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Donnie: Economic parliamentary: the currency of the 50 000 dinars does not affect the value of the Iraqi dinar

Donnie: Najib said in a press statement that “the printed 50 000 dinars category soon and put on the market will not affect the value of the Iraqi currency at all.” aletejahtv.org/index.php/…  http://aletejahtv.org/index.php/permalink/88136.html

Lauren305: translate.google.com/tran… [Where] published the text of the response of the Federal Court to appeal against the abolition of the posts of Vice President of the Republic [Baghdad-where] The Federal Supreme Court rejected the appeal submitted by Osama Najafi to cancel the posts of Vice-President of the Republic within the reforms made by the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi decisions and approved by the House of Representatives.

According to the text of the court’s decision, which it issued last Tuesday: the scrutiny and deliberation of the Federal Supreme Court found that the prosecutor appealed the decision of the House of Representatives adopted on 08/11/2015 to ratify the Council of Ministers decision taken to cancel the position of his client 08/09/2015 Vice President of the Republic [Osama Najafi] claim of violating the Constitution and the laws in force and to provide the conditions to challenge the unconstitutionality of the resolution, and asked in his lawsuit and the abolition of the post of Champions decision to cancel his client Vice President of the Republic. ”

The court added that “It is note the case, we find that the plaintiff established his claim before this court as a vice president in addition to his job, and that’s where the third person the Prime Minister in addition to his job has canceled a position immediately endorsed the agent of the defendant in addition to his job.”

It showed that “this cancellation did not comment on the House of Representatives authentication and implemented immediately, and it is the prosecutor may have functional called on the Council of Ministers’ decision on 08/09/2015 so not valid before him in this case is not the defendant

in addition to his job nor the third person the Prime Minister added Balsafh to his job in which case established that the allegation made in its request and in the introduction of the third person Achtsa

Donnie: Iraq Live Update ‏@IraqLiveUpdate 26m26 minutes ago Erdogan’s son Bilal ‘close friends’ with Daesh reps in Turkey, according to @Sputnik_Intl

Donnie: Published the Russian media a number of pictures of the son of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a handshake and embrace the leaders of the terrorist organization Daash, which have close ties with each other because of the trade in black market oil sector with the terrorists in Syria.

Donnie: see link for pictures: arabic.sputniknews.com/wo…
http://arabic.sputniknews.com/world/20151127/1016528948.html?utm_source=m.facebook.com&utm_medium=short_url&utm_content=ajar&utm_campaign=URL_shortening

OOTW: HI PEEPS   OOTW: ‹@chattels› WHAT ELSE WAS THERE TO DO IN SCOTLAND? DEFEND YOUR TERRITORY OR HIT A STONE INTO SOME HOLES LOL

chattels: Progress of development policies Institute is hosting tomorrow’s central bank governor to discuss monetary policy History of edits:: 2015/11/27 14:15 • 23 visits readable Progress of development policies Institute is hosting tomorrow’s central bank governor to discuss monetary policy [Baghdad-where] Hosts progress of development policies Institute on Saturday Governor of the Central Bank for the purpose of discussing monetary policy.

According to a statement of the Institute received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it “will be hosting the Governor of the Central Bank on the Keywords tomorrow in the Institute building at 10:30 am to talk about monetary policy and the existing reserve and other files relevant”. He added that the symposium will participate elite group of financial experts and Alaguetsad.

chattels: Hosts progress of development policies Institute on Saturday Governor of the Central Bank for the purpose of discussing monetary policy.

chattels: ” …….. to talk about monetary policy and the existing reserve and other files relevant.”

chattels: Joel Wing ‏@JoelWing2 3h3 hours ago Until structural problems within Iraq addressed country will always be unstable musingsoniraq.blogspot.co… …
http://musingsoniraq.blogspot.com/2015/11/international-institute-for-strategic.html

chattels: musingsoniraq.blogspot.co…

http://musingsoniraq.blogspot.com/2015/11/international-institute-for-strategic.html

chattels: Joel Wing ‏@JoelWing2 2h2 hours ago No attempts to fix Iraq’s structural political problems that constantly throw it into crisis musingsoniraq.blogspot.co… …
http://musingsoniraq.blogspot.com/2015/11/international-institute-for-strategic.html?m=1

chattels: said the legal expert Tariq Harb told all of Iraq [where] that “the Court rejected the appeal submitted by one of the Vice President of the Republic [covered by the abolition of senior positions],” adding that “this appeal confirms the constitutionality of the decision to cancel these positions.” chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…

http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2890

chattels: Maliki’s ex lawyer claims crt ruling means sacking of Iraq VPs was constitutional www.alliraqnews.com/modul… … Disagree: Formality not substance – Reidar Visser ‏ PAGE NOT FOUND

rocknrollbus: www.alliraqnews.com/modul… chattels? wanna ‘splain?
http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storytopic=39&storyid=22476

Doug_W: ‹@rocknrollbus› that means Maliki has NO job Doug_W: OR immunity
Doug_W: they can proceed to weed out the highranking money laundriers

chattels: ‹@rocknrollbus› uncertain ’bout Maliki’s status
chattels: individual appeals it appears

chattels: Deputy: reducing government broad exceptions in the General Amnesty Law :: 2015/11/27 19:54 • [Baghdad-where] Deputy for the National Alliance said that the political blocs “determined to pass a general amnesty law and reduce the government exceptions to only four.” Said MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it,

that “the government has sent a general amnesty law, which includes 14 exception, but we are heading towards the adoption of this law except [to overcome the public money, and convicted of terrorism,

It is an act of high treason, a spy, and committing incest]. “He continued that” the draft general amnesty law is one of the main items on which formed the current government, but we reject categorically the release of blood on their hands with the blood of Iraqis,

so we are keen to approve the This law in line with the rights of victims principles “, they returned that law” within the reforms that employ re-covered by the merger of law in society items.

chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=3081&pid=7343#pid7343

chattels: Keeping Iraq together may be a fading hope By GARY KENT wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=109&pid=7344#pid7344

chattels: ” ………….. the priority is destroying Daesh but Assad’s departure must follow. He said no British boots on the ground are proposed and reconstruction would follow, with the pledge of at least £1 billion from Britain for stabilisation and reconstruction.”

Doug_W: TY “C” 4 clarifying that

chattels: ” …………. airstrikes saved the Kurdistan Region and helped liberate Kobane and Sinjar, and Daesh has lost one third of its Iraqi gains.”

chattels: ” Daesh has lost one third of its Iraqi gains ”

Doug_W: YAYYY

chattels: ” There is little discussion so far of the viability of Iraq and Syria, even as we seek to reinstate the border between them. Labour’s John Woodcock, who was on our recent delegation to Kurdistan, urged Cameron to ‘have the courage to say that the Abadi Government are far from being a great improvement on their predecessor and that the political settlement in Iraq is broken’ and any long-term solution requires recognising that and rebuilding Sunni self-government. That may also imply an independent Kurdistan.”

chattels: ” That may be a fading hope. Sunnis may not break with the jihadists without a new deal. We already have de facto partition and if that extends to and knocks Labour out of contention then Cameron and his Conservative successors in the coming decade will have to manage the demise of Sykes-Picot.

A century ago Picot apparently signed their agreement in ink and Sykes in pencil. Let’s hope any unravelling will not be written in more blood. Cameron rightly says the number one issue is defeating Daesh.”

chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=109&pid=7344#pid7344

chattels: ” The Future of Iraq and the Fight against ISIS “, Friday, November 27, 2015 INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES VIDEO: Future of Iraq & Fight Against ISIS Toby Dodge musingsoniraq.blogspot.co…

http://musingsoniraq.blogspot.com/2015/11/international-institute-for-strategic.html

chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=3084

Donnie: Godfather of terror: Saudi Arabia and ‘IS’

Donnie: The ideology of the terror organization the “Islamic State” is inspired by Wahhabism, the official religion of Saudi Arabia. But there are other links.

Donnie: www.dw.com/en/godfather-o…
http://www.dw.com/en/godfather-of-terror-saudi-arabia-and-is/a-18876511

rocknrollbus: www.alliraqnews.com/modul…
http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storytopic=39&storyid=22476

rocknrollbus: confirms to cancel these positions?

chattels: ” Iraq’s supreme court throws out the appeal of ex VP Nujayfi who was sacked, though apparently on a technicality only ” – Reidar Visser

chattels: Reidar Visser ‏@reidarvisser 8h8 hours ago Maliki’s ex lawyer claims crt ruling means sacking of Iraq VPs was constitutional www.alliraqnews.com/modul… … Disagree: Formality not substance

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storytopic=39&storyid=22476

chattels: ” …….. lawyer claims crt ruling means ……….. ”

rocknrollbus: did you read “this” article?

chattels: we will see
chattels: ‹@rocknrollbus› yes   chattels: there are three total
chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2890

chattels: thus far

rocknrollbus: that is from the 12th? the art i put up is from today

chattels: Visser reads arabic

rocknrollbus: crap…..how do i post it translated?

chattels: ” said the legal expert Tariq Harb told all of Iraq [where] that “the Court rejected the appeal submitted by one of the Vice President of the Republic [covered by the abolition of senior positions],” adding that “this appeal confirms the constitutionality of the decision to cancel these positions.”

chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul… PAGE NOT FOUND

chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2890

rocknrollbus: yuuuuuuup
rocknrollbus: doesn’t that mean we say byby to vp’s?

TxBrand: Baghdad] Federal Supreme Court dismissed the appeal of Osama Al-nujaifi, the abolition of the posts of Vice-Presidents of the Republic under the resolutions of the reforms made by Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi.


Legal expert said Tariq Harb for each agency in Iraq that “the Tribunal responded the appeal of one of the Vice-Presidents of the Republic [covered by cancellation of senior positions],” Noting that “this challenge confirms the constitutionality of the decision to abolish these posts”.

Federal Supreme Court, has deferred on the 17th of this month to consider two complaints submitted by the head of a coalition uniting Osama Al-nujaifi, to challenge the decision to abolish the post of Deputy President to 24 month [Tuesday] for the purpose of completing legal procedures, and provide the parties own reply.

The Cabinet was voted in 11 August, approving a package of government reforms included the abolition of Deputy Ministers Presidents. finished

TxBrand: I beat ya lol

chattels: “the Tribunal responded the appeal of one of the Vice-Presidents of the Republic ”
chattels: ” one of the Vice-Presidents ”

TxBrand: ok…I read it… no idea what it sayd

chattels: ” the appeal of Osama Al-nujaifi ”

BOBBY: TxBrand….. third time the charm lol

chattels: ” …….. Tariq Harb, Maliki’s ex lawyer claims crt ruling means ………………. ”
chattels: ” claims ”

TxBrand: this is bing : Federal Supreme Court dismissed the appeal of Osama Al-nujaifi, the abolition of the posts of Vice-Presidents of the Republic under the resolutions of the reforms made by Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi.

Federal Supreme Court, has deferred on the 17th of this month to consider two complaints submitted by the head of a coalition uniting Osama Al-nujaifi, to challenge the decision to abolish the post of Deputy President to 24 month [Tuesday] for the purpose of completing legal procedures, and provide the parties own reply.

Federal Supreme Court, has deferred on the 17th of this month to consider two complaints submitted by the head of a coalition uniting Osama Al-nujaifi, to challenge the decision to abolish the post of Deputy President to 24 month [Tuesday] for the purpose of completing legal procedures, and provide the parties own reply.

The Cabinet was voted in 11 August, approving a package of government reforms included the abolition of Deputy Ministers Presidents. finished

chattels: “this appeal confirms the constitutionality of the decision to cancel these positions.”

TxBrand: oh ok

chattels: I will wait to decide

rocknrollbus: confirmed?? they’re done?
rocknrollbus: i guess, wait and see what tomorrow brings……..

chattels: ” said the legal expert Tariq Harb ”
chattels: He has been ” wrong ” before

rocknrollbus: my article is from visser…………….he’s normally spoT on!!

rocknrollbus: and, is maliKi really in iran?

chattels: ‹@rocknrollbus› agreed
chattels: ‹@rocknrollbus› one report tells us so

BOBBY: i believe it was stated he was seeking medical attention in Iran

chattels: ‹@BOBBY› yes

rocknrollbus: also, read an art about erdogan’s son being buddies with isis big dawgs

chattels: Maliki heads tomorrow to Iran for the purpose of treatment :: 2015/11/24 11:38 • [Baghdad-where] the former vice president Nuri al-Maliki tomorrow heading to Iran. A statement by his press office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that “al-Maliki on Wednesday heading to Iran for a visit lasting several therapeutic Ayam.   chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=3044

rocknrollbus: remember u saying……..”timing” bwaaahahahahaha

chattels: you r well read

rocknrollbus: been off tour for about a month!!! i love to read
rocknrollbus: have family in penatgon and different “3 letter” places
rocknrollbus: of course, I’ve never heard any of the BS these douchebag guru’s say from my peeps    rocknrollbus: chattles, how long u been in?

chattels: ‹@rocknrollbus› 5 yrs, u ?

rocknrollbus: lil longer……..heard about it back in the ’03 ’04 years, but didn’t act on it until i did a s** load of research………

chattels: ‹@rocknrollbus› hopeful still ?

rocknrollbus: yeah…….don’t really know what it’ll come in at, altho i really believe it will someday be on par with the kuwaiti dinar

TxBrand: dang this is not even on the news… may not be correct …see what you think www.facebook.com/jeanbapt…
https://www.facebook.com/jeanbaptiste.kim.3/videos/146392639052889/?fref=nf

chattels: ‹@TxBrand› interesting

rocknrollbus: yuuuuup has that shroom cloud like a nuke!!

chattels:  Why It’s Time for a Free Kurdistan It’s spread across several de facto ‘states,’ but Kurdish nationalism has become a reality as the rest of the Middle East crumbles.

chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=109&pid=7346#pid7346

chattels: www.thedailybeast.com/art…

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/11/27/the-kurds-already-have-independence.html?via=newsletter&source=DDMorning

chattels: Just as the world needs to accept that there are multiple, self-governing Kurdistans, so do the Kurds. The common political idea among Kurds for decades has been the need for a single Kurdistan that would bring together the Kurdish regions of Syria, Turkey, Iraq, and Iran.

For the Kurds to accept a series of Kurdistans, they will need to stop intervening in each other’s politics. There will be less tensions among Kurdish parties, and less international wariness of Kurdish nationalism, if Kurds themselves accept that there will never be a united Kurdistan.

rocknrollbus: i know “uncle joe” biden has sure been pushing for it

chattels: The arguments against Kurdish independence are obsolete. It’s not a question of whether the world should allow Kurds to have independent states. It’s a matter of the international community catching up with what the Kurds have already done.

chattels: . NEWSTECH + HEALTHBEASTSTYLEBOOKSVIDEO A Peshmerga soldier walk to place a Kurdish flag near the frontline with ISIL on November 16, 2015 in Sinjar, Iraq. Kurdish forces, with the aid of massive U.S.-led coalition airstrikes, liberated the town from ISIL extremists, known in Arabic as Daesh, in recent days.

John Moore/Getty WRITTEN BY Aliza Marcus Andrew Apostolou facebook tweet email redditSUBMIT SELF-DETERMINATION11.27.1… AM ET Why It’s Time for a Free Kurdistan It’s spread across several de facto ‘states,’ but Kurdish nationalism has become a reality as the rest of the Middle East crumbles.

It’s time to stop debating whether or not the Kurds deserve an independent state. There are around 40 million Kurds across Turkey, Iraq, Iran, and Syria—the largest ethnic group without self-determination. Kurds have long sought independence, but the states in which they live have always opposed it.

The U.S. and its Western allies oppose Kurdish independence because of fears it could destabilize the already volatile Middle East. The arguments against Kurdish independence are obsolete.

It’s not a question of whether the world should allow Kurds to have independent states. It’s a matter of the international community catching up with what the Kurds have already done.

In Iraq and Syria, Kurdish groups have established their own states—albeit de facto—without waiting for anyone’s permission. These are not fully fledged independent countries with diplomatic missions at the United Nations and international recognition. They don’t need to be. Kurds have shown they can manage without that.

In Turkey, where close to half of all Kurds live, they are demanding self-rule but are up against a state that is unwilling to negotiate political rights. The question now is whether the U.S. and others can accept Kurdish self-rule.

That question is more urgent given the importance of the Kurds in Iraq and Syria for the fight against the so-called Islamic State widely known as ISIS. As importantly, can the Kurds learn to accept their own

chattels: oop

chattels: In Iraq, the Kurds have governed themselves since 1991, when a U.S.-led no-fly zone was established in the country’s north to protect the Kurds from Saddam Hussein’s forces. The Kurds set up the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), their own parliament, used a different version of the Iraqi dinar than the rest of the country, and even issued their own postal stamps.

chattels: ” …… used a different version of the Iraqi dinar than the rest of the country …….. ”

rocknrollbus: not now tho

chattels: Given how Kurds have been treated in the countries in which they live, it’s no surprise that they have demanded the right to govern themselves and are willing to fight. So it’s time that the international community caught up with Kurdish desires and helped Kurds build stable, democratic institutions, instead of taking the side of those who want to rule over the Kurds.

chattels: Given how Kurds have been treated in the countries in which they live, it’s no surprise that they have demanded the right to govern themselves and are willing to fight.

So it’s time that the international community caught up with Kurdish desires and helped Kurds build stable, democratic institutions, instead of taking the side of those who want to rule over the Kurds.

rocknrollbus: don’t know if they’ll ever get hcl done…….bagdad says kurds owe 400mil………kurds say bagdad owes months of back pay………….

chattels: Lukman Faily ‏@FailyLukman 11h11 hours ago Great observations from @roberttollast on Basra’s improving business environment bit.ly/1RaLUqF

http://www.iraq-businessnews.com/2015/11/24/ibbc-and-the-southern-governorates/

chattels: Ahmed Ali ‏@IraqShamel 8h8 hours ago It’s indisputable, however, that Abadi is self-weakened by his own slow governance style. He needs to show sense of urgency.

rocknrollbus: agreed

chattels: #Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi struggles with backlash from promised reforms – my @FT piece on.ft.com/1N9pG6X        http://www.ft.com/home/us     LINK 

chattels: An official source, said Friday that the Federal Court decision cold suit vice president of the republic confirms that the reforms launched by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is based on the Constitution and the law, as pointed out that allegation other down their positions lie, stressing that reforms the past does not return them. wealthwatch.world/showthr…

http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2890&page=2

chattels: ” the reforms launched by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is based on the Constitution and the law ”

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