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Winter: It says Maliki is the bad part of it all

Doug_W: ‹@Winter› what is the “IT” that your referring to

disciple7: ‹@Doug_W› CNN Long Road to Hell IRAQ

Winter: CNN Long Road to Hell IRAQ is rough to watch,

http://www.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1510/26/csr.01.html

http://cnnpressroom.blogs.cnn.com/2015/10/21/long-road-to-hell-america-in-iraq-hosted-by-cnns-fareed-zakaria-airs-monday-on-cnn-and-cnn-international/

Doug_W: ty 7

disciple7: ‹@Doug_W› yw

disciple7: ‹@Winter› Maliki is the bad part of it all eh?

Winter: ‹@disciple7› ooh hes not?

disciple7: ‹@Winter› nope I agree

disciple7: maybe CNN is priming people for a Maliki fall..

disciple7: Keywords: leaders of the Dawa and state law supports reforms Abadi MP for the parliamentary advocate affiliated to the State of Law coalition bloc on the Keywords that Kiedah advocacy and coalition supporting the reforms of Prime Minister Hsdr Abadi.

Keywords said in a press conference held at the parliament building that “the leaders of the Dawa agree on reforms Abadi, standing behind her and talking about the withdrawal of the mandate of the parliament, even if the reforms of the state of law, the leaders of the coalition reaffirms its support for Ebadi and his reforms.”

The informed source has reported that a coalition of state law, had given on Tuesday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi 48 hours to return to what has been previously agreed on the need to inform the political blocs and any actions taken by that concern the interests of the country.

The source said in a press statement that “the whole coalition that, in the event of non-Abadi obligation to issue a statement confirming lack of responsibility for the effects and consequences of the lack of the Prime Minister’s commitment to inform the blocs and political forces, especially Maitalq unconditional mandate granted by the House of Representatives for the implementation of reforms.”

He stressed the coalition of state law, according to the source that, in the event of non-Abadi’s commitment to do so, it is no longer representative of the coalition in the cabinet, but represent himself and by, “he said.

The deputies have begun today to collect signatures for the withdrawal of the authorization granted by Parliament to Abadi to implement reforms to lack conviction usefulness decisions reforms taken by the Prime Minister late July Almadi.bhsp informed sources that packs. translate.googleuserconte…  bad link

Doug_W: 7 aren’t U sick of this phrase: .” The informed source”

OOTW: great article Disciple   OOTW: that’s what we want to see

disciple7: ‹@OOTW› Compliments to sczin11

disciple7: ‹@Doug_W› im sick of this journey in general… but we’ve had some progress today so for that im happy..

Doug_W: indeed so

MzDiva: ‹@Doug_W› ‹@Doug_W› ‹@OOTW› ‹@OOTW› ‹@disciple7› ‹@disciple7› Good vibrations keep it coming  :silly:  :silly:  :silly:

disciple7: ‹@Doug_W› besides you gotta feel blessed to even be in the position we’re in..

Doug_W: ohhh I do  Doug_W: ♥♥♥ Stupid RV Anyhow ♥♥♥© ™® Pat pend.
Doug_W: SEEE ^^^   Doug_W: lol

OOTW: ‹@disciple7› AH THANKS SCZIN11

chattels: [Baghdad-where] State of Law coalition said in a statement that the withdrawal of his mandate with him to the prime minister Haider al-Abadi in the House of Representatives “for its uniqueness and the decisions by the lack of consultation with the political blocs”   chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul… http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/271020154

chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — Following the removal of four ministers on his Cabinet from the Change Movement (Gorran), Kurdistan Regional Government Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani designated existing members of the Cabinet Tuesday to fill the posts on a temporary basis.

Four ministerial posts that belonged to Gorran—finance, religious affairs, Peshmerga, investment and trade—were sacked by Barzani earlier in October.  chattels: rudaw.net/english/kurdist…   http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/271020154

chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — The Iraqi Cabinet claimed Tuesday that Iraqi forces had reclaimed fresh areas in eastern Anbar province from the Islamic State, killing and wounding 27 militants.

“During the launch of an operation in the township of Baghdadi in eastern Anbar, 21 ISIS militants were killed and six others wounded,” said the Cabinet in a Tuesday statement.

It added that Iraqi forces cleared roads stretching from the township of Haditha to Baghdadi, which had been planted by ISIS with landmines in previous battles with the Iraqi army. Al-Assad airbase is located nearby, where US forces have been based.

“The Iraqi forces, including Iraqi security forces and Hashd al-Shaabi militants, liberated Baghdadi from ISIS west of Ramadi,” said the statement. “Bomb disposal teams defused 64 landmines and seized five missiles made by ISIS.”   chattels: rudaw.net/english/middlee…
http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/27102015

chattels: Carter also warned that a defeat of extremism in Iraq will only be for the short term if the Baghdad central government fails to incorporate Sunni Arab forces and fairly distribute arms provided by the US to other partners countering ISIS.

“We’ve given the Iraqi government two battalions worth of equipment for mobilizing Sunni tribal forces; as we continue to provide this support, the Iraqi government must ensure it is distributed effectively,” he said.

“If local Sunni forces aren’t sufficiently equipped, regularly paid and empowered as co-equal members of the Iraqi security forces, ISIL’s defeats in Anbar will only be temporary,” Carter warned. He also hailed Kurdish forces as a model that the US is looking for to work with on the ground.rudaw.net/english/world/2.  http://rudaw.net/english/world/271020152

OOTW: HAS ANYONE RECEIVED WORD FROM ANY DEALERS THAT THEY’RE HAVING A HARD TIME FILLING ORDERS OR ARE SHORT ON DINAR?

chattels: According to Carter, more than 14 other countries are shipping “tons” of equipment for the Kurds, ensuring the senators that weapons are delivered to the Peshmerga in a timely manner.

“Rapidity and certainty of supply are very important for them,” said Carter, who repeated the White House’s constant policy of sending military supplies to the Kurds via Baghdad.

“We have a policy of routing equipment to Kurdish Peshmerga through the government of Baghdad,” he said. Carter reasoned that routing weapons via Baghdad comes in the framework of the US support for a multi-ethnic government in Iraq.

lonegunman: ‹@OOTW› have not bought in years no idea

Winter: ‹@OOTW› why, what happened?

Doug_W: not bought other than rial in a long time also

chattels: ‹@OOTW› ‹@OOTW› ‹@OOTW› ‹@OOTW› ‹@OOTW› According to Carter, more than 14 other countries are shipping “tons” of equipment for the Kurds, ensuring the senators that weapons are delivered to the Peshmerga in a timely manner.
“Rapidity and certainty of supply are very important for them,” said Carter, who repeated the White House’s constant policy of sending military supplies to the Kurds via Baghdad.

“We have a policy of routing equipment to Kurdish Peshmerga through the government of Baghdad,” he said. Carter reasoned that routing weapons via Baghdad comes in the framework of the US support for a multi-ethnic government in Iraq.

chattels: ‹@OOTW› No info on dealers / dinar

Winter: US weighs ‘direct action’ on ground in Iraq

Winter: The U.S. is considering increasing its attacks on ISIS through more ground action and airstrikes, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Tuesday.

lonegunman: ‹@Winter› not a good idea !

Winter: www.mystateline.com/news/…

http://www.mystateline.com/news/us-weighs-direct-action-on-ground-in-iraq

lonegunman: of course i would gladly go with em even though im old  lol

Winter: The Pentagon is about to make major changes to its ISIS strategy

lonegunman: I myself cannot believe these animals lasted this long

Winter: Its now on every channel

OOTW: ‹@Winter› WELL I HAVE RECEIVED WORD AND HAVE VERIFIED THAT DEALERS IN ANOTHER MAJOR WESTERN COUNTRY ARE COMPLETELY OUT

lonegunman: ‹@OOTW› is that good ??   lonegunman: i assume so

Winter: ‹@OOTW› On news now IRAN is looking to also

OOTW: SIMPLY AN INDICATION OF A POTENTIAL AND PERHAPS TEMPORARY LIQUIDITY ISSUE

Winter: DASHE and ISIS need to start really sweating

lonegunman: perhaps a change in value wolud help with a liquidity problem along with lower denoms

TxBrand: ‹@OOTW› Dealers are out of what… I really tried to read back lol

TxBrand: dinar ? dealer where ?

Winter: www.xchangeofamerica.com/   https://www.xchangeofamerica.com/

Winter: still in business and selling dinar   Winter: dinar trade is them now

TxBrand: ‹@Winter› is she saying out of dinar in another western country ?

OOTW: ‹@TxBrand› dinar  OOTW: this is a major travel currency company overseas

TxBrand: wow… did they say why they are out ?

OOTW: like travelex

OOTW: they’re out of rial and have even removed it from their drop down list of available currencies

OOTW: no they have no said why

OOTW: SORRY DINAR

Stash: Out of dinar or rial. I just got here.

Stash: ????

OOTW: STASH A TRAVEL CURRENCY DEALER…A LARGE COMPANY OVERSEAS IS OUT OF DINAR AND HAVE REMOVED IT FROM THEIR LIST OF AVAILABLE CURRENCIES

Stash: Ok thanks a bunch

OOTW: A FRIEND OF MINE, YES, A REAL PERSON..LONGTIME FRIEND HAS SAID THAT HE CALLED THEM AND THEY TOLD HIM THEY DON’T KNOW WHEN THEY’LL BE GETTING MORE IN, IT COULD BE A TEMPORARY CONDITION 😉

Stash: Wow

Sassy: OOtW years ago they always said look for the dealers to start running out

Wheresmyrv?: Awesome news thanks OOTW!

MzDiva: ‹@Sassy›  lol lol

MzDiva: thats good run out so we can hurry and exchange lol

Sassy: msdiva lol  Sassy: Msdiva would be nice right?

MzDiva: ‹@Sassy› ‹@Sassy› im so ready for this to all end you just dont know

Sassy: Msdiva I am so done lol

MzDiva: ‹@Sassy› so done you can stick a fork in ya ehh

OOTW: www.moneycorp.com/uk     http://www.moneycorp.com/uk

OOTW: THEY HAD DINAR FOR SALE YESTERDAY – NOW NADA….AND MY FRIEND CALLED THEM AND THEY SAID THEY’RE OUT OF DINAR UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE SO WE’LL SEE

Sassy: OOTW thank you

Sassy: OOTW I find this very interesting don’t you?

OOTW: YES BUT WE SHOULD KEEP IN MIND IT COULD JUST BE TEMPORARY

Sassy: OOTW yep but going to keep an eye on it

OOTW: FOR SURE SASSY

Sassy: OOTW lovin the progress in Iraq with the laws today

MzDiva: ‹@Sassy› i hope this puts them on the road to a new currency

Sassy: Later all

TxBrand: wow…guess who won the skeleton beauty pageant ?

chattels: Can anyone tell us what difference the amendments to the Iraqi Investment Law will make to any potential investor in Iraq ?

chattels: Iraq has had an investment law since 2006.

chattels: Has anyone read the amendments to determine what change(s) there are in / to the 2006 text ?

TxBrand: ‹@chattels› all I know is that they can rent property for a certain time… but they can;t buy it

TxBrand: or land to build on

chattels: ‹@TxBrand› 50 year lease under the 2006 law and ownership under very limited conditions.

TxBrand: guess I should not say KNOW…that’s what I heard

TxBrand: ok

chattels: I read / see no change in the ownership of land under the amendments.

chattels: I welcome all to read the text of the amendments. chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr… http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2683

chattels: If the investment requires electrical service then what reliable service can be provided to the investor ?

chattels: My point is that infrastructure in Iraq is not going to change overnight.

chattels: If you read the history there was equal anticipation of investment with the passage of the original law in 2006.

chattels: Iraq has been ” begging ” for investments ever since.

chattels: If Iraq could not attract investment before DAESH and when growth was projected at 9 – 12 % then how / why now ?

chattels: When some say that the Iraqi economy is ” dead ” or on the verge of the financial abyss / bankruptcy ?

chattels: FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN IRAQ In 2006 the Iraqi Government passed Investment Law No 13 which laid out the foundation for attracting foreign investment.  chattels: www.webuildiraq.org/busin…

http://www.webuildiraq.org/business-iraq/foreign-investment-in-iraq/

chattels: The Unfinished Story of Iraq’s Oil Law : www.jadaliyya.com/pages/i…

http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/index/6590/the-unfinished-story-of-iraqs-oil-law_an-interview

TxBrand: unless they have US troops over there…you wont see much either

chattels: Understanding risks of investing in Iraq …………. : diazreus.com/wp-content/u…

http://diazreus.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Understanding-Risks-of-Investing-in-Iraq_DBR.pdf

chattels: ” Iraq has been offering incentives to stimulate private investment in infrastructure projects since the passage of Investment Law No. 13 of 2006. ”

chattels: Iraq’s Economy Needs More Than Security By: Raj M. Desai : www.brookings.edu/researc…

http://www.brookings.edu/research/opinions/2009/10/23-iraq-economy-desai

chattels: ” A national investment law—on the books since 2006—which would protect foreign and domestic investors remains unevenly enforced. ”

chattels: ” Today, in most cases, foreign investors have been granted the same rights as national investors vis-à-vis their investments. Iraq’s new Investment Law, approved in 2006, guarantees a climate where foreign investment is facilitated.” tbiraq.com/doing-business…

http://tbiraq.com/doing-business-in-iraq/economic-environment/

chattels: ” Today ” in the foregoing article was 2014.

chattels: ” a qualitative leap in increased income revenues of Iraq. ” with the second amendment to the 2006 Investment law ?????????????

chattels: We shall see I suppose.

TxBrand: humm

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