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Goggles

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  1. Parliament has postponed the country from moving forward IMHO. The Council of Ministers voted on a bunch of things the other day. I say they take those important laws to be voted on in parliament and sent em over to the Council of Ministers. But I bet they'd get them done! I hate politics and this probably can't be done, but it felt good to just say it.
  2. I wonder what would happen if suddenly no one wanted to buy their foolish dinar. Can't really have an auction if no one shows up. Is that a suitable environment?
  3. Thank you to the 120 that showed up. I can only hope that the deputies with terrible attendance will be canned. It’s how it works in the real world. That’s going to show up on a resume with Integrity. Good luck with that.
  4. The Recovery Of The Iraqi Dinar !

    1 JOD =1,671.37IQD Jordanian Dinar 1 JOD = 1,671.37 IQD ↔ Iraqi Dinar 1 IQD = 0.000598312 JOD 2018-04-16 12:38 UTC
  5. Wow. Iraq is fortunate to have these experts so kindly bring forth foreseen conflict in this law... and it gives several hints on how to remedy and make it flow smoothly. It ALSO mentions....... So how can the National Oil Company even be a thing without the LONG-AWAITED "OIL AND GAS LAW!" !!!!!!!!
  6. I can only hope they would bump this to the top of the list of the laws to read on Tuesday. Maybe they can get a quorum with the threat of legal action on those members of parliament that don't show up for their duties.
  7. Cuba prepares to end dual currency system

    It's currently at around 26 cuban notes = 1 US dollar... https://www.xe.com/currencyconverter/convert/?Amount=1&From=CUP&To=USD
  8. Question about the VND

    At the rate that Iraq is going with the RV of the dinar, I sometimes wonder if The Vietnamese dong may beat them to the finish line on a RV. Just trying to be realistic. I think it might be a good idea to grab some more of this.
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