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Parliamentary Economy Stresses The Need To Save The Local Product By Controlling The Region’s Ports

Money  and business  Economy News – Baghdad  The Parliamentary Economic and Investment Committee stressed, on Tuesday, the need to save the national product by controlling the border crossings in the Kurdistan region, holding the current government responsible for controlling these outlets in order to ensure that locally available goods and goods are not brought in.

Committee member Nada Shaker said, “The national product in the central and southern governorates is exposed to loss, after being struck by foreign products.”

She added that “foreign products and commodities enter through the region’s outlets and hit local products, because of the lack of control over these outlets and the lack of state authority over them.”

And she stressed the need to “impose control over the border crossings in the Kurdistan region, similar to other ports, and to apply all controls and decisions under which the outlets of other provinces work with neighboring countries, to ensure that the Iraqi economy is not hit.”  Number of observations 27 Date of addendum 08/11/2020  https://economy-news.net/content.php?id=21375

Alia Nassif: It Is Better For The Former Minister Of Electricity To Surrender To The Judiciary Instead Of Objecting To His Expulsion From State Property

Tuesday 11, August 2020 12:28 | PoliticalViews: 126

Baghdad / NINA / Representative Alia Nassif praised the government’s procedures regarding vacating the role occupied by former ministers and officials, indicating that it is better for the former Minister of Electricity to surrender himself to eliminate the background of the lawsuits filed against him instead of objecting to his expulsion from state property.

”Nassif said in a statement today. The Iraqi National News Agency / NINA / a copy of it: “After we have repeatedly demanded over the past years to restore the state’s real estate from ministers and officials who occupy it unlawfully, the restoration of these properties was finally initiated in a step that deserves support, praise and appreciation.”

And I demanded that, instead of crying in his tweets, it would be better for the former Minister of Electricity, Luay Al-Khatib, to surrender to the court against the background of his appointment of 89,000 people in the form of a contract in violation of the law and without financial cover, with suspicions that weak souls force the applicants to pay a bribe in exchange for their appointment, All of this was referred to by the Financial Supervision Bureau, in addition to the corruption deals that were concluded during his reign and which were referred to the Integrity Commission. ”

Nassif demanded the government to seize all the belongings of the former Minister of Electricity and prevent him from traveling until the completion of the legal procedures against him, with the need to expedite its procedures by the Integrity Commission. Regarding the cases he was involved in. ”/ Ended 2

http://ninanews.com/Website/News/Details?Key=849107

Punitive: Three Laws That Require Speed In Legislation

Political  Tuesday 11 August 2020 | 12:54 PM| Views: 74  Today, Tuesday, the Parliamentary Legal Committee identified the important laws that need speedy legislation in the coming days. Committee member Hussein Al-Uqabi said, “The priority for legislation in the House of Representatives is to complete laws of public demand, such as the election law and the Federal Court law,” pointing out that “the legal committee must move towards legislating these two laws in the coming days.”

He added that “there are priorities for legislating another important law, which is the Civil Service Law,” noting that “the Federal Service Council was formed and assumed its duties, but it is still restricted in performing its duties, due to the delay in legislating the civil service law.” He explained, “The Parliament and the Legal Committee take it upon themselves to put forward these legislation quickly and within the work of Parliament.”  https://aynaliraqnews.com/index.php?aa=news&id22=137261

Amid Strict Health Measures … Parliament Session Next Week

Political  Tuesday 11 August 2020 | 05:22 pm The House of Representatives will hold a regular session next week, amidst strict health measures, while the collection of 100 signatures of parliamentarians has been revealed, demanding that Parliament sessions be “regular and without long delays” in order for the legislative authority to return to its prestige .

The deputy for the victory coalition, Nada Shaker Jawdat, said, “It is likely that the House of Representatives will hold its expected session next week amid strict health measures in anticipation of infections with the Corona virus .”

She added that “holding Parliament sessions has become an urgent necessity amid government calls for early elections,” indicating that “legal amendments related to the elections will be discussed, as well as discussing the government’s performance and activating the work of the House of Representatives during the coming period .”

Jawdat indicated that “there are more than 100 parliamentary signatures to hold the next sessions regularly and without any delay, to restore the prestige of the legislative authority,” as she said .

https://aynaliraqnews.com/index.php?aa=news&id22=137278

The Council Of National Security Agents Discusses The Exit Of Us Forces From Iraq And The Turkish Violations

Author: Ahad5 On 11/8/2020 – 4:29 PM 114  The Council of National Security Agents discussed today, Tuesday, the file of foreign forces and Turkish “violations” on Iraqi lands.

The media office of the National Security Adviser Qassem Al-Araji said in a statement that Al-Ahed News received a copy, that “The Council of National Security Agents held the fourth session headed by Al-Araji and the presence of all members of the Council, from the secretaries of the ministries (Foreign Affairs, Justice, Interior, General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, Authority National Security, Counter-Terrorism Service, National Intelligence Service, Army Chief of Staff, and other security agencies) ”.

The Council discussed “the paragraphs affixed to its agenda, and took the necessary recommendations regarding them.”

Al-Araji explained during the session, according to the statement, “the government’s vision in many of the issues under discussion, including the presence of foreign forces in Iraq.”

The council also discussed, according to the statement, “Turkish violations on Iraqi lands.”

https://alahadnews.net/96128/%d8%a7%d9%84%d8%b9%d8%b1%d8%a7%d9%82/%d8%a3%d9%85%d9%86%d9%8a/

Iraq Tops The Arab Corona Deaths

Author: AhadNA1 On 11/8/2020 – 3:25 PM 104  A statistic revealed, today, Tuesday, that Iraq topped the list of Arab countries in the number of deaths due to the Corona virus, then Egypt came second and Saudi Arabia third.

As of the tenth of August, the Arab countries issued 5,464 deaths, Egypt ranked second with 5,035 deaths, then Saudi Arabia with 3,199 deaths.  Comoros came at the bottom of the list with seven deaths, then Jordan with only 11 deaths.

https://alahadnews.net/96084/%d8%a7%d9%84%d8%b9%d8%b1%d8%a7%d9%82/

Representative Finance: The Government Has Broken Its Promises, And There Is No Borrowing Without A Budget

Money  and business   Economy News _ Baghdad  On Tuesday, the Parliamentary Finance Committee criticized the current government for breaching its promises to implement financial reforms, noting that its decision was clear not to grant the government any kind of borrowing, whether internal or external, if the budget was not presented.

“The government is supposed to present its reform paper to Parliament, and an extraordinary session will be held within the next two weeks,” said the reporter of the Finance Committee, Ahmed Al-Saffar, in an interview with Al-Sabah newspaper.

Al-Saffar added, “The Financial Committee is working on a reform paper, and it is assumed that there will be a meeting with the government to unify the two papers and come up with a reform paper that promotes the economy, maximizes revenues and guides expenditures to get rid of loans, as the state can properly control its resources.”

He explained, “The borrowing law authorized the government to borrow amounts sufficient for three months as salaries for employees, and with the rise in oil prices, the state’s imports are supposed to increase, and accordingly, the government is supposed to have money to pay salaries,” stressing that “there is no external borrowing, and the borrowing law that Parliament voted it reluctantly.

He continued, “The Finance Committee’s decision is clear, which is that the government does not grant any kind of borrowing, whether internal or external, if the budget is not presented, and in return, the government promised that there would be reforms, and it was granted a period of 60 days, and until now there is no answer from them.” . Number of observations 42 Date of addendum 08/11/2020

https://economy-news.net/content.php?id=21377

Representative Finance: The Government Has Broken Its Promises, And There Is No Borrowing Without A Budget

09:28 – 11/08/2020  The information / Baghdad ..On Tuesday, the Parliamentary Finance Committee criticized the current government for breaching its promises to implement financial reforms, noting that its decision was clear not to grant the government any kind of borrowing, whether internal or external, if the budget was not presented.

“The government is supposed to present its reform paper to parliament, and an extraordinary session will be held within the next two weeks,” said Ahmed Al-Saffar, reporter of the Finance Committee, in a statement reported by Al-Sabah newspaper, which was seen by the information.

Al-Saffar added, “The Financial Committee is working on a reform paper, and it is assumed that there will be a meeting with the government to unify the two papers and come up with a reform paper that promotes the economy, maximizes revenues and guides expenditures to get rid of loans, as the state can properly control its resources.”

He explained, “The borrowing law authorized the government to borrow amounts sufficient for three months as salaries for employees, and with the rise in oil prices, the state’s imports are supposed to increase, and accordingly, the government is supposed to have money to pay salaries,” stressing that “there is no external borrowing, and the borrowing law that Parliament voted it reluctantly.

He continued, “The Finance Committee’s decision is clear, which is that the government does not grant any kind of borrowing, whether internal or external, if the budget is not presented, and in return, the government promised that there would be reforms, and it was granted a period of 60 days, and until now there is no answer from them.” . End / 25 https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/08/11/489405/

Because Of Corona..The Decrease In Financial Circulation By About 89 Billion Dinars In The Iraqi Market

18:35 – 10/08/2020  Information / Special …The Iraqi Securities Commission announced, on Monday, a decrease in trading during the second quarter of the first quarter of 2020, by a difference of 89 billion dinars due to the Corona pandemic.

The head of the authority, Alaa Al-Saadi, told “the information” that “the total of what was traded in the Iraq Stock Exchange during the first quarter amounts to about 106 billion dinars from a total of more than 100 companies distributed over economic sectors, including telecommunications.”

He added that “the total of what was circulated in the Iraqi financial market during the second quarter reached about 17 billion dinars,” noting that “the difference between the first and second quarter of this year reaches 89 billion dinars in the stock market due to the Corona pandemic.”

The Corona pandemic affected the Iraqi economy and paralyzed most of its joints, especially the private sector https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/08/10/489344/

Al-Sadr Confirms His Intention To Extend The 100-Day Deadline To Determine The Seriousness Of Al-Kazemi’s Work

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, announced today, Tuesday, August 11, 2020, that he is determined to extend the 100 days to determine the seriousness of the work of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

According to the text of a comment by Sadr, according to his state on social networking sites (Saleh Muhammad Al-Iraqi), “Yes, I am determined to have 100 days, as a deadline, even though I find him serious in his work and I ask him to have a strong heart for the love of the homeland.” Sadr replied, “Yes, report it on me.” https://www.radionawa.com/all-detail.aspx?jimare=21536

Political Analyst: Parliament Is Suspended, And Fuad Hussein Will Flee To Kurdistan Before He Is Sentenced

Aug 11, 2020 at 12:50 pm  33 Views  Political analyst: Parliament is suspended, and Fuad Hussein will flee to Kurdistan before he is sentenced Suspect  LINK

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