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14 minutes ago, Botzwana said:

Just joining late to the party.  HAd snow down here in ole Mexico.  Roof started leaking right where I sleep.  Ugh.  Spent the whole morning with a broom shoving ice and water away from my roof.  This is great news!  Giddy up!

 

Uggg!!! The weather was nicer here in Northern Alberta Canada than in Mexico for a change !! BOT ya just made my day !! Even so if it was at your expense !!  :)

 

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Not sure if this is a legitimate news source.... found it tonight...    https://reliefweb.int/report/iraq/all-measures-imposed-under-iraq-oil-food-programme-implemented-full-security-council

I wasn't convinced  It never stated INFORCE and you don't see me posting Guru BS...

There may be a few threads that discuss the article XIV standing of Iraq within the IMF guidelines.  Iraq enjoys debt protection under it's article XIV standing. IMO, which is a big reason they have n

3 hours ago, Laid Back said:

Chapter VII is out of the way. This Is bigger than people think.

 

In The Words Of That Sage Joe Biden - This Is A Big F*#%ing Deal ! :o 

 

 

 

Although Up Until This Point - Iraq’s Been Just As Big Of A ClusterF#*% As Obamacare ... 

 

:D  :D  :D 

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25 minutes ago, DinarThug said:

 

In The Words Of That Sage Joe Biden - This Is A Big F*#%ing Deal ! :o 

 

 

 

Although Up Until This Point - Iraq’s Been Just As Big Of A ClusterF#*% As Obamacare ... 

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

 

Just curious thug, with your eloquent use of the English language, are you a sailor or a stevedore on the docks  ?  LOL  :)

 

J/K

 

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28 minutes ago, pokerplayer said:

Just curious thug, with your eloquent use of the English language, are you a sailor or a stevedore on the docks ? LOL  :)

 

My Buddy LGD Hooked Me Up Phat With His Truck Driver Translation App ! :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

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4 minutes ago, DinarThug said:

 

My Buddy LGD Hooked Me Up Phat With His Truck Driver Translation App ! :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

what is Channel 25

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Cheat Sheet http://www.cbgazette.com/slang.html it means telephone lol
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Sabri: to get out of Chapter VII regained full sovereignty of Iraq

10/12/2017 0:00

Baghdad / morning

confirmed a spokesman for the Information Office of the Prime Minister, Saad Sabri, on Saturday, the UN Security Council resolution to remove Iraq from Chapter VII means to achieve full Iraqi sovereignty, pointing out that it came in conjunction with the announcement of salvation Daesh and free all Iraqi territory.

Said Sabri, in a press statement ,: «We can say that it has been achieved full sovereignty of Iraq and that Iraq is in front of a real opportunity to advance and regain its place after confidence returned him to the international community», indicating that «remove Iraq from Chapter VII means to ensure the protection of assets and money Iraqi, deposits, real estate assets and banking abroad and at home and become immune from prosecution because of lawsuits against the backdrop of Kuwait in the 1991 war and ensure restored to Iraq and not frozen ».

He added that «the decision entails also the return of confidence between Iraq and the international community, which began to escalate and opening the doors to major international companies to invest in Iraq», pointing out that «new horizons opened to Iraq in terms of foreign relations, especially since Iraq has become the focus of impress the international community after its ability to confront terrorism and eliminate it, and the opportunity has become favorable for economic revival in Iraq ».

http://www.alsabaah.iq/ArticleShow.aspx?ID=149016

 

3 hours ago, yota691 said:

Al-Hadithi: By getting out of Chapter VII, Iraq regained its full sovereignty

   
 

 
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spokesman for Prime Minister Saad al-Hadithi's press office said on Saturday that the Security Council's decision to remove Iraq from Chapter VII would mean achieving full Iraqi sovereignty, pointing out that it coincided with the declaration of salvation from calling for the liberation of all Iraqi territories. 
Al-Hadithi said in a press statement: "We can say that Iraqi sovereignty has been achieved in full and that Iraq has a real opportunity to rise and regain its status after restoring confidence to the international community." Iraq and deposits and real estate assets and banking abroad and inside and became immune from prosecution because of lawsuits against the background of the 1991 war in Kuwait and ensure their return to Iraq and not freeze.
He added that «the decision also entails the return of confidence between Iraq and the international community, which began to escalate and open doors to major international companies to invest in Iraq», pointing out that «new horizons opened to Iraq in terms of foreign relations, especially as Iraq has become the focus of admiration of the international community after Its ability to confront terrorism and eliminate it, and that the opportunity has become favorable for an economic renaissance in Iraq ».
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33 minutes ago, newbieDA said:

», indicating that «remove Iraq from Chapter VII means to ensure the protection of assets and money Iraqi, deposits, real estate assets and banking abroad and at home

If that doesn’t scream..... “International Currency”?! I don’t know what else it will take!!! 

 

Go RV..... preferable 3+ - 1 but I’d be happy at 1-1

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3 hours ago, Half Crazy Runner said:

So, what has to happen or what restrictions need to be removed for their currency to be accepted internationally again ..?

 

The Best Of Your Weekend To You, Half Crazy Runner! I trust Your trots have been enjoyable with Your really fine canine! :tiphat:

 

The one item that seems to be related to the actual international value of the IQD is Iraq's full World Trade Organization (WTO) status making Iraq go from a "closed economy" to an "open economy" where IQD is no longer exchanged for USD through the daily currency auctions for Iraq to pay for it's international obligations. Going from the "closed economy" to the "open economy" would stop the daily currency auctions since all the financial transactions would be electronic and instantaneous. Apparently, the real international value of the IQD needs to be in place for this to happen. I suspect full WTO status would be beneficial prior to reconstruction transactions and especially the rocketing Iraqi economy (when that takes off due to enterprises being established or reestablished based on Iraq's agricultural and other natural resources) since a "closed economy" daily auction would appear to be cumbersome, slow the transactions down tremendously, and provide for more corruption than there already is occurring in the daily currency auctions.

 

I may have missed any recent news on the status of Iraq's full WTO ascension and have been waiting for that news to appear. To me, that would suggest WTO status is imminent and the IQD could revalue at around that time.

 

I suspect the major corrupt characters need to be removed, at least some of the pilfered funds returned to the CBI, and a few legislative items (National Reconciliation, Article 140, HCL, etc) still need to be in place.

 

The steam roller of progress is a rollin' and I suspect there will be more and more good news until.....................................

 

SUDDENLY........................................................

BOOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

 

Go Moola Nova (YEAH!!!)!

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46 minutes ago, Synopsis said:

The one item that seems to be related to the actual international value of the IQD is Iraq's full World Trade Organization (WTO) status

 

With dealing with the Corruption along with Economic Reform and seeking Investment, it would seem the logic next step, totally agree.

 

50 minutes ago, Synopsis said:

Iraq's full WTO ascension

 

I am not sure what needs to be done exactly before or at the same time it happens yet, you and I may have to find out.

 

48 minutes ago, Synopsis said:

National Reconciliation

 

I had this debate before and found out that "National Reconciliation" is actually a term for them to agree together on Article 140 and HCL (as well as other issues) together as a country.

 

I am am expecting Article 140 very soon, then the HCL shortly after (Iraq time).

 

:pirateship:

 

1 hour ago, NEPatriotsFan1 said:

If that doesn’t scream..... “International Currency”?! I don’t know what else it will take!!! 

 

It is moving forward real fast now to that level, agree. :rocking-chair::jester:

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After the announcement of victory and his departure from the seventh item .. Iraq is moving to a new stage

 Since 2017-12-10 at 10:37 (Baghdad time)
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Baghdad - Mawazine News

The Iraqi Foreign Ministry announced the withdrawal of Iraq from Article VII of the Charter of the United Nations after twenty-seven years, indicating the realization of the Security Council that Iraq has a major role in stabilizing the security of the region and turning it into a safe area for business and investment.

Iraqi Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmad Mahjoub said that after a series of diplomatic successes achieved by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, its efforts culminated in the issuance of the Security Council decision to get Iraq out of Chapter VII.

Security Council resolution 2390 was adopted, stressing that the parties (Iraq and the United Nations) had implemented the measures imposed under Chapter VII under resolutions 1958 (2010) and 2335 (2016).

In an interview with "Mawazine News", Mahjoub said that "Iraq was under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, which placed Iraq under the tutelage of the Fund" Development of Iraq "program" oil for food, Iraq conducted negotiations that led to the withdrawal of Iraq in 2010 from the resolutions of 1956-1957 and part of the resolutions of "1958.

He explained that the decision yesterday 2390 provides for Iraq's commitment to all the resolutions of 1958, which means that Iraq has obtained in accordance with resolution 1935 on the remaining program of "oil for food" of $ 150 million, and therefore Baghdad on the threshold of exit from Chapter VII, But the debt file that Iraq is committed to Kuwait, amounting to 4.7 billion dollars, stressing the pursuit of the Iraqi Foreign Ministry with the brothers in Kuwait to a bilateral file, and thus will emerge Iraq completely from Chapter VII.

On the other hand, the economic expert Durgham Mohammed Ali, Saturday, Iraq's exit from Chapter VII is the most prominent economic event for the current year, indicating that it will pave the way for a safe area for business and investment.

"Iraq's exit from Chapter VII represents an international recognition of the achievement it has achieved for all its financial requirements," Ali said in an interview with Mawazin News. "He is qualified to keep his money abroad and his investments and real estate and banking assets from pursuing any side related to the economic sanctions that lasted for more than 27 years old. "

He explained that "Iraq entered a whole new phase with the issuance of this UN resolution is to obtain full eligibility to obtain a sovereign credit rating and open foreign accounts directly on behalf of the Iraqi government and on behalf of its banks and not through intermediaries as was being done to get rid of the prosecution of money," adding that "This decision will raise the importance of Iraq as a safe area for business and investment and being legally sound in the performance of its sovereign obligations, which encourages the industry of the international working environment in the country.

He also stressed the leader of the wisdom movement Ammar al-Hakim, that Iraq's exit from the seventh item is a precedent in its history and the history of the countries that entered under it, while stressing the need to invest victories in building a strong state.

He promised that the "Iraq out of the seventh item precedent in the history of this item and the countries that entered under it, and puts Iraq to a new stage in restoring its status and regional and international," noting that "Iraq is the most qualified countries to play the role of bridge of communication between the countries of the region why? Has the potential and relationships and a new reality imposed by the face of challenges, including the challenge of terrorism, which threatens regional and international security.

 

For its part, the Committee on Foreign Relations in the House of Representatives on Saturday, the resolution of the Security Council on item VII, a major achievement, stressing that it was taken after the realization of the Security Council that Iraq has a major role in stabilizing the security of the region.

"The law of the Security Council, the International Court of Justice, as well as the United Nations are the ones who make decisions that are binding on all," MP Ahmed Abdullah told Mawazine News. Countries".

Abdullah said that "Iraq has already under the seventh item, to make its money and the mechanism of disbursement under international commandments, and this happened after the invasion of Kuwait in 1991," pointing out that "after that began negotiations to remove Iraq from this item."

"The adoption of this resolution by the Security Council will make Iraq capable and capable, especially in its victory over the organization of the" terrorist ".

He described the Security Council's decision as "positive and significant," pointing out that "it was adopted after the Security Council realized that Iraq has a major role in stabilizing the security of the region."

The Prime Minister, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Haider Abadi, announced yesterday, the final victory over the organization of calling the terrorist, and the restoration of all Iraqi territory from his control.

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10 hours ago, Botzwana said:

Just joining late to the party.  HAd snow down here in ole Mexico.  Roof started leaking right where I sleep.  Ugh.  Spent the whole morning with a broom shoving ice and water away from my roof.  This is great news!  Giddy up!

You are never late to the party. The party starts when you get here. Remember, you are the most interesting man in the world. That other guy is a cheap Mexican knock off. 

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13 hours ago, Laid Back said:

Thanks DLH,

Chapter VII is out of the way. This Is bigger than people think.

Really close to see the real value of the IQD 

2018 is looking GOOD:twothumbs:

Go RV

Go $1:1

 

Agree, this war the top of my list for things to watch a long with National Oil and Gas Company and HCL

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