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  1. 02 May 2016 18:08 ISIS Attack Bashir Village near Kirkuk By Chemical Agents ISIS Attack Bashir Village near Kirkuk By Chemical Agents According to Al-Alam News Network reporter ,Many People injured and Poisoned by ISIS Chemical attack on the village of Bashir. ISIS Targets Bashir Village by at-least 7 missile filled by Sarin and Chlorin Gas. The village of Bashir, south of Kirkuk city, was cleared of the Islamic State (ISIS, ISIL, IS and Daesh) by the Kurdish Peshmerga and Shiite forces - Hashd al-Shaabi - Sunday. Bashir, 20 kilometers south of Kirkuk city, is a predominantly Shiite town that fell to ISIS last year. Pockets of ISIS resistance still exist around Bashir village. - See more at: http://en.alalam.ir/news/1814098?#sthash.XIjUaR9m.dpuf
  2. Publish Date: Mon, 02 May 2016 18:10:36 GMT Service: Iran Iran 'stands ready' to help settle political turmoil in Iraq Foreign Ministry spokesman Hossein Jaberi Ansari said Iran is ready to facilitate dialogue among all political factions in Iraq to help settle their existing differences. “The Islamic Republic of Iran hopes that the ground would be prepared for political consensus among Iraqi political currents as soon as possible and announces its readiness to utilize all its relations to facilitate dialogue to achieve that goal,” he said Monday, Press TV reported. Jaberi Ansari further called on all political sides in Iraq to exercise restraint and create “a proper atmosphere to settle the country’s existing issues through dialogue and political understanding.” He said efforts instead should be focused on “fighting corruption and terrorism” in Iraq, which he said, requires serious talks among officials of all political affiliations. “We believe that safeguarding the Iraqi nation’s political process and political achievements of the past two decades as well as respecting the rule of law will guarantee stability, continuation of development, and consolidation of national unity in Iraq,” Jaberi Ansari stated. Iraq has been the scene of political turmoil in the past weeks over Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi’s efforts to form a new cabinet. On April 26, the parliament finally endorsed six new ministers proposed by Abadi despite attempts to block the chamber meeting by about 100 deputies who are reportedly close to former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and opposed to Abadi and Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jabouri. Protesters stormed the parliament building in Baghdad’s Green Zone on Sunday, demanding that lawmakers approve the proposed technocrat government. The protesters also called for the resignation of Iraqi president, prime minster and parliament speaker. http://www.iran-daily.com/News/150656.html?
  3. The date of the parliamentary session next Tuesday By admin-ri 05/02/2016 12:04 | Number of Views: 3465 font size: House of Representatives confirmed the decision Imad John Yako that any change has yet to occur to the date of the next scheduled parliamentary session convening on Tuesday of next week . Said Yako in a press statement that the date for the hearing constant has not changed despite the recent events that took place in the Green Zone and Maravgaha from storming the building of the Iraqi Parliament, pointing out that the three presidencies meeting held yesterday urged the political blocs to resume their meetings to vote on theministerial cabin new . Yako added that the Prime Minister to resolve the ministerial change file as soon as possible for the Council to devote himself to his work and legislative oversight http://al-mawqif.com/permalink/10427.html
  4. Raghad Saddam Hussein sends a message to the Iraqi people : Political landscape sectionViews: 1710Published on: Today, 14:35 Print story Send to Friend font size BAGHDAD / Sky Press: He sent the daughter of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, Raghad, a message to the Iraqi people, to coincide with the entry of demonstrators to the Green Zone. Raghad and wrote on its front page on "Facebook" and seen by "Sky Press," "This is your day, O Iraqis Alobtal..sgeloa Btoulatkm long your record, and do not be afraid to customers and Alkhounh..ovq God leads you He loves and is pleased with ... oh, and a local victory with God's help .. " Stormed the protesters Sadrist movement, today, the House of Representatives building in the green dotted Baghdad to protest the lifting of its meeting until next week without a vote on the complete cabinet reshuffle, and assaulted some of them on a number of House of Representatives, while the Office of the Martyr al-Sadr announced on Sunday, "innocence" of the people who assaulted some of Representatives, stressing that he has been brought to storm parliament. The face of the commander of the armed forces and the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Sunday, the Interior Ministry to pursue the attackers on the security forces and members of the House of Representatives and who vandalized public property. It was al-Sadr, decided on Saturday to resort to "i'tikaaf" for two months, a rejection of the return of "corruption and the corrupt," as he emphasized that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi subjected to "heavy pressure" by wishing quota system. And it instructed the Baghdad Operations Command, the day of all forces and security pieces abolition of public holidays and join the military their units, as announced on the state of alarm "c" for all the security elements, as well as the closure of all roads leading to the Green Zone in central Baghdad, stressing that the declaration warning came after the storming of the Green Zone by angry protesters http://skypressiq.net/15845--.html
  5. Forthcoming meeting of the Kurdish deputies to take a position to participate in the political process 15:56:15 02/05/2016 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad ,Kurdistan Alliance MP Ahmed Hama revealed that ameeting was convened by the Coalition blocks soon to take a position on their participation in the political process after the recent attack on the number of deputies , including a deputy from the Kurdistan Alliance. He said his flesh in a statement that all members of thecoalition are currently in the Kurdistan region and attend the next meeting to be held on Tuesday of next week whether or not depends on the meeting of the Kurdish blocs. He said that the life of Kurdish MPs threatened and that the Iraqi government could not protect them and the best proof of that storm the protesters parliament building and assault on a number of MPs without security forces took no action against them. Read more:http://www.sotaliraq.com/newsitem.php?id=330003#ixzz47VS2cucu
  6. Forthcoming meeting of the Kurdish deputies to take a position to participate in the political process 15:56:15 02/05/2016 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad ,Kurdistan Alliance MP Ahmed Hama revealed that ameeting was convened by the Coalition blocks soon to take a position on their participation in the political process after the recent attack on the number of deputies , including a deputy from the Kurdistan Alliance. He said his flesh in a statement that all members of thecoalition are currently in the Kurdistan region and attend the next meeting to be held on Tuesday of next week whether or not depends on the meeting of the Kurdish blocs. He said that the life of Kurdish MPs threatened and that the Iraqi government could not protect them and the best proof of that storm the protesters parliament building and assault on a number of MPs without security forces took no action against them. Read more:http://www.sotaliraq.com/newsitem.php?id=330003#ixzz47VS2cucu
  7. If Iraq PM fails to survive chaos, Washington must decide what's next Date May 1, 2016 - 2:59PM 20 reading nowRead later Greg Jaffe inShare submit to redditEmail articlePrint ANALYSIS Hundreds of supporters of Shi'ite Muslim cleric Moqtada al-Sadr storm into Baghdad's Green Zone and set up tents beside parliament after Sadr denounces the failure of politicians to reform a political quota system blamed for rampant corruption. Unaoil: How the West bought Iraq Baghdad state of emergency as protesters storm parliament Washington: US President Barack Obama's plan for fighting Islamic State is predicated on having a credible and effective Iraqi ally on the ground in Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. And in recent days, the administration had been optimistic, despite the growing political unrest in Baghdad, about that critical partnership. US Vice-President Joe Biden steps off a C-17 military transport plane upon his arrival in Baghdad on Thursday. Photo: AP But that optimism was thrown into severe doubt after protesters stormed Iraq's parliament on Saturday and a state of emergency was declared in Baghdad. The big question for White House officials is what happens if Mr Abadi does not survive the turmoil. The chaos in the Iraqi capital comes hours after a visit by US Vice-President Joe Biden that was intended to help calm the political unrest and keep the battle against IS on track. As Mr Biden's plane was approaching Baghdad on Thursday, a senior administration official described his visit - which was shrouded in secrecy prior to his arrival - as a "symbol of how much faith we have in Prime Minister Abadi". Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Baghdad in January. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen After 10 hours on the ground in Baghdad and the Kurdish regional capital of Erbil, Mr Biden was hurtling toward his next stop in Rome. The feeling of the vice-president and his advisers was that Iraqi politics were on a trajectory to greater calm and that the battle against IS would now proceed more effectively. No one is talking that way now. "There's a realisation that the government, as it's currently structured, can't hold," said Doug Ollivant, a former military planner in Baghdad and senior fellow at the New America Foundation. "It's just not clear how the Iraqis get out of this. I just don't see how they will." It is equally unclear how the administration will move forward if Mr Abadi is unable to consolidate his tenuous grip on power. Supporters of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr cross the Republic Bridge over the Tigris River towards Baghdad's heavily guarded Green Zone on Saturday. Photo: AP Mr Obama and his top aides have pointed to battlefield gains against IS as proof that the administration's much-criticised strategy was working. In the last 18 months, Islamic State has lost more than 40 per cent of its territory in Iraq, according to US officials. In a recent interview, Mr Obama said that by the end of the year he expected that the United States and its Iraqi partners will have "created the conditions whereby Mosul" - the largest Iraqi city held by IS - "will eventually fall". Mr Biden's meetings on Thursday with Mr Abadi and other senior Iraqi officials focused primarily on making sure that the political strife in Baghdad was not interfering with military preparations to retake Mosul. Supporters of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr climb over the blast walls outside Baghdad's Green Zone. Photo: AP As he spoke, the vice-president was standing next to Salim al-Jabouri, the Iraqi parliament's speaker. He pointed to Mr Jabouri and noted that they last talked in Mr Biden's office in Washington. "This is an old friend," Mr Biden said. Less than 36 hours later, the protesters were dancing and stomping on top of Mr Jabouri's desk in front of the Iraqi parliament chamber. The Iraqi politician had fled the building. The dramatic turn of events, some analysts said, points to the critical flaw in the Obama administration's approach to the battle against IS, which has prioritized defeating the militant group over the much tougher task of helping Mr Abadi repair Iraq's corrupt and largely ineffective government. Iraqis take pictures after occupying Iraq's parliament building. Photo: AP "The message to the Iraqis has been to focus on the short-term problem that this President would like solved by January," Mr Ollivant said. "The focus is on the symptom and not the root cause of the problem." "We get seized with individual personalities," said Ali Khedery, who served as special assistant to five US ambassadors in Baghdad from 2003 to 2009. "We fall in love with them. I agree that Abadi is generally speaking a good ally of the United States, but there isn't much under his control." Because Iraqi society is so fractured along ethnic and sectarian lines, Mr Khedery said the administration should adopt a more decentralised approach, working directly with individual Sunni, Shiite and Kurdish leaders. "What you have is a society that is deeply polarised between communities and even polarised within those communities," he said. "We need a radical new formula." Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/world/if-iraq-pm-fails-to-survive-chaos-washington-must-decide-whats-next-20160501-goj6ac.html?#ixzz47OlrGUZp Follow us: @theage on Twitter | theageAustralia on Facebook
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    Iran cancels flights to Baghdad

    Iran cancels flights to Baghdad Tehran, May 1, IRNA – Iran cancelled flights to Baghdad on Sunday, a senior Iranian official said. Head of Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization Saeed Ohadi said the decision is due to massive demonstrations in Baghdad on Saturday which inflicted a lot of damage. The official said the current developments certainly caused problems for the flights carrying Iranian pilgrims to Baghdad so the Iranian airlines decided to stop flights to the Iraqi capital. However, he assured the families of the Iranian pilgrims about the safety of their beloved ones in Baghdad. Authorities are trying to solve the problem of some 300 Iranian pilgrims who are left stranded near Baghdad due to some security problems in the city. Ohadi said he was trying to solve the issue http://www.irna.ir/en/News/82057177/?
  9. Iran cancels flights to Baghdad Tehran, May 1, IRNA – Iran cancelled flights to Baghdad on Sunday, a senior Iranian official said. Head of Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization Saeed Ohadi said the decision is due to massive demonstrations in Baghdad on Saturday which inflicted a lot of damage. The official said the current developments certainly caused problems for the flights carrying Iranian pilgrims to Baghdad so the Iranian airlines decided to stop flights to the Iraqi capital. However, he assured the families of the Iranian pilgrims about the safety of their beloved ones in Baghdad. Authorities are trying to solve the problem of some 300 Iranian pilgrims who are left stranded near Baghdad due to some security problems in the city. Ohadi said he was trying to solve the issue http://www.irna.ir/en/News/82057177/?
  10. Moqtada al-Sadr: Iraq’s powerful unpredictable cleric pulling the strings Sadr gained widespread popularity in the months after the 2003 invasion and has repeatedly bowed out of politics over the years only to later return PUBLISHED : Sunday, 01 May, 2016, 5:15pm UPDATED : Sunday, 01 May, 2016, 5:15pm COMMENTS: Agence France-Presse 5SHARE PrintEmail Moqtada al-Sadr is the scion of an influential clerical family who raised a rebellion after the 2003 US invasion of Iraq and has reinvented himself as a reform champion. Sadr gained widespread popularity in the months after the 2003 invasion. His rise, aided by the reputations of two famed relatives – including his father, Grand Ayatollah Mohammed Mohammed Sadiq al-Sadr – killed during Saddam Hussein’s rule, translated into political power. He has repeatedly bowed out of politics over the years only to later return, most recently by calling for protests and sit-ins aimed at pressuring the government to carry out reforms. His intervention revitalised a moribund pro-reform protest movement, and positioned him to wield a level of direct political influence. “Sadr has appeal within the Iraqi Shiite grassroots and he is using that dynamic as leverage to reinvigorate his base and the Sadrists’ political fortunes,” said Ahmed Ali of the Institute of Regional and International Studies at the American University of Iraq. Weeks of protests and inaction by lawmakers boiled over on Saturday, with demonstrators, many of them Sadr supporters, breaking into Baghdad’s fortified Green Zone and storming parliament. While he had previously threatened to have his supporters storm the area before, he did not publicly order them to do so. Sadr has appeal within the Iraqi Shiite grassroots and he is using that dynamic as leverage to reinvigorate his base and the Sadrists’ political fortunes AHMED ALI, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF IRAQ After the invasion that toppled Saddam, Sadr commanded the Mahdi Army militia, which fought fierce battles with American and Iraqi government forces, and he was identified by the Pentagon in 2006 as the biggest threat to stability in Iraq. The Mahdi Army – estimated to have had up to 60,000 members – was once the most active and feared armed Shiite group in the country, and was blamed by Washington for death-squad killings of thousands of Sunnis. But in August 2008, Sadr suspended the activities of the Mahdi Army after major US and Iraqi assaults on its strongholds in Baghdad and southern Iraq. Following the ceasefire, US military commanders said Sadr’s action had been instrumental in helping bring about a significant decrease in the levels of violence across Iraq. He nonetheless continued his vocal opposition to the US military presence in the country. Sadr repeatedly called for a total US pull-out and threatened attacks if it was not carried out, as Washington and Baghdad held negotiations on a possible post-2011 US training mission that was ultimately not approved. He left the country at the end of 2006 or the beginning of 2007, according to US and Iraqi officials, and reportedly pursued religious studies in the Iranian holy city of Qom. Sadr returned in early 2011, and then shuttled between Qom and Najaf, his base south of Baghdad. But he showed he could still pull powerful political strings even during his self-imposed exile. After throwing his weight behind Shiite politician Nouri al-Maliki in 2006, ensuring he became prime minister, Sadr then ordered his followers to pull out of the ­premier’s cabinet the next year, almost bringing down the Maliki government. The Sadrists were widely seen as kingmakers after the inconclusive polls that eventually saw Maliki gain a second term as premier. But Sadr was a sharp critic of Maliki in subsequent years, calling on him to resign and terming him a “dictator” hungry for acclaim. Sadr’s bloc contested the 2010 legislative election in an alliance with the Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council, another Shiite group with links to Iran. The Sadrists were widely seen as kingmakers after the inconclusive polls that eventually saw Maliki gain a second term as premier. But Sadr was a sharp critic of Maliki in subsequent years, calling on him to resign and terming him a “dictator” hungry for acclaim. Sadr later increasingly turned his attention to religious studies, and announced in 2014 that he was withdrawing from politics. He still made periodic statements on politics and also renewed his militia in 2014, tasking it with defending Iraqi religious sites after the Islamic State jihadist group overran large areas north and west of Baghdad. And as the driving force behind recent demonstrations in Baghdad, Sadr has once again translated his ability to rally thousands of devoted supporters into political influence. http://www.scmp.com/news/world/middle-east/article/1940324/moqtada-al-sadr-iraqs-powerful-unpredictable-cleric-pulling?
  11. "" style="padding: 0px; margin: 0px auto; border: 0px; vertical-align: bottom;"> International Business Times UK News World Business Politics Technology Science Sport Entertainment Opinion Lifestyle Video Subscribe to newsletter Search Politics Iraq Baghdad Iraqi PM orders arrest of Shi'ite protesters occupying Tahrir Square after storming parliament By William Watkinson May 1, 2016 10:42 BST Followers of Iraq's Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr hold a sit-in at Grand Festivities Square in Baghdad, in Iraq April 30, 2016.REUTERS/Wissm al-Okili Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has ordered the arrest of hundreds of Shi'ite Muslim protesters who stormed parliament in Baghdad. Hundreds of activists aligned with powerful Shia Muslim cleric Muqtada al-Sadr camped out overnight on the streets of Baghdad after storming parliament. A State of Emergency has been declared by the Iraqi government after the demonstrators scaled Green Zone walls and took over the House of Representatives. The PM said those who attacked police in the capital "and inflicted damage on public facilities" should be held by the police. On Tahrir Square, crowds were seen occupying lawns in makeshift tents Sunday 1 May. The protesters are frustrated with delays in approving a new non-partisan government and the continuation of, what they believe, is a political system that encourages corruption. More from IBTimes UK Gaziantep blast: One dead and 13 injured after explosion rocks south-east Turkey Isis claims responsibility for Hindu man's killing in Bangladesh High school teacher suspended for screening 'torture porn' film Human Centipede 2 for students Earlier this week, hundreds of thousands of people protested at the Green Zone walls as the government failed to ratify the al-Abadi-proposed cabinet reshuffle. But on Saturday 30 April, large sections of the wall were destroyed as hundreds ignored pleas to stay in designated protest areas. As people breached the wall, tear gas was fired by government troops and the UN said Western diplomats based inside the Green Zone were trapped inside. Reports from the Iraqi capital saidSWAT teams and presidential guard forces trying to keep the protesters from crossing a bridge close to the US embassy. Shia cleric Muqtada Sadr, who has been supporting the reforms, has represented himself as the voice of the people by demanding an end to corruption in Iraq – but holds no political office. Powerful parties within parliament have refused to approve the landmark change, which would see technocrats taking over government positions. This latest demonstration was triggered by MPs failing to convene in sufficient numbers for a vote on the new cabinet. Abadi, who came to power in 2014 on a remit to stamp out corruption and ease tensions with the Sunni Muslim minority, has called on demonstrators to leave the Green Zone and return to designated protest areas outside the four-mile perimeter. The Iraqi government has candidates with a mix of party and religious loyalties and the country ranks 161st of 168 on Transparency International's corruption perceptions index. "Either corrupt (officials) and quotas remain or the entire government will be brought down and no one will be exempted," Sadr said according to the BBC. As the protesters took over the parliament stones were thrown at cars thought to be carrying ministers. Supporters of Shi'ite cleric Moqtada Al - Sadr stormed parliamentReuters The Saraya al-Salam militia, Sadr's private army, is said to be keeping peace in the square. The force was formed in June 2014 by Sadr in response to the Islamic State's (Isis) territorial gains in Iraq. The 42-year-old is a controversial figure in the country, with al-Salam blamed for the torture and killing of thousands of Sunnis in the sectarian carnage of 2006 and 2007 whilst Sadr was in exile in Iran. The Najaf-born Sadr has also been subject to an arrest warrant for the murder of a rival cleric. http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/iraqi-pm-orders-arrest-shiite-protesters-occupying-tahrir-square-after-storming-parliament-1557672?
  12. Rate of Arab and foreign currencies in Iraqi dinars on Sunday Department: Business & FinanceViews: 718Published on: Today, 08:50 Print story Send to Friend font size BAGHDAD / Sky Press: Mary finest US dollar US $ 1 = 1,107.1000 Iraqi dinars 1 Iraqi dinars = US $ 0.0009 the paper price of $ 100 = 129.200 category euro 1 euro = Iraqi dinars 1,267.2979 IQD 1 = 0.0008 euros Sterling pound £ 1 = 1,617.4724 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 0.0006 pounds Canadian Dollar 1 CAD = 881.9757 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0011 Canadian dollars Australian Dollar 1 AUD = 842.1573 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0012 Australian dollars Online Japanese 1 Japanese Yen = 10.4095 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0961 Japanese yen Egyptian Pound 1 Egyptian Pound = 124.5934 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0080 Egyptian pounds Saudi riyal 1 SAR = 295.1558 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0034 SAR UAE dirham 1 AED = 301.4198 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0033 AED Sudanese Pound 1 SDG = 181.5186 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0055 Sudanese pounds Algerian dinar 1 DA = 10.1443 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0986 DA Bahraini Dinar 1 BD = 2,935.3590 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 0.0003 BD Jordanian Dinar JD 1 = 1,563.1486 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 0.0006 JD Kuwaiti dinar 1 KD = 3,669.7826 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 0.0003 Kuwaiti dinars Lebanese Pound 1 LP = 0.7325 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 1.3652 LP Shekel NIS 1 = 296.1388 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0034 NIS Libyan dinar 1 LD = 829.3195 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0012 LD Moroccan dirham MAD 1 = 115.3115 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0087 Moroccan dirhams Mauritanian ounce 1 UM = 3.1632 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 0.3161 UM Syrian Lira 1 SYP = 5.0355 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 0.1986 LS Somali shilling 1 Somali Shilling = 1.8301 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 0.5464 Somali Shilling Omani Rial RO 1 = 2,875.2932 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 0.0003 RO Qatari Riyal QR 1 = 304.1275 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0033 QR Tunisian Dinar 1 TND = 552.3486 dinars IQD 1 = 0.0018 Tunisian dinars Yemeni riyal 1 YR = 4.4303 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 0.2257 YR Djiboutian franc 1 Djibouti francs = 6.2254 Iraqi dinars IQD 1 = 0.1606 Djibouti francs http://skypressiq.net/15765--.html
  13. Maliki announce its position on the protesters to storm the parliament and warns of a "significant risk" : Political landscape sectionViews: 1356Published on: Today, 11:05 Print story Send to Friend font size BAGHDAD / Hassan Shammari: Launched secretary general of the Islamic Dawa Party Nuri al-Maliki on Sunday, a scathing attack on the protesters, describing their entry into the parliament building to "the occupation", and as pointed out that the reshuffle partial been amid death threats by the protesters, warned of a "significant risk" political and security . Maliki said in a statement received "Sky Press," "The security and political situation severe turmoil portends a great danger, and in this atmosphere can not be for the House to produce a ministerial change completely or partially legally valid, amid threats and occupation of the House of Representatives and enter the Green Zone and ministries It disrupted the political life and the work of state and ministries, "adding that" what was accompanied by the House of Representatives hearings and votes of appeals and suspicions and problematic and not achieve a quorum sessions, are problematic can not pass it may not be recognized as a result her and the security situation of the results and changes. " "The reshuffle partial been amid death threats by the protesters for all those who do not vote if otherwise conviction," adding that "the changes that took place did not come with ministers better than the former, but that some of the nominations accounted for a decrease in the required level due to lack of proper selection and dictations ". Maliki and called for "the application of reform away from the turbulent atmosphere, in order to end all these serious circumstances and the integrity of the political process, urging everyone to" go hard and constructive cooperation to solve the security problem and restore the prestige of the state and all the legislative, executive and judicial powers and address the legal and constitutional violations. " "After that guarantee internal stability, heading for all of us, and in an atmosphere appropriate to make the change and achieve real reforms touches reality away from the formal and the atmosphere of propaganda and media competition." The protesters stormed the Sadrist movement, today, the House of Representatives building in the green dotted Baghdad to protest the lifting of its meeting until next week without a vote on the complete cabinet reshuffle, while some of them assaulted on a number of MPs. The face of the commander of the armed forces and the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Sunday, the Interior Ministry to pursue the attackers on the security forces and members of the House of Representatives and who vandalized public property. It was al-Sadr, decided on Saturday to resort to "i'tikaaf" for two months, a rejection of the return of "corruption and the corrupt," as he emphasized that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi subjected to "heavy pressure" by wishing quota system. And it instructed the Baghdad Operations Command, the day of all forces and security pieces abolition of public holidays and join the military their units, as announced on the state of alarm "c" for all the security elements, as well as the closure of all roads leading to the Green Zone in central Baghdad, stressing that the declaration warning came after the storming of the Green Zone by angry demonstrators. http://skypressiq.net/15778-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%83%D9%8A%20%D9%8A%D8%B9%D9%84%D9%86%20%D9%85%D9%88%D9%82%D9%81%D9%87%20%D8%A8%D8%B4%D8%A3%D9%86%20%D8%A7%D9%82%D8%AA%D8%AD%D8%A7%D9%85%20%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%AA%D8%B8%D8%A7%D9%87%D8%B1%D9%8A%D9%86%20%D9%84%D9%84%D8%A8%D8%B1%D9%84%D9%85%D8%A7%D9%86%20%D9%88%D9%8A%D8%AD%D8%B0%D8%B1%20%D9%85%D9%86%20%D8%AE%D8%B7%D8%B1%20%D9%83%D8%A8%D9%8A%D8%B1.html
  14. Sunday 01 May 2016 - 11:40 Video: Vice President of the Iraqi parliament subjected to punches from protesters Watch the video at the following link: Https://goo.gl/vB5nuq http://www.non14.net/71412/
  15. After intensive contacts .. Jubouri decides to attend a meeting of the three presidencies : Political landscape sectionViews: 377Published on: Today, 12:10 Print story Send to Friend font size BAGHDAD / Sky Press: Areej al-Taie He decided to House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, Sunday, to attend the three presidencies meeting scheduled for today. Information Office of the Jabouri said in a statement received "Sky Press," that "after intensive contacts by the President and the Prime Minister and the belief in the size of the responsibility that rests with the Chairman of the House of Representatives in containing the crisis and achieve the demands of the demonstrators at full speed, Jubouri decided to attend the three presidencies Meeting" . He was President Fuad Masum, called on Saturday evening, the three presidencies and political leaders for an urgent meeting to be held on Sunday, a brief summary of the first of May 2016 to discuss the storming of the demonstrators parliament building, conducting the reshuffle "desired" and ways to implement "urgent" reforms prescribed. And broke into hundreds of demonstrators, the Green Zone after the speech the face of the current leader of Sadr Muqtada al-Sadr Ejerhm either quotas or the survival of toppling the government and the failure of the parliament to hold its meeting to discuss the cabinet reshuffles. http://skypressiq.net/15787--.html
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