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    CBI News 07/17/2018

    The link above references FATCA in the pdf. About FATCA on CBI website: Fatka About the US Taxation Compliance Act (FATCA) ... Click here to download Tax Compliance Law - Workshop for Foreign Accounts ... Click here to download
  2. Here is another pic of Maliki, but from the arabic side of the website: Nouri al - Maliki .. His presence is a disgrace to Iraq and its role suspicious and criminal Baghdad Post Iraq news Maliki is exploiting the burning scene in southern Iraq to implement his threat to ignite the civil war if not major part of the formation of the next government. We will give you the details in turn ,,,,,,,,,
  3. The Iraqi parliament will pass a number of important laws for the next session (the NEW parliament) July 1, 2018 A member of the Finance Committee of the former parliament Massoud Haider said on Sunday that a number of important laws within the Finance Committee have been deported to the next session of the House of Representatives. The Iraqi parliament has ended its third session after the failure of attempts by deputies and deputies to extend the legislative life until the ratification of the Federal Court on the results of the elections of the House of Representatives, which took place on May 12, 2018 Haider told the news that the most important of these laws is "the Financial Management and Public Debt Law A very important law for the Iraqi state and the Social Security Act to activate the rights of the private sector and the law of the Federation Council and the Civil Service Law. "At the level of the House of Representatives it is necessary to mention the law of oil and gas." "The electoral law must be amended and the Commission must change the electoral system in Iraq in general because the current system is not consistent with the nature of Iraqi society."
  4. Abadi Mahatva Washington: Iraq has priorities and we intend to form a strong government 6/25/2018 Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said on Monday that Iraq intends to form a strong government. The Prime Minister's office received a telephone call from US Vice President Mike Bens, during which the two sides discussed bilateral relations, bilateral relations and the situation in the region, in addition to the political and security situation. "The United States of America is committed to supporting Iraq, which has achieved a great victory over gangs that support terrorism and liberate its territory," he said. "Our country will continue to support Iraq in the construction and reconstruction phase," he said, praising "the efforts of the Iraqi government to return the displaced and preserve the minorities and return them to their areas." Abadi said that "the Iraqi government and our heroic forces continue to pursue the cells and terrorist pockets to eliminate them," adding that "the priorities of Iraq is to maintain the achievements in the field of security and the advancement and economic reform and services and construction and reconstruction and the provision of employment and this is what we are working on now with the importance of forming a strong government Provide services and what the citizen aspires to. "
  5. Thanks blueskyline, A rise in value should be a direct effect of removing 3 zeros, but the CBI governor is saying that is not the case. Somehow the value will not be effected. It could be a restructure as you suggest.
  6. March 2018 This post on DV doesn't sound like there will be much of increase in the value of the dinar: The governor of the Central Bank of Iraq said: "The deletion of zeros not because of the value of the dinar, but for the purpose of tightening and improve the performance of banknotes and reducing the use of the dollar locally in circulation and exchange and storage value and standardize the size of banknotes,"
  7. "One step" separates the stream of wisdom from the opposition "The choice of mass to the opposition is in the absence of a" successful government program. " "Wisdom remains at the center of all the current movement and we are seeing a unified vision with our partners and we aspire to form a strong government with strong forces that go to the opposition," al-Mayahi told twilight news. "We believe that the option of the opposition will be present in some other powers as well if past experiences are cloned," he said. The stream of wisdom had entered the parliamentary elections alone in 2018 after splitting from the Islamic Supreme Council won nearly 19 parliamentary seats according to the results announced by the Independent High Electoral Commission. Less than a week ago, al-Sadr signed an agreement with the National Wisdom Movement led by Ammar al-Hakim, and with the nationalist coalition led by Iyad Allawi, a secularist movement whose list includes Sunni figures. But Sadr decided to hold another alliance with the coalition led by Hadi al-Ameri, without the clear picture of the merger of the two alliances to reach the formation of the largest bloc.
  8. I don't know how long this will last or if it is just a fluke: USD to IQD 1220 dinars /per dollar
  9. Abadi's defines the way out of the election crisis and calls for a meeting on the HIGH LEVEL Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi on Thursday called on leaders of the political blocs to hold a "high-level" meeting after the Eid al-Fitr holiday. "We are facing the challenge of preserving the country, but we are confident of passing through this difficult phase," Abadi said in a televised address. "Despite the election violations, the legal and constitutional methods are the only way to solve the problems and move towards the formation of a new parliament and a government that will emerge from it," he said. Abadi stressed that "not to allow manipulation of citizens' voices and acceptance of fraud." He called on Abadi to hold "responsible meetings to agree on the next program of the state departments in all its institutions, according to the law, and that the program is intended to meet the aspirations of citizens and fight corruption and eliminate it and get rid of quotas." Abadi called for "political blocs to hold a high-level meeting after the Eid holiday, to protect the homeland and ensure the safety of the political process." The alliance of the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, along with the leader of Badr Hadi Amiri, raised several questions about the position of the Sunni and national forces of the coalition, especially that "Sowron and Fatah" form their alliance on a sectarian basis, according to the recipe of politicians. What further complicated the situation was that the most prominent Shiite party opposed to Iran allied itself with the figure closest to Tehran, after earlier describing Amiri's alliance with Abadi before the election - which was quickly dismissed - as "abhorrent and sectarian strife." The leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, announced Tuesday, the alliance between my list "Ssron" supported by the "conquest" led by Hadi Amiri, backed by Iran to form the largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament.
  10. Abadi's to form a committee on the "disruption" of the electoral process: We will not allow the introduction of Iraq by unknown The Iraqi cabinet decided on Tuesday to form a committee to receive complaints about the perpetrators of the disruption of the electoral process. "The Council of Ministers decided to form a committee to receive complaints from citizens about anyone who caused the disruption of the electoral process," Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said at the weekly conference. He added that "the initial report to investigate the burning of warehouses Rusafa indicates that it is deliberate." Abadi said, "There is a systematic work to introduce the country to the unknown," noting that "the government will not allow it," he said. Last Sunday, fire broke out in warehouses used by the Iraqi Electoral Commission in Baghdad to keep ballot boxes in the last legislative elections. The Electoral Commission has announced that the fire that hit the warehouses of ballot boxes will not indicate the results of the voting process. The statement said that the fire "included all the hardware acceleration of the results and electronic verification devices of the Office of the elections in Rusafa, and the investigation is underway through the security services to detect the circumstances of the incident." "The fire does not affect the results of the elections," he said. "The results of the elections are backed up by the National Office and the Rusafa Election Office, as well as ballot papers in the boxes."
  11. Abadi's rejects the re-election and calls for the formation of a new government (Reuters) - Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Tuesday rejected his government's refusal to re-run parliamentary elections in Iraq. "There is no turning back and the elections have taken place and a new government must be formed," Abadi told a weekly conference after his cabinet meeting with ministers. "The cancellation of the elections needs a court order," he said, adding that "it is not up to the government and the parliament to cancel the election results."
  12. Source: Federal Court will issue a clarification on the results of the elections June 11, 2018 A political source revealed on Monday the intention of the Federal Court to issue an explanation on the election results and the accompanying burning of ballot boxes. The source said the «Journal News»: "The Federal Court will look at the results of the elections and will be issued in the coming days a decisive decision on them, either be the cancellation of the results and the re-election or re-counting and manual counting in all funds to be burned boxes are canceled." The media office of Prime Minister Haider Abadi, earlier in the day, the lack of eligibility of any institution to cancel the results of the parliamentary elections except the Federal Court
  13. Abadi: Burning the electoral stores represents a plan to strike the country June 10, 2018 Head of the Council of Ministers, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Haidar Abadi orders all the leaders of operations in the provinces to tighten security procedures for the warehouses of the Commission and increase the quotas allocated for protection. Al-Abbadi also said that the specialists in the Directorate of Criminal Evidence and the Civil Defense Directorate to disclose the location of the incident and the investigation and prepare a detailed report of the incident and damage after being checked final . He pointed out that the security forces have the duty to protect the places of funds and storage centers from outside and have nothing to do with storage inside the buildings in order to preserve the independence of our heroic armed forces and non-interference in the electoral process, but to provide security for voters and provide protection for buildings and institutions and electoral centers and storage centers. Abadi stressed the pursuit of terrorist gangs and those who are trying to tamper with security, elections and investigations are continuing to know the circumstances of the incident. The burning of the electoral stores, which coincided with the day that the gangs occupied the terrorist city of Mosul, represents a plan to strike the country and its democratic approach and we will take the necessary measures and strike with an iron fist on both sides. He has the same wish to destabilize the security of the country and its citizens.
  14. Abadi : Federal Court only decides to re-election A spokesman for Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi said on Monday that only the Iraqi Federal Court, and not any other entity, can decide on the re-election of the parliamentary elections. "This is a matter for the Federal Court, not the executive authority or any other body," Saad al-Hadithi said when asked about the prime minister's suspension of the speaker's call for another election. According to Reuters The Electoral Commission in Iraq, announced on Sunday that after the burning of ballot boxes on the side of Rusafa, that any action on the abolition of the elections or not has become in the court of the Federal Court. A member of the Board of Commissioners, Saad Kakaee, said that the fires in the warehouses of the Commission is a terrible crime against the Iraqi voter, and the authorities concerned to take all procedures as soon as possible and investigate this crime, indicating that the causes and consequences of damage from the fire to this moment is unclear. He added that the decision to cancel the elections after the fire is not in the hands of the Board of Commissioners, but in the hands of the Judicial Council and the Federal Court, and the decision is after knowing the size of the fire and the amount of the exhaustion of the votes of voters. The fire broke out in the warehouses of the Iraqi Ministry of Commerce on Sunday afternoon, which contained ballot boxes for the May legislative elections. The Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri called, after the fires that erupted in dozens of ballot boxes, the need to re-election parliamentary elections.

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