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8 hours ago, davis411 said:

What simpleton would Rubie this

wow

good thing i am not mr adam

i would ban your negative idiot ways so quick 

rubies don’t hurt

but it shows your thoughts and character 

you whoever are really a simple simple creation of god

why I don’t know

but if you want to talk pm me

i am a good listener 

and we all got problems

 

i have a ton

 

davis out 

 

7 hours ago, zul said:

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Am with u......

 

Chuck is a respected member here..

Could have been an honest mistake. Big thumbs and little buttons make typing fun.  I am giving you all an up vote to smooth out the karma.  😉

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4 hours ago, ChuckFinley said:

Thanks Zul.  :tiphat:

Well maybe not a mistake looks like someone hit  you again Chuck.:shrug:

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5 minutes ago, A D said:

 

Could have been an honest mistake. Big thumbs and little buttons make typing fun.  I am giving you all an up vote to smooth out the karma.  😉

 

Great way to make yur mark here A D , thank you

 

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10 hours ago, zul said:

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Am with u......

 

Chuck is a respected member here..

 

Yes he is.....He likes beer 🍺 🍻 

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https://gov.krd/the-governments-mission/erbil-baghdad-relations/

 

 

 

 

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A constructive and stable partnership with Baghdad

This government marks a new era for the Kurdistan region and that means renewing our relationship with our partners in the government of the Federal Republic of Iraq. The administration’s priority is to develop a constructive and stable partnership with Baghdad built on a foundation of mutual respect and meaningful cooperation. This includes a clear understanding of both parties’ rights and duties.

We share a set of mutual interests with Baghdad covering trade, the security of our borders and the economic prosperity of our citizens. Those interests can only be realised through partnership, not ongoing contestation. There are long-term issues that need to be addressed and this government is committed to exploring new avenues of dialogue. The aim must be to leave behind past disputes in favour of developing new approaches to shared challenges.

The constitution will be the fundamental basis of negotiations with Baghdad, which will be led by a dedicated, high-level KRG negotiation team. Engagement will focus on the following issues:

Annual budget allocation for Kurdistan

We settle the division of revenue formula that determines the annual budget allocation, securing a fair and lasting deal for Kurdistan.

Distribution of oil and gas resources

We will seek the full implementation of Articles 111 and 112, reinforcing Kurdistan’s rights regarding the equitable distribution and development of oil and gas resources. If supported, our agenda will result in increased transparency and investment in the oil and gas sector, as well as an expansion in oil exports for both Iraq and Kurdistan.

Military and security cooperation

We will work to strengthen our capability to combat shared threats, address security dynamics in disputed territories and ensure the Peshmerga are included in Iraq’s defence policy.

Territorial disputes

We will work to resolve territorial disputes in line with the roadmap laid out in Article 140 of the constitution. Until that roadmap has been implemented, the government will prioritise joint-coordination of security and administration in those disputed areas with Baghdad.

Political cooperation

We will work to consolidate our political cooperation with the government in Baghdad, emphasising the principles of partnership, consensus and balance that underpin the constitution.

Compensation for martyrs

In line with article 132 of the constitution, we will reinforce our constitutional right to compensation for martyrs, victims of Anfal and those affected by the previous regimes.

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12 hours ago, A D said:

Well maybe not a mistake looks like someone hit  you again Chuck.:shrug:

I have a fan out there.  :lol:. Has been making the run on me as well as others. No big deal. I am more focussed on doing my Nomad Capitalist (educational  info for people wanting to learn) updates in OSI and seeing this end on a positive note for all of us, even the Red Baron.

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1 hour ago, ChuckFinley said:

I have a fan out there.  :lol:. Has been making the run on me as well as others. No big deal. I am more focussed on doing my Nomad Capitalist (educational  info for people wanting to learn) updates in OSI and seeing this end on a positive note for all of us, even the Red Baron.

I'm with you chuck. Just trying to figure it out.  I have learned quite a bit lurking around this site.  I have read many of your posts and it seems we have a similar thought process.  If we ever meet I will buy you a beer and we can toast to the red barron.😃

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On 7/11/2019 at 6:58 PM, alreis said:

Guys, I’m sorry but this will probably never happen. RV that is.

Everything I have done has never worked out the way it should.

I am jinxed and because I am part of this it won’t work either.

Really sorry for my participation.

Easy fix, sell at a loss to me.

!😀 Then when it RV's I will give you your cut.😀. Or just let me hold it for you, that way it removes the Jynx. Lol. 

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52 minutes ago, A D said:

I'm with you chuck. Just trying to figure it out.  I have learned quite a bit lurking around this site.  I have read many of your posts and it seems we have a similar thought process.  If we ever meet I will buy you a beer and we can toast to the red barron.😃

Sounds good, would enjoy sharing a cold one with you. Are you in VIP? If you are check out my posting. If not, search "Nomad Capitalist ". He has a ton of some very good videos. I like posting them after i review them. They range from 7 to 10 minutes in length. 

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https://gov.krd/government/agenda/

This agenda has been developed in accordance with the political agreements between all parties which compose the new cabinet of the KRG. And it includes the principles and policies of all parties in the government. The implementation of this program is the responsibility of all parties in the government.

Reforms:

  • First: we will improve the condition and regulation of the public sector, including the training and regulation of civil servants, retirement provisions, and official working hours. We will take legal action against any breaches in the public sector. We will do this through implementation of the law, establishing a service committee and re-organising the reform legislation, which will then be resubmitted to parliament for approval.
  • Second: we will combine our efforts against all forms of financial and administrative corruption, preventing the mismanagement of public wealth, and corruption within the Kurdistan region. We will achieve this by strictly enforcing the law of the Kurdistan region while supporting its official institutions, primarily through the Supreme Audit Divan and the Commission of Integrity and Public Prosecution.
  • Third: we will work to eliminate unnecessary bureaucracy and improve the services provided to citizens by public institutions. We will work to make institutions serve the public’s best interests; in particular we will develop digital services as soon as possible.
  • Fourth: in order to strengthen our defence capability, counter risks and enhance the security of the Kurdistan Region, we will review the current mechanisms for re-organising and unifying the Peshmerga forces and internal security forces, in coordination with the Kurdistan region presidency. We will do this with the help of local and international experts. We will also elevate the professional and military capability of our forces.
  • Fifth: we will work to establish transparency in all economic fields of the Kurdistan region, especially around management and accounting of oil and internal revenues.
  • Sixth: we will reform the health, medical and food sectors to meet international standards; we will prosecute any violations from any quarter. To accomplish this goal, we will establish a Food and Drug Administration under the Council of Ministers.
  • Seventh: we are determined to ensure that no one is above the law, and to respect the judiciary of the Kurdistan region. No one will be allowed to evade justice because of their social standing or political affiliation; furthermore, we will work to eliminate the spread of weapons and firearms among communities.
  • Eighth: we will reform the tax system ensuring impartial implementation; we will take legal action to prevent tax embezzlement and create a new enforcement mechanism.
  • Ninth: we will prevent government officials from exploiting their official influence or positions for their own gain. In accordance with the laws of the Kurdistan region, officials are not permitted to trade or invest, and violations of this law will be prosecuted.
  • Tenth: we will prevent the formation of monopolies, and work to provide and promote a framework for fair trade competition.
  • Eleventh: we will organise and rationalise official delegations to foreign countries and international conferences according to need, preventing any waste or misuse of public money.
  • Twelfth: we will support the parliament’s monitoring function; we will abide by every monitoring procedure in accordance with our internal laws and governmental regulations. Furthermore we will respect the parliamentary opposition in accordance with these same laws.
  • Thirteenth: we will establish a Pension Fund to provide for retired civil servants as is their right.

Services:

  • First: we will work to enhance the public health sector, and to deliver a better-quality health service to the people. In addition, we will work to enact a health insurance system across the Kurdistan region.
  • Second: we will work to find a fundamental solution to the issue of electricity supply: increasing production rates, decreasing electrical misuse or waste, and systematically distributing power in a technologically advanced manner.
  • Third: we will work to increase educational teaching standards in the public sector. We will aim to attract local and international investors into the sector, helping to fund the building of new schools where they are needed.
  • Fourth: we will work improve and rationalise the use of groundwater in order to raise the quality of public drinking water, while reducing the depletion rates of underground water sources.
  • Fifth: we will work to improve road transportation links in the Kurdistan region, and enhance the traffic system. We will aim to attract foreign investors to this sector, reduce traffic accident casualties and introduce international traffic management best practices.
  • Sixth: we will work to provide job opportunities in the private sector, and broaden investment in sectors including industry, agriculture, and tourism. We will reform labor laws to prioritise the provision of job opportunities for local workers instead of foreigners.
  • Seventh: we will prioritise serving the families of Anfal, Peshmerga martyrs and those who were wounded in genocidal campaigns.
  • Eighth: we will take measures to provide a comfortable and decent life for people with special needs.
  • Ninth: Kurdistan’s natural environment is a great treasure. We will work to preserve the environment and raise cultural awareness about its importance. Furthermore, we will work to establish an advanced recycling system to reduce the risks of waste contamination.
  • Tenth: we will take measures to renovate villages, sub-districts, and districts, including measures to provide essential services, encouraging villagers to stay and work their land.
  • Eleventh: we will encourage and foster the expansion of the work of civil communal organisations, helping to support events, sports, arts, and cultural activities in the Kurdistan region.
  • Twelfth: we will enhance higher education and scientific research by developing this sector. We will enhance the capacity of the universities and institutes of the Kurdistan region in terms of quality, and help expand scientific research and study opportunities.
  • Thirteenth: we will introduce digitisation of government systems (E-Government); transforming citizens' interaction with government procedures and services. This will cut bureaucracy, reduce wastage of public wealth and time, and increase the overall quality of services.

The relationship between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Iraqi Federal Government:

  • First: the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) is the only official body authorised to negotiate with Baghdad. We will establish a Negotiation Team of relevant stakeholders from the KRG to resolve issues with Baghdad.
  • Second: the constitution will be the fundamental basis for talks between Erbil and Baghdad, especially issues covered by article 140 of the Iraqi constitution. This includes Peshmerga, natural resources, compensation for Anfal, martyrs, people affected by the previous Ba’ath regime and all the constitutional rights of the people of the Kurdistan region. These issues will all be prioritised in our talks with the federal government of Baghdad.
  • Third: we will address the dire condition of the Kurdish territories outside the administration of the Kurdistan region, especially Kirkuk, in order to reduce tensions, and ensure the end to any form of military imposition in the disputed territories. We will also seek to implement article 140 of the Iraqi constitution as soon as possible.
  • Fourth: the threat of terrorism still exists across Iraq. The KRG, in coordination with the Iraqi government and the international coalition, is committed in our opposition to terrorism. To eliminate the danger of terrorism once and for all, the Kurdistan region with its Peshmerga forces has offered to assist the Iraqi federal army in its efforts to remove any threats in the disputed territories.
  • Fifth: we will work to implement the constitutional rights of Peshmerga forces and include them in Iraq’s defence policy. In particular, we will work to ensure they are provided with a monthly salary and military equipment.
  • Sixth: we will attempt to solve issues around oil and gas in accordance with articles 111 and 112 in the Iraqi federal constitution. We will develop an oil and gas law through the Iraqi parliament.
  • Seventh: we will work to consolidate the federal system, by creating a Federal Council, emphasising the principles of partnership, consensus and balance with the federal government.

Freedom, Democracy, and Coexistence:

  • First: we aim to emphasise the peaceful coexistence between various ethnicities in the Kurdistan region, build upon it and strengthen it.
  • Second: we underline our commitment to the fundamentals of democracy, liberty, and equality for the peoples of the Kurdistan region. We will defend their rights against any type of ethnic, sectarian or religious extremism, and gender-based violence.
  • Third: we will stand against any forms of discrimination and attempts to minimise the role of women in society. It is vital that women are permitted to make a full contribution to the community, the economy, and within the political arena.

Kurdistan’s relations at the regional and international level:

  • First: the official institutions of the KRG should manage regional and international relations. For this purpose, the Department of Foreign Relations will be re-organised and governed by a new law.
  • Second: we will prioritise a stable relationship with our neighbouring countries, based on mutual respect and mutual interest, improving relations at all levels.
  • Third: we support peaceful solutions for all issues in the region. We will work to improve and strengthen the KRG’s capacity to resolve disputes and conflicts.
  • Fourth: the KRG will strengthen current representation offices, and open new representations as needed in different countries. We will also encourage other countries to open their consulates in Erbil.

Economy and Finance:

  • First: we will work to diversify Kurdistan’s economy, reducing our reliance on oil and gas. We will develop the agricultural, industrial, and tourism sectors to attract foreign investment.
  • Second: the agricultural sector will be one of our main priorities, as we will introduce new methods, advanced machinery, and expand knowledge of scientific methods in order to improve quality across the sector. Furthermore, we will work to exploit our water resources, building dams and sources of sustainable energy. This will help preserve our water for agriculture, prevent desertification and increase green spaces.
  • Third: we will work to restructure the banking system in the Kurdistan region, and ensure that the system serves both individuals and the public. We will encourage the use of bank accounts and electronic cards both to exchange currencies and reduce cash transactions.
  • Fourth: we will encourage investment in all fields, by providing fair opportunities for both national and international investors; to achieve this, we will edit and modify the KRG's investment laws.

Regulation of the administration:

  • First: we will work on distributing roles and responsibilities in accordance with the law and under the supervision of the premiership. Furthermore, we will emphasise establishing a decentralised system of power compatible with the legal and administrative system in the KRG.
  • Second: we will put relentless efforts into re-organising and trimming the structure of the government’s institutions from the bottom up, so they are appropriate for the Kurdistan region. This will be achieved through a solid plan and the preparation of a clear roadmap for the next four years.
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17 hours ago, pokerplayer said:

 

Great way to make yur mark here A D , thank you

 

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Like Good Karma. Thanks pp.

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On 7/13/2019 at 2:17 PM, ChuckFinley said:

Are you in VIP!" rel="">VIP?

Yes VIP OSI and getting ready to start on my second passport soon.  Have been following your posts on nomad capitalist.  Good info.

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18 hours ago, A D said:

Yes VIP!" rel="">VIP OSI and getting ready to start on my second passport soon.  Have been following your posts on nomad capitalist.  Good info.

Thanks, If there is a topic you are interested in just let me know. 

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On 7/13/2019 at 1:20 AM, DinarThug said:

 

Wtf ? :blink:   Just Take A Look Around Here !

 

 

We’ve Got A Clown, A Truck Driver Dressed Like Santa Clause, A Canadian Running For President, And A Blind Superhero Along With A Couple Of Kool-Aid Free Basing Bro’s ! :o

 

 

 

And Yet U Somehow Think That Ur The Lowest Common Denominator In This Investment ...

 

:D  :D  :D 

You got that wrong my Friend, I'm Santa Claus dressed dressed like a Trucker :lmao:

 

 

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Abdul-Mahdi calls Barzani pleasure and confirms his desire to resolve outstanding issues "practically"

2019/07/15 12:50:38

 

[Asharq Al-Awsat] Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi held a telephone conversation with the head of the Kurdistan Regional Government (MP) Barzani.

During the telephone call, Abdul Mahdi congratulated Barzani on the occasion of his election as head of the Kurdistan Regional Government, as well as the formation of the government.

Abdul Mahdi said during the telephone call his desire to start talks with Barzani to resolve all outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil, in practice, and reach common understandings.

This comes after the announcement of the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region pleased Barzani on Monday that a high delegation of his government will visit the federal capital Baghdad on Tuesday.

Barzani said during the first meeting with his government team today that a high-level delegation from the provincial government will visit Baghdad tomorrow to express good intentions and to conduct dialogues on finding a suitable solution to the outstanding differences between Erbil and Baghdad within the framework of the Constitution.

Barzani was pleased after the formation of his new government to visit Baghdad, the Iraqi capital, and put in his program the government included points related to the organization of relations with Baghdad to resolve the dispute, called "a constructive and stable partnership with Baghdad"

It said:

This is a new era for the Kurdistan Region, which means renewing our relationship with our partners in the Federal Republic of Iraq. The priority of the administration is to develop a constructive and stable partnership with Baghdad based on mutual respect and cooperation. This includes a clear understanding of the rights and duties of the parties.

We share a range of mutual interests with Baghdad that cover trade, the security of our borders and the economic prosperity of our citizens. These interests can be achieved only through partnership rather than constant competition. There are long-term issues that need to be addressed and this Government is committed to finding new ways of dialogue. The goal should be to leave past conflicts in favor of developing new approaches to common challenges.

The constitution will be the core of the negotiations with Baghdad, which will be led by a high-level negotiating team from the Kurdistan Regional Government. Participation will focus on the following issues:

Annual budget allocations for Kurdistan

We resolve the sharing of the import equation that sets the annual budget and secure a just and lasting agreement for Kurdistan.

Distribution of oil and gas resources

We will seek the full implementation of articles 111 and 112 of the Constitution, thus enhancing the rights of Kurdistan in relation to the equitable distribution of oil and gas and their development. If supported, the government program will increase transparency and investment in the oil and gas sector, which works to increase oil exports in Iraq and Kurdistan.

Military and security cooperation

We will strengthen our ability to combat common threats, address security changes in disputed areas and ensure that the Peshmerga is included in Iraq's defense system.

Disputed areas

Our priority is to resolve the issue of disputed areas in line with the road map provided for in Article 140 of the Constitution, otherwise this map is implemented, priority must be for joint security and administrative coordination with the federal government in the disputed areas.

Political cooperation

We will work to strengthen our political cooperation with the government in Baghdad, emphasizing the principles of partnership, harmony and balance on which the constitution is based.

Compensation of martyrs

In line with Article 132 of the Constitution, we will strengthen our constitutional right to compensate the martyrs and victims of Anfal and affected by the former Baath regime.

Barzani also said he would pay a close visit to Baghdad to meet Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi and political forces to discuss resolving the differences.

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32 minutes ago, 6ly410 said:

lets go HCL

Not sure why I haven’t seen many comments in this but this meeting seems HUGE for us!! Let’s go!!!!!! 

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Sixth: we will attempt to solve issues around oil and gas in accordance with articles 111 and 112 in the Iraqi federal constitution. We will develop an oil and gas law through the Iraqi parliament.

 

There should have been a clause in their constitution that stated, a deadline to accomplish all of this and make all monies lost because of the inept/impotent moron gov officials  retroactive.  lol morons!

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6 minutes ago, jg1 said:

Sixth: we will attempt to solve issues around oil and gas in accordance with articles 111 and 112 in the Iraqi federal constitution. We will develop an oil and gas law through the Iraqi parliament.

 

There should have been a clause in their constitution that stated, a deadline to accomplish all of this and make all monies lost because of the inept/impotent moron gov officials  retroactive.  lol morons!

This is HCL HCL HCL HCL. this even can happen as soon as tomorrow 😍

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