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      Iraq emerges from Chapter VII of the United Nations   12/09/2017

        Rmc10 Senior Member All Measures Imposed under Iraq Oil-for-Food Programme Implemented in Full, Security Council Concludes, Unanimously Adopting Resolution 1958 (2017) REPORT from UN Security Council Published on 08 Dec 2017 —View Original SC/13109 SECURITY COUNCIL
      8126TH MEETING (AM) The Security Council concluded today that all the measures imposed in its resolutions 1958 (2010) and 2335 (2016) pursuant to Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations in relation to the Iraq oil-for-food programme had been fully implemented. Unanimously adopting resolution 2390 (2017), the Council welcomed the fact that the remaining funds in the escrow accounts established pursuant to resolution 1958 (2010) had been transferred to the Government of Iraq pursuant to resolution 2335 (2016). The Council acknowledged the Secretary-General’s final report on the matter (document S/2017/820), which stated, among other things, that the remaining $14,283,565 in the administrative escrow account had been transferred to Iraq. Following the adoption, Amy Noel Tachco (United States) applauded Iraq’s complete implementation of measures under the oil-for-food programme, although the country still faced many challenges. She looked forward to close cooperation internationally and bilaterally in support of Iraq as a federal, democratic and prosperous country. The meeting started at 9:45 a.m. and ended at 9:48 a.m. Resolution The full text of resolution 2390 (2017) reads as follows: “The Security Council, “Recalling its resolutions 1958 (2010) and 2335 (2016), “Acknowledging receipt of the final report of the Secretary-General pursuant to paragraph 4 of Security Council resolution 2335 (2016), S/2017/820, “1. Welcomes the implementing arrangements entered into by the Secretary-General and the Government of Iraq as requested in paragraph 7 of Security Council resolution 1958 (2010); “2. Also welcomes that the remaining funds in the escrow accounts established pursuant to paragraphs 3–5 of Security Council resolution 1958 (2010) have been transferred to the Government of Iraq pursuant to Security Council resolution 2335 (2016); “3. Concludes that all the measures imposed by the Security Council in resolutions 1958 (2010) and 2335 (2016) pursuant to Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations have been fully implemented by the parties.” For information media. Not an official record.     DV LINK
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Forming “National Salvation Government” not possible now, says Nijaifi

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Forming “National Salvation Government” not possible now, says Nijaifi

 

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Baghdad (AIN) -The Speaker, Osama al-Nijaifi, emphasized “Forming a National Salvation Government is not possible at the current time until the current government resigns.”

During the press conference held at the parliament on Thursday, he said “The constitution does not permit forming a national salvation government unless the current government submits its resignation.”

“The current government will not resign because the remaining time of its term is very short,” he added.

“We need a national agreement and to nominate the security ministers and to have a transparent revelation of what is going on in the country,” he concluded. /End/

 

 

http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=38373:urgentforming-national-salvation-government-not-possible-now-says-nijaifi-&catid=35:political&Itemid=2

 

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Translation: Maliki & the State of Law party are still screwing things up, and until we can get them out of office we really can't progress as needed. We might have to wait for the next election cycle...(LOL).  I think that's the state of affairs......RON   :tiphat: 



Thanks for the article Woody...!  :twothumbs:



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This tells us again Maliki is holding on to a prayer, and it ain't good for us.   Still no security ministers.  Where does he get all his nerve.  Oh yeah, that's right, he steals money from the oil to pay for his people to cause havoc on the country.  There is just no getting rid of evil.

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the last article I read stated elections will be "in the first half of next year" 2014.

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Mutlaq demanded the formation of an interim government and exonerate al-Maliki the responsibility of "all" failures
THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2013 12:56 Send to a Friend  Print  PDF
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Twilight News / student leader of the Iraqi List, Hamid al-Mutlaq, on Thursday, the formation of an interim government instead of the current government "to overcome the" failures of the stage, and with renewed the call for an end to "besiege" the people of areas Tarmiyah and Abu Ghraib and Taji, pointed out that the Prime Minister does not bear alone responsibility.

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Mutlaq said in a press conference held in the House of Representatives, attended the "Twilight News", that "the besieged residents of areas Tarmiyah and Abu Ghraib and Taji does not allow us to know the conditions of its residents as the information that we have is exposed those areas to the circumstances of a crippling blockade cut off roads, water, electricity and tighten screws on the entrances. "

He added, "We have failed and we معترفون بفشلنا and mistakes, and under these circumstances we form a transitional government instead of the   current government to address the failures of the stage. "

He continued that "the prime minister does not bear sole responsibility although he bears the greatest responsibility, but we all blocks, politicians and parties that take full responsibilities in those failures; due to our behavior by rivalries and disagreements and personal and partisan interests at the expense of the national interest."

He pointed out that "we passed 11 years and we are losing lives and resources and retreat to the back and our young graduates are unemployed and hungry people."

Mutlaq stressed "the need to hold negligent and responsible for the escaped prisoners and security breaches, rather than accounting residents and civilians."

The deterioration of security witnessed in the past few days, especially as it relates to بهرب many prisoners from the prisons of Abu Ghraib and Taji in Baghdad, in an orderly process, triggering a wave of criticism on the work of the security services and government officials, did not hide some demanding the government to resign and hold early elections.

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http://www.shafaaq.com/sh2/index.php/news/iraq-news/61340--qq-.html

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