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  1. US Ambassador Bids Farewell to Kurdistan Region Posted on 28 May 2012. President Masoud Barzani welcomed US Ambassador James Jeffrey on Sunday for a farewell visit to the Region as he concludes his term in Iraq. Ambassador Jeffrey thanked President Barzani and the Kurdistan Regional Government for their important role during his two year posting in Iraq. “I thank you for your support and cooperation. Under your leadership, Kurdistan has seen a lot of growth and prosperity and it is part of US policy in Iraq to protect this success,” said the outgoing Ambassador, who is scheduled to leave
  2. BAGHDAD (Iba) .. في الوقت الذي اعتبر مراقبون لقاء نائب رئيس الوزراء صالح المطلك مع الفضائية العراقية بداية لنهاية الازمة الخاصة به مع رئيس الوزراء نوري المالكي الذي كان يطالب باقالته ، عاد المطلك ليصف المالكي بالدكتاتور مجددا اتهامه بالتفرد بالسلطة . While observers judged to meet the Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq with Iraqi Satellite beginning of the end of its own crisis with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who was dismissing the claim, he returned to describe al-Mutlaq al-Maliki a dictator once again being accused of exclusivity power. وقال المطلك في تصريحات نشرتها صحيفة الشرق الاو
  3. Baghdad (NINA) – Lawmaker from State of Law Alliance, Hadi al-Yasiri, said that the State of Law Alliance is not bound by any agreement out of the Constitution's frame or the National Alliance. Yasiri told NINA on Saturday, May 19, that the meeting called for by President Jalal Talabani is the only solution for current crisis because it contains all disputed issues between blocs. He added that all side meetings, whether in Erbil or Najaf are singular, since Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki or the State of Law did not attend; such meeting do not reflect public desire, therefore the State of Law
  4. Barazani, Allawi, Nijaifi held Consultation meeting in Erbil preceded Najaf meeting 19:56:00 Erbil (NINA) – President of Kurdistan region, Massoud Barazani, held a consultation meeting on Saturday, May 19, to discuss Iraq's current situation; it was attended by leader of Iraqiya slate, Iyad Allawi, Speaker of Parliament, Usama al-Nijaifi, Deputy Prime Minister, Rowsch Nuri Shaways, and Deputy Secretary General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), Barham Saleh,. Informed source said that the meeting has preceded the Najaf meeting, discussed latest political developments in Iraq; they s
  5. Deputy: application to replace the currency deliberately limits the fluctuation of the dinar against the dollar 05/12/2012 <P align=justify> BAGHDAD / JD / .. counting member of the Finance Committee and the parliamentary deputy for the National Alliance Haitham Jubouri currency exchange operation may confuse the market due to the fluctuation of the Iraqi dinar afterthought but if properly applied the substitution reduces the volatility quotient. Jubouri said L / JD / "The replacement of the currency reduces the volatility of the current Iraqi dinar and the
  6. <br /><br /><br />Very well put Cheerful. Patience in the present, Faith in the future, Joy in the doing.... Calvin
  7. Calvin, Patience in the present, Faith in the future, Joy in the doing.
  8. And undertakes to meet the demands 03/05/2012 09:09 Baghdad, April 3 (Rn) - Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the Iraqi List, to attend the National Congress, who called him President Jalal Talabani pledged to meet all their demands, provided compatibility of the Constitution. Maliki and Labour day-Maliki's call for the Iraqi list a day after the delivery of President Jalal Talabani, the agenda of the forthcoming National Congress of the Preparatory Committee. And refused to come to the meeting of the Iraqi National Congress that did not meet the demands made by the five earlier. Al-Ma
  9. Good information to read: Calvin
  10. Hard-line Shiite cleric al-Sadr meets Kurdish leader to resolve Iraq’s political deadlock (Khalid Mohammed/ Associated Press ) - Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr looks on during a press conference in Irbil, a city in the Kurdish controlled north 217 miles (350 kilometers) north of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, April 26, 2012. A hardline Shiite cleric is meeting with the president of Iraq’s Kurdish region to try to end a political crisis that has deadlocked the nation’s government. Anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr offered plans Thursday to resolve the impasse through political inclusiveness.
  11. * visit country info tab 1) Visit Iraqi 2) Visit mess dated April 21 2012 Calvin
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  13. The Sadrists’ Double Game: Criticizing Iraq’s Prime Minister, While Supporting Him At The Same Time 25/04/2012 16:52 By Joel Wing* Recently there were reports that the Sadrists were joining with other groups who opposed Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to unseat him in a no confidence vote. While it is true that Moqtada al-Sadr and his followers have increased their public criticisms of Maliki recently, the bloc remains loyal to the premier. Their statements appear to be part of an attempt to maintain a populist image demanding better services and governance, while all the time backing th
  14. Iraq Micro-Finance Forum in Erbil Posted on 24 April 2012. The Government of Iraq in cooperation with UNDP Iraq, USAID-Tijara and the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor organised the Iraq Micro-Finance Forum in Erbil. The Forum’s key objectives were promoting synergy between the Government’s poverty alleviation and job creation efforts and the existing microfinance industry, enhancing service delivery by microfinance institutions to micro-small and medium enterprises, enhancing access to financial services to the Iraqi people who currently have limited or no access to microfinance, with
  15. Iraq’s Banking Changes could Unleash Economic Potential Posted on 22 April 2012. By Sherif Salem, of Invest AD. Iraq’s banks are quietly on the move, and the consequences for the economy could be powerful and far-reaching. The country has 49 banks, and although lending has increased in the last couple of years, the loan-to-deposit rate still stands at only 44%, compared to around 80-90% for other banks in the Middle East. However, we can now expect faster loan growth, and probably industry consolidation, because of action taken by the central bank. Commercial banks have prospered by tak
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