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Frank26:   KTFA FAMILY ………… I present Another Question for Your scrutiny and ………. Pondering:

What do we seek as #1 of 4 ?   LAWS to be Published.

So yesterday they tell You what they are doing …….. HAVE DONE ……… With LAWS that will Complement the Mother of all LAWS ……. The HCL.

The 2015/16 Budget are married to the HCL ……… With OIL !

This is for Iraq !!

The next set of LAWS are for the International World to make money with Iraq !!!
DELTA will talk to You about this tonight and he will ALSO help You understand ………… An Arabic Translation of an economist with ADRS EXACTLY EXPECTED WORDS. Why?

Because A and DRS are ………… Economist and #2 of 4 is about the LDs.

As we told YOU …….. THE ME MEDIA is becoming our friend slowly …… In Arabic. AND …… Said A is a Commanders who’s orders are being followed……… Quickly. Yes.

BTW tonight ………. I wish to talk to You about …….. Iran and ……….. Why.

Finally Family ……….. I gave Your KTFA STAFF a DATE to pray and protect over last month. I will not give it to You but tonight ……….. I point at it. Since they have found Security and inner Strength ………. The Seriousness of The MR in Iraq is becoming Evident and Profound. It was my HOPE ……… To be Found.

SAID as well to PRAY for KURDISTAND !!! Why? ……… They are telling You NOW.

I am NOW Prepared to tell YOU about an unknown …………. WAR.

C U on Your CC    KTFA   Frank


Old_Man_River :I’ve been kicking around the idea of buying some rial and cant find a whole lot of info or intel on the possibilities of it going up in value. Wikipedia had some info on Iran considering dropping their 4 zeros (from .000033) which sounds great but they’re also talking about issueing new currency so it kind of sounds like a lop. It seems like Frank is cautiously optimistic .
Looking for opinions from those who’ve been more succesful at finding credible info or intel.


Frank26:  IMO ……… After the sanctions are lifted next month on the 8/9th ……… Seconds afterwards they will follow the SAME MR as the IQD. It will start with the lifting of 000 physically in the streets then ……. ect ect ect.

Yet IMO the Rial will not walk the LONG ROAD as the IQD did?


IMO ……… The ground work and pavement has been laid out for the …….. Rial.

Safer ME………… Faster Pace.   KTFA   Frank


Aggiedad77:  Ok gang….pay attention here…..there are only so many days left for you to get these “LAWS” completed that are needing to be passed…..

You’ve heard the talk of an end run around you if you are believed to not be productive…..
PM Abadi is serious about getting work carried out and is not likely going to look upon your adjournment until next week as a positive factor in the future of your existence…..

He has the power remember…..he can reform Parliament if he desires…..and always always listen for what the Ayatollah Sistani is saying to you…..”daylight’s aburning”……”get ‘er done boys.”

Walkingstick:  House of Representatives to raise its 31 to Tuesday next week

BAGHDAD / Baghdadi News / .. raise the House of Representatives, Monday, its the 31 to Tuesday of next week.

A parliamentary source for the reporter / Baghdadi News /, that “the House of Representatives to raise its 31 to Tuesday of next week, as the parliament voted in today’s session on the draft amendment to the Income Tax Act No. 113, in addition to the vote on the second amendment to the law of investment.”

It is said that the House of Representatives today held its 31st of the third legislative term under the chairmanship of President of the Council Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 200 deputies. It ended 21 / g



Walkingstick:  House of Representatives vote on the second amendment to the investment law

BAGHDAD / Baghdadi News / … the voice of the House of Representatives, on Monday, the second amendment to the investment law.

A parliamentary source said to the reporter / Baghdadi News /, said that “the Council voted during its regular, which was held today, on the second amendment to the law of investment.”

Parliament held its 31st day of the third legislative term under the chairmanship of the House of Representatives and the presence of Salim al-200 Naib.anthy 21 m / n



House of Representatives vote on the Income Tax Act
10/19/2015 13:19

Tomorrow Press / Baghdad Voice of the House of Representatives, on Monday, the Income Tax Act. The parliamentary source for “tomorrow Press”, “The House of Representatives voted, at its 31st meeting held today, the draft law amending the income tax number Law (113) for the year 1982 “. The House of Representatives held its 31st Legislative Chapter of the first legislative year, the second on Monday, headed by Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 200 deputies.  Link

Aggiedad77:  Good Morning WalkingStick, you bring FANTASTIC news in such a tiny tidbit of an article this morning…..thank you sir…..do you know if this “vote on the Second Amendment to the Investment Law” is all there will be, or are there other Amendments to be voted upon as well? I seem to recall there are more pieces to the law, sounds like they may be voting on them individually.


Next week .. Kurdish delegation to visit Baghdad to discuss the 2016 budget
By Mohammed Emad 19/10/2015 02:30 |

Brother – Baghdad
Deputy for a coalition of Kurdish blocs revealed near the visit of the delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government to Baghdad next week.

The MP said Kawa Muhammad “is expected to visit a delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government headed by Nechirvan Barzani [head of government] to Baghdad next week to discuss the region’s share of the budget in 2016 after approval yesterday in the Council of Ministers.”

The Council of Ministers approved at its special session on Sunday, the draft federal budget for fiscal year 2016, amounting to 106 trillion dinars, and the deficit is estimated with 23 Trliuna a rate of 21.69% of the total budget.

The Ministry of Finance also estimated oil price rate within the 2016 budget to $ 45, and the export of 3.6 million barrels per day, as pointed out that budget revenues will amount to more than 84 thousand trillion and 73 billion dinars.

Detection and Culture and Tourism Minister Faryad Roandzi yesterday [which belongs to the Kurdish nationalist] for the allocation of 12 trillion and 600 billion dinars as a share of the Kurdistan region in the budget, “referring to” Installing the region’s share amounting to 17 percent in the new budget, as opposed to be issued per day 550 000 barrels of oil province across SOMO by the oil agreement. ”

Roandzi called “provincial government to speed up the delegation to go to Baghdad in order to sign a new agreement to ensure the region’s share in the 2016 budget.”


Aggiedad77:  This is like waaaay premature to really be talking about what is in the 2016 budget….but….it sounds like the Kurds may have their 17% within the budget and MAY NOT have a requirement attached to it to pump 550,000 barrels of oil per day to get it…..I’m gathering that by the wording where they mention the 17% then immediately following it state, “as opposed” and mention the oil requirement that has been there since the passing of the 2015 budget….even if it is still there I believe the Kurds are capable……as long as they can find some way for SOMO to agree with them on the amount pumped.


Walkingstick:  Parliament to raise its next week after the postponement of the vote on the investment law
Date: 10/19/2015 15:37

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Parliament to raise its next week after the postponement of the vote on the investment law

follows ..  Link

Aggiedad77:  Well this answers my earlier question….I thought there was more to the Investment Law than just that one amendment….thanks for digging this up WS.

Aloha  Randy


Walkingstick  Iran deal closer to reality as U.S. prepares sanctions waivers

World | Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:07pm EDT
The United States

approved conditional sanctions waivers for Iran on Sunday, though it cautioned they would not take effect until Tehran has curbed its nuclear program as required under a historic nuclear deal reached in Vienna on July 14.

“Today marks an important milestone toward preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon and ensuring its nuclear program is exclusively peaceful going forward,” U.S. President Barack Obama said in a White House statement.

In a memo, he directed the secretaries of state, treasury, commerce and energy “to take all necessary steps to give effect to the U.S. commitments with respect to sanctions described in (the Iran deal).”

Several senior U.S. officials, who spoke to reporters on condition of anonymity, said actual sanctions relief for Iran was at least two months away.

Sunday was “adoption day” for the deal, which came 90 days after the U.N. Security Council endorsed the agreement reached by Iran, the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China under which most sanctions on Iran would be lifted in exchange for limits on Tehran’s nuclear activities.

Secretary of State John Kerry said Iran would now have to act to restrain its nuclear program.

“These waivers will not take effect until Implementation Day, after Iran has completed all necessary nuclear steps, as verified by the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency),” he said in a statement. “If fully implemented, (the deal) will bring unprecedented insight and accountability to Iran’s nuclear program forever.”

In Brussels, the European Union on Sunday published legal acts that open the way for the bloc to lift sanctions if Tehran meets the conditions tied to the landmark nuclear agreement.

Iran told the IAEA on Sunday it would fulfill a commitment under the deal to implement the Additional Protocol to its Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement, allowing U.N. nuclear inspectors more intrusive access to Iranian facilities.

Iran will take that step on “implementation day”, the IAEA said in a statement. Under the deal, that is when the agency is due to have verified that Tehran has implemented restrictions on its nuclear activities and sanctions should be lifted.

Kerry said Tom Shannon, the appointee for Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, and the U.S. point-man on Iran, Stephen Mull, would join senior officials from the six powers, Iran and the European Union in Vienna this week to discuss implementation of the deal.

In addition to Washington’s conditional orders to suspend U.S. nuclear-related sanctions, U.S. officials said the United States, China and Iran were re-emphasizing their commitment to the redesign and reconstruction of the Arak research reactor so that it does not produce plutonium.

The fate of the Arak reactor was one of the toughest sticking points in the nearly two years of negotiations that led to the July agreement.

Other steps Iran must take include reducing the number of uranium-enrichment centrifuges it has in operation, cutting its enriched uranium stocks and answering U.N. questions about past activities that the West suspects were linked to work on nuclear weapons.

Kerry noted that the IAEA had already said Iran had met its obligation to provide answers and access to the agency.

However, one U.S. official suggested on Saturday that the quality of answers Iran provides to the IAEA and the agency’s assessment are not relevant when it comes to deciding on pressing forward with sanctions relief.

“That final assessment, which the IAEA is aiming to complete by December 15th, is not a prerequisite for implementation day,” he said.

Tehran denies allegations from Western powers and their allies that its nuclear program was aimed at developing the capability to produce atomic weapons.

Unilateral U.S. sanctions against Iran not tied to its atomic program, such as those related to human rights, will remain even after the nuclear deal is implemented.

The U.S. officials were asked about Iran’s decision to test a ballistic missile a week ago in violation of a U.N. ban that will remain in effect for almost a decade. The United States has said the missile was capable of delivering a nuclear warhead.

The officials reiterated that the launch was not a violation of the nuclear deal.

“This is not, unfortunately, something new,” a U.S. official said, adding that the missile test should not be seen as an indicator of Iran’s willingness to comply with the nuclear deal.

“There is a long pattern of Iran ignoring U.N. Security Council resolutions on ballistic missiles,” the official said.

Washington has said it will seek Security Council action against Iran over the missile test. Once the deal is implemented, Iran will still be “called upon” to refrain from undertaking any work on ballistic missiles designed to deliver nuclear weapons for a period of up to eight years, according to a Security Council resolution adopted in July.



Frank26:  My QUESTION to YOU last night KTFA ………… Is answered TODAY to YOU:

BECAUSE ………The United States approved conditional sanctions waivers for Iran on Sunday.

BUT WHY ??? !!!     Tell You tonight.


Walkingstick:  The Impact of Loosening Sanctions on Iran

October 19, 2015

With sanctions expected to be eased on Iran, what are the ramifications—from the point of view of oil production as well as for the wider economy—for the Middle East region?