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19 minutes ago, ChuckFinley said:

There must be. The problem is he probably has a file on them. 

 

The way I figure it - he’s got something on EVERYONE and if he meets with an “ azzident “ or gets hauled up on charges: He’ll bring out the guys that do “ Dirty Deeds Done Cheap “ and No one will be left alive. 

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3 hours ago, Pitcher said:

Brett McGurk, U.S. President Donald Trump's special envoy for the fight against Daesh, met with Iraqi leaders on Tuesday with a view to expediting the formation of Iraq’s next government.

I'm kind'a liking this sentence from above. Recent articles also seem to indicate McGurk is working hard with the PTB in Iraq to get the new government seated, like yesterday.

I'm thinking there is some pressure being applied by the US beyond what we are hearing and seeing,  :cool: 

I say; cut the :bs: and show me  the REAL exchange rate of the IQD.

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Editorial Date: 2018/8/29 10:00  187 times read
Al-Obeidi to MacGork: Waiver to politicians or blocs of personal gains threatens the survival of the next government
The leader of the coalition of victory Khalid al-Obeidi, with the envoy of US President Brett McGurk and US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman and the accompanying delegation the latest results of negotiations to form the largest bloc, and visions of different political blocs and their conditions to support the next Iraqi government.
"Iraq can not exceed its political, economic, service and security problems only through an effective national government that represents all Iraqis and bears the responsibility of implementing quick plans and future programs to restore Iraqis' hope for their state," al-Obeidi told the US president's envoy. And their political system. " 
He warned at the same time that "the concession to some politicians or blocs that seek to obtain personal gains and punitive factors at the expense of the Iraqi people will lead to serious consequences that may threaten the survival and work of the next Iraqi government."
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Massoud Barzani repels Trump's envoy strongly: Do not speak so in front of me

Massoud Barzani repulsed Trump's envoy strongly: Do not talk so in front of me

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The leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, rejected a request from the US president's envoy to join the Kurds towards a Shiite camp that ends with the formation of the Iraqi government. 
A source close to the decision-making department in the province of Kurdistan, the Twilight News, that Barzani recently held a meeting in Arbil with US envoy Brett McGurk at the request of the latter, centered on the formation of the Iraqi government and the composition of the largest bloc. 
He added that McGurk, asked Barzani to join the Kurds to the alliance of the nucleus consisting of Sadr, Hakim, Abbadi, Allawi, and not to go towards the alliance led by Fatah, Amiri, Khazali, Maliki. 
The source said that Barzani seemed annoyed by the words of Trump's envoy, and told him "do not talk to me this way."
He added that Barzani also told the envoy of Trump, "The Kurds, especially the Kurdistan Democratic Party does not have red lines on a person or a party and will ally with those who meet the demands of the Kurds and guarantees the rights of the people of Kurdistan." 
And was unable to political entities to reach an agreement leading to the formation of the largest bloc, the first steps to form a new government in the country. 
There were disagreements in the Iraqi political circles over the candidates for the formation of the next government, amid the visit of US special envoy to Iraq, Brett McCorgh, in conjunction with the visit of the commander of the "Quds Force" Iranian Qassem Soleimani, aimed at forming a government. 
This comes at a time formed blocks "Asron" supported by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, the coalition, "victory" led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, and "wisdom" led by Ammar al-Hakim, and "patriotism"
Sadr and Abadi represent the first axis of the Shiite blocs winning in the elections that took place in May, while the second axis consists of the alliance, "the conquest," which includes factions of the popular political crowd led by Secretary General of the Badr Organization Hadi Amiri, and a coalition of state law led by Vice President Nuri al-Maliki. 
The bipartisan dispute continues over the formation of a major bloc nominating as prime minister of the new government. Which needs 165 seats, out of a total of 329 seats in the new Iraqi parliament.

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Date of release: 2018/8/31 9:11 • 259 times read
MacGurke strongly denies meeting Amiri
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response of Brett McGurk, the envoy of US President Donald Trump to Iraq, denying his meeting with the leader of the Fatah alliance, Hadi Amiri.
"Well, this meeting and many other meetings that have been reported in the Iraqi media over the past few days have never happened," McGork wrote through his Twitter account. 
The information office of the head of the Badr Organization, head of the Fatah alliance Hadi al-Amiri, says that "the Secretary General of the Badr Organization, head of the Fatah alliance Hadi al-Amiri, met with the envoy of US President Brett McGurk." 
Amiri threatened, according to a statement issued by his office on Thursday, "to overthrow any government formed according to US intervention." 
The statement quoted Amiri as rejecting "any American interference in forming the government."
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Amiri to the Trump envoy: any government formed by you a client and fall within two months

07:36 - 30/08/2018

 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
The leader of the Fatah alliance, Hadi al-Amiri, confirmed Thursday that any government formed by Washington would be a puppet and would be shot down within two months. 
"The latter met with US President Bill Clinton's envoy, Brig. Gen. Trump, and confirmed his rejection of any US interference in the formation of the government," the statement said. 
"If you agree to your intervention, we will consider any government that is a client before you and we will drop it within two months," Amiri told Trump, according to the statement.

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Trump's envoy denies in a glee meeting with Hadi al-Amiri

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Baghdad Mawazine News 

US envoy to the Middle East, Brett McGurk, denied meeting with Fatah leader Hadi al-Amiri. 
Al-Amiri's office said in a statement that the latter informed MacGorek in a meeting on Thursday that he rejected any US intervention in forming the government. 
"If you insist on your intervention, we will consider any government to be a client before you and we will drop it within two months," the statement quoted Amiri as saying. 
"This and many other meetings that have been talked about in the Iraqi media over the last few days have never happened," McGovern said in a tweet at his Twitter account. 
In the past few days, the American mediator, Brett McGurk, who has been in Iraq since the middle of this month, the commander of the Quds Force, Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, and his three aides, Erj Musjdi, Karim Rezai and Mahmoud Akbarzadeh, Shiites.
While Tehran supports both Nuri al-Maliki (the coalition of state law) and the leader of Badr Hadi al-Amiri (also leads the Fatah coalition), Washington is supporting, unauthorizedly, the second Shiite camp and its most prominent symbols, Haider Abadi, Ammar al-Hakim, Muqtada al-Sadr and Iyad Allawi.

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Date of release: 2018/8/31 12:31  260 times read
Mutlaq to MacGurke: It is time to correct the mistakes of the past
The leader of the National Dialogue Front, Saleh al-Mutlaq in his office today, Brett McGurk, the envoy of US President Donald Trump, the Iraqi political scene in addition to the regional and international political process in the country.
A statement from his office received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it, that al-Mutlaq pointed out during the meeting that "Iraq suffered a lot and over the years of problems of sectarianism, sectarianism, corruption and the gaps of the Constitution, and it is time to correct the mistakes of the past and the development of effective solutions to the contract that hit the service institutions, security and economic "He said. 
"Iraq has all the elements of advancement and progress, but it is still at the bottom of the list because of the wrong policies that dealt with the files of wealth and human rights, preserving dignity and providing a good living, not to mention the problems of security chaos and the accompanying forces of terrorism and darkness and cracking the social system."
He called on the international community and the friends of Iraq to help and advice to provide a healthy atmosphere for a political process based on realistic national bases that deal fairly with all components of the Iraqi people and get rid of the performance of its duty towards the Iraqi citizen who has long suffered and the time to stop. 
For his part, envoy McGurk expressed the hope that the political parties reach a unified vision to ensure the Iraqi people good and progress, "stressing at the same time the position of his country supporting Iraq."
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The formation of the new government is an Iraqi affair
 

 

 
 

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It revealed the US State Department telephone contact that took place between the Minister Mike Pompeo details, and the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Massoud Barzani.

He said ministry spokeswoman Heather Nanwirt said in a statement that the two sides discussed the latest developments in Iraq and the region extensively, pointing out that the minister Pompeo assured Barzani that the formation of the new Iraqi government, an Iraqi affair must be in accordance with the schedules of constitutional time and a reflection of the will of Iraqi voters.

She added that the United States hopes to see a strong government that includes all components, and serves all Iraqis.

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  • yota691 changed the title to Masum Maggork: We are committed to inviting Parliament to hold the officially declared constitutional time

Masum Maggork: We are committed to inviting Parliament to hold the officially declared constitutional time

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
President Fuad Masum met Saturday with US President Bill Clinton's envoy, Brett McGurk, to urge the House of Representatives to convene in a timely manner the constitution officially announced, while the latter renewed US support for the stability of Iraq. 
"The infamous envoy of US President Donald Trump to Iraq, Brett MacGork, and his accompanying delegation, including US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Seelman, received a copy of a statement issued by Mawazine News. 
"The meeting reviewed the ways to strengthen the relations of cooperation between the two countries and the two friendly peoples, as well as the overall political and security developments in Iraq and the region," the statement said, expressing appreciation for the continued US support for Iraq in various fields.
"The commitment to invite the Iraqi Council of Representatives elected in the constitutional time officially announced," he stressed, "the importance of concerted efforts of Iraqis to address the Iraqi government next to achieve all the legitimate aspirations of the Iraqi people stability and progress and the provision of services." 
"The United States supports the stability of Iraq and continues to provide the necessary assistance to Iraqis in all fields within the framework of the strategic agreement between the two countries," said Brett McGurk. 
The President of the Republic, Fuad Masoum, (Monday, 27 August 2018), Presidential Decree No. (62) for the year 2018, inviting the House of Representatives for its fourth session to be held on 3/9/2018 and to preside over the session the oldest member.

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Editorial date: 2018/9/1 15:34 • 77 times scheduled
Masoum confirms Trump's envoy to the invitation of the elected parliament on Monday
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The President of the Republic Fayad Maasom commitment commitment to invite the House of Representatives elected to convene in the constitutional time officially announced on Monday (September 3).
"President of the Republic Fuad Masum on Saturday received the special envoy of US President Donald Trump to Iraq, Brett McGurk and his accompanying delegation, which also included the US ambassador to Iraq, Douglas Seelman," the statement said. Ways to strengthen the relations of cooperation between the two countries and the two friendly peoples as well as the overall political and security developments in Iraq and the region. " 
During the meeting, Masoum expressed "appreciation for the continued support of the United States in various fields." 
While stressing the infallible commitment to invite the Iraqi Council of Representatives elected in the constitutional time announced officially, he pointed to the importance of concerted efforts of Iraqis to address the Iraqi government next to achieve all the legitimate aspirations of the Iraqi people stability and progress and the provision of services.

"The United States supports the stability of Iraq and continues to provide necessary assistance to Iraqis in all fields within the framework of the strategic agreement between the two countries," Brett McGurk said.
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Pompeo Labadi: We support the formation of a moderate government according to the constitutional timing

 

BAGHDAD / Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi received Saturday a phone call from US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

During the meeting, a statement by the Prime Minister's Office of the Prime Minister "discussed the strengthening of bilateral cooperation between the two countries in various economic, service and security, unity, stability, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq."

Coordination of efforts was also discussed to eliminate the remaining presence of an advocate within Syrian territory near the Iraqi border.

 The US Secretary of State, according to the statement, "his country's support for a strong, stable and prosperous Iraq as in the strategic framework agreement between the two countries."

A statement issued by the State Department earlier on Saturday quoted Pompeo as confirming his country's support for Iraq's efforts to form a moderate and national government according to constitutional timing.

For his part, foreign ministry spokeswoman Heather Naort said in a statement that Pompeo assured Abadi of "the importance of maintaining the sovereignty of Iraq during this critical time."

In contact with Allawi, the US Secretary of State discussed political developments in Iraq and relations between Erbil and Baghdad .

Pompeo stressed in his speech with Allawi that the formation of a new government is "an Iraqi sovereign process must proceed according to the constitutional timetable and reflect the will of Iraqi voters."

The new Iraqi parliament is due to convene on Monday after legislative elections in May .

The session will be held under the chairmanship of the oldest member to elect the President and Vice-Chairmen .

And waiting for the Iraqi political arena to resolve the understandings between the forces to complete the constitutional entitlements resulting from the convening of the Council and the subsequent selection of the President of the Council and his deputies.

 

 

 

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US Secretary of State calls Abadi and discusses with him a number of files

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday telephoned Prime Minister Haider Abadi, while the two sides discussed a number of issues. 

The Prime Minister received a telephone call from the US Secretary of State. During the meeting, they discussed bilateral cooperation between the two countries in various economic, service, security, unity, stability, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Iraq. 

He added that coordination of efforts to eliminate the remaining presence of an advocate within Syrian territory near the Iraqi border was discussed. 

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head of the Kurdistan Democratic Alliance (KDP), Massoud Barzani, has persuaded US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that Abadi could not take over a second term, a political source said Sunday.

He told the source, "Al-Gharab Press," that "the US Secretary of State contacted the former president of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani and discussed with him on the formation of the next government and the extent of the possibility of Abadi to take it." 

"Barzani has convinced Pompeo that Abadi can not take over a second term, because Abadi has armed militias that can not be dealt with. The other side, which is open and law, has militias that can be dealt with," he said. Decided to proceed with the alliance with other parties to support the selection of a prime minister has nothing to do with Iran. " 

"Pompeo, after calling Barzani, called Abadi and told him that he could not assume a second term because the parties did not agree," he said.

It is noteworthy that the victory coalition headed by Abbadi witnessing a great division after the problems between him and Fayadh, where a source in the coalition that Abadi has only 8 seats within the coalition, while the national axis and Kurdish parties to the alliance of conquest and law, according to political sources.
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A political source revealed on Sunday the movements of large international teams in the neighborhoods of Baghdad high-end for the purpose of forming the next government, while confirmed that the two teams have kept all possibilities are in. 

He told the source, "Al-Gharab Press," that "the revival of high-rise Baghdad is witnessing movement and political meetings led by the large two teams consists of Qassem Soleimani and a member of the political council in the Lebanese Hezbollah Mohammed al-Kawtharani."


"The second team is led by the envoy of US President Brett Magurk in coordination with Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo," adding that "these movements seek to form the next government." 

He pointed out that "the resolution of the formation of the largest bloc is likely to be announced during the early hours of the third of September," stressing that "all expectations and prospects are open and change the map of alliances likely." 

The source said that "Soleimani team is pressing to attract allies with the largest bloc conquest and the law and part of the victory, while the team seeks Magurk as directed Pompeo to bring all parties to the alliance Hotel Babylon."

It is noteworthy that Iraq is witnessing tomorrow the first parliament session of the deputies winning the 2018 elections, amid major political differences on the formation of the largest bloc for the announcement of the next government.

 

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BAGHDAD - The United States appears to be the closest, at the time of writing, to its goal in Iraq by re-nominating Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi for a second term in office, contrary to Iran's will. While the Iranian pressure on Muqtada al-Sadr, the leader of the Sadrist movement and the main supporter of Abadi, is about to bear fruit, the wisdom movement led by Ammar al-Hakim announced the completion of the formation of the "nucleus of the largest parliamentary bloc," which has the right to appoint the prime minister.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo revealed that the special envoy of President Donald Trump in Iraq, Brett McGuck, "is doing a great job on the ground," asserting that McGuck "represents me, and represents the president."

It was clear that the US minister was commenting on the complaints of Iraqi parties that informed Washington that "the Trump representative speaks with Iraqi politicians in a strong tone, demanding them to support Abadi."

Although McCarthyk denied meeting any Iraqi officials in Baghdad, party media reported that "the atmosphere of the Trump envoy's meetings with Sunni Iraqi and Kurdish officials" was not a positive one, most notably the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani.

An Iraqi political analyst, who asked not to be identified, said that "in this tight time there will be no big surprises. The United States has settled its position in the direction of working to tighten the screws on the pro-Iranian team. This comes in line with US military moves to tighten control over the border triangle separating Iraq, Jordan and Syria. Which indicates that the United States is serious about cutting off the road between Iran and its arms in Syria and Lebanon. "

He added to the "Arabs" that "Ebadi's insistence on distancing himself and his future government from the blow of the US sanctions imposed on Iran reveals his joining forces with the rejection of the continuation of Iranian hegemony, which is in the interest of the United States, which apparently does not give Iran a chance to vent what can cause Sanctions from economic collapses by relying on the Iraqi economy. "

McGowork is trying to garner the support needed to reassert Abadi, led by the government, by pressing Sunni and Kurdish political parties, angering neighboring Iran, which is trying to respond in a similar fashion.

The United States no longer disguised its desire to support Abadi until the second term, which angered Iran's allies in Iraq, who threatened to topple any Iraqi government formed by the United States.

But these threats did not affect US efforts "and may have accelerated," according to a prominent Shiite political expression, coinciding with the date of the first session of the elected parliament, Monday.

"Iran's efforts to thwart Abadi's second term were almost as rewarding as it appeared to have succeeded in casting doubt on the position of Muqtada al-Sadr, who is the prime ally of the Iraqi prime minister," says the Shiite politician.

He says that "a recent visit to Beirut by Sadr may have held meetings with leaders of the Lebanese Hezbollah, backed by Iran." "Most likely, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah personally tried to influence Sadr's support for Abadi, and perhaps the leader of the Sadrist movement was affected," he said.

Sadr's leaders refused to comment on the news, saying that "Sadr continues to support the reform project, without referring to the explicit support of my slaves."

The Iraqi political analyst said: "If there are doubts that some would turn to Sadr's previous position, which could lead to the disruption of the current equation, the situation of the glaring Iraqi street as a result of the continuing protests does not allow the chest to undertake an adventure of that kind, Of political suicide in the interests of Sadr's personal opponents. "

Hakim said that the efforts of Sadr and Abadi to form the largest bloc have made significant progress by ensuring the support of 148 deputies in the new House of Representatives, even before the date of the first parliament session hours.

These MPs belong to the Sadrists supported by Sadr, the "victory" led by Abadi, the "wisdom" led by al-Hakim, the "national" led by Iyad Allawi, and "Tamdun" led by Fayek Sheikh Ali, Former defense minister Khaled al-Obeidi.

This number will not be enough to hold the meeting and achieve a quorum, as the law provides that the quorum requires one half plus one of the members of the parliament of 329 deputies. Therefore, Sunni and Kurdish support will be decisive in weighing any project to form the largest bloc.

Informed sources say former parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri, a leader of the Sunni axis, is trying to convince his Sunni partners to support Abbadi. The sources added that al-Jubouri, who ran for Allawi's list during the May elections but did not win but his list achieved six seats, became the closest Sunni political leaders who chose to stand with Abadi in order to satisfy the American desire.

Observers cast serious doubts about the ability of the winning parties to hold the first meeting full quorum. But the team that supports Abadi says that the failure of Iran's allies to return the frozen commission to the elections blocked the opportunity for personal understanding with the deputies and the decision to belong to the largest bloc in the hands of the leaders of the parliamentary lists, which means that an Iranian attempt to cause a split in the list of slaves or Sadr or Hakim, Will not be of value.

On the contrary, supporters of Abadi are trying to attract the leader of Badr Hadi al-Amiri, who heads the Fatah-backed alliance, to the alliance of the largest bloc, ahead of the first meeting.

"Amiri is trying to be part of any new Iraqi government, and if the opening fails to form the largest bloc, he may not mind joining the US-backed project," said Shi'ite political sources.

The Sadrists are trying to differentiate between Amiri and Qais al-Khazali, the leader of Asaib Ahl al-Haq, within the Fatah alliance. While they do not mind the alliance with the former, they absolutely refuse to negotiate with the latter in any case.

Kurdish politicians continue to hold negotiating sessions with Shiite and Sunni political parties in search of adequate guarantees to implement their demands.

The sources say Kurdish demands focus on the return of the Peshmerga forces to the oil-rich city of Kirkuk after being expelled from them following the referendum on the independence of the Kurdistan region, as the Kurds are trying to improve the conditions of their annual share of the budget and agree on arrangements to allow them to export oil extracted from their regions independently of Baghdad.

The sources added that the Kurds want their guarantees to be videotaped before they join any Shiite faction to form a government.

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Al-Amiri warned McGurk: We will fall within two months any government "agent" constitute an American intervention

 

 

Al-Ameri warns MacGurk: We will fall within two months any government, "agent" constitute a US intervention 
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Secretary-General of the Badr Organization and President of the Fatah Alliance, Hadi al-Amiri, warned the United States to topple any Iraqi government formed by American intervention within two months. 

"Secretary-General of the Badr Organization, head of the Fatah alliance, Hadi al-Amiri, met on Thursday with the envoy of US President Brett McGurk," Amiri's office said in a press statement.

Amiri said during the meeting to reject "any US intervention in the formation of the government," followed "if you agree to your intervention, we will consider any government that you constitute a client and fall within two months."

"This meeting and many other meetings that the Iraqi media have talked about in the last few days have never been held," McGowork said in a tweet on the blogging site Twitter.

The two parties are racing to form a broad alliance known as the "largest bloc" to form the next government, the first led by the alliance, "Sason" supported by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr and the winner of the first place with 54 seats, and the coalition, "victory" led by Abadi, The second trend leads the alliance of "conquest", which includes the political arms of the popular mobilization factions led by Hadi al-Amiri, which was dissolved second with 48 seats, and coalition, "State of Law" led by al-Maliki, who came fourth with 26 seats. 

The results of the parliamentary elections, which took place on 12 May last, were categorical after the Federal Court approved it on 19 August.

The winning blocs in the elections are still trying to form a broad coalition within parliament that can pass the new government. 

Any coalition will need a majority of the members of parliament to ensure the government passes, ie the votes of 165 members out of at least 329. 

And before the winning blocs 90 days from the date of ratification of the Federal Court on the results of the elections to form a new government.

 

 

 

We thank you for your follow-up and we hope that we will be at your good faith. We have passed on to you the news of Al Amiri warning McGowork: We will drop within two months any government "agent" formed by American intervention. 

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      "The United States has taken action against four people in Iraq who are involved in serious human rights abuses or corruption," said Seagal Mandler, Treasury Undersecretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, in a statement to the US Department of State.
      "We will continue to hold accountable those associated with gross human rights violations, including the persecution of religious minorities and corrupt officials who take advantage of their public confidence to store their pockets and hold power at the expense of their citizens," he said.
      "There have been many actions related to the corruption and ill-treatment of these punishable individuals in areas where persecuted religious communities are struggling to recover from the atrocities committed by Da'ash, so today's sanctions demonstrate their solidarity with all Iraqis who oppose corruption and human rights abuses committed by employees And affirms the administration's commitment to support the restoration of oppressed religious communities in Iraq. "
      The Treasury Department revealed the reasons for listing the four as follows:
      Ryan Chaldean
      "Ryan Chaldean was sanctioned for being a foreign person responsible for, or accomplices to, or directly or indirectly involved in serious human rights violations," the ministry said.
      She noted that "Chaldean is the commander of the 50th Brigade. In May 2018, a video was distributed among Iraqi civil society organizations for human rights, in which Chaldean was cut off by a handcuffed detainee."
      "The 50th Brigade is the main obstacle to the return of internally displaced persons to the Nineveh Plain and has regularly looted homes in Batnaya, which is struggling to recover from brutal rule," she said.
      "The 50th Brigade reportedly seized and sold farmland illegally and accused the local population of intimidating, blackmailing and harassing women."
      Kado promised
      "Sanctions have been imposed on Qadu's promise that he is a foreigner, a leader or an entity official, including any government entity, who has been involved in / or committed serious human rights violations with respect to the leader or the official," the US Department said.
      She noted that "Qado is the commander of Brigade 30. The brigade has extracted funds from the population around the city of Bartala, in the Nineveh Plain, through extortion, illegal arrests and kidnapping."
      "Major General 30 has often detained people without warrants or fraudulent orders, and imposed arbitrary customs duties at checkpoints," she said.
      According to the ministry, "local people claim that the 30th Brigade is responsible for committing horrendous crimes, including physical intimidation, extortion, theft, kidnapping and rape."
      Nofal Hammadi Sultan
      On the former governor of Ninewa, the ministry said, "Nofal Hammadi has been sentenced to the Sultan as a foreigner / current or former government official, or person acting for or on behalf of that official, who is responsible for, or who is involved in, Directly or indirectly in corruption, including the misappropriation of state assets or the confiscation of private assets for personal gain or corruption related to government contracts, extraction of natural resources or bribery. "
      "The Sultan is the former governor of Nineveh After the ferry accident in Mosul, the center of Nineveh, which killed about 100 people, the Iraqi parliament removed the Sultan from office."
      "The ferry, loaded with five times more than its capacity, was transporting families to an island on the Tigris when it sank," he said, adding that the Iraqi authorities issued an arrest warrant for the former governor, who fled shortly after the incident.
      "In a letter addressed to members of parliament after the ferry incident, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi accused the Sultan of negligence and dereliction of duty and said there was evidence that the former governor was misusing the funds and misusing his authority."
      "On March 27, 2019, the Ninewa investigation court said al-Akeb and several other officials were suspected of misuse of their powers and waste of public money." The Sultan has faced widespread corruption allegations since 1994. "

      Ahmed al-Jubouri "Abu Mazen"
      "Ahmed al-Jubouri was penalized as a foreigner who is a current or former government employee, a person acting on behalf of or in charge of or in charge of / or an accomplice in / who has direct or indirect participation Directly involved in corruption, including the misappropriation of state assets or the confiscation of private assets for personal gain or corruption related to government contracts, extraction of natural resources or bribery. "
      She said that "Jubouri, also known as Abu Mazen, is the former ruler of Salahuddin in Iraq, and the current member of parliament, who participated in corruption."
      Al-Jubouri was dismissed as a governor and sentenced to prison in June 2017 after being convicted of misuse of power and federal funds and taking over land for personal use.
      "Jabouri is known to protect his personal interests by absorbing Iranian-backed agents operating outside the control of the state," she said. 
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