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Decisions of the Council of Ministers today {expanded}

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The Cabinet presents its weekly session and holds it today instead of tomorrow

03:46 - 24/12/2018

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News 
The cabinet held its regular session Monday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi. 
A statement by the Prime Minister's Office received / Mawazin News / "The Council of Ministers held its regular session under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi." 
The Council of Ministers convenes every Tuesday its regular sessions, but because of the advent of the birthdays were presented to today

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Abdelmahdi welcomes the vote on the ministers of education, migration and displaced

04:52 - 24/12/2018

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi on Monday welcomed a vote by the House of Representatives to approve candidates for the two portfolios of education, immigration and displaced persons in Monday's session. 
"He welcomes the parliament's vote to grant a vote to the ministers of education, immigration and displaced people," Abdul Mahdi said at a weekly press conference attended by Mawazine News. 
The House of Representatives voted earlier to give confidence to Shaima Khalil Al-Hayali, Minister of Education and Nouvel Bahaa Mousa Minister of Migration and Displaced, while refused to grant confidence to the candidate of the defense portfolio Faisal Jarba.

 
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Abdulmahdi: We expect visits of senior officials to Iraq soon

04:54 - 24/12/2018

 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Monday that the decision to withdraw from Syria has a direct impact on Iraq. 
"The US government officially informed the Iraqi government of the withdrawal of its combat troops from Syrian territory," 
he said, adding that "the Iraqi government has taken precautions to face any repercussions after the US withdrawal from Syria," adding that " US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo formally told the government to withdraw from Syria and provide support for Iraq, "pointing out that" Iraq is an independent country and did not receive any request for action after the US withdrawal from Syria. "
He added that "the Iraqi government has taken its precautions to face any repercussions of the result of the US withdrawal from Syria," noting that "Iraq enjoys serious relations with all neighboring countries and with the majority of the forces in Syria and has an important role in the Syrian file." 

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Editorial Date: 2018/12/24 17:10 91 times Read • Published in the section: Political News
Abdul Mahdi: The decision to withdraw from Syria has a direct impact on Iraq
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Date of release:: 2018/12/24 17:08 63 times read • Published in the section: Political News
Abdul Mahdi: Iraq has taken precautions to face any repercussions as a result of the US withdrawal from Syria
Abdul Mahdi: Iraq has taken precautions to face any repercussions as a result of the US withdrawal from Syria
 
 
Date of release:: 2018/12/24 17:07 60 times read • Published in the section: Political News
Abdul-Mahdi: Iraq enjoys good relations with all neighboring countries and with the majority of the forces in Syria
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Abdul-Mahdi: We asked ministers and governors to be in the field and follow-up projects themselves

04:55 - 24/12/2018

 
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BAGHDAD - Mawazine News 
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, on Monday, the new ministers and conservatives follow-up projects directly and presence in the field. 
"The Cabinet discussed during its meeting the results of meetings with local governments to enhance communication and solve problems," Abdul Mahdi said during a weekly press conference attended by Mawazine News. 
He pointed out that "the government is directly following the situation in the provinces of Basra and Nineveh to achieve all achievements at all levels." 
He added that "going down to the field is a positive and necessary to follow up all the issues," and called "the ministers and governors to follow up the projects directly and presence in the field." Finished 29 / m

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Abdul Mahdi: US decision to withdraw from Syria has a direct impact on Iraq

04:54 - 24/12/2018

 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Monday that the decision to withdraw from Syria has a direct impact on Iraq. 
"The US government officially informed the Iraqi government of the withdrawal of its combat troops from Syrian territory," 
he said, adding that "the Iraqi government has taken precautions to face any repercussions after the US withdrawal from Syria," adding that " US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo formally told the government to withdraw from Syria and provide support for Iraq, "pointing out that" Iraq is an independent country and did not receive any request for action after the US withdrawal from Syria. "
He added that "the Iraqi government has taken its precautions to face any repercussions of the result of the US withdrawal from Syria," noting that "Iraq enjoys serious relations with all neighboring countries and with the majority of the forces in Syria and has an important role in the Syrian file." 

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History of edits:: 2018/12/24 17:16  1926 once readable
Cabinet decides to disrupt the official working day tomorrow
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The Cabinet decided to disrupt the official working day of Tuesday on the occasion of the birthday of Jesus Christ.
The Council also decided, according to a press statement received by the agency {Euphrates News} copy of it today, "the adoption of a project as a public holiday annually." 
The cabinet also decided that "the holiday will be for the 25 and 26 December 2018 for the Christians."
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Just now, Pitcher said:

Why does this merit a red. Ridiculous.  Got you covered Yota

As hard as YOTA, works bringing us the news, tirelessly and you got one A hole with a red strike, hiding behind their computer, on a news story!! Really!!

got you covered also Yota, Merry Christmas, hopefully this will be a year to remember..Thanks

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There's obviously an a$$#0lE on here that thinks his red marks actually affect people's lives.

 

It's a desperate cry for attention but it doesn't work on me--I couldn't care less than i do right now--but if every red remark is ignored then he doesn't get any attention.  

 

Just ignore them and live the fine life you have 

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2018/12/24 16:55
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  • Section: Iraq
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Abdul Mahdi: We have an economic problem and we should not adopt patchwork solutions

BAGHDAD /  

Abdul Mahdi: We have an economic problem and we should not adopt patchwork solutions.

Prime Minister: We work to support civil society institutions to carry out their duties.

Abdul-Mahdi: US Secretary of State told us to withdraw from Syria.

Abdul Mahdi: Iraq has taken precautions to face any repercussions as a result of the US withdrawal from Syria.

Abdul-Mahdi: Iraq enjoys good relations with all neighboring countries and with the majority of the forces in Syria.

Abdul-Mahdi: We are working to activate the file of reconstruction and to face obstacles that delay the completion of projects.

Abdul Mahdi: We will hold talks with the Vatican and this is evidence of the development of Iraq's relations.

Prime Minister: We follow the situation in Basra and Ninewa and there is continuous work to achieve achievements.

Abdul-Mahdi: We discussed in the Council of Ministers agreements for enforced disappearance.

Prime Minister Olmert discusses the results of meetings with local governments.

Abdul-Mahdi: We asked ministers and governors to follow up projects and presence in the field.

PM: We expect visits by senior officials to Iraq in the near future.

Abdul-Mahdi: We discussed in the meeting of the Council of Ministers service reality.

Abdul-Mahdi: We welcome the vote on the Ministries of Immigration and Education.

Continued..

http://almasalah.com/ar/news/159296/عبد-المهدي-نعاني-من-مشكلة-اقتصادية-وعلينا-عدم-اعتماد-الحلول-الترقيعية

 

 
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41 minutes ago, yota691 said:

Abdul Mahdi: US decision to withdraw from Syria has a direct impact on Iraq

04:54 - 24/12/2018

 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Monday that the decision to withdraw from Syria has a direct impact on Iraq. 
"The US government officially informed the Iraqi government of the withdrawal of its combat troops from Syrian territory," 
he said, adding that "the Iraqi government has taken precautions to face any repercussions after the US withdrawal from Syria," adding that " US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo formally told the government to withdraw from Syria and provide support system" rel="">support for Iraq, "pointing out that" Iraq is an independent country and did not receive any request for action after the US withdrawal from Syria. "
He added that "the Iraqi government has taken its precautions to face any repercussions of the result of the US withdrawal from Syria," noting that "Iraq enjoys serious relations with all neighboring countries and with the majority of the forces in Syria and has an important role in the Syrian file." 

 

29 minutes ago, Pitcher said:

Why does this merit a red. Ridiculous.  Got you covered Yota

 

18 minutes ago, rw.sutton said:

As hard as YOTA, works bringing us the news, tirelessly and you got one A hole with a red strike, hiding behind their computer, on a news story!! Really!!

got you covered also Yota, Merry Christmas, hopefully this will be a year to remember..Thanks

Not sure what is going on here but I have your 6 covered. As the saying goes "Cover Me" - "Your Covered".

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2018/12/24 18:13
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Abdul-Mahdi: US Secretary of State told us to withdraw from Syria

 

 

BAGHDAD - Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Monday December 24, 2018, that the US Secretary of State told Iraq to withdraw from Syria, stressing Washington's commitment to support Iraq.

"The US Secretary of State told us to withdraw from Syria and stressed Washington's commitment to support Iraq," Abdul-Mahdi said in a speech during the weekly conference and his follow-up. "Iraq enjoys good relations with neighboring countries and with most of the forces in Syria and an important role in this. File ".

"Iraq has taken precautions to counter any repercussions of the withdrawal of US troops from Syria," he said, adding that "the decision to withdraw from Syria has a direct impact on Iraq."

"Iraq is an independent country and we have not received any request to move after the US withdrawal from Syria. We are working to support the institutions of the civil society to carry out their duties in carrying out their activities.

Follow the obelisk

http://almasalah.com/ar/news/159309/عبد-المهدي-وزير-الخارجية-الامريكي-ابلغنا-بالانسحاب-من-سوريا

 

 
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Thanks for the articles yota an Butiflfrm, seems this greenie, reddie, Bluey thing has high jacked the thread.

Folks give it a rest, I wish Adam would take away that button because it appears to be stressful for a lot of folks.....

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The return of some 730 Christian homes confiscated by al-Dawash in Nineveh

19:02 - 24/12/2018
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announced the Nineveh province, Monday, for the repatriation of more than 730 home for Christians displaced from their homes confiscated by the "Daesh" criminal gangs. 
"The province has formed a special committee that includes representatives from all concerned circles to return the houses of Christians that were confiscated by criminal gangs," said the coordinator of the Diwan of the Christian Communities Committee, Brigadier Fares Zaki. 
He added that "the number of houses that have been returned amounted to more than 730 homes by the Provincial Committee and the Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers." 
Zaki said that "the houses that were returned to their owners mostly in Talev and Bashiqa and other areas of the province," adding that "work is underway to restore the rest of their homes."

https://www.almaalomah.com/2018/12/24/376550/

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The prime minister is talking about economic problems and not relying on patchwork solutions

17:14 - 24/12/2018
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BAGHDAD - 
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi said on Monday that the government is suffering from major economic problems, calling for not relying on patchwork solutions to solve those problems. 
"The government is suffering from major economic problems," Abdul Mahdi said during the weekly press conference attended by the agency "Information", pointing out that "these problems need real radical solutions." 
He added that "the government is working to activate the file ages and address the problems and obstacles that delay the completion of projects," calling for "not to rely on patchwork solutions to solve economic problems." End 25 T

https://www.almaalomah.com/2018/12/24/376512/

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5 minutes ago, Pitcher said:

Thank you everyone for all you do, especially Butifldrm and Yota.  

 

Merry Christmas to you all!!!

Your welcome

 

i try

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2 hours ago, Pitcher said:

Thank you everyone for all you do, especially Butifldrm and Yota.  

 

Merry Christmas to you all!!!

 

Merry Christmas Pitcher and All Of DV!  May your Christmas's be Blessed!

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Date of release: 2018/12/24 21:17  159 times read
Decisions of the Council of Ministers today {expanded}
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The Council of Ministers in its ordinary session held on Monday afternoon, chaired by Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, a number of resolutions, as discussed topics prepared for its agenda and issues and political and security developments.
A statement by the Office of the Prime Minister received the agency {Euphrates News} copy of him that Abdul-Mahdi "presented at the beginning of the meeting congratulations to the ministers voted by the House of Representatives and attended today's session, expressing the hope to complete the government formation soon after the vote on the Ministers of Education and Migration. 
The Prime Minister reviewed Iraq's position and preparations after the US decision to withdraw from Syria and the measures and plans to be taken to protect Iraq and to avoid any damage or repercussions of this decision on our security and stability and security of the region in general. 
The Cabinet voted "
The Council of Ministers approved the nomination of representatives of ministries and governorates for the purpose of completing the services file in the government program and approved the annual report of the Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Council. 
In the area of human rights and freedoms, the Council of Ministers discussed "the reports of the Republic of Iraq on the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights."

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Video: Abdul Mahdi: sending Iraqi troops to Syria a possible possibility

Editorial Date: 2018/12/24 21:07  290 times read
Video: Abdul Mahdi: sending Iraqi troops to Syria a possible possibility
The commander of the armed forces, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, said that the withdrawal of US troops from Syria to Iraq "a possible possibility."
"We have not received any request or vision in this regard, and the United States should not have to interfere with Iraq to intervene," Abdul-Mahdi said in response to a question during his weekly press conference after the cabinet meeting on Monday about the news of a US request for Iraq to send troops to Syria to fill the vacuum there. In Syria or not because it is an independent country and makes its decisions in consultation with friends and neighbors. " 
He added that such a request would be "as a possibility, but there is no request, and this news is still more informative than the views and policies of any of the parties." 
"We received a telephone call from US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo a few days ago and informed us of the decision to withdraw from Syria before his official announcement, stressing that the United States will continue to fight Da'ash," he said.
He pointed out that "Iraq is unique in relation to all parties, despite the intersection of relations between these parties," indicating "if there is security tension in Syria and a large migration or move to be wary of Iraq, but we have taken clear measures to prevent any repercussions of the US decision." 
"There is no confirmation in this direction and certainly US forces will have a large movement in this period, but we have not reported any stability for more US forces," Abdul Mahdi said. In Iraq has not been raised on us so far. " 
"The coalition forces and the US forces in particular have activities in Iraq with the consent of the Iraqi government may benefit from these events to facilitate the process of withdrawal" from Syria.
In the service portfolio, the prime minister said that "the administrative problem is the basis of the economic problem and it is a complete limitation of any economic and financial vision." He pointed out that "Iraq is developing annually at a rate of one million people and other countries anticipate developments and develop development plans for decades to scientific and technological developments. In addition to what we will face in the future, such as the increase in population, for example, we have taken preparations for the number of schools and health buildings and housing and employment opportunities How this and we have accumulated problems for decades? 
"We have to solve the problems of the past and the problems of the present and prepare for the future. We have more unemployed and thousands of graduates every year. We must put things back to normal and we will not stay in the policies of patchwork and return to production more than consumption."
"We have a shortage of thousands of schools, in addition to the need of the country every year to build hundreds of schools, then problems will accumulate if the previous problems are not solved. We will have a problem later, so without seeing a guide there is no hope of developing the economic and production system in the country." 
He added, "We discussed the issue of services in the Cabinet meeting today, and we appointed a director general in each ministry to follow up the services file. Last week we started field visits to a number of deprived areas in Baghdad to get acquainted with the reality of citizens and meet their needs. And that its solution lies in resolving the bottlenecks between the parties implementing the services projects. " 
"All ministers, officials and governors must be in the field and follow and not rely on written reports because they will hear from people assessments and words other than what is written in official reports," the prime minister said.
To view the text of the press conference of the Prime Minister click here
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