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  1. 10-07-2020 04:59 PM Deputy reveals ongoing conflict over the management of the Central Bank, Amanat Baghdad and the Investment Authority Baghdad/ Al-Akhbari A member of the parliamentary integrity committee Alia Nassif, on Friday, revealed a conflict between the political blocs currently taking place on the administration of the Central Bank and the Secretariat of Baghdad and bodies of integrity, investment and others, as well as special degrees, pointing out that the last parliamentary bloc was formed, referring to the bloc "Iraqis" headed by Ammar al-Hakim, is to support the government of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi and the return is to get positions in independent bodies and special degrees. "A parliamentary bloc was recently formed with a deal that includes the support of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi in parliament for the positions of independent bodies and special degrees," Nassif told Al-Akhbari, in a clear reference to the Iraqi bloc. "The prime minister is currently in real trouble as the last bloc announced has reached Al-Kadhimi with his support, with a dedicated share of the positions of agents, general managers and others," nassif said. "The party is trying to divide everything," she said, adding that "there is a conflict over independent bodies, including the central bank administration, the Integrity Commission, the Investment Authority, the Secretariat of Baghdad and others." "I am with the electoral entitlement that requires the distribution of ministries, but the administrative apparatus cannot be distributed and dismantled, and the number of smallest jobs reaches the service factor between the parties and they are changed in the light of quotas," she said. "Al-Kadhimi is brave, but he has indulged in party demands and is in line with her demands," she said. https://www.ikhnews.com/index.php?page=article&id=221105
  2. Kuwait did not redenominate, they reissued. Another factor regarding Iraq not addressed in this report is the Iranian issue raiding US dollars from the CBI via the auctions and the Iranian influence to continue that course, however we know that will end in the short term. After all what do you think these protesters are all about? Ending the auctions was number 5 on the list of demands. Iraq is producing far greater amounts of oil exports than in Saddam's day plus Iraq GDP is at least $225 billion USD, again far greater than in the past. Also the reconstruction is multifaceted. remember it was based upon installing the new government and after that happened they didn't follow through on all the IMF recommendations like ending the MCP I guess what I'm suggesting here is that this report left some major details out of the analysis and isn't as well rounded as presented.
  3. I think the protesters were already marching around last night with a poster of his face with big "X" through it.
  4. I believe article 61 of the Constitution provides for the President to request a withdrawal of confidence if Mahdi continues to avoid coming to Parliament.
  5. Mp for Walkers: Talks to discuss the formation of a new government Baghdad: On Wednesday, October 30, 2019, The Alliance's Mp for The Walking, Riad Al-Massoudi, revealed the start of serious and comprehensive dialogues between the political blocs in parliament to discuss the end of the government's work and the formation of another, stressing that the consultations also include the change of members of the electoral commission. "The parliamentary political blocs have been in serious and comprehensive discussions since last night on the option of ending the government and forming a new government in accordance with the requirements of the constitution," al-Massoudi said in a statement. "The consultations will also discuss the possibility of exempting members of the Electoral Commission and replacing them with people who are truly independent and not subject to any political authority or implementing entity in compliance with the demands of the demonstrators, as well as discuss amending the current electoral law," he said. Sadrist leader Muqtada al-Sadr called on Fatah coalition chairman Hadi al-Ameri to cooperate to remove prime minister Adel Abdel Mahdi's government immediately. Follow the obelisk http://almasalah.com/ar/news/181314/نائب-عن--سائرون-حوارات-لبحث-تشكيل-حكومة-جديدة
  6. Can't Happen without complete Security Council approval. How many think China and Russia would not employ their Veto in such a vote?
  7. They gave confidence to the education minister, so even though they didn't handle the reshuffle what they did do was complete the gov officially.
  8. We know the list of demands.... There are ten and number five on the list is most important to us.
  9. Give an opportunity not more than 15 days to start the implementation of the above or else the ceiling of our demands next time will be higher and bigger http://www.almadarnews.org/index.php?page=article&id=66493
  10. Al-Madar publishes the demands of the demonstrations September 30, 2019 30-09-2019 10:39 PM Number Of Hits: 41 Orbit Agency – Baghdad Al-Madar got the demands of a demonstration tomorrow (Tuesday, October 1, 2019) that will be launched in Bashtak. The demands are: 1- Declaring a real war on corruption and opening all files of corruption with the help of international bodies specialized in corruption cases And legislation the law from where you get this. 2. Preventing the interference of political parties and blocs in government work, separating political entitlement from government positions and establishing the Federal Service Council. 3 – Formation of the Construction Council, which consists of specialists to be responsible for all projects and future plans of the country. 4. Really support the private sector, protect the domestic product to eliminate unemployment, move the local economy, maintain foreign currency within the country and open the door for real domestic and foreign investments. 5 – Cancellation of the currency auction and the adoption of free market policy. 6. To confine arms to the State in a genuine manner and to abolish all armed manifestations and the militarization of society. 7- Restructuring all government sectors, especially the service ones, to be real productive sectors. 8 – Restructuring and organization of the institution of education and fast and urgent in order to produce a successful educational sector according to international standards. 9. Amending the Electoral Law to be a fair law and preserving the rights of all. 10. Repeal and amend all laws and legislations that contravene the Constitution and immediately apply the disabled paragraphs of the Constitution and abolish all special privilege laws. Give an opportunity not more than 15 days to start the implementation of the above or else the ceiling of our demands next time will be higher and bigger http://www.almadarnews.org/index.php?page=article&id=66493
  11. Four "embarrassing" political blocs from their "disgruntled" audience consider sacking Abdul Mahdi 2019/09/08 02:19:51 A-AA+ Shafq News/ Pessimistic speculation is mounting these days about the future of Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi and his government, and the possibility that the latter will resign voluntarily, or that large political blocs will agree to remove him from office. The tweet of Sadrist leader Muqtada al-Sadr, the biggest supporter of Abdul Mahdi, in which he declared the "end of the government", if not taking strict measures to modify its course, came to intensify that speculation, as reinforced by an uncirculated phrase and it is rumored that Adel Abdul Mahdi addressed it to the leaders of some political blocs and said in it "That's all I can do, look for a replacement." "Some political blocs are now feeling very embarrassed in front of their disgruntled public about the stagnation that most of the country is experiencing under the government of Abdul Mahdi," a source said on condition of anonymity. "Not a few political blocs are surprised by the weakness that accompanies the work of the current prime minister and his lack of strength to stand up to the challenges facing the state, especially in the area of external violations and some armed factions that are in fused and the economic file," he said. However, the source said that "the political blocs realize that the dismissal of the prime minister is complex and difficult, so they prefer to surround him politically and force him to resign voluntarily." No prime minister has been replaced or dismissed by political blocs or the Iraqi parliament since 2003, and no prime minister during the last four parliamentary sessions has been removed from office through voluntary resignation during his four-year term.
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