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  2. The Council of Ministers votes on a set of resolutions in its ordinary session today Number of readings: 3174 20-06-2018 06:47 PM 20-06-2018 06:47 PM A statement issued by the Information Office of the Council of Ministers said Wednesday that it held its regular session under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi. The Council of Ministers referred to the amendment of the Council of Ministers Decision No. 335 of 2017 regarding the definition of airports allowed to enter imported gold, fees, inspection fees, import licenses and customs fees to be presented to the Council of Ministers in future sessions. The Council also voted on the exclusion of water directorates of the provinces of the instructions to implement government contracts No. 2 of 2014. He added that 'the study of the transfer of the Central Agency for Standardization and Quality Control of central funding to the self was examined, indicating that the session witnessed the vote on the draft instructions to facilitate the implementation of the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime No. 72 of 2017'. He pointed out that the Council voted on the instructions to form a committee to exempt the housing housing for those covered by the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime No. 72 of 2017 and mechanisms of its work. He pointed out that the position of water in the southern governorates has been clarified according to the Order No. 133 of 2017, pointing out that the approval of the exception of water directorates of the provinces has been approved from the instructions of implementing the government contracts No. 2 of 2014 and the instructions of implementation of the federal budget for the fiscal year 2018 for the purpose of expediting the implementation of the statements of prolongation For the purpose of carrying out such statements from the directorates above. "The Cabinet also voted to grant allowances to the staff of the rapid intervention squad," the statement said.
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  4. Abadi calls for arrest warrants for election fans: government action depends on situation Twilight News 3 hours ago News / Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, called on the Iraqi judiciary to issue arrest warrants against the falsifiers of the recent legislative elections. Abadi told a news conference after a meeting of the cabinet that his government is continuing its work even after the end of the work of the House of Representatives unless the judiciary ratified the election results. The legislative session of the Iraqi parliament ends at the end of this month. Abadi touched on the call for a meeting of the political blocs winning the election, saying it was a project to lay the foundations of a political agreement to build the state program. He also called on the political blocs to respect the constitutional contexts on resolving the issue of elections, and the judiciary to prosecute the fraudsters and the issuance of arrest warrants. Abadi talked about the security and military situation in the country, and pointed out that there are attempts to describe the terrorist threat to infiltrate the Iraqi border. Abadi said earlier that the committee appointed by the Council of Ministers revealed cases of fraud in some polling stations during the elections, holding the Electoral Commission responsible. The Iraqi parliament voted during an extraordinary session to re-count the results of the elections manually on the background of the growing reports of violations and fraud accompanied the electoral process that took place in Iraq on May 12 last. Sadr's coalition won 54 seats, out of 329 seats in the parliament, while Al-Nasr bloc led by Abbadi came in third with a total of 42 seats. Keywords:
  5. Iraq grants allocations to a security force and makes a decision on the entry of gold Twilight News 3 hours ago The Cabinet held its regular session Wednesday under the chairmanship of Haider al-Abadi. The Council instructed the Economic Affairs Committee to amend the Council of Ministers' Resolution No. 335 of 2017 regarding the definition of airports allowed to enter imported gold, fees, inspection fees, import licenses and customs fees for submission to the Council of Ministers in future sessions. The issue of transforming the Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control from central to self-financing was examined. The vote on the draft instructions to facilitate the implementation of the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime No. 72 of 2017 was voted on the instructions for the formation of the Committee for the exemption of housing for those covered by the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime No. 72 of the year 2017 and its working mechanisms. The position of water in the southern governorates was stated according to the Order No. 133 of 2017. The Council voted to approve the exclusion of water directorates of the provinces of the instructions to implement government contracts No. 2 of 2014 and instructions for the implementation of the federal budget for the fiscal year 2018 for the purpose of expediting the implementation of the lists for the prolongation of the station station nurses for the purpose of implementing those statements Secretariat of the directorates above. The Cabinet also voted to grant allocations to the Rapid Intervention Team. Keywords:
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  7. URGENT Cabinet considers airport to allow entry of imported gold Date of release: 2018/6/20 18:17 • 154 times read
  8. A political analyst ruled out the Federal Court's announcement tomorrow will have decisive results on appeals Release date: • 2018/6/20 21:28 • 85 times read (Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Political analyst Adnan Al-Sarraj, the announcement of the Federal Court on Thursday, ruled out "decisive results" on appeals for the third amendment to the electoral law. "The Iraqi street is beginning to worry about the distance between the political blocs," he said, adding that "Iraq today needs the political will of Iraq to take a decisive position to form a power." "We do not deny the existence of regional and international will to preserve the interests of the public, but everyone to agree on one will for the benefit of the nation, the repercussions of today for the elections and re-counting and sorting and appeals and the like is a serious point in the political process." "The imposition of wills took a legal side by holding hearings and submitting appeals to the Federal Court," he said, adding that "the Federal Court will take tomorrow the middle solutions to end the crisis, and a good start; but will not reach decisive results, "The rule of law has confirmed that it will join the largest bloc," he said, adding that "the Kurds will have no influence in the formation of the largest bloc, but they will be with them, they can not form a pressure To change the features of the formation of the largest bloc. " On Thursday, the Federal Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a hearing on the appeals filed by President Fuad Masum, the Council of Commissioners and the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP). It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives voted in its extraordinary session held on June 6, on the proposed amendment to the Third Law of the elections of the House of Representatives No. 45 of 2013 "with the aim of achieving transparency in the results of the elections and maintain the democratic system of Iraq and protect the electoral process to ensure confidence in the integrity of the elections and fairness and The lack of validity of the acceleration of electronic results and caused by the lack of real results and for the manual counting and sorting across Iraq. "
  9. Iraq excludes ExxonMobil oil from a giant project History of edits:: 2018/6/20 19:34 • 501 times readable Iraq has ended talks with Exxon Mobil Corp. because the major oil company is building a giant water treatment plant, a vital project for the OPEC member to increase its capacity to produce crude, the director general of the Basra Oil Company said on Wednesday. . Ihsan Ismail told reporters on the sidelines of the OPEC forum in Vienna that instead, the Basra Oil Company will grant the "Joint Sea Water Project" through a tender process is expected to be completed by the end of July. He said the company had already selected a short list of three companies for the contract from a preliminary list of seven companies. Ismail declined to give a figure for the cost of the project or the names of the companies that were placed in the short list. He said the project would be able to handle five million barrels per day of seawater, with the potential to increase to 7.35 million bpd. The Basra oil company is still in discussions with Exxon on other projects in the south of the country, including the development of the fields of the River Ben Omar and Artawi oil.
  10. Why does he allow Maliki to roam free?
  11. A leader in the stream expects a compromise from the Federal Court tomorrow in the election appeals Revision date: 2018/6/20 20:31 • 181 times read [ IN -Baghdad] The leader of the current national wisdom Saleh al-Arabawi, on Wednesday, a compromise by the Federal Court tomorrow in the appeals for the Third Amendment Law to the election law. "In an early reading of the court's decision tomorrow, it will go to a compromise that does not concern the winners and does not discourage the opponents, such as the partial cancellation of the results and some other results," Al-Arabawi said in a tweet at his own account on Twitter. He added that it will "rule unconstitutional law for several reasons the most important [open meeting, extraordinary session, financial pleadings, prejudice to the principle of separation of powers ..]." It is noteworthy that the Federal Court set on Thursday, a date to consider the appeals submitted by the President of the Republic and the Electoral Commission and the Kurdistan Democratic Party on the third amendment to the law of the House of Representatives passed by the Iraqi parliament on the sixth of June.
  12. Abadi calls on the judiciary to prosecute the fraudsters and issue arrest warrants against them Release date: 2018/6/20 17:31 • 413 times read
  13. Cabinet issues decisions to facilitate the seizure of property and funds of the pillars of the former regime [expanded] Date of release: 2018/6/20 18:24 • 306 times read [Ayn-Baghdad] The Council of Ministers voted in its meeting on Wednesday, headed by Haider al-Abbadi, the President of the Council on the important decisions, including the formation of a committee to exclude the residential role of those covered by the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property to the former regime. "The Council of Ministers directed that the Council of Ministers review the amendment of the Council of Ministers' Resolution No. 335 of 2017 regarding the definition of airports allowed to enter imported gold, fees, inspection fees, import licenses and customs fees to be submitted to Council of Ministers in future sessions ". He added that "the issue of transforming the Central Agency for Standardization and Quality Control from central funding to self-examination was discussed on the draft instructions to facilitate the implementation of the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime No. 72 of 2017." "He also voted on the instructions to form a committee to exempt the housing housing for those covered by the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime No. 72 of 2017 and mechanisms of work. He added that "the position of water in the southern governorates has been clarified according to the Order No. 133 of 2017, as the Council voted to approve the exception of water directorates of the provinces of the instructions for the implementation of government contracts No. 2 of 2014 and instructions for the implementation of the federal budget for the fiscal year 2018 for the purpose of expediting the implementation of the lists for the prolongation of mattresses Stations for the purpose of the implementation of such statements are safe from the directorates above. He pointed out that "the Council of Ministers also voted to grant allocations to the staff of the Rapid Intervention Division."
  14. Abadi calls on political blocs to respect the constitutional contexts on the resolution of the elections Editor Ali Jassem - Wednesday 20 June Alsumaria News / Baghdad called on Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi , Wednesday, the political blocs to "respect" the constitutional contexts on resolving the issue of the parliamentary elections, while the judicial organs demanded the prosecution of counterfeiters elections and the issuance of arrest warrants against them. "We call on the political blocs to hold a meeting to agree on the program of state administration and not just the government in the coming period," Abadi said in his weekly press conference, and attended by Alsumaria News. Abadi called on the political blocs to "respect the constitutional contexts on resolving the issue of elections," and called on the judiciary to "pursue the fraudsters of the elections and issue arrest warrants against them." The Prime Minister said that "the government will continue its work even after the end of the life of the House of Representatives unless the Federal Court approved the election results." On June 14, 2018, the leaders of the political blocs convened a high-level meeting after the Eid al-Fitr holiday to discuss the formation of the next government. The call was supported by a number of politicians and heads of blocs. On Tuesday (June 19, 2018), the Federal Court set a date for the appeal of PresidentFuad Masoum and the Board of Commissioners to amend the election law.
  15. Abadi: There are desperate attempts by terrorists to penetrate Iraq's borders Editor Ali Jassem - Wednesday 20 June Alsumaria News / Baghdad , said Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi , Wednesday, that "terrorists" carrying out attempts to "desperate" to enter Iraq , while noting the lack of coordination with the Turkish government on military operations on the border. "There are desperate attempts by terrorists to penetrate the Iraqi border to carry out terrorist acts," Abadi said at his weekly press conference, which was attended by Alsumaria News. "The terrorists are in desert areas and our security forces are proactively pursuing them." Abadi added that "there is no coordination between Baghdad and Ankara on the operations on the border." As for what happened on Palestine Street today, Abadi said that "the elements who exceeded the police today were handed over to the judiciary and transferred to the judiciary and are now in the process of investigation." A security source in Baghdad said Wednesday that the security forces were searching for five cars carrying gunmen in the area of Palestine Street east of the capital. A security source revealed on Wednesday details of what happened in the area of Palestine Street east of Baghdad, explaining that "civilian cars without traffic signs and carrying gunmen inside, have passed security control in one of the areas east of Baghdad, when the control elements tried to stop," noting that "individuals "They opened fire on these vehicles, whose members returned to the security forces, killing one security guard and wounding two others."
  16. The Council of Ministers votes to grant allocations to the staff of the Rapid Intervention Division Editor Ali Jassim - Wednesday 20 June Alsumaria News / Baghdad The Cabinet voted on Wednesday to grant allocations to the staff of the Rapid Intervention Division. "The Cabinet held its regular session under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi on Wednesday," the press office of the prime minister said in a press release. "The water situation in the southern provinces was determined according to the Order No. 133 of 2017." The Bureau added that "the Council voted to approve the exclusion of water directorates of the provinces of the instructions for the implementation of government contracts No. 2 of 2014 and instructions for the implementation of the federal budget for the fiscal year 2018 for the purpose of expediting the implementation of the lists for the prolongation of the station station nurses for the purpose of implementation of these statements Secretariat of the directorates above. The office continued, "The Council of Ministers voted to grant allocations to the staff of the Rapid Intervention Division." It is noteworthy that the Council of Ministers held, on Tuesday of each week, a session to discuss the draft laws and developments at various levels of political, economic and social.
  17. Iraqi government votes to facilitate the implementation of the law of seizure and confiscation of funds belonging to the former regime - 6/20/2018 6:28:00 AM127 Number of readings Khandan - The Iraqi Council of Ministers voted on a draft of the instructions to facilitate the implementation of the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime. The Council of Ministers held its regular session on Wednesday 20 June 2018 under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Haider Abadi. "The session witnessed the vote on the draft instructions to facilitate the implementation of the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and immovable property belonging to the pillars of the former regime No. 72 of 2017. The vote was also on the instructions to form a committee to exempt the housing for those covered by the law of seizure and confiscation of movable and non- Transferred to the pillars of the former regime No. 72 of 2017 and its working mechanisms. On the other hand, the Council of Ministers directed that the Council of Ministers study the amendment of the Council of Ministers Resolution No. 335 of 2017 in terms of determining the airports allowed to enter imported gold, fees, inspection fees, import licenses and customs fees to be presented to the Council of Ministers in future sessions. The issue of transforming the Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control from central to self-financing was examined. The position of water in the southern governorates was stated according to the Order No. 133 of 2017. The Council voted to approve the exclusion of water directorates of the provinces of the instructions to implement government contracts No. 2 of 2014 and instructions for the implementation of the federal budget for the fiscal year 2018 for the purpose of expediting the implementation of the lists for the prolongation of the station station nurses for the purpose of implementing those statements Secretariat of the directorates above. The Cabinet also voted to grant allocations to the Rapid Intervention Team.
  18. The stock market falls in the first session after the holiday of Eid al-Fitr Iraq Stock Exchange Market Economy News Baghdad On Wednesday, the Stock Exchange recorded a decline of 0.69% at 588.1 points in its first session after the Eid holiday. The performance of the index fell 5 stocks, provided by the shares of Al-Mansour Bank 6.98%, followed by National Bank shares by 2.44%. On the other hand, 4 shares advanced, followed by chemical and plastic shares by 1.30%, followed by Karkh Games by 0.39%. The volume of trading today amounted to 742 million shares, worth KD 369 million. While the number of shares sold by foreign investors 242 million shares worth 139 million dinars with the implementation of 62 deals on the shares of two companies. The shares of Bank of Baghdad trading volume and value, trading 268 million shares, worth 118 million dinars. Views 117 Date Added 06/20/2018
  19. The first flight of a Russian airline landed in Baghdad after a 14-year hiatus money and business Economy News Baghdad: A plane belonging to the Russian company "Red Wings" landed in Baghdad on Wednesday, the first flight organized by this company and the first flight of any Russian airline since the cessation of flights between the two capitals in 2004 . According to the flight data posted by the airport and flight tracking sites on the Internet, the Airbus 320 took off from Domodifovo airport at 1.30 pm on Tuesday night and landed at 4.57 this morning in Baghdad . Regular flights between Russia and Iraq stopped in 2004, as negotiations between the Russian and Iraqi authorities were resumed in 2015. In September 2017, Iraqi Airways flew between Baghdad and Moscow, the first in 13 years . The Russian agency overseeing air transport said Monday it had received the green light from Baghdad to start regular flights on a weekly basis between Moscow and Baghdad . Views 598 Date Added 20/06/2018
  20. Iraqi Airways is surprised by the decision of the European Aviation Authority to extend the ban on its aircraft An Iraqi Airways plane money and business Economy News Baghdad: The Iraqi Airways Company expressed its surprise at the decision to extend the European Aviation Authority's ban on its aircraft, and considered that the European Aviation Authority continues to play an unfair role against Iraqi Airways, which carried out more than 60% of its warnings . The director general of the Iraqi Airways Company Engineer Miran Farid said in a press statement received by "Economy News" that the European Aviation Authority apologized since July and July 2017 not to send their inspection teams, which is supposed to visit the banned companies to review the proceedings, Security and criminal gangs . Farid explained that the mechanism of operating the aircraft of Iraqi Airways through a third operator came to break the resolution and work has been ongoing for more than two years and with great success and double profits and the call and registration of Iraq . Pointing out that there are ongoing negotiations to reach the mechanism of inspection of the company by the inspection teams to be sent by the European Aviation Authority to begin lifting the ban in the next report, which will be issued in November this year . Views 275 Date Added 20/06/2018
  21. They can talk all they want but until they get the government directly involved nothing will happen.
  22. Source: Rafidain obtains approvals to renew the deposit of the retirement fund 19:41 Last updated The time now is 07:46 PM 1059 BAGHDAD / A source in the public administration of the Rafidain Bank on Wednesday revealed the receipt of official approvals to renew the deposit of the National Pension Authority. The source said in an interview with "Al-Ghad Press" that "the approval got the renewal of the deposit of the National Pension Authority, amounting to Trilliona and 76 billion, for one year and a benefit of (2.5%)." He added that "the approval also included the addition of interest to the balance of the current body from the date of maturity on 18/6/2018."
  23. Source reveals the most prominent candidates for prime minister confirms: Maliki seeks to arrange the Shiite house 20:34 Last updated The time now is 08:46 PM 2557 Watch 0 BAGHDAD / A source close to the leader of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, said Wednesday that the latter seeks to arrange the Shiite political house to form the next government, while the source revealed the candidates for prime minister. The source said the "Al-Gharab Press," that "Maliki is seeking to have a joint dialogue between all the Shiite blocs will be sponsored to re-form the largest bloc, and then be open to the Sunni blocs and Kurdish government to form the next strong government and not to marginalize anyone to overcome the current political crisis." "No one will be able to put a red line on the candidates of the call or the state of law for the post, whether internal, regional or international," the source said, referring to reports that the Dawa party was excluded from the post of prime minister. The source revealed that "the most prominent names nominated for the post of prime minister for the next government and the most favored characters, is Nuri al-Maliki, Haidar Abadi, Tariq Najm, and Qusay al-Suhail, and Mohammed Shi'a Sudanese." The Vice-President Nuri al-Maliki said that his coalition is working to form a comprehensive alliance of the components of the three countries of the Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds to form the majority, returned any alliance was or is taking place between the conquest and others, which would increase the political scene complex and complex.
  24. Al Mazrouei: Our goal is to balance the global market Posted on: Thursday 21 June Vienna (Federation) HE Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj Faris Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy and Industry, current Chairman of the OPEC Conference, said that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its non-OPEC partners have made a joint effort and cooperation in the oil world over the past 18 months. Of the opportunities to make this relationship and strategic partnership within the institutional framework for the coming years. "Our aim is to balance the global oil market. He said: This conference will be followed by OPEC meetings and meetings of non-OPEC member countries on June 22-23 to review market data and discuss 2018 plans.
  25. GMT 14:36 2018 Wednesday, June 20 : Last Updated Saudi Arabia seeks to ensure there is no shortage of oil supplies a. F. B. VIENNA (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia confirmed on Wednesday it would do "everything necessary" to avoid a shortage of oil supplies, paving the way for a confrontation with its adversary Iran ahead of important talks by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) on easing restrictions on a cut-off deal. "We will do everything in our power to maintain market stability and ensure there is no shortage of oil supplies," Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman told an oil conference in Vienna. "Many oil-consuming countries are concerned" about the potential shortage of supplies, he said, adding that global demand for oil is expected to increase in the coming months. Saudi Arabia, along with Russia, a non-OPEC member, is struggling to get OPEC and allied energy ministers to agree this week to cut output, which has pushed oil prices more than double since 2016. But Riyadh, under pressure from Washington to increase production to help cut oil prices, faces stiff opposition from Tehran, which is under new sanctions following Washington's withdrawal from the nuclear deal. At the same meeting, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh stressed his country's resistance to increasing oil production, accusing US President Donald Trump of trying to politicize OPEC. "The real responsibility for the current rise in oil prices lies with the US president himself," Zengana told the meeting. "You can not get everything." In recent months, Trump has repeatedly blamed Opec for rising oil prices, but he said US sanctions against Iran and Venezuela had raised fears of supply shortages and put pressure on prices. "You can not impose unilateral trade sanctions on OPEC's two founding countries, two of the biggest oil producers, while at the same time expecting no tensions in the world oil market." OPEC is due to discuss possible changes to the deal to cut oil supplies in the Austrian capital on Friday, and 10 non-OPEC countries, including Russia, will join the talks on Saturday. The meeting is expected to loosen a tense political atmosphere, but OPEC Secretary-General Mohamed Barkindo said he was confident a compromise would be reached. "Despite growing political tensions and global trade tensions, we will be able to get out of this stormy atmosphere," he told reporters.
  26. Source reveals the decision of the Federal Court on the elections Twilight News one hour ago Shafaq News / revealed a political source familiar with, on Wednesday, that the session of the Federal Court on Thursday will witness a declaration of revocation of parts of the latest amendment to the election law. The source said the twilight news that "the Federal Court overturns the decisions of Parliament to cancel the votes of the outside and displaced, being unconstitutional," noting that "it is also expected to be maintained the decision of counting and sorting by hand." "This will contribute to a settlement of all parties, whether winning or losing," the source added. The Federal Court has set a date Thursday to announce the constitutionality of appeals filed by the President of the Republic and the Independent High Electoral Commission, on the amendments of the Iraqi Council of Representatives on the election law. Keywords:
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