by the "obelisk", that ((((("there is a political agreement to pass the Justice and Accountability Law in the House of Representatives but at the same time there is an objection by the Union forces, as well as the National Alliance on the enactment of this Act."))))

"The powers demanded dissolution of the accountability and justice, as opposed to the National Alliance on it on the grounds that the Commission had not completed all the procedures," and noted that "the Baath Party Constitution prohibits the enactment of a single law for accountability and justice."

Referred to the House of Representatives failed to pass most of the session, the Justice and Accountability Act because of the controversy raised by the said law between the political blocs.

http://almasalah.com/ar/NewsDetails.aspx?NewsID=86575

MadDScout says(7:23 PM):

Baath party?

jimplants says(7:23 PM):

.?

1bobby says to jimplants(7:23 PM):

GO

MadDScout says to jimplants(7:23 PM):

Go Jim

jimplants says(7:24 PM):

how can they desolve a newly passed law thats on the books its toooo late

ABNewsflash says(7:24 PM):

I had the feeling that a few folks in Facebook were little upset over this article? It clearly sais, and I Quote "there is a political agreement to pass the Justice and Accountability Law in the House of Representatives,but at he same time there is an objection bythe Union Forces,as well as the National Alliance on the enactment of this Act!

Well of course you are gonna have some differences over this law! I dont think anyone likes going to jail?

SRW says to MadDScout(7:25 PM):

?

ABNewsflash says(7:25 PM):

J and A is not passed yet

MadDScout says to jimplants(7:26 PM):

I have not seen it pass either

MadDScout says to SRW(7:26 PM):

Go

jimplants says(7:26 PM):

my bad then i missread two weeks ago

SRW says to MadDScout(7:27 PM):

If a law fails in HOR.. Does it go back to Committee for rewording then back to HOR. Reread twice and then voted on again?

MadDScout says to jimplants(7:27 PM):

Is cool

1bobby says(7:28 PM):

It does go back to committe but the reads do not start over

If it has a 1st reading and then goes back, next up is a 2nd reading

1bobby says(7:29 PM):

Hope that makes sense. I just spilled soup all over my keyboard

Now If it's passed as a law, then we go to the ammendment stagesmy bad then i missread two weeks ago

SRW says to MadDScout(7:27 PM):

If a law fails in HOR.. Does it go back to Committee for rewording then back to HOR. Reread twice and then voted on again?

MadDScout says to jimplants(7:27 PM):

It's cool

1bobby says(7:28 PM):

It does go back to committee but the reads do not start over

If it has a 1st reading and then goes back, next up is a 2nd reading

MadDScout says(7:30 PM):

Any more??'s

baxter says(7:31 PM):

?

MadDScout says to baxter(7:31 PM):

Go

baxter says(7:31 PM):

Is Iraq currently in Article 8

MadDScout says to baxter(7:31 PM):

They are working within art 8 but are not fully compliant

baxter says(7:31 PM):

Is the spread part of the problem?

MadDScout says to baxter(7:32 PM):

They seem to have a handle on the spread

baxter says(7:32 PM):

Ok.. thx

MadDScout says to baxter(7:33 PM):

It is a matter of putting new banking laws into effect across the board which was talked about in a speach at the International Fair held in Iraq

baxter says(7:33 PM):

Ok... Thank you

MadDScout says to baxter(7:33 PM):

Making the auctions more transparent

Holding accountable those that break the rules and followup on the education of bank employees

ABNewsflash says to 1bobby(7:34 PM):

Speaking of International Fair

1bobby says(7:35 PM):

Trade: Baghdad international exhibition portal for collaboration and by about investments in Iraq

2016-11-02 at 14:31

Baghdad scales news

The Commerce Department said Wednesday that the success achieved by this year's Baghdad international fair confirms Iraq's willingness to cooperate in economic partnerships with the world as well as a way to attract foreign investments and Arabic in Iraq.

The Ministry said in a statement/balance of news copy, "the 43 session of the Baghdad international fair confirmed Iraq's keenness to continue cooperation and interaction with the economic developments in various industries as well as information technology cooperation mechanisms for industrial, agricultural and commercial sectors in Iraq with their counterparts in the States and companies participating in the exhibition.

She explained that "the efforts of the Ministry of Commerce and General company for Iraqi opposition in preparation for the upcoming international expositions will be more spacious after stabilizing the security situation and eliminate the ISIS permanently in Iraq as security forces courage to expel terrorists from all cities of Iraq which opens doors wide to Arab and international presence at future sessions of the Baghdad international fair and the rest of the specialized exhibitions in Iraq and that the Ministry has paid much attention to her regularly in most provinces.

She noted that "the next stage requires high level coordination efforts to establish a broad government program involving Governments, institutions, organizations and economic communities to go to every country in the world to attract companies with the aim of broad participation and genuine partnerships take into consideration economic and Iraq's potential ability in dealing and interacting with economic trends, particularly since Parliament important laws began investing and how to attract capital for investment projects or economic companies."

She praised the "considerable public support for the Baghdad international fair, through official and grass-roots presence which lasted for two days and is an indicator of the success of the show and a message to all the world that the confidence of the people of Iraq fighting but builds and other efforts," lived, inviting people to visit the exhibition "intensively being national duty owed the momentum of battle and convey a message to Iraq."

1bobby says(7:36 PM):

The Fair has been all over the news and will set up all kinds of investment possibilities

ABNewsflash says to 1bobby(7:39 PM):

I saw in article related to this about a certain prince finally making the conference this year in which he refused in the past

MadDScout says(7:39 PM):

This international fair was a shot in the arm for Iraq

Lot of good information was gleened

1bobby says(7:40 PM):

Iraq's willingness to cooperate with the world. This fair last 10 day's so we'll see more and more on this

MadDScout says(7:41 PM):

Anyone have anything to add or ask?

1bobby says(7:41 PM):

Now will this add to the advancement of the Investment Law? It should

MadDScout says(7:41 PM):

I gotta say it may seem a little slow in here but the news is rockin'

MadDScout says(7:41 PM):

LOL

SRW says to MadDScout(7:42 PM):

(y)

MadDScout says(7:42 PM):

Does anyone have anything we have not covered so far they have a question about?

1bobby says to MadDScout(7:42 PM):

I agree. Just dip into the chat logs and forums

SRW says to MadDScout(7:42 PM):

?

MadDScout says to SRW(7:42 PM):

Go

SRW says to MadDScout(7:43 PM):

The fair that is being discussed. Is that the fair that took place in Jordan about a month ago?

MadDScout says to SRW(7:44 PM):

No this one was in Baghdad

SRW says to MadDScout(7:44 PM):

Okay.. Thanks

MadDScout says(7:44 PM):

Baghdad International Exhibition

MadDScout says to SRW(7:44 PM):

(y)

MadDScout says(7:45 PM):

Located on the Baghdad fairgrounds

Bobby do you have that report ready?

1bobby says(7:46 PM):

Financial income doubled: after application of the customs tariff

03/11/2016-10:39

General Customs authority confirmed Thursday, financial revenue doubled after applying the tariff Act.

The Director General Kazim Ali Abdulla in a press statement that "the direct implementation of the resolution was 413 for 2015 issued by the Council of Ministers directed the introduction of tuition fees Act tariff evoke achieve financial revenues contributed to the economic crisis and the revival of the overall budget and offset declining oil prices."

He noted that "revenues have doubled since the introduction of the law, pointing to take resolute action to apply it properly by relying on competencies and active plans by customs."

Revealing "a comprehensive plan and vision for the future of the attribution of State revenue, and sustainability of government financial liquidity, as it was approaching the Treasury and Cabinet for study and entered into force, and we hope to come during implementation approvals."

"The central region Customs made a good amount of tariff revenue last month, distributed between the Central Customs Headquarters walshalgih and yellowish, with fees collected from 7409 load trucks, in addition to establishing 1449 sued law enforcement irregularities customs and tariff retrieval."

MadDScout says(7:47 PM):

Non-Oil revenue

MadDScout says(7:47 PM):

Those who are in charge of the ports are awaiting the more equal distribution of the tarrif laws

1bobby says(7:48 PM):

This almost speaks to the Article 8 question. We know that some areas are not being treated like other areas where tariff's are collected. So the tariff's are working, they just need some smoothing out

MadDScout says(7:48 PM):

More and more they talk taxes in the news also

1bobby says(7:49 PM):

But to double the tariff income is crazy good.

As MadScout said, more non oil revenue

MadDScout says(7:49 PM):

Imagine with full reforms implemented

Many non-oil startups as well

Investment coming to many areas

1bobby says(7:51 PM):

Local investment is skyrocketing. Now bring on the Internationals

1bobby says(7:52 PM):

Look at Toyota lately

MadDScout says(7:52 PM):

Iraqi insurance: integration with the national face of legal and administrative measures

Views 26 Date 29/10/2016 - 18:20

Economy News / Baghdad ...

Iraqi insurance company confirmed that the issue of the integration of the national insurance company it will face administrative and legal proceedings take a long time to take years for the completion of the resolution of administrative and financial belongings, because of the nature of the rules of procedure for each of the two companies.

MadDScout says(7:52 PM):

The company said in a statement received "Economy News" that the integration of state-owned companies, especially insurance, requires a thorough study of the formation of specialized committees of the fact that the integration process are complex and not easy given the nature of the work of the two companies.

It showed that paragraph (2) of Article (50) of the organizing work of the Insurance Act stipulates "the faithful wishing to merge submit a request to the Cabinet attached with all the necessary reports and data specified by the Chief of Staff instructions issued for this purpose", asserting that the company did not apply for the merger has not issued about SAB (insurance Bureau) instructions and did not request any data on the subject.

He pointed out that, based on the rules of procedure of the company board of directors of Iraqi insurance company decided not to approve the merger of the fact that the company's profit-making companies that have achieved their plans did not provide application integration, but its board's decision was a reference to the specialization Ptominac life.

The statement added that the structure of the Iraqi insurance company completely different from the structure of the National Insurance Company as well as the rules of procedure of each, along with the nature of the work of the branches and offices of the two companies operating in all provinces.

1bobby says(7:56 PM):

So Insurance is being, or will be privatized

MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:56 PM):

Yes

1bobby says(7:56 PM):

That would be a huge income maker for the private sector

1bobby says to SRW(7:57 PM):

LOL love it!

Gigi813 says(7:57 PM):

?

1bobby says to Gigi813(7:57 PM):

GO

Gigi813 says(7:57 PM):

So all of these figures will be applied towards their GDP correct?

MadDScout says(7:58 PM):

Yes

MadDScout says to Gigi813(7:58 PM):

Thank you for your question

MadDScout says(7:58 PM):

If there are no more questions?

Gigi813 says(7:58 PM):

helping to establish the value of their currency

MadDScout says(7:59 PM):

Yes and non-oil revenue streams

Gigi813 says(7:59 PM):

whoop whoop

1bobby says(7:59 PM):

I would like to add to the room. Holly1 brought in some good stuff today as I was copying. Please go to the chat logs and check it out. She works hard to bring us that info and should be much appreciated

MadDScout says(8:00 PM):

I would like to thank everyone for putting up with us and hanging in there.

1bobby says to MadDScout(8:00 PM):

We're gettin better huh lol

baxter says(8:00 PM):

Thx you Two..... I love your Newstime.... (y)

BGG says(8:00 PM):

Thank you guys SO MUCH for being part of the DU TEAM!!

magnetlady says(8:00 PM):

Awesome MadDScout and 1 bobby and everyone

1bobby says(8:00 PM):

Appreciate everyone being here

magnetlady says(8:00 PM):

Thanks so much

MadDScout says(8:00 PM):

I will now return controll of your chatroom over to the proper authorities

scottiegirl says(8:00 PM):

Thank you guys! I'll have the link posted "soon". Don't ya'll hate that word? lol

larrykn says(8:01 PM):

thank you guys for doing such a great job

MrsBGG says(8:01 PM):

Thank you MadDScout & 1bobby!!

suprkat53 says(8:01 PM):

Thanks guys - you rock!

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