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CNN. Broadcasting From A Liquor Cabinet Meeting In Baghdad !

 

 

 

Al-Maliki and Barzani agree to resolve the peshmerga files and article 140 and provincial borders

Al-Maliki and Barzani: we agreed to solve the problems amicably and will hold population census

 Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki said his current visit to Arbil was the focus of common interest to both sides as we opened all outstanding issues because stabilizing Iraq is our concern."

He continued: "We have agreed on Article 140, and we will achieve the other issues, including the activation of the census and define the borders of the provinces." For his part, Barzani said that he agreed with Maliki to resolve all outstanding problems between the center and the region in accordance with the Constitution    FULL ARTICLES & LINKS BELOW

OCRUSH E-MAIL (Sent to & Posted By Hopesway)

 Okay:)    Barzani and Maliki have met successfully :)  This is what we were waiting for.

 If this had a hiccup all that was accomplished would have gone to xxxx!  It's a pivotal day and we are very excited!  Next we should see the Kuwaiti PM visiting Baghdad. 
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OCrush Continues:  Also the parliamentary sessions start on the 16th or 18th and they will have there legislations in place to vote on (with the big boys blessings). 

It's pretty straight forward now and today was a BIG DAY with a great accomplishment:))  Cheers All:)

FULL ARTICLES & LINKS BEING REFERENCED: 

Maliki, after meeting with Massoud Barzani:

We discussed all outstanding issues and agreed on Article 140       

09/06/2013 BAGHDAD / NINA / Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki said his current visit to Arbil was the focus of common interest to both sides as we opened all outstanding issues because stabilizing Iraq is our concern."

He said in a press conference held today after his meeting with the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani: "we discussed the latest developments in the region, and the files that were discussed during the visit of the head of the provincial government to Baghdad."

He explained that "we named the characters that will be in charge to continue the discussions to resolve the outstanding issues."

Maliki added: "The President of the Kurdistan region will be in Baghdad soon to continue the dialogue," adding that he would visit the region again and tour in the cities of the Kurdistan and visit Barzan's area.

He continued: "We have agreed on Article 140, and we will achieve the other issues, including the activation of the census and define the borders of the provinces."

For his part, Barzani said that he agreed with Maliki to resolve all outstanding problems between the center and the region in accordance with the Constitution. / End  LINK

AND ANOTHER ARTICLE:

Al-Maliki and Barzani agree to resolve the peshmerga files and article 140 and provincial borders

Published: 4: 54 pm, June 9, 2013 Editor: ipa 2   malikibarzni

Erbil (IBA). Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on the agreement with the President of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani on the solution file for the Kurdistan regional guard forces (Peshmerga) as well as article 140 of the constitutional limits of the disputed provinces.

Al-Maliki said at a joint press conference with Barzani in Arbil said in reply to a question concerning the amendment of the Constitution that "this issue (modified) to a popular vote. Any amendment must be in accordance with the votes even if one character has changed. "

"We agreed (with Kurdish officials) on some issues (contentious) mthlalbishamrkh and article 140. There must be a census.

Al-Maliki did not mention further on the matter, but noted that the Census will resolve many differences, he said, "we intend to aliagraeh this year."

"We agreed to activate the project within the provinces of President glory Taliban, now in Parliament, and it should offer in its agenda."

"I am delighted we have and a magic wand to solve all the problems at once but vialaradh, there must be introductions we work."

Barzani said "we consider the visit the task and start to solve all the problems."

"In our meetings, public and private, agreed to activate the high commissions and other subsidiary, we remove the problems, we have agreed to deal with them in a brotherly manner."

The Federal Governments and the Kurdistan region may form committees during the visit of the President of the Kurdistan Government nechirvan Barzani last month to Baghdad to resolve outstanding issues.

Kurdistan region President stressed that "the Constitution is the thing thing happened."

It was Al-Maliki arrived Wednesday morning to Arbil to hold a cabinet meeting there in the context of resolving contentious issues outstanding with Kurdistan.(End)  LINK

AND ANOTHER ARTICLE:

Al-Maliki and Barzani: we agreed to solve the problems amicably and will hold population census

13/06/09 16: 33  Range/Erbil

Iraq Kurdistan region President Massoud Barzani, on Sunday to Baghdad and Erbil have agreed to solve the problems in a "friendly and brotherly" and that the Iraqi Constitution is to resolve these issues, while Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki government's census on population this year to find a solution to the issue of the disputed areas, calling on Parliament to legislate the administrative borders of the governorates.

He said Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki at a joint news conference with the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, this afternoon, in Erbil and attended (range) "opened in our file of Iraqi conditions and developments in the region and risks we have in Iraq and should take cooperative action to prevent transmission," adding "we are interested in stabilizing Iraq and to calm down the situation in the region in favour of building a federal democratic Iraq under the Constitution."

"Maliki followed what was reviewed during the visit of President of Kurdistan to Baghdad and agreed to set up committees and discuss all outstanding issues between the territory and the status", stating that "it was agreed the names of the members of the committees that will address all outstanding problems on the base of common desire strong cooperation to research participants and activate abilities that we have to protect the gains of the Iraqi people in all its factions and its components".

Al-Maliki promised to "resolve the outstanding issues require a positive climate and positive climates that are submitted to any work we want to do is calm the situation in Iraq in General and between the territory and the Federal Government and then go about activating the role of the committees formed to discuss all the participants should be looking for."

Maliki stressed that "our goal is to reach a settlement on the basis of the Constitution and the common interests that we believe that our service to all its subscribers without fail any component of the service components that participate with us in this country."

Maliki lauded the "history of the Kurdish people and the suffering endured under dictatorial regimes," and stressed that "we need the Federal Government and the territorial Government to stretch our aid and assistance to alleviate the suffering of all the victims of the former regime, whether in Anfal, Halabja or graves or uprising", calling for a "common conventions of the centralized federal budget could relieve the suffering of the victims and owners who need services.

Al-Maliki suggested that "convert Halabja to Mayor for this city and for martyrs and given their maturity," he said, "we will support this idea and we deliver this through legal channels if required for the conversion process to cooperate in this area."

For his part, the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, to Prime Minister Al-Maliki's visit "very important" and stressed that "we agreed to activate commissions agreed to discuss all the problems and their solutions."

Barzani stressed that "the Constitution is a" natural ", promised that the differences", but "but there is a determination to overcome all obstacles and we appeal to the Constitution in the event of any disagreement on any issue."

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki acknowledged from Erbil, on Sunday, in a speech at the start of the Cabinet meeting held at the Saad Abdullah in Erbil and transferred directly via satellite TV, that "sectarian war" returned to Iraq and stressed that the country was affected by the wave of militancy sweeping the region, and called on all parties and movements and communities to join hands for their confrontation, invoking the Constitution to resolve differences among themselves and not to the lineup in the lineups in the region, while he hoped to solve problems with Erbil, indicating that their problems raised "amplifier".

Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki arrived in the Central, Sunday morning, to the city of Erbil, accompanied by his ministers and a large number of consultants, and was received by President of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, Massoud Barzani, and nechirvan Barzani, Prime Minister and other senior officials greeted Al-Maliki-Kurd were at the airport, in the first of the two men since an agreement on the formation of the current Government in December 2010 and followed by their province strongly intensified at the end of the year after the issuance of an arrest warrant against Deputy President Tariq al-Hashimi.

As Al-Maliki's visit came one day after the statements of the official Iraqi space, as the Kurds are exasperating, and said he was ready for talks with the region's President Massud Barzani, during his visit to Arbil, "If", and stressed that what to Barzani is "only one democratic federal Iraq", and that "there is no such thing as self-determination," stressing that "the definition of the State of Iraq's Constitution is a Federal Democratic Republic and that one country Iraq," and that means there is no Thing as the self-determination of the self we decided when our Constitution and we put that one country federal democratic Iraq. "

The President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani, confirmed (from 2013), that the people of the territory "will have to find a new form of relations with the Federal Government in Baghdad if the negotiations failed to resolve disputes over oil and land," returned to "the current round of talks that started recently is the last chance to end the conflict that has caused tension within the Federation in Iraq."

Maliki's statement had raised about the "self-determination" resentment and anger the Kurds, Kurdistan Alliance MP attacked wiped out Khalil, on Saturday, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's remarks, which stressed that "there is no such thing as self-determination and that the Kurds have decided their fate when one federal Iraq, suspended the Constitution, the Coalition stressed that the right to self-determination established by the Kurdish people and that" no unit can Al-Maliki or other stop that. "

Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, nechirvan Barzani, agreed after the latter's visit to Baghdad, on 29 April 2013, the adoption of important laws which have the effect of resolving "outstanding issues" between the two sides such as the oil and gas law, giving the security aspect "particularly important throughout Iraq, and agreed to continue meetings to resolve all issues.

The chronic and worsening crisis between Baghdad and Erbil, the ominous possibilities open over a leadership Panel Kurdistani, led by the region's President, Massoud Barzani, repeatedly, and charged atmosphere caused by the provincial elections, which took place (April 13), causing difficulty in reaching solutions to outstanding problems between Baghdad and Erbil "barbed" or on other fronts, fearing the impact of its implications for the electoral landscape.   LINK



 

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Lol

Go home FIB.. Your negativity on this site is drowning. If you don't believe anything or not positive on anything you read, why do you come here?? The 140 issue being settled is positive you have to admit. Does it mean RV? NO! BUT it is a positive step.

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Go home FIB.. Your negativity on this site is drowning. If you don't believe anything or not positive on anything you read, why do you come here?? The 140 issue being settled is positive you have to admit. Does it mean RV? NO! BUT it is a positive step.

Chill out bro, I was laughing at this...

"CNN. Broadcasting From A Liquor Cabinet Meeting In Baghdad !"

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The disgusting OUTPOURING of trash Dinars in the Bank Auctions continues to go on UNABAITED and at the highest levels of "DUMP" in recent history.

 

When, as and IF this constant dumping by 19-25 International Banks to DUMP their supply of dinars at GARBAGE/toilet paper rates EVER starts to diminish, THEN there may be SOME reason to start looking for a change in value of the Dinar.

 

Until then . . .FAT CHANCE!

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Great, you agree . . . just when will this agreement be translated in to tangible results ?

 

Guess my cynical nature with these guys is boiling to the surface today. A decade of talk. Yes, quite possibly we are " getting closer " . . . just how close are we really ?

 

Your country and its population suffer. Individuals,companies & corporations look to you knuckleheads to get this train rolling down the track.

 

I feel like a horse at the starting gate . . .a decade old starting gate. Can't help but recall an article [ Harvard Business or Money Mag ? ] I read while I was in Kuwait back in '04 that stated 3-5 yrs tops for the Dinar to RV - :lol:

 

Come on guys, enuff is enuff. Y'all don't exactly inspire confidence, now do you ? Quit farting around and . . .  DO IT !

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We need to relax ( I said "we" so it's not an attack against anybody or anything like that).....

Chillin like a villian Umbertino!!!  ;) 

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Thanks Thug... you keep us rollin' and laughin' at the same time!!!  :twothumbs:

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How can there be an RV or increase in currency when bombs are going off all over the place. Baghdad is getting to be like Detroit and Chicago. So, with all this unrest, why would they come out of Chap 7? I just don't understand, but that's understandable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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