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About alreis

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  1. WOW, you just can’t fix stupid. Dear Santa All I want for Christmas is to trade the lives of the Iraqi citizens with the lives of all the government officials and there corrupt cronies.
  2. Or do you mean a flatulence from the dollar? inquiring minds want to know.
  3. here is what Maliki is doing. ERBIL — A number of the major political factions of Iraq convened on Thursday to discuss the ongoing anti-government protests across the country, after which they agreed to hold snap elections. According to media reports, the meeting between Iraqi President Barham Salih and political leaders brought the sides together on several decision, including holding an early election, amending the constitution as necessary, amending the Law of Elections, introducing immediate reforms, and protecting the protesters. Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi, Parliament Speaker Mohammed al-Halbousi, National Security Advisor Falih Fayadh, former Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, and head of Bard Organization Hadi al-Ameri were present at the meeting.
  4. “- The meeting approved the formation of a committee of Iraqi experts, who are known for complete independence, integrity, diligence and vigilance of conscience to develop a national strategic program to diagnose the problems of the state system in the political, economic, financial, legislative and cultural fields and propose possible solutions. Respect the work and results of the Committee by all state institutions and the forces in force.“ As I pick myself off of the floor from falling off my chair laughing so hard. No where in Iraq do such individuals exist or reside. Be nice if these nards would take the demonstrators serious and get something done to help the people.
  5. Iraq youth want and need jobs, sounds to me a military career would be very much appreciated at this time.
  6. Everything that has happened is what is needed to propel this country to prosperity. International currency has to happen to bring all of the demands to fruition. The loss of life and injuries at the hands of the government is abominable. The PM should resign. The judicial needs to step up and prosecute the corrupt. The government needs to be locked into the cafeteria and forgotten about. The new government Should be elected and not paid until the citizens approve there pay checks.
  7. One of the biggest problem with fighting corruption is having the ability to protect the families of the honest investigators, law enforcement and judicial personnel that tack on the job of putting these well financed thieves in jail or the gallows.
  8. I don’t understand why the global powers are not chastising Iraq for killing there, alleged, citizens for protesting against a corrupted government?
  9. Mobil banking, awesome. Now the corrupt politicians can move there money with there phones. Ain’t life grand
  10. Nasdaq and the Iraqi Stock Exchange Extend Market Technology Partnership MT NEWSWIRES - 5:18 AM ET 7/19/2019COMPANY NEWS 05:18 AM EDT, 07/19/2019 (MT Newswires) -- Nasdaq (NDAQ) and the Iraq Stock Exchange said pre-market Friday that they have agreed to extend their market technology partnership, with Nasdaq providing the Baghdad-based bourse with matching engine and central securities depository (CSD) technology. The Iraq exchange said that by adopting Nasdaq's CSD technology, it will join other exchanges around the world in deploying high-end, multi-asset trading technology that complies with international standards. Financial details were not disclosed.
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