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T Z X  Intelligence Report Posted on December 9, 2016 It has been sad and quiet these past few days after Yosef's departure. I know ma...

Thursday, November 17, 2016

News Time w/ MadDScout, 1bobby at DU 11/17/16 - Part 2

Newstime with maddscout, bobby and abnewsflash 11/17/16 - Part 2

ABNewsflash says(7:25 PM):

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MadDScout says(7:26 PM):

Go

1bobby says(7:26 PM):

To be honest, I don't blame em lol What they need is a Tariff law that encompasses all of Iraq and has the same standards. But then that brings us back to stability

ABNewsflash says(7:26 PM):

why would one want the prices to go up

MadDScout says(7:26 PM):

Yea thats what part of the problem is that the tariffs are not yet evenly applied

MadDScout says(7:27 PM):

That is part of the complaint and then some feel overchargedABNewsflash says(7:27 PM):

well we have to pay our taxes

MadDScout says(7:27 PM):

Any ??'s

MadDScout says(7:28 PM):

Does anyone have anything they want to ask or comment not associated with what has been brought?

MadDScout says(7:29 PM):

Bobby?

1bobby says(7:30 PM):

Cabinet moves to defence industry companies and vote on the plan of the Ministry of electricity.

2016-11-15 18:44

[In Baghdad]

The Cabinet voted in regular meeting Tuesday chaired by Prime Minister Haider Abadi to unpack and transport firms to the Ministry of defence to the Ministry of industry and minerals.

Abbadi's Office said in a statement received all Iraq [where] a copy, he "took place during the voting session on the establishment of an oil company Qar after put back on the Cabinet, except the prerequisite for vehicle registration project and leaves the market in Baghdad and the provinces of Cabinet decision no [347]."

"As you see the message from the French President, Fran├žois hollande, addressed to Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi said Holland France's commitment to supporting Iraq and stand with him in his war against terror and ISIS bands tribute to Iraqi forces and their titles in the battles against terrorism and admiration and appreciation for the steps Abadi collect and unify Iraq which will serve as a model prepared for countries in the region."

And in the Council of Ministers "the border ports authority border projects by investing after the stalled projects, voice filtering to unlink and move public companies are State-owned companies [Yarmouk and Qadisiyah, Hittin and walkakaa tiller and Hammurabi] from the Ministry of defence and appended to the Ministry of industry in all of its subscribers and MO wedatha and transfer financial allocations to the Ministry of industry.

1bobby says(7:32 PM):

I love the COM meetings! In the click of a pen, Abadi just gave more discretionary powers to the Minsister of Industry.

1bobby says(7:32 PM):

This will allow the MoI to concentrate on improving the economic gains and open more investment opportunities.

MadDScout says to 1bobby(7:33 PM):

More good stuff on the ports projects

ABNewsflash says(7:33 PM):

if you build it they will come

1bobby says(7:33 PM):

The port and electricity decisions are another step forward in helping the Iraqi citizens. Imagine living on a few hours of electricity which still happens to a majority of the citizens. E Commerce also comes into play

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

The ports are Iraqs lifeline to international trade

MadDScout says(7:34 PM):

Anyone not see the gears turning???

MadDScout says(7:34 PM):

Any??'s

1bobby says(7:35 PM):

A quote attributed to Abadi.........Abbadi had called earlier, the provinces and ministries to open investment floodgates, as threatened as disabling "a crime like terrorism."

ABNewsflash says(7:37 PM):

with the massive undertaking we are witnessing within the MoE and countries willing to invest in that endeavour. ******************

ABNewsflash says(7:38 PM):

US efforts to re-map the investment opportunities in southern Iraq

Wednesday November 16, 2016 - 19:08

Legal adviser at the US Department of Commerce Mays Abbas Alabbosi

It confirmed the legal adviser at the US Department of Commerce Mays Alabbosi Abbas, that the ministry has started to establish workshops and meetings with representatives of investment authorities in the provinces of southern Iraq and urged the need to develop a plan, which takes into consideration the need to maintain the projects and according priority to the investment opportunities presented.

She Alabbosi in a statement to Radio tow the provinces of Basra, Maysan and Dhi Qar, Muthanna, although it seeks to build airports and hotels are modern and bridges, but it is necessary that the adoption of the plans according to specific criteria to view their projects as investment opportunities, pointing out that those standards should be the need to maintain geographical area, and that the sound will not be the plans to other plans, a reproduction province.

She explained Alabbosi The US Commerce Department is currently undertaking the formulation of assistance to the provinces of southern Iraq in general and Basra in particular, on the economic side through a review of the investment projects of the previous years and to develop effective solutions that will foreign investors to attract even plans if it came to the re-drafting of a number of laws in terms of legal and financial terms.

http://www.almirbad.com/mobile/news/view.aspx?cdate=16112016&id=20cd97f7-982d-48e4-ab3c-f349f6392f76

MadDScout says(7:38 PM):

Andrew/

MadDScout says(7:39 PM):

More investment talk

MadDScout says(7:39 PM):

Why?

ABNewsflash says(7:40 PM):

doing alot of reconstruction

MX says(7:40 PM):

All about Basra yeah!

1bobby says(7:40 PM):

The commerce departments of any country get things done as far as outside investment coming into a country

ABNewsflash says(7:41 PM):

love to hear about the US department of commerce

MadDScout says(7:42 PM):

Economic expert reveals the depreciation of the dollar before the Central Bank's actions after the dinar

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Detect Economist, Monday, about the low price of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar after the Central Bank measures in cooperation with some private banks.

Expert said in a recent press release followed news economy "that" there has been a decline, today, the exchange rate of the US dollar against the Iraqi dinar compared to yesterday by eight points.

The expert added that "this decline comes after the CBI took several actions in cooperation with some private Iraqi banks committed."

Referred to the U.S. dollar in the Iraqi market equals IQD 1290.

http://economy-news.net/content.php?id=5821

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MadDScout says(7:42 PM):

Again at a time when the dollar is at a 9 month high


MadDScout says(7:43 PM):

So although we see movement relative to the dollar

1bobby says(7:43 PM):

The CBI taking action is a positive

MadDScout says(7:43 PM):

This is going in a different trend from the past

MadDScout says(7:43 PM):

1300-1

1bobby says(7:43 PM):

How many articles as of late have we seen attributed to the CBI

MadDScout says(7:43 PM):

Where the dinar rate was a reflection of the dollars movement

MadDScout says(7:44 PM):

This is movement taken as a result of ""this decline comes after the CBI took several actions in cooperation with some private Iraqi banks committed."

MadDScout says(7:44 PM):

Specific action not reaction to the dollar

MadDScout says(7:45 PM):

Any?

MadDScout says(7:46 PM):

Thanks to ROMELLO for this article

Elane says(7:46 PM):

Comment...

MadDScout says to Elane(7:47 PM):

Go

Elane says(7:47 PM):

My mind is just trying to absorb there has been an overwhelming amount of great news coming out..

MadDScout says to Elane(7:47 PM):

Indeed

Elane says(7:47 PM):

I think at least Im shell shocked.. but my thanks for your patience with us in this

MadDScout says to Elane(7:47 PM):

You are most welcome

MadDScout says to Elane(7:47 PM):

Just say it is getting better all the time

Elane says(7:48 PM):

Please just keep doing what you are doing for us..

Elane says(7:48 PM):

Indeed it is Sir!!!!!!

MadDScout says(7:48 PM):

Last report and this is from Romello

MadDScout says(7:48 PM):

The European Union calls on the Iraqi authorities to expedite the application of the General Amnesty Law

Wednesday 16-11-2016 | 9:33:53

Twilight News /

European Union reiterated on Wednesday his support for Iraq in the war being waged against al Daesh, while praised what he called unity "unprecedented" under the military command in the battle

to liberate the city of Mosul, the authorities called on the executive and the judiciary to speed up the application of the terms of the amnesty, which was approved by Law recently the legislature.

The federation said in a statement responded to the Twilight News, "The start of the offensive in Mosul is an important start to the long journey to liberate the lands wronged by Daesh and bring order and peace to the land,

which tested the violence and despair at the hands of this terrorist organization."

MadDScout says(7:49 PM):

The statement added that "the EU stands with Iraqis at this critical time and pays tribute to the courage and sacrifices of all Iraqis, especially those who have taken an active role in the fight against Daesh."

The Association was "unprecedented unity under the leadership and coordination of the central authorities and the Iraqi army and police and a federal anti-terrorism and the Peshmerga forces and the popular crowd and supported by the coalition forces."

And the price of the statement "the commitment of these forces for their commitment to the protection of civilians and respect for their dignity and respect for human rights during this campaign," and called on "the Iraqi forces to work under the

leadership of the Prime Minister in the distribution of tasks and responsibilities to enter the cities and densely populated places."

The statement stressed that "the EU will continue to make efforts to support the Iraqi citizens who were forced to flee as a result of the fighting and accelerate their return as soon as possible."

The statement noted that the EU is working "very closely with the Governmentf Iraq in connection with the national strategy of reconciliation that lead to the most powerful of all Iraqi social settlement," calling on "all executive and judicial

authorities to speed up the implementation of the general amnesty passed in this summer's Law."

MadDScout says(7:50 PM):

The statement continued that "in all the liberated provinces of Daesh especially during the phase of Mosul process, we support the Iraqi government's efforts to restore constitutional order and the structure of local government and justice,

democracy." The statement that "the immediate priorities of post-editing is to provide security for all and restore basic services and the reconstruction of infrastructure to work."

The statement stressed "the need for inclusiveness, it is very important that all components of the population is involved in the decision of the Iraqi and also protect the rights of minorities."

The statement concluded: "We as the European Union are committed to helping Iraq in the long way although there are challenges which must be faced, the progress that is happening now is just a guide to afford

the steadfastness of the Iraqi people.

MadDScout says(7:51 PM):

http://www.dinarupdates.com/showthread.php?43770-The-European-Union-calls-on-the-Iraqi-authorities-to-expedite-the-application-of-the&highlight=National+Reconciliation

1bobby says(7:52 PM):

So as we see the Reconciliation process is a big deal not only to Iraq and it's people, but to any country outside of Iraq. This will provide political and social stability for years to come. The hang up I see, and still holds true in the Amnesty Law, is that some relics of the Ba'th Party and or those involved in terrorism, are still around and that scares the heck out of the Sunni's, Kurds and even some Shia. I do believe with Hakim leading the way we will see more progress on this in the near future. Is it the one thing that will trigger a change in value of the IQD? No but what it is, is a part of the foundation of cooperation between all Political Parties in Iraq which in turn will give confidence to the people of Iraq and the rest of the world that Iraq is ready to enter the International Community. The movement on this as of late is amazing

MadDScout says(7:53 PM):

As to the Baath party

MadDScout says(7:53 PM):

Fedayeen Saddam point of contention in passing the law of accountability and national reconciliation

2016-11-14 01:29:00 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Accountability Commission and national reconciliation parliamentary announced that the clause granting rights prior to the elements for (Fedayeen Saddam) is the cause of the dispute over the lack of legislation , the Justice and Accountability Act until now, noting that the law is still in committee, and expected width amendments to the Act on the House of Representatives during the next two weeks.

MadDScout says(7:54 PM):

Committee Chairman Hisham al - Suhail in a press statement, said on Sunday that "differences on this law many, not few, noting that the fundamental law in this case is within the Commission itself."

He said Suhail said , " the committee members in a continuous transition between the other committees that causes us to discuss amendments to the law from the beginning to the lack of follow - up by the new members", criticizing the political blocs that talk about "interests in the project accountability and justice law, but is not represented in this committee, but they shun them and hear their statements only in the media. "

MadDScout says(7:54 PM):

He said al - Suhail, that " the law is still on the committee that did not hold a meeting during the last term because of the holidays and always irregular in the Council which led to the crash until now, noting that there is a problem of so - called" Fedayeen Saddam "that leads amendment to give them salaries except security leaders , according to the statement from the executive branch. "

For his part, predicted committee member Amer Khuzaie show "amendments to the law on the House of Representatives during the next two weeks."

MadDScout says(7:55 PM):

He pointed Khuzai, that " the dispute , which is still stuck so far is the paragraph" Fedayeen Saddam ", where the team calls for granting them privileges on the grounds that there are students and staff went forcibly to this configuration, there must be a difference between those who were forced to belong to this formation and he went voluntarily, and committed a crime and of them only to be under the umbrella of this name , "stressing that" the discussions going on in the characterization of this formation and belonged to him. "

MadDScout says(7:56 PM):

The committee announced earlier yesterday that the parliament will begin the second reading next Tuesday for a draft amendment to the Justice and Accountability Act and is not a vote on the amendment.

And (Fedayeen Saddam) is a militia of the Baath Party of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, this was not part of the militia , the Iraqi army but are linked directly to the Presidency, and the leaders follow the orders of Saddam 's son Uday by the supervisor of these forces.

MadDScout says(7:57 PM):

These are the guys causing the problem

1bobby says(7:57 PM):

So as we see there's a little confussion as to when the next Parliament meeting will take place

MadDScout says(7:58 PM):

Yea here seems to refer to the 22nd

MadDScout says(7:58 PM):

?

1bobby says(7:58 PM):

Most reports have it the 26th but this states the 22nd when Parliament sessions in the past have taken place

MadDScout says(7:58 PM):

I thought they were coming back on 26th

1bobby says(7:59 PM):

I'm sure as we get closer to those dates, we will know more

MadDScout says(7:59 PM):

Any??'s

MadDScout says(7:59 PM):

I would like to thank everyone for coming on here and being with us tonight.

MadDScout says(8:00 PM):

The news is crazy good...check it out here>>>>>>>>>>http://www.dinarupdates.com/forumdis...rent-Iraq-NEWS

MadDScout says(8:01 PM):

I hope everyone enjoyed newstime as much as we did. Thank you for having us.

1bobby says(8:01 PM):

I would also like to thank everyone who post articles in the Forums, Chat Room and Facebook. All efforts are appreciated

MadDScout says(8:02 PM):

Have a great night all!!

MadDScout says(8:03 PM):

Yes we have a great team over at the facebook group as well.

MadDScout says(8:04 PM):

Anyone who has not and can look into the Facebook page go here>>>>>> https://www.facebook.com/groups/571383766355188/

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