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  1. The Sadrist movement "leads" the Iraqi elections... and "progress" in second place October 11, 2021 The preliminary results of the parliamentary elections in Iraq revealed, according to the Iraqi News Agency, that the Sadrist movement, led by Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, won the highest number of seats in the Iraqi parliament, with 73 seats. The "Progress" party led by Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi came in second place after winning 38 seats, to find out the Fatah Alliance of the Popular Mobilization, which was the second force in the outgoing parliament. The State of Law bloc, headed by former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, ranked third with 37 seats, according to what the Iraqi News Agency also reported on the results of the Electoral Commission in 83 districts in (18) governorates. A media official in the Sadrist movement told AFP that the "approximate number" of seats that the movement had obtained "73 seats" after calculating the number of winners, while an official in the electoral commission, who preferred not to be identified, told AFP that the Sadrist movement was "at the forefront." According to the preliminary results. The report accuses the Sadrists of consolidating their influence in all parts of the Iraqi government by controlling key positions in the civil service If the final results confirm this, the "Sadrists" will thus have made remarkable progress, after the "Sairoon" coalition led by the current in the outgoing parliament consisted of 54 seats. This may allow the movement to exert pressure in choosing a prime minister and in the formation of the next government. Experts believe that the distribution of parliament seats will be fragmented, which means the absence of a clear majority, which will eventually force the blocs to negotiate for alliances. In a country where the political scene remains divided over many issues, from the presence of US forces in the country to the increasing influence of neighboring Iran, the parties should launch negotiations, which seem to require a long time to choose a prime minister, given that the custom requires that the position be held by a personal Shiite. About 25 million people, entitled to vote, were invited to choose among more than 3,200 candidates in these fifth elections since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003. However, the initial participation rate was about 41%, out of more than 22 million registered voters, according to what the High Elections Commission announced. This year's elections were called before their main date in 2022, with the aim of calming the anger of the street after the popular uprising that erupted in the fall of 2019 against corruption, the decline in public services and economic deterioration in a country rich in oil wealth. But the uprising was met with a bloody repression, killing about 600 people and wounding more than 30,000, followed by a campaign of assassinations, assassination attempts and kidnappings of activists, which were attributed to armed factions loyal to Iran, which now enjoy strong influence in Iraq. And the "Washington Post" newspaper published, last week, a report dealing with Al-Sadr's fortunes in the early general elections, noting that despite Al-Sadr's fraught relationship with the West over the past years, his party is likely to win the elections, and enjoy tacit support over Least, from Washington. The report, which was published last Thursday, said that al-Sadr is constantly changing his positions. Since 2003, the cleric has presented himself in various forms, as the leader of a sectarian militia at times, and as a revolutionary figure, and a patriot capable of uniting the country, at other times. The report adds that "Al-Sadr was at times dependent on Iranian support, but today he publicly rejects the influence of neighboring countries on Iraq." The "Washington Post" report indicates that "the senior leadership of the Sadrist movement says today for the first time that they want to use their potential dominance, which was predicted by voter polls, to choose the next prime minister of Iraq." The newspaper quotes the head of the Sadrist movement's political body, Nassar al-Rubaie, as saying that "we cannot have a prime minister now without the support of the Sadrists." "The Sadrists sought to increase their international legitimacy by appearing as a pro-state party," says Laheeb Hegel, an analyst at the International Crisis Group. She adds, "This is why we have seen the Sadrists interact more with Western countries, including the Americans and Europeans," noting that "Al-Sadr is promoting himself as a pragmatic and pivotal option in Iraqi politics." The newspaper quoted a senior Western official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak with the press, as saying, "I think at this point we are looking at Al-Sadr as a better patriot than the other options." The newspaper points out that "the Sadrists have taken in recent months a more cautious path than the Iraqi parties allied with Iran, which called for the expulsion of the remaining US forces in Iraq." Nassar al-Rubaie says the Sadrists "oppose any presence of foreign forces on Iraqi soil." He adds, "When it comes to logistical support, training, equipment and airspace, this is not a political issue," noting that "the decision in this regard is up to the specialists in these issues," according to the newspaper. And he continues, "a non-combat role for US forces can be acceptable." On the other hand, the report accuses the Sadrists of consolidating their influence in all parts of the Iraqi government by controlling key positions in the civil service. He says that research conducted by the London-based Chatham House Research Center showed that "the loyalists of Sadr today dominate the largest share of the private ranks, which in turn allowed them to exploit a huge amount of public resources for the benefit of the Sadrist movement." To ensure the continued flow of funds, the report notes that the Sadrists were able to control the body responsible for awarding civil service positions. Sometimes the Sadrists supported technocratic ministers, who in practice had less power than the civil servants who were supposed to work under them. The report quotes a former minister, who spoke on condition of anonymity for security reasons, as saying: "On the first day, I realized that there were just piles of contracts they (the Sadrists) were waiting for me to sign."
  2. You have heard and you will hear... October 11, 2021 Jafar Al-Qazwini (Writer) What you have heard and you will hear, and what you have seen and will see, is nothing but a drop from the sea of corruption, deviation, evil, hatred and the killing of fathers of lashes. The International Court of Justice decided to refer Nuri al-Maliki and his aides to the court on charges of genocide The decision of the International Criminal Court to refer Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his aides to the court on charges of genocide: The International Criminal Court decided to refer Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and a group of his senior aides to the court on charges of genocide. Muhammad al-Kaabi, the official spokesman for the court for the Middle East region, said that among al-Maliki’s aides who were decided to refer to the court were Lieutenant-General Farouk al-Araji, director of al-Maliki’s military office, Lieutenant-General Ali Ghaidan, commander of the ground forces, Saadoun al-Dulaimi, Minister of Defense and Agency, and Adnan al-Asadi, senior agent of the Ministry of Interior and chief of the intelligence service Zuhair. Al-Gharbawi, Lieutenant-General Qassem Atta, Director of Operations in the Intelligence Service, and Lieutenant-General Talib Shaghati, Head of the Counter-Terrorism Service. He revealed that the court had complete files of the crimes committed by al-Maliki and his aides, including the genocide in Anbar and Kirkuk, the flagrant violation of human rights, brutal methods of torture and violation of the freedoms of citizens, in contradiction to the Geneva Conventions, the Charter of the United Nations and international law. A secret document from WikiLeaks reveals how Nouri al-Maliki provided Israel and Iran with information that contributed to the liquidation of hundreds of Iraqi nuclear scientists and pilots. In the name of religion Baguna 450 billion Iraqi dinars are stolen monthly from you The Central Bank sells the dollar at an official price of 1180 dinars to the dollar This means that every $1 = 1180 Iraqi dinars, while the market price = 1285 Iraqi dinars, which means that there is a difference of 100 dinars per $1 between the official selling price and the market price, meaning that: $100 = 118,000 at the central bank rate, while the market price for every $100 = 128,500 Iraqi dinars means the difference in the market price from the price of the central bank is: 10,000 dinars (ten thousand dinars), for every $100, meaning every $10,000 or (every intensity) in it Million dinars difference That is, every million dollars (100 intensities) has a difference of 100 million dinars, meaning that every 100 million dollars has a difference of 10 billion Iraqi dinars. And if the central bank sells 150 million dollars per day, this means that the currency difference between the central bank price and the market price is equal to: 15 billion Iraqis per day, and the outcome of that within a month is as follows: 15 billion * 30 days = 450 billion Iraqi dinars per month Imagine what we can do with 450 billion dinars per month? Note: This 450 billion dinars mostly goes to corrupt parties and they are all corrupt, as each party has a money transfer company,exchange companies and a bank.. the rule of law and the dream of tyranny.. Watch the video. They rob us in the name of religion and they are corrupt, thieves and bandits.... Facts about the fall of Mosul in the hands of the terrorist ISIS The British Independent newspaper revealed that former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki ignored warnings confirming the intention of ISIS to attack the city of Mosul. The newspaper said in a report that al-Maliki, who held the positions of defense and interior ministers, ignored 12 warnings sent by the Nineveh intelligence chief, Major General Ahmed al-Zarkani, to his office, revealing that ISIS had obtained weapons and equipment to attack the city. He also ignored information that there are six training centers for terrorist organization elements outside the city, where the Air Force planes were not allowed to bomb them despite their monitoring. The newspaper pointed out that the office of the Prime Minister at the time also ignored information stating that the terrorist organization was planning to attack the city of Mosul with a force of about a thousand who were now gathered in the village of Sheikh Younis near the city, and refused to use the Peshmerga forces to prepare to repel the sudden attack of the terrorist organization. The newspaper confirmed that Al-Maliki preferred the fall of the city of Mosul to the terrorist organization ISIS and not to other groups linked to the Baath Party, because in this case he would ensure the international community’s movement against the organization alone. The newspaper added that the last report that arrived in Baghdad was a few days before the operation, telling them the zero hour and the details of the operation, but Baghdad did not take any action. The report made it clear that the security services did not share this information with the local government, but rather send it to Baghdad. The report also referred to the repeated requests made by the Kurdistan region to the owners to provide assistance and that Mosul is in danger. Al-Maliki's answer to them was that you preserve Kurdistan and I can take care of the rest of Iraq. I laugh with all your heart… What does the Russian broadcaster say about restoring the private plane of Nuri al-Maliki to Iraqi Airways… and how does the announcer laugh about Nuri al-Maliki’s response to Haider al-Abadi,,, How do I visit (Bastota) Mrs. Abu al-Naal (Nuri Naqis al-Maliki) in brief... How did Nineveh (Mosul) fall? Al-Gharawi reveals the details of the occupation of Mosul and confirms that the withdrawal order was issued by al-Maliki, Ghaidan or Qanbar.... The commander of Nineveh Operations, Lieutenant-General Mahdi Al-Gharawi, revealed information about the circumstances of the fall of the city of Mosul, in the hands of the terrorist organization ISIS, and the withdrawal of the military units present there. Al-Gharawi told Reuters that senior officers ignored his warnings in late May that ISIS was preparing to launch an attack on the province, explaining that the Federal Police was besieged in Mosul on June 4, and two days later, convoys of pick-up trucks headed from the west via The desert in which the border between Iraq and Syria is located, and each truck had four ISIS fighters until they took control of the city’s checkpoints, and after three days, the army withdrew from Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq, and ISIS terrorists spread there Al-Gharawi told Reuters that one of three people may have issued the final order to withdraw, namely, the commander-in-chief of the armed forces at the time, Nuri al-Maliki, Abboud Qanbar, who was at that time deputy chief of staff at the Ministry of Defense, or Ali Ghaidan, who was commander of the ground forces, indicating that the secret The withdrawal lies with these three and that the decision of Ghaidan and Kunbar to leave the left coast of Mosul was the cause of a mass desertion because the soldiers assumed that their leaders had fled. The agency indicated that the Sixth Brigade of the Third Division of the Iraqi army had a strength of two thousand and five hundred soldiers, but the reality confirmed that the number of soldiers at the time did not exceed five hundred, in addition to the lack of ammunition and weapons, while Al-Gharawi said that infantry, armored vehicles and tanks were transferred from Mosul to Anbar, where more than 6000 were killed. Another 12 thousand soldiers fled the service, and there were no tanks left in Mosul, and the city was also suffering from a lack of artillery. Al-Gharawi acknowledged the phenomenon of fake soldiers who pay the officers half of their salaries and in return they do not attend their barracks and do not perform their duties. The investigation conducted by Reuters shows that high-ranking military officials and al-Maliki himself bear some responsibility, especially as ISIS terrorists benefited from the shortage of forces, disagreements between senior officers and political leaders in Iraq, and the panic that led to the abandonment of the city. Officers and officials say to Reuters that al-Maliki and his defense minister made a grave early mistake by refusing repeated offers from Kurdish forces to provide assistance, and they also worked to antagonize the Sunni component in Mosul before the start of the battle. In light of the demonstrations and protests raging in Iraq, the corruption files during the era of former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki are considered one of the worst stages for the state of Iraq in modern history, after documents and the Integrity Committee showed many and shameful files condemning al-Maliki during his rule. The following is a presentation of the most important files of corruption during the era of former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. The arms file in the Maliki government: The Contracts Committee hid the fate of billions of dollars under the pretext of buying weapons without the presence of weapons in the first place. Bribes among Defense Ministry officials, and this was what was really evident at the time from the Iraqi army’s inability to confront ISIS’s weapons during the attack that led to the overrunning of Mosul and Salah al-Din in 2015. Corruption file for a fictitious military hospital: Al-Maliki’s government spent a billion dollars for it and was dedicated to providing modern and advanced services to the military, “but it was found in the investigations that it does not exist in Iraq, so that the foundation stone was not laid for it,” and this hospital was asked about by the current Minister of Defense, Khaled Al-Obaidi, during the last interrogation session. Al-Obeidi said that the contract for this hospital took place at the time of al-Maliki and work in it is still suspended and we are working to move the work on it. Representatives of the (State of Law) coalition wanted to charge the hospital contract with the current minister, but they could not, especially MP Alia Nassif, who questioned al-Obaidi. The scandal of the escape of 6 ministers and 53 government officials with special ranks in the former Iraqi government from the country, and he asked the current President of the Republic, Fuad Masum, through his personal relations, to ask the countries, which he is invited to visit, to return those people to the country, if there was an incident of ministers escaping Among the most important of these ministers are the former Minister of Trade, Falah Al-Sudani, a leader in the Dawa Party, the former Minister of Defense Abdel Qader Al-Obeidi, and the former Minister of Electricity Karim Waheed. The file of the planes that al-Maliki said he had bought from Russia, but it turned out that those planes were the Iraqi planes that Iran had not given permission to land in the American war against Iraq and had to land in Russia at the time, so the al-Maliki government returned those planes as having been purchased. – The scandals of “selling people” in the military bases of the Iraqi government at the time, as military officials set up detention camps in their military bases and were arresting people and then returning them to their families in exchange for large sums of money, and this was practiced by the closest military to al-Maliki, who is the commander of Nineveh Operations at the time, Mahdi al-Gharawi, the fugitive. currently Iraq is advancing on the global ladder of corruption Iraq.. Corruption of eating green and dry Buying millions of dollars worth of explosives detection devices (sonars), but these devices did not enter the country at all. The file of corruption in the manual explosives detection devices, which claimed the lives of thousands of Iraqi civilians, as it turned out that it was a device for detecting washing powders and not for detecting explosives. Al-Maliki or the parties that imported the device were not brought to justice. – The discovery of 16 private banks that were withdrawing funds from the Central Bank of Iraq with fake receipts, as a number of employees of those banks were arrested, indicating that “millions of dollars were withdrawn from the Central Bank of Iraq to a neighboring country, most notably Iran to help it bypass the international economic sanctions that were imposed.” on her. Circumvention of international sanctions and the use of Iraqi airspace and airports to deliver weapons to the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad through Russian and Iranian planes, some of which were detained at Baghdad airport and released mysteriously. - Ahmed Nouri al-Maliki transferred one billion and 500 million dollars of Iraqi funds to Lebanon during his father's rule. The file of (fictitious) space soldiers at the Ministry of Defense: After the fall of Mosul to ISIS, it became clear that there is a fake army from the names of the soldiers on paper only, and their imaginary salary money goes to unknown destinations, and this is what actually became clear when ISIS attacked the military teams in Mosul and Salah al-Din and it became clear The actual number of soldiers within teams or bases is a quarter of the number documented on paper. The most dangerous and most important file is the “fall of Mosul” in the hands of ISIS, or the handing over of the city to the organization by military leaders linked to al-Maliki. Although the report of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee held al-Maliki, as Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, responsible for the fall of the city, the judiciary did not move a finger about it. Millions of dollars spent by former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the suspicious RAPISCAN deal apparently went in vain, which was confirmed by the Security Committee of the Baghdad Provincial Council in its recent ruling on the issue of the feasibility of RAPISCAN vehicles that were supposed to locate explosives. The Security Committee also confirmed that the sonar cars that were recently deployed at the entrances to some areas of Baghdad, including Karrada, which witnessed the bombing yesterday, do not detect explosives in any way, but are ordinary x-ray imaging devices, and any professional party can hide the explosives in a way that they cannot These devices are all monitored and proceed with the detonation process. While the Security Committee recommended raising the intelligence resources, it also confirmed that the sums spent on these vehicles would have been more profitable if they were spent on the resources of the Iraqi intelligence services, which by the way are currently operating without a budget, according to the members of the committee. The RAPISCAN vehicles were put into service in the wake of the worst attack in Baghdad in more than a decade, which killed nearly 300 people last July, replacing the simpler IDE 651, which in turn came to Iraq through a corruption-tainted deal. It was also proven false, and paradoxically remained in service in Iraq for years, despite the trial of the party that sold it to Iraq in Britain. The nomination section before the local and parliamentary elections .. for each voter in Iraq. I swear by God, the Most High, the Great, to be a plunderer of wealth.. and to steal a look at the state treasury and plan how I can reach it.. and that I will not take into account the interests of the people until after completing my personal and family interests, and I swear that I will not risk my life or the lives of my family and clan members for any reason. And I swear that the interests of my people and my nationality will be the last thing I think about...I swear that I will try hard that my last to install the retirement law for parliamentarians..and God is witness to what I say is a martyr...This division is in the subconscious mind of every candidate and unfortunately without exception... With Mr. Bahaa Al-Araji’s confession, when he said, after the fall, all the followers, media cadres, and those concerned in that field, drummers, rabab players, and the trumpeted horns of the Iraqi Ministry of Information, whose minister was Latif Nassif Jassem at the time of the tomb in Al-Iraqiya channel, were established and established from these mercenaries…. Al-Laban (Prime Minister of the current Iraqi corrupt state) is one of these horns for his criminal campaigns and operating their machines for the sake of the one leader and the only person in Iraq for the second time and stemming from the depth and experience in that field,,,,, Good news, Iraqis, for a new destruction of your corrupt state represented in the capital of Rashid ( Baghdad) where he is ruled by the dumbest person and ruled by another mentally ill and mentally retarded again. The people are confident that you will all escape and not one of you will remain inside Iraq, and you will join the rest of the thieves who stole the Iraqis’ money and fled with it abroad, such as the Sudanese, the Samurai and other thieves. The only thing in this calamity that has befallen us is in exposing the truth of these thieves and exposing their corruption and immoral degeneration, and our call to our people is to abandon this decadent gang and remove its traces and not to believe its false slogans, so I blessed the efforts of every honorable and jealous Iraqi who contributed to exposing the corruption of the thieves of the state of law
  3. Create a website and e-mail for all authorized exchange companies, category (A,B) October 06, 2021 The Central Bank of Iraq decided that all authorized exchange companies, category ( A , B ), establish an official website on the national scale ( iq ) and establish an official email on the same domain, for the requirements of the interest of work and for the purpose of organizing the context of procedures in your companies in a more modern manner and to ensure communication with this Bank and present the results to the public, and companies should provide us with their addresses and as soon as possible.
  4. Suspension of trading in the stock market for one day stock market. "Economy News" The Iraqi Stock Exchange (the Stock Exchange) announced, on Monday, the suspension of its activity for a period of one day only. The market administration said in a statement seen by "Economy News", that "based on the decision of the Council of Ministers to declare an official holiday on Tuesday, due to the presence of a religious occasion, the market will not organize trading sessions for tomorrow." And she added, "The practice of activity will resume after the official holiday and starting next Wednesday, according to its official timings." Views 518 Date Added 09/27/2021
  5. Japan does not remove zeros from its national currency Sept 11, 2021 In 1872, Japan issued its paper currency in denominations ranging from 10 sen (sen) to 100 yen (yen), where 1 yen equals 100 sen. In 1945, Japan issued a 1,000 yen coin. In 1953, Japan abolished banknotes under 1 yen, so there was no longer a single yen note. In the early 1950s, Japan exchanged notes of less than 50 yen into coins, followed by 50 and 100 yen notes in the late 1950s. In 1957 and 1958 Japan issued the 5,000 yen and 10,000 yen notes. It is also noted from the above historical narrative that the Japanese yen since its issuance in 1872 has been hit by inflation and its value has decreased at certain times and many zeros were added to it and its monetary mass increased, but the Japanese specialists did not suggest or even think of deleting zeros from their national currency under the pretext of reducing The monetary mass circulating in order to revive the Japanese economy, because they find in this procedure a waste of effort and money, and it opens the doors to many problems. They are indispensable. Instead, they dealt with the issue realistically and logically. mentally. The Iraqi dinar, in the style of the Japanese yen, was hit by inflation and its value decreased at certain times and many zeros were added to it and its monetary mass increased, but the Iraqi specialists do not act like the Japanese specialists. Iraqi specialists rant from time to time that deleting three zeros from the Iraqi currency to reduce the monetary mass in circulation will revive the Iraqi economy. May the Iraqi specialists follow the example of the Japanese specialists in dealing rationally and logically with Iraq's economic crises so that the Iraqi economy recovers according to the Japanese economy's approach. The recovery of the Iraqi economy begins with the elimination of corruption and the corrupt, not by deleting the zeros, as the claimants of Iraqi experience and conception utter.
  6. Video of "Moves to delete three zeros from the currency to strengthen the dinar" on Iraq TV Today. Aug 9, 2021 I saw a short version of the video below on Iraq TV, noon time news today, (12:30 iraq time). All instances of people talking into a mike were cut out. DWS112 LINK to IRAQ TV Red banner text: تحركات لحذف ثلاثة اصفار من العملة لتقوية الدينار في محاولة يجدها اقتصاديون صعبة التحقف مع اشستمرار الاعتماد على النفط Translation: Moves to remove three zeros from the currency to strengthen the dinar in an attempt that economists find difficult to verify with the continued dependence on oil
  7. Al-Kazemi: Today we launched the signal to start the administrative and executive mechanisms of the white paper Aug 2, 2021 Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced, on Monday, the launch of the signal to start the administrative and executive mechanisms of the white paper. Al-Kazemi said in a tweet on "Twitter", "Today we launched the signal to start the administrative and executive mechanisms of the reformist "white paper." He added, "We promised that reform would be Iraq's road map for the next stages, and we kept our promise despite the challenges." It is noteworthy that Al-Kazemi confirmed, in June 2020, that the government had prepared a "white paper" for the expected reforms.
  8. Planning reveals tomorrow the details of the "responsive" document and the reform and recovery plan Aug 1, 2021 The Ministry of Planning announced that it will reveal tomorrow, Monday, the details of the "responsive" document and the reform and recovery plan for the period 2021-2023. And the ministry’s spokesman, Abdul-Zahra Al-Hindawi, said in a statement that {Euphrates News} received a copy of it that “Minister Khaled Battal Al-Najm will announce tomorrow, Monday, 2/8-2021, the details of the responsive document, and the reform and recovery plan, for the period 2021-2023, which it has completed. The ministry, in cooperation with relevant ministries and authorities, and with the support of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). He added, "The announcement will be during the conference held by the Ministry of Planning at nine thirty in the morning tomorrow, at the Babel Hotel, in the presence of a number of ministers, representatives, governors, deputy ministers, representatives of the private sector and civil society, as well as representatives of international organizations operating in Iraq."
  9. Immunity of Central Bank of Iraq funds abroad July 27, 2021 The legal authorities in the United States of America confirmed to the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq that all the reserves and funds of the Central Bank of Iraq are fortified and that no party can seize them. They also confirmed that they will defend its immunity with the rest of the countries, and these reserves cannot be compromised. As Iraq will complete during the coming period the full payment of the compensation and benefits accrued from it prior to 2003, this will lead to the lifting of the international immunity for Iraq's money abroad and it will be subject to implementation by some creditors from other parties and companies. In this context, those legal authorities confirmed that the funds and reserves of the Central Bank of Iraq are protected under the laws followed in the United States of America, and pledged to defend what is in the central banks and banks in other countries. Central Bank of Iraq Media Office 27 July 2021
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