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larrykn says(7:28 AM):

Ministry of Electricity and member of the parliamentary energy: do not have a strategic plan

2016/10/3 15:07

[Where - Exclusive]

Reported in the oil and energy parliamentary members, and that the Ministry of Electricity to six has a strategy to solve the energy crisis plan.

Among Zaher al-Abadi, told all of Iraq [where] that "the Ministry of Electricity trying to find solutions that contribute to the provision of electric power within the strategic plan, but unfortunately during the years that have passed from the age of the ministry, we find there is not a clear plan features painted for this ministry, compared with the money that has been disbursed. "

He said al-Abadi, "Unfortunately, we found that the Ministry of Electricity went to gas stations and Iraq did not possess a fuel gas for the operation of these stations, and thus contributed to stop a lot of stations and spent money and went unheeded," adding that "there was a meeting with the Ministry of Oil has been raised the possibility of the trend towards energy renewable. "

"The solar energy investment needs to be education and cooperation with some of the ministries concerned."

The Electricity Minister Qassim Fahdawi announced yesterday put up 12 sites in the provinces of central and southern and western Iraq to foreign investment and domestic solar energy, to produce a thousand megawatts in the first phase.

Fahdawi said in a press statement that "the Ministry of Electricity has identified 12 sites as investment opportunities to investors of solar energy, in the provinces of Baghdad, Dhi Qar, Diwaniyah, Muthanna, Anbar and Salahuddin."

And between, "The project will be through investment by companies and investors, has set the conditions for investment in this project, most notably that the cost per kilowatt-product of electric power to be 3.5 cents 0.50 MW, and the duration of the completion of eight months from the date of signing the contract."

larrykn says to clay(7:28 AM):

gm buddy :)

larrykn says to clay(7:37 AM):

Department of transportation contracts corrupt companies with "unknown"

Mon, 03 Oct 2016 09:13:04

Parliamentary services and reconstruction Committee revealed, Monday, there were "suspicions of corruption and breaches in contract lately and dot with a company" Circo ", adding that the company" unknown nationality ", working under the control of Iraqi Airways.

The Committee Member said Deputy emotions grace "Press Department of transportation contracted firm Serco for the development of air traffic control services and the training of technical personnel of the facility, stating that the company" failed to abide by the terms of the contract as well as discarded agreed actions causing waste of money with no concrete results. "

MrsBGG says to larrykn(7:37 AM):

Good morning :)

MrsBGG says to larrykn(7:37 AM):

Thank you for copying!!

MrsBGG says to larrykn(7:37 AM):

And bringing in the NEws!

MrsBGG says to clay(7:38 AM):

Good morning :)

larrykn says to MrsBGG(7:38 AM):

yw but I'm not copying subby is :)

futuremoney says(7:38 AM):

you are all awesome !!

larrykn says to MrsBGG(7:38 AM):

I'm out of here in a bit lol

MrsBGG says to larrykn(7:38 AM):

Okay :D Well thank you for bringing the News in!

larrykn says to MrsBGG(7:38 AM):


MrsBGG says to futuremoney(7:38 AM):

Good morning :)

futuremoney says(7:39 AM):

Good Morning!!!!

MrsBGG says to futuremoney(7:39 AM):

Yes we have an awesome team here @ DU!! To God be the Glory (L)

MrsBGG says to subgirl(7:39 AM):

Good morning sweet lady (L)

futuremoney says(7:39 AM):


MrsBGG says to subgirl(7:39 AM):

Thank you for copying!!!!!!

subgirl says to MrsBGG(7:39 AM):

GoodMorning MRS BGG :) (L) Your Welcome :)

MrsBGG says to subgirl(7:40 AM):

How was your weekend?

larrykn says to MrsBGG(7:40 AM):

Attempts to include balancing Basra 10% of oil revenues


Parliamentary sources said that a series of contacts between the Parliament and the Presidency of the Council of Basra on request include conservative budget 10% share of oil revenues.

The source said that there were attempts to pass that request under budget after the interaction of Presidium and a group of deputies in the sender's book will be released by Basra's legal department to indicate the possibility of passing after hitting a Government budget and discussed within the Commission.

She was a member of the parliamentary Finance Committee Magda Tamimi, llmrbed revealed on 28 September 2016 full support for President demands Basra Franck morning to devote 10 percent of revenues from oil production, noting that Basra is considered the first oil-producing province, as well as damages caused by the extraction and export of oil and that it was unfair to treat Basra provincial treatment of budgets and financial allocations.

Head of Basra, Franck, announced on 27 September 2016 to send a formal letter to the Presidium of the House of representatives, for the purpose of allocating a percentage of not less than 10% of oil production revenues to the Government of the province of Basra, instead of five dollar amounts in previous years benefit not received.

subgirl says to MrsBGG(7:40 AM):

It was good thanks! productive :) How about your weekend?

MrsBGG says to subgirl(7:42 AM):

Great to hear! like that word productive :) Yes it was wonderful :) Thank you for aksing :)

larrykn says(7:43 AM):

this article is interesting , if I'm reading this right it will determine how the Iraq government will be run in the future

larrykn says(7:43 AM):

The three presidencies will hold meetings with leaders of the blocks for the legislative elections law search


The three presidencies held meetings with leaders of the political blocs to discuss upcoming legislative elections law established in 2018, a senior political source said that the meeting aims to formulate a unified position of the electoral law.

A senior political source said, that "the three presidencies held at 8:00 pm on Sunday, a meeting in the Peace Palace in Baghdad, with the leaders of the political blocs to discuss upcoming legislative elections law established in 2018", stating that "the meeting was attended by the President of the Republic Fouad Massoum and Prime Minister Haider Abadi and House speaker Selim Jabouri and most of the political and parliamentary process."

The source added that "the meeting, which ended after midnight Sunday, lasted for more than four hours, was designed to develop a unified position of the parliamentary elections Act", noting that "the meeting saw an exchange of visions between the political blocs and the three presidencies with a view to reaching consensus on the law."

Political blocs were called during the past few days to amend the electoral law currently in force and the formation of a new Electoral Commission under the auspices of the United Nations before launching any parliamentary or local elections to ensure impartiality.

subgirl says to larrykn(7:47 AM):

interesting article! WOW!

subgirl says to larrykn(7:48 AM):

"the meeting, which ended after midnight Sunday, lasted for more than four hours, was designed to develop a unified position of the parliamentary elections Act", noting that "the meeting saw an exchange of visions between the political blocs and the three presidencies with a view to reaching consensus on the law."

subgirl says to larrykn(7:48 AM):

sounds like a behind closed door type of meeting... hmmm....

larrykn says(7:49 AM):

sounds like they are working on which way Iraq will go in the future

larrykn says(7:49 AM):

Parliament will vote tomorrow on Public Holidays Act and discusses the five-year leave

2016/10/3 12:42

[Oan- Baghdad]

House of Representatives resumes its regular Tuesday.

And it includes the agenda of the meeting "vote on the draft law on public holidays, and Waltsoat on project imports Municipalities Act, and vote on the draft to exempt foreign companies and contractors Act Althanonyen foreign contractors in licensing rounds decades of fees."

It also includes "a question verbally to the director of Midland Oil Company of MP [Hanan al], and the first reading of a bill to grant the employee a long unusual vacation and treat contractors the conditions of the law, first and Walqrah proposal to protect the biological Act and Prevention of Discrimination and report and discuss the government Banking Act, and report and discuss the draft National Paralympic Committee Iraqi. "

It includes the agenda as well, "a report and discussion of the draft accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Protocol II of the Hague Convention for the private 1954 Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict and the report discuss the first draft amendment to the law take care of minors No. 78 Act of 1980, and a report and discussion of the proposed Act to amend the Companies Act No. 21 of 1997 as amended. "

It will "report and discuss the proposed law the board of Media and Communications, and a general topic for discussion regarding the follow-up to water and electricity file, and the formation of a joint committee on the subject of media reports accusing some senior Oil Ministry officials of corruption, and the formation of a permanent committee to follow up the nationalities" on the agenda Affairs.

subgirl says to larrykn(7:49 AM):

yep and they want a unified agreement...

larrykn says(7:50 AM):

yep, so they don't get another Maliki in there messing things up again IMO

subgirl says to larrykn(7:50 AM):

good point...

VelmaF41 says(7:54 AM):

Good Morning fellow Dinarians. Praying for continued resolutions of issues and a speedy reval.({)

subgirl says to VelmaF41(7:55 AM):

Good morning Velma :)

VelmaF41 says(7:55 AM):

Hi Subby. How are you this fine morning?

larrykn says(7:56 AM):

Parliamentary Integrity: Table for interrogation and other ministers and there is no red lines


Baghdad balances News It revealed the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, on Monday, about the existence of a table to interrogate and other ministers in the House of Representatives, stressing that there are no red lines anymore. The committee member said Adel Nouri in a statement received / balances News / copy of it, that "parliament" awakening "to activate his arm supervisory toward liberation from the constraints and impositions, and allegiances that were imposed from outside the dome, as well as carrying out its duties and its responsibilities on a purely national basis away from pupation and control external and internal control. " He added, "In a time when the regulatory arm of the Iraqi parliament's move to prosecute corruption within state institutions, and monitoring failures occurring in all areas, security and services, the last period saw the questioning ministers and there is a schedule for the questioning of other ministers, but we occasionally hear sounds discordant trying re Iraqi Council of Representatives to the era of hegemony and domination ugly, under the red lines argument Avatar in favor of certain people that are viewing and forever is regrettable it is not symbolic and red lines after a day on any political figure (smaller or bigger) as long won the confidence of the parliament to work in the sector of sectors of the state. " He continued, "It Binaaaly foregoing Flaahak to any party internal or external, be reduced to the role or prevent the Iraqi parliament from carrying out his duties, regulatory and duties painted and guaranteed him the Iraqi constitution for the nation and the people have the right to live a free life in safety and dignity .. and we will have to confrontation the confrontation and uncover the truth in front of the Iraqi people about the details and merits of and the reasons for those miserable and desperate on the homeland and the citizen account attempts. " It is worth mentioning that the parliament was questioned two ministers are both Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi and Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari, and the voice of the later withdrawal of confidence Menhma.anthy 29 / D 24

larrykn says(7:56 AM):

looks like there is no stopping parliment from dealing with corrpution anymore :)

subgirl says to VelmaF41(7:56 AM):

I am doing great thank you :) hope you are too?

futuremoney says(7:56 AM):

I find it so awesome that Iraq seems to have gotten it together, and the last few months havs done such an incredible job at getting things done!! For years it seemed like it was one step forward and two steps back...NO MORE!!

subgirl says to larrykn(7:56 AM):

I like that!!! :)

larrykn says to futuremoney(7:56 AM):


subgirl says to futuremoney(7:57 AM):

and I like that too :) come on IRAQ!!

VelmaF41 says to subgirl(7:58 AM):

I am doing great! It is a beautiful morning here in Rio Grande Valley, TX

subgirl says to VelmaF41(7:59 AM):

oh wow! it is foggy here in my neck of the woods lol but will be in the upper 70's today and most of the week..... then it will really feel like fall by weekend...

larrykn says(8:00 AM):

Oil Minister confirms the need to proceed with increasing refinery output and improve gasoline

2016/10/3 15:26

{Baghdad: Oil Minister Euphrates news} Jabbar Ali Hussein allaibi confirmed the need to move forward with increasing refinery output and improve local gasoline and reduce the proportion of imported by adding new production units.

The oil Ministry said in a statement received {Euphrates news} ", allaibi terrace room meeting to attend public directors proxies ".

During the meeting, the Minister said "we have a strong and integrated plan of action aims to develop the oil sector in the country, stressing" the need to move forward towards their goals through teamwork in order to develop the oil sector in the country.".

"We will work to overcome the obstacles that hinder the development of the oil sector", noting "the need to resume national effort within the Ministry's companies in order to achieve the objectives set for the development of this important sector in the country." .

He stressed the need to "proceed to increase and improve local product of gasoline progressively because of its positive impact on the citizen on the one hand and on the country's economy by reducing the proportion of imported and therefore provide funds to the country's budget on the other" .

Allaibi stressed the need to "implement projects related to refineries and to find practical solutions and quick for reluctant contracts and expedite the resolution refer the refineries that have been posted in some provinces which aims to increase national production of petroleum products".

VelmaF41 says to subgirl(8:00 AM):

We have been having some 70 degree days here. Very nice, our temps are usually in the mid 90s this time of year.(:o)

woodywoodpecker says(8:01 AM):

VelmaF41....nice here in East Texas too

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subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:01 AM):

yikes mid 90's?? WOW!

VelmaF41 says to woodywoodpecker(8:02 AM):

East Texas is beautiful. My son graduated from Nacogdoches.

larrykn says to VelmaF41(8:02 AM):

here in calif we are in the 80's today an by the end of the week back in the 90's

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:03 AM):

I think we are in the 60's by Friday for a high lol it is def fall season...

VelmaF41 says to subgirl(8:03 AM):

Yes, mid 90's. We are thinking we will have some cold weather here this year. Last winter, I did not turn on my central heat at all and never wore a coat. Just a medium weight sweater!

woodywoodpecker says(8:03 AM):

I went to college there

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:04 AM):

wow really? that is wild lol

VelmaF41 says to woodywoodpecker(8:04 AM):

It is a nice school. He loved it. (:o)

VelmaF41 says to subgirl(8:05 AM):

Yeah, it is pretty wild and I did not really like it. I enjoy having some cold weather.

larrykn says(8:06 AM):

Erdogan called a new warning about the Mosul


Twilight News / called Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to maintain the demographics of the city of Mosul, Iraq, after the liberation of the terrorist organization Daesh, so that the wearer is only inhabitants of various ethnic backgrounds. This came in a television interview with the channel "Rotana", was broadcast on Sunday evening, during which he dealt with the latest regional developments. The Turkish president, he should stay in Mosul after the liberation of the terrorist elements, its population is Sunni Turkmen and Sunni Arabs, Kurds and Sunnis. He said Erdogan "to the people of Mosul and Tal Afar, Mosul (northern Iraqi city where about 70 thousand Turkmen) to the people of Tal Afar live, is not entitled to a come and enter these areas." Mosul is Iraq's second city and the largest city is located in the grip of "Daesh" in Syria and Iraq, and the first cities overrun by the terrorist organization in the summer of 2014 before sweeping the north and west of the country. The Iraqi government began in May / May last, in the payment of military Bhchudat near Mosul, part of plans to restore control of Daesh, and says that she will regain the city from the organization before the end of the year.

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:06 AM):

well come on up here and you can have plenty of cold weather even a lot of snow lol

larrykn says(8:07 AM):

Urgent .. Iraqi Foreign Turkey is Mosul's remarks on the "blatant interference": No Tstvzonna


Twilight News / promised the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, Turkey's recent remarks on the battle to liberate Mosul "blatant interference".

The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday, the army's participation in the restoration of Mosul in northern Iraq, while Turkish parliament extended the mandate of the army to send troops to Iraq and Syria for another year.

The Turkish President said in a speech to members of his country's Parliament that his country's troops will play a role in the restoration of the city of Mosul process, pointing out that any party can not prevent it.

The Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has repeatedly called on the Turkish government to withdraw its troops from Iraq.

And it stationed a number of military trainers and soldiers Turks in Ba'shiqah base in Nineveh province, 12 kilometers north of Mosul, the provincial capital.

In this regard, Foreign said in Iraq said in a statement responded to the Twilight News, it "expresses its rejection of the statements repeated issued by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan about the battle to liberate Mosul, which represented a blatant interference in Iraqi internal affairs and a violation of the principles of the bilateral relations and good neighborliness." She added, "We recall that the battle to liberate Mosul will be the end of the victories recorded by our people, the sons of heroes with all its components, and the blood of their sacrifices in the army and police forces and security and crowd and folk Peshmerga guerrillas and clan they Ivicon Aldoaash Alangas taste of humiliation and defeat, also point out that the statements and positions of the Turkish leadership represent a nuisance and Tekara Relations desired between the two countries, it is neglected all positions and international calls calling for the withdrawal of infiltrating Turkish troops near the town of Bashiqa and respect for Iraqi sovereignty. " He said foreign ministry statement "that the Ankara government are required to establish goodwill and realism in the fight against terrorism, through the support of the Iraqi government's efforts in the circle battles against al Daesh terrorist, down to the liberation of Mosul, and to refrain from launching provocative statements useless or attempt to interfere in Iraq's internal issues, similar to what was expressed by Iraq of attitudes supportive of Turkey's neighbor in front of a lot of challenges, most recently for his stance against the coup attempt within the military. "

The foreign ministry statement concluded sure "that the battle to liberate Mosul beloved from the clutches of Daesh will Boaada Iraqis themselves without having to be dragged to any form of regionalization for this battle, or make way to make it theater of the international struggle of wills."

This comes with the movement near the start of the final phase of the battle of Mosul, and of organizing the attack on the Islamic state in the same city, the second largest city in Iraq.

subgirl says to larrykn(8:10 AM):

good article there too :)

larrykn says to subgirl(8:12 AM):

looks like the turks and Iraq might have a little problem , this might become a big problem

subgirl says to larrykn(8:15 AM):

The Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has repeatedly called on the Turkish government to withdraw its troops from Iraq.

subgirl says to larrykn(8:17 AM):


Ame says(8:18 AM):

Don't hurry on MY Account

subgirl says to Ame(8:18 AM):


subgirl says to Ame(8:18 AM):

gotcha lol

Ame says(8:18 AM):


larrykn says to Ame(8:21 AM):

I don't want to :P :D

larrykn says(8:22 AM):

ok guys got to get ready cya all later :)

Ame says(8:22 AM):

be well Larry

Ame says(8:23 AM):

it looks like Jamacia Hati and uba are really gonna get hit HARD by that Hurricane

Ame says(8:23 AM):


subgirl says(8:26 AM):

ok be safe larry and praying for your dr visit... :)

subgirl says to Ame(8:26 AM):

what category is it foryou?

Ame says(8:27 AM):

not gonna hit us but its a cat 4 now 120 MPH

subgirl says to Ame(8:27 AM):

wow! well glad it is going to miss you.. :) be safe where you live :)

Ame says(8:28 AM):


Ame says(8:28 AM):

wanna see it Subby?

subgirl says to Ame(8:28 AM):


Ame says(8:28 AM):


subgirl says to Ame(8:29 AM):

thank you :)

Ame says(8:29 AM):


subgirl says to Ame(8:30 AM):

looks like it is missing florida and going up the coast along carolinas...

VelmaF41 says(8:32 AM):

I am praying for all those people who are in the path of this hurricane.({)

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:32 AM):

yes AMEN!

VelmaF41 says to subgirl(8:38 AM):

How is your son doing? Is he still in school?

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:38 AM):

nope he graduated and he is studying to take his boards...

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:39 AM):

but he is having an interview tomorrow for a full time job... he is very nervous and very excited lol

VelmaF41 says to subgirl(8:42 AM):

Okay, my bad. I knew he had graduated High School but thought he was now in some kind of hands on training. (The memory is the first thing to go LOL:D)

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:43 AM):

no it was college lol and he is a vet tech and absolutely loves it!!

VelmaF41 says to subgirl(8:43 AM):

I will be praying for him that he aces the interview and they start him immediately. May it live up to all his expectations.

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:43 AM):

you are fine lol :D

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:44 AM):

I have to write everything on paper or I forget too lol

VelmaF41 says to subgirl(8:44 AM):

That is so heartwarming about him being a vet. I have two dogs and absolutely LOVE my vet.

VelmaF41 says to subgirl(8:45 AM):

They are very spoiled dogs.(L)(F)8-)

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:45 AM):

yep he does love it... He says that is enough college for now tho.. it was just a 2 year program but he made it thru it and would like to work for a while... :) we do not have any pets right now... but may get a dog soon.. :)

subgirl says to VelmaF41(8:46 AM):

awee I bet they are!! :) love having pets... :) (y):D

clay says(8:48 AM):

wow lost connection

(8:48 AM)clay changed nickname to .VIP.clay!

subgirl says to clay(8:48 AM):

oh no... glad you made it back :) :-*

clay says to subgirl(8:48 AM):

thanks was looking at a dead computer the last hour (lol) :-*

clay says to subgirl(8:48 AM):

thinking I was online

subgirl says to clay(8:48 AM):

no way? lol oh wow! lol

clay says to subgirl(8:49 AM):

I'm a nut

subgirl says to clay(8:49 AM):

no one was talking? lol

VelmaF41 says to subgirl(8:49 AM):

I totally understand about him saying he has enough college for now. When I sat for my Licensed Chemical Dependency License, I barely passed. My daughter know I am somewhat of a perfectionest. She asked me if I was going to take the test again - hopefully improve my score. I told her "No way in Hell would I put myself thru that again.

VelmaF41 says(8:49 AM):

Back in a bit. Gotta run some errands.

subgirl says(8:50 AM):

lol I cant blame ya, you passed and that is good enough... cya laters!!! :) have a great day!!

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