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Parliament votes on the recommendations of the demands of the demonstrators and the abolition of the offices of general inspectors

 

Parliament votes on the recommendations of the demands of the demonstrators and the abolition of the offices of general inspectors {expanded}
 
2019/10/8 15:55
 
 
The House of Representatives voted in its eighth session of the first legislative term of the second legislative year of the fourth parliamentary session, which was held under the chairmanship of the President of the Council Mohammed Halbousi and the presence of 212 deputies, on Tuesday 8/10 / 2019, on the recommendations of the parliamentary committee on the demands of demonstrators and the abolition of the offices of general inspectors.

"At the outset of the session, al-Halbousi pointed out that the difficult days passed on Iraq, the blood flowing and the lives of our protesters and security forces who were wounded in the course of events, put a great responsibility on us," said the statement of the council's information department. "Everybody is in front of a real crossroads, either to be with our people or to be in the ditch of self and position. I have decided from the first moment definitively and definitively to be with the people and I am confident that you will stand this honorable and historic position," he said." The Speaker explained that "all options presented in today's meeting are open to you in order to redress your people and restore their constitutional and legal right to live decent and all freedoms and rights in full without deficiency," pointing out that "the time of the meeting is open until the completion of all discussions and take decisions that would Be at the level of the event and the size of the sacrifices and do not put a ceiling on the proposals for appropriate treatments, even if they are very harsh. Later, the MPs recited Surat Al-Fatiha to the souls of the martyrs of Iraq.

Al-Halbousi pointed to the series of meetings held with the presidencies during the past days to discuss the demands of the demonstrators, which represent rights delayed, noting that the House of Representatives will submit the first package of measures that come to meet the demands that the second package to implement the demands soon, pointing out that reform represents This is a measure and behavior that the legislative and executive authorities will apply, not a reaction to the demonstrations. The council voted to proceed with the legislative procedures of amending the law that allowed the work of the provincial councils until the first of March or the amendment of article 20 of the law of provincial councils not organized in a region.

The Council then hosted Mr. Bassem Al-Rubaie, Minister of Labor and Mr. Mohammed Al-Ani, Minister of Commerce to discuss the demands of the demonstrators and the measures taken in this regard. The Council voted on the recommendations of the Committee formed in the House of Representatives to consider the demands of the demonstrators, which include considering the victims of the demonstrations of civilians and security forces martyrs and compensation and follow-up investigative procedures to find out the circumstances and events that affected the demonstrations and the immediate release of detainees who did not violate the public property and the launch of a grant to the program for the rehabilitation of the unemployed. This year is funded by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs and a development fund for the employment of students and the unemployed will be established in the federal budget for 2020. Law and the coverage of families with no fixed income and living below the poverty line with a monthly salary, and this is regulated by law and re-dissolved their contracts in the Ministries of Defense and Interior and the Anti-Terrorism and the inclusion of Awakening elements in the tribal crowd of the Popular Mobilization Authority Defense immediately.

The recommendations included returning the employees of the Military Industrialization Authority to the job not covered by the accountability and justice procedures and transferring them to the owners of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, opening the door of volunteering in the Ministry of Defense for ages from (18-25) exclusively and immediately commencing it, stopping the campaign to remove the housing violations immediately and finding the appropriate alternative by allocating four trillion dinars borrowed.  The government of the Iraqi banks pay the share of the development of the provinces in the provinces for the budgets for the coming years starting in 2020 and for 10 years to build medium-cost housing a number of one hundred thousand housing units distributed according to the proportions of the population to accommodate the transgressors and the return of Azhan.

The recommendations included that the Ministry of Finance transfer the ownership of land registered in its name and without allowance, which falls within the basic design or outside the design to the competent municipalities to implement land distribution projects or construction of residential complexes in accordance with Law No. (80) and other laws and exempting farmers and peasants from agricultural land rentals for previous years, including This year, the transfer of lecturers and volunteers in the Ministries of Education and Higher Education for decades in the budget of 2020 and the start of a program and specific timelines to install all contractors in all ministries and on the regulatory authorities and the Anti-Corruption Council Adopt the files of corruption to the judiciary and urgently in addition to activating the decisions of the Council of Ministers concerning the holders of higher degrees from all disciplines and amend the decision {315} on the conversion of the daily procedure to contracts in the ministries of higher education and water resources in all ministries.

The recommendations included providing financial grants to the families of the missing and absentees (security auditors) during the period of ISIS and their inclusion in the laws of martyrs and victims except for the instructions in force and in the federal budget for 2020, and provide the necessary allocations to restore stability in the liberated areas, financial grants for the return of displaced within a maximum period of three months and increase the number of subcommittees and central compensation Victims and victims of terrorism and military operations, with the exception of projects of the Ministries of Health, Housing and Municipalities and the exemption of the Fund for the Liberation of Cities The General Conditions of Contracting and the implementation of the budget law in the areas of water, sewage and hospitals, in addition to granting soft loans to ensure industrial projects for the operation of the suspended and deactivated factories of 50,000 labs and workshops at the initiative of the Central Bank in addition to the government to review the salaries of retirees and send a draft law to.

For his part, the Minister of Commerce noted that the Council of Ministers decided at its last session to exclude all provinces from the instructions to implement government contracts. In turn, the President of the Council stressed the need to coordinate between the three presidencies on the committee competent to meet the demands of the demonstrators based on the recommendations of the religious authority. The Council then voted on the proposal to abolish the dissolved Coalition Provisional Authority Order No. (57) for the year 2004 and Legislative Order No. (19) for the year 2005, which aims to administrative aggravation and prevent duplication of tasks and to accelerate anti-corruption procedures and the ineffectiveness of the survival of the offices of general inspectors after the addition of this paragraph on schedule of work. President al-Halbusi announced the end of the work of the offices of general inspectors and ordered the dissolved Coalition Provisional Authority after the House of Representatives vote on the law. Then it was decided to adjourn the meeting until next Thursday 10/10/2019.
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Mulla Talal: These are the points of solution that we presented to the three presidents on the crisis of protests

 

 

Mulla Talal: These are the points of solution that we presented to the three presidents on the crisis of protests
 
 
2019/10/7 22:11
 
 
 
The MP of the opposition parliamentary wisdom bloc, Mahmoud Mulla Talal, unveiled a proposal submitted by the wisdom to the three presidents to avoid the crisis of protests in the country. "There is no reform under a government that operates within two big blocs and leaving the other blocs is not a reform but has increased the issue of quotas and withholding general directors from the original to the agents and inspectors and then pumping many of them without knowledge or experience," Mullah Talal said.

He added that "this work has a negative impact on the work of all ministries and is within the basis of unemployment and the demands of the demonstrators, for example today demonstrates in front of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs up to {150} graduate of political science," asking the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, "How many science graduates within this ministry? They are no more than 30 graduates."

"The big blocs now work on one thing, which is how to add general managers and agents to state institutions and not concerned with the government program, even if it meant to come to parliament like a number of blocs to hold an extraordinary session, but they did not attend," he said. "To take responsibility for what is going on in the country, he must come to tomorrow's session." "We put forward several proposals to fight corruption and eliminate red tape, and we expected this crisis to happen months ago when we came out as an opposition after we learned that the government program has no real and realistic view," he added. "We submitted a proposal on October 2 that holds 27 points that provide a lot of opportunities for young people without the state adding one dinar from the same resources that the state now has from operating and investment budgets," he said.

He added that "among the points raised by the opposition parliamentary wisdom bloc asked the presidents, ministers and the House of Representatives to conduct an audit of all civil banks that have emerged since 2003 and after 2015 and they do not have a financial reality and the law should put each private bank {300} billion dinars with the Central Bank Iraqi. "Where did the money come from and was it actually deposited in the central bank?" Mulla Talal asked. "If it really exists, why did it not invest in the country? If not, how did it open this bank?" "The figures who were influenced after the fall of the regime." He revealed that there is a driver for Behbehan in 2007 and currently has two banks.

Mulla Talal said "opening advances to all investors for the purpose of establishing housing units and pay in the form of payments and support the provinces to build low-cost houses, in addition to take out all foreign labor {750} thousand workers and the appointment of the people of Iraq, and the abolition of the national investment life and the formation of the Reconstruction and Investment Council headed by the President And the abolition of accountability and justice, and make the salaries of the three presidencies employees equal, and the establishment of a national oil company and the sale of 3% of the company's shares to specialized foreign companies, and the formation of the Federal Service Council and the preparation of an integrated health system. "All these proposals are 100% workable," Mulla Talal said, blaming the prime minister for "the bloodshed in the demonstrations."
 
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President of the Republic launches a nine-point initiative to contain the protests and calls for immediate implementation

 

President of the Republic launches a nine-point initiative to contain the protests and calls for immediate implementation 
 
 
2019/10/8 0:31
 
 
The President of the Republic Barham Saleh, on Monday, nine points to the federal government to avoid the crisis of protests and stop the bloodshed.

Saleh said in a televised address to the Iraqi people, followed by (Euphrates News) that "the government and security leaders confirmed the absence of orders to shoot demonstrators did not come from the state and its agencies and therefore, from this day criminals and outlaws," stressing "security services With its various formations, the firm response did not violate the constitution and the law and assaulted the demonstrators, the security services and the horror of the media." "This is a fitna and a crime that cannot be tolerated. The blood of our people and our security forces is not subject to bidding, nor for adventures and our trust in our people is absolute and every outlaw must submit to the authority, law and judiciary of the state," he said.

Saleh pointed out that "there are those who speak of foreign support for events and we do not say that no one wants and has an interest in sowing discord between the same people inevitably there are interests that want to invest every gap and every problem and each rivalry within our country, but the basis is the will of the living peoplewe must All of us officials, parties, civil servants, activists, intellectuals and citizens argue that this movement and this protest came against the backdrop of misery, grievances and the general feeling that the country needs reform."

The President of the Republic added, "Party quotas refuse to leave our reality despite persistent attempts and calls to renounce them and choose practical and scientific ways to reach real solutions. When party interests and quotas replace the national will to push the stalled wheel forward, our country is bleeding its possibilities and opportunities from the aspirations of its people.'' "The required frankness must be followed by serious steps and no legitimacy for any political process or political system that does not work on the requirements of the people and aspirations," he said, calling on demonstrators to "maintain peaceful demonstrations and do not allow trolls to steal your dreams and demands." He identified through his speeches early kinks and warned of the danger of delay in the process of reform and serving citizens." "Based on the initiatives and steps taken by the Presidents of the Council of Ministers and the deputies to respond to the demands of the demonstrators, and on the basis of frequent deliberations with a number of political and national leaders, I raise a number of the following points to initiate them within a short period of time:

1. the causes of violence that took place during the past Alayamn and taking serious actions and decisions to define the mechanisms of this type of protests and the competent authorities accountable perpetrators of shedding Iraqi the blood.

2. In response to the invitation of the Supreme religious authority will work to form a committee of independent experts of personalities Almshahu We will work within the framework of the presidencies and political forces to have this national consensus without political interference to be able to shape the imbalance and the presidency will put all its possibilities for the success of this aspect.

3. Opening a comprehensive and constructive political dialogue to form a supportive and permanent parliamentary bloc for reform steps, including the outputs of the committee and legislative and governmental procedures, overcoming obstacles and political pressures, and assisting the government to proceed with steps to combat corruption and provide services.

4. Support the efforts of the Government to undertake a fundamental reshuffle to enhance performance and operationalize the mechanisms.

5 - Activate the role of the court concerned with integrity issues and provide the appropriate conditions for its work freely and the transfer of all files of corruption to be resolved within the specified timelines and prevent any appeal in this regard and no immunity to this file to any party or party Och testicular in addition to work to recover public money.

6 - We will work on the pledges of the government and the House of Representatives to compensate those affected by the acts of abuses rewarding to help them to bear the burdens of housing and stop the implementation of lifting other abuses before ensuring the transfer of the affected, as well as legislation and executive procedures required to find jobs and provide financial aid to the unemployed, especially graduates and certificate holders High.

7 - Accelerate the formation of the Federal Service Council of independents to assume during a short period of its work, and give graduates and holders of higher degrees priority in government appointment, in addition to the immediate launch of the functional degrees approved in the budget and the launch of the degree of movement of owners.

8. Reconsidering the electoral law of the Council of Representatives and its system to allow confidence in the electoral process and the enactment of a new law in line with national aspirations. The presidency of the Republic will form a national dialogue team to follow up this file and with the assistance of experts from the United Nations and the formation of an independent electoral commission to allow maximum transparency and integrity in the electoral process.

9. To initiate the opening of a national dialogue to discuss the required treatment for the imbalance inherent in the political system that impedes the principles of good governance and lead to the strengthening of national unity.
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World Council: Iraq maintains its global position with the largest reserves of gold


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8th October, 2019

 

The World Gold Council announced on Tuesday that Iraq has maintained its global position with the largest reserves of gold, which represents 7% of the rest of its currencies

The council said in a statistical published on its website during the month of October and seen by "Al-Iqtisad News", "Iraq has maintained its fifth position in the Arab world, which came after each of Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Algeria and Libya," noting that the last purchase of Iraq was in September of the year 2018 by 6.5 tons
 
He said the council that "Iraq also maintained its position 38 globally the largest gold reserves out of 100 countries listed in the international financial statistics for global reserves of gold where these reserves amounted to 96.3 tons, representing 7% of the rest of its currency
 
He noted the Council to "Five countries in the world have acquired the most gold reserves in the world United, Germany, Italy and France, where reserves of these countries amounted to 16.386 tons , out of 34.392 tons for 100 countries listed in the international financial statistics , "noting that" the United States ranked first such reserves by 8
 
The World Gold Council, based in the United Kingdom, has extensive experience and knowledge of the factors causing the market change and its members are composed of the largest and most advanced gold mining companies in the world

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Finance discusses with the World Bank granting salaries to the unemployed in 5 governorates

 

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Finance: Granting salaries for a certain period to the unemployed in five governorates


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9th October, 2019

 

The Ministry of Finance announced on Wednesday that it is discussing an agreement with the World Bank to grant certain salaries to the unemployed in five Iraqi provinces

The ministry said in a statement received by the Economy News that its Minister Fouad Hussein discussed with representatives of the World Bank, the Minister of Labor and representatives of the International Organization for Migration a grant agreement for a certain period during which the unemployed are trained in order to qualify them and put them in the labor market

She added that "this agreement will include the provinces of Anbar, Babylon, Diyala, Kirkuk and parts of Baghdad as a first stage," noting that "this agreement is part of a large project between the Ministry of Labor and the World Bank to support the segments who need to work immediately to improve their living and social reality

For his part, the Deputy Prime Minister stressed the need to achieve the maximum benefit from these projects in order to support small families, especially in the liberated areas after the return of displaced people and find jobs for the youth segment, stressing the importance of achieving these projects away from political debates and suspicions of corruption

For his part, the World Bank expressed its full readiness to support the package of decisions issued by the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives on the opening of jobs and support for employment programs and granting small loans and other projects

 

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Abdul Mahdi receives two candidates for education and reservation of names

 

Abdul Mahdi receives two candidates for education and reservation of names
 
 
2019/10/09 14:03 
 
 
The rapporteur of the House of Representatives, Khadija Ali, on the submission of the Parliamentary Education Committee two women from Nineveh province to Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi as candidates for the portfolio of the Ministry of Education.
 
Ali said in a press statement that "the committee is waiting for Abdul Mahdi's response to be presented in the parliament to vote." "There is a reservation on the names and biographies of the two candidates until the voting session," she said.

It is noteworthy that the portfolio of the Ministry of Education in the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, has been vacant since the formation of the government a year ago, while more than one candidate has been submitted for the post, but did not get the consensus of members of parliament and rejected all.

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In figures: losses of the Iraqi economy caused Internet service blocking

 

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9th October, 2019

 

Iraq has suffered since the first day of the demonstrations that flared in various provinces, which negatively affected the Internet service where it was cut off about 75% of the country in a measure considered by human rights organizations deliberately to prevent coverage of protests.

NetBlocks assessed the economic impact of Internet disruption, blackout of mobile data or restricted applications using indicators from the World Bank, ITU and Eurostat.

The impact on the Iraqi economy amounted to approximately 1,086,618,793 US dollars equivalent to one trillion Iraqi dinars, and the impact of these figures is approximate on the economy across the country due to the blocking of the Internet service on all social networking sites and search engines and other sites, as is known that the private sector in Iraq relies almost entirely on the Internet service in several areas including: communications, e-governance, e-commerce, and other fields.

Recently, the Iraqi government announced the launch of Internet services from 7 am to 4 pm, as a temporary measure that may continue until the end of the 40th visit.

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Trump: We fought a void war in Iraq

 

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9th October, 2019
 

US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday his country's incursion into the Middle East was the worst decision in US history to be taken on a false basis that was later rebutted by weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

"The United States has spent $ 8 trillion to fight and play the role of the police in the Middle East," Trump said in two tweets posted on his official Twitter account on Wednesday. 

"Going to the Middle East was the worst decision ever made in our nation's history!" Trump said. "We fought a war with a false pretext that was later refuted, weapons of mass destruction. They weren't there!" (arms).

"Now we are carefully and carefully bringing our great soldiers and soldiers home, our focus on the public image! The United States is greater than ever!"

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Trump: Supporting the Kurdish forces has cost us a lot and has been fighting Turkey for decades

 

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7th October, 2019
 

 

US President Donald Trump said on Monday that his country had paid the Kurds a lot of money and equipment to fight ISIS.

Trump commented on his administration's decision to withdraw US troops from northern Syria, saying that "it is very expensive to continue to support Kurdish forces allied with the United States in the region where ISIS is fighting." "The Kurds fought with us, but huge sums of money and equipment were paid to do that. They fought Turkey for decades," Trump said in a series of tweets on his Twitter page. He added: "Turkey, Europe, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Russia and the Kurds will have to determine the situation."

US President Donald Trump said on Monday that it was time to bring US soldiers back out of these ridiculous and endless wars, many of them tribal. In this context, a US official told "Reuters" that the initial US withdrawal in Syria is confined to the safe area near Turkey. The RT correspondent in Syria, earlier today, that the US military withdrew today with full equipment and weapons from the base of Tel Arqam in the city of Ras al-Ain, and another military point in Tel Abyad until now. This comes after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that his country will carry out an air and ground operation east of the Euphrates in Syria "to establish peace there," saying it "is close enough to say it will happen today or tomorrow."

In the meantime, the White House announced today, that US forces will not support the Turkish operation will not participate in it. In turn, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said in a statement on Monday that US forces have not fulfilled their obligations and have withdrawn from the border areas with Turkey, saying that "this Turkish military operation in northern and eastern Syria will have a significant negative impact on our war against" ISIS "All the stability achieved during the past years will be destroyed." She called "SDF" "the people of all spectrums of Arabs, Kurds and Syriac Assyrians to join forces and stand with his legitimate forces to defend our country against this Turkish aggression."

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Trump threatens Turkey: If I do anything beyond borders I will destroy its economy completely

 

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8th October, 2019
 

 

US President Donald Trump on Monday threatened Turkey with "total destruction" of its economy if it does anything "beyond the border".

Trump said in a tweet, "As I said strongly before, and I repeat only, if Turkey did anything that I considered, with my great unparalleled wisdom, outside the borders, I will destroy the entire economy of Turkey and obliterate (I have done before!). Europe".

 

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US backs out of Syria pullout, Trump threatens to "destroy Turkey" economy

 

US backs out of Syria pullout, Trump threatens to "destroy Turkey" economy
 
 
2019/10/8 8:19 
 
 
US President Donald Trump has threatened to destroy the Turkish economy if Turkey "crossed" the border, after his sudden decision to withdraw US troops from northern Syria.

In a series of angry tweets, the US president defended his decision that could pave the way for Turkey to launch an attack on Kurdish fighters across the border. Trump's Republican allies have strongly criticized the decision to withdraw troops. The United States has about 1,000 troops in Syria and about 20 have been withdrawn from the border region, according to a senior State Department official. US forces have begun withdrawing from positions in northeastern Syria, paving the way for an imminent Turkish military operation against Kurdish armed forces.

The Kurds see this US shift as a "stab in the back" after allowing a Turkish military operation against them. But Trump said in a tweet on Tuesday morning that the United States was engaged "more and more in a pointless war on the horizon." Turkey says it wants to keep the YPG, which Ankara sees as an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), from the Turkish border and establish a safe area for the return of Syrian refugees. Turkey has consistently condemned the United States for supporting the YPG.  In January, Trump threatened to “economically destroy Turkey” if it attacked Kurdish forces following a planned US withdrawal from Syria. But the White House statement on Sunday made no mention of the YPG, which played a prominent role in defeating ISIS in Syria.

The US statement said the Turks were responsible for all ISIS prisoners in the region held by Kurdish forces. The statement followed a telephone conversation between President Donald Trump and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.  A senior US official announced that President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw US troops stationed in Syria near the Turkish border includes only about 50 to 100 special forces troops "to be transferred to other bases" inside Syria. "There are between 50 and 100 special forces in this area, they should not be at risk of being injured, killed or captured if the Turks cross the border and fight with local Kurdish forces," the official said. "This is not about a withdrawal from Syria," he said, stressing that the redeployment does not in any way give a "green light" to a Turkish military operation against Kurdish forces. But the Turkish Defense Ministry confirmed in a post on Twitter that it had completed all preparations for a possible military operation in northeastern Syria.

The ministry added in a tweet published late on Monday that the establishment of a safe area is essential for stability and peace and for the Syrians so that they can live in safety.

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Iran acknowledges: Sanctions have eroded our standing on the world oil map

 

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8th October, 2019
 

Iranian Oil Minister Begin Zanganeh has acknowledged that sanctions against Tehran have dealt a severe blow to its oil sector and caused its global standing to decline.

"Sanctions have reduced Iran's oil sector, but Tehran will resist," Zanganeh was quoted by the semi-official Mehr news agency as saying on Tuesday. "Every few years, the oil industry in Iran is hit hard, and economic sanctions are among them," he said.

The administration of US President Donald Trump reimposed sanctions on Iranian oil exports, the main source of revenue for Tehran, and the financial sector after Trump announced on May 8 to withdraw from the nuclear agreement signed between Iran and world powers.

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Iranian role in dominating the Iraqi economy

 
 

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Successive crises facing the Iraqi economy, especially after 2003, and Iraq's dependence almost entirely on the rentier oil economy, but .. The most important in this article is to highlight the Iranian role in the acquisition and control by all means and methods on the Iraqi economy, and will be presented in detail.

More than 14.8 million unemployed Iraqi citizens:
"Independent Arab" that the Iraqi citizen suffers from many economic crises, although Iraq has huge oil reserves, these crises were widespread poverty, increased unemployment, high inflation, and corruption Unlike the inability of the Iraqi government to confront Iranian militias, which have turned Iraq into a battleground that should have been on Iranian rather than Iraqi territory.
According to the latest census conducted by the Central Statistical Organization in Baghdad in August, the unemployment rate among young people in Iraq was 22.6%. The Iraqi organization "Al-Nama" estimated the percentage of unemployed women by more than 80%.
The International Monetary Fund announced in May 2018 that the youth unemployment rate in Iraq was more than 40% of the population of 37 million, according to the latest statistics announced by the Ministry of Planning and Development Cooperation of Iraq at the end of December First, 14.8 million Iraqis are queuing for the unemployed.

Iraqis suffer from unemployment .. Iranian labor is working on its territory!
At the expense of the living conditions of the poor Iraqi citizen, the high unemployment and the deterioration of social and health conditions, we note the high number of Iranian workers in Iraq noticeably after the "deterioration of economic conditions inside Iran, because of the collapse of the Iranian currency against the US dollar, as a result of Washington sanctions, which led them to come to Iraq from The monthly salary is about US $ 200.
The recent influx of Iranian labor is further exacerbating the labor crisis in Iraq, as well as the country's high unemployment rate.
This is because Iranians compete with Iraqis for jobs because they accept very low wages, which has led them to be preferred over the country by the owners of factories, companies and shops.
Naseer al-Saadi, director of a factory for plastic industries in the Waziriya region in central Baghdad: "Iraq is living in difficult economic conditions no less than that of Iran under the embargo."
The reason is due to rampant corruption in state institutions, and the absence of planning that led to the deterioration of the private sector, which significantly affected the working class in Iraq, and most of the owners of factories, companies and shops suffer from lack of liquidity and lack of sales, because of the control of imported goods on the Iraqi market, what It led them to favor foreign labor over Iraqi labor.
Saadi stressed that the reason for this preference is due to the difference in daily wages, which amount to less than half compared to local workers, with the provision of large services beyond what the Iraqi worker, pointing out that he laid off 12 workers from the country and replaced them with Iranians.
"I am married with five children," said Hussein al-Aboudi. "I was discharged from the factory where I was working. I am working with hundreds of Iraqis to replace us with Iranian workers. Who is protecting our rights on our land?"
If the Iranian expatriate to Iraq has been suffering and difficult living conditions in his country, the Iraqis have much more difficult circumstances, and the suffering of the working class in the southern areas of the country for years because of foreign labor, but the recent entry of large numbers of Iranians has made matters worse .. Where censorship and where Country? Do you prefer the Iranian over the son of the country ?!
"Why is the Iraqi citizen subjected to insults and assaults that amount to death when he goes to Iran, while the Iranian citizen in Iraq receives so much attention to his preference over local citizens?" Who is responsible for this preference and who is responsible for the dignity of the Iraqi abroad?
Adnan al-Anbaki, a worker at the Spring Food Products Company, added: “The expatriate Iranians are competing with Iraqis for their livelihoods because of the low wages they receive.”
Some employers confirmed that they had laid off a number of Iraqi and foreign workers from other countries to be replaced by workers from Iran.
Iran is making efforts to consolidate its influence in all directions and in all ways to penetrate and control Iraq's economic, political and even social joints.

The negative role played by Iran on the socio-economic side is evident in the following points :
 Acquisition of markets and economic investments in Iraq.
 Control of investment and service projects, especially in areas where military operations against ISIS have taken place. The large-scale destruction of these cities has provided millions of dollars to Iranian companies, and armed militias belonging to the Popular Mobilization have taken control of the area, whose main task is to entrust reconstruction. In these cities, Iranian companies will have a future, as Iranian companies will seek to acquire the bulk of reconstruction contracts and deals.
 Rehabilitate and entrench businessmen loyal to it, in order to enhance Iran's economic influence in the Iraqi economy.
 Oil: Control of oil export operations, especially in wells spread along the Iraqi-Iranian border, where the oil reserves reach more than 100 billion barrels, especially in light of the Iraqi governments ignored after 2003, where Iraq has about 12 oil wells active and shared with The Iranian export rate of these fields reaches more than 400 thousand barrels per day before the entry of the third package of U.S. sanctions on Iran, under which the Iranian energy supplies were zeroed in May 2019, and most of the common oil fields are under absolute Iranian control. Oh who bear touch And why the country 's wealth management?
الكثير Many economists point out that the total depletion of Iraqi oil fields shared with Iran up to 35 billion dollars a year, note that previous reports have shown that Iran is depleting up to 17 billion dollars.
 Make most of the Iraqi banks linked in one way or another to the Iranian banks scattered in several Iraqi cities, in order to impose economic custody of the stock market, and take advantage of surplus hard currency and smuggling to Iran.
 On the level of oil exports, Iran was able after the systematic destruction of oil refineries in the Iraqi city of Salah al-Din, during its liberation operations from ISIS and in cooperation with its armed groups, to increase oil exports to Iraq from 30% to 50% at the beginning of 2018 .
ü Iranian dream, seeking Iran to achieve economic dream on the shoulders of the Iraqis, by linking its military actions taking place on the ground economic to its objectives, through its goal of access to the Mediterranean Sea, by extending a pipeline to export Iranian gas to Europe via Iraqi territory through Mouna It s Syrian under its control, and from Tartous to Europe.
 Push for the expulsion of all foreign capital deployed on the Iraqi arena, through threats and extortion by armed militias deployed there.

Iranian circumvention of international sanctions through the Iraqi economic portal:
Iran seeks to employ most of the Iraqi government legislation on the laws of import and export, through the certificate of origin, without taking samples of imported goods and examined in the centers of measurement and quality control, and this led to a large accumulation of goods On the border with Iraq, Iran flooded the Iraqi market with all its products, and the dominance of Iranian goods was not limited to the areas of Baghdad and southern Iraq, but also to the northern areas, which was witnessing a remarkable Turkish economic presence in a fun Of pre - emergence of al Daesh.
At the level of services sector, Iraq's rate of import of electric power from Iran to $ 6 billion annually, while the transport and communications sector, shows the dominance of Iran in terms of land and air flights, where the Iranian land transport companies dominate the overall land transport operations between the two countries Air transport shows clear control of Iran Air, where the average daily flights between Iraq and Iran to 120 flights a day, Iraq receives only 30% of the proceeds of transport, while the rest goes to the Iranian Treasury.

Religious Tourism in Iraq:
Iranian-owned tourism companies invested heavily in managing the ceremonies of the visit to Karbala and Najaf, to ensure that Iranian visitors spent less than any other visitor, and investment from the Iranian private sector was encouraged in the two holy cities, such as building hotels, thus becoming actors in the two cities. Iran has sought to push many of its businessmen to dominate large-scale projects in the cities of Karbala and Najaf, later to be a lever for any compromise on its influence. In Iraq, in 2016, nearly half a million Iranians entered Iraq during the Ashura ceremony in Karbala without visas. This situation was repeated in the years that followed, as well as the introduction of many smuggled goods, in order to undermine the growth process in these two. The two cities.
In addition to transportation to and from Iraq, the Iranian visitor to Iraq is keen not to leak its local Iranian currency in Iraq, especially as Iranian consulates located in the holy places, play a key role in the implementation of these programs.

Water crisis in Iraq:
Iran is changing the course of the Karon River opposite the Iraqi side, which is loaded with a lot of oil waste and the waste of puncture projects and others, which led to the death of millions of palm trees, and after Iraq was producing three quarters of the total date crop in the world, now comes After Egypt, Iran and Saudi Arabia in the ranking of producing countries, because of the severe decline in the production of dates, due to Iranian policies, as well as the loss of Iraq to much of its fisheries, to impose Iran's hand on these sectors as well.
Iran imposes its economic hegemony on Iraq, in order to strengthen its economic influence, and Iran from time to time through its supporters in Iraq, to call for a boycott of Arab and foreign goods in the Iraqi market, although scarce, in addition to the liquidation of many wholesalers who do not deal With Iranian companies, or at least do not import Iranian goods, in order to create a trading class that deals only with the Iranian market and companies.
This leads to the conclusion that the Iranian economy swallowed the Iraqi economy, through the entry of Iranian companies and investors to Iraq, and became the words "Sakhet Iran" and means "Made in Iran" is the most common and famous among the products in the Iraqi market, a phrase that Iran seeks to make the only brand Dominant and controlling the Iraqi market.

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Iran sends 7,500 troops to Iraq

 

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The commander of special units of Iran's internal security forces, Brigadier-General Hassan Karami, has announced the dispatch of a 7,500-strong force to Iraq to protect the 40th visit, amid accusations from Iraqi protesters of the Revolutionary Guards and its militias of intervening to suppress and kill protesters.

"More than 10,000 special forces are directly responsible for protecting the 40th ceremony," Carmi, whose forces are responsible for countering protests in Iran, said in an interview with Mehr. "7,500 of them are directly involved, and there are 4,000 reserves," he said.

The commander of the Iranian special forces that 30 thousand policemen are involved in the protection of marches stretching from Iran to Iraq to protect the marches of the visit of the forties.  "The most difficult part to be protected by Iranian special forces is overcrowding 10 to 15 kilometers from the border," he said. "We are doing very strong intelligence work, and we have elements in the crowd to control the situation," he said.

Special units in Iran are responsible for dealing with popular protests as they participated strongly in the December 2017 protests that lasted until January 2018 in more than 100 Iranian cities. Karmi acknowledged that his forces intervened in controlling those protests at 79 points. "We did not use violence."

Meanwhile, 30 demonstrators were killed by Iranian security forces during the demonstrations. More than 5,000 people were arrested, 50 of whom died under torture. Observers say that the transfer of thousands of elements to Iraq "to protect the ceremony of Arbaeen", comes in order to benefit from the experience of these forces in order to control popular protests in Iraq.   The presence of these forces in Iraqi cities comes at a time when some Iraqi protesters accused the Revolutionary Guard and its militias in Iraq of interfering in the suppression of protests.

The Iranian leader, Ali Khamenei, described the protests in Iraq, in his first comment on Monday, as a "conspiracy of enemies", saying it "aims to differentiate between Iran and Iraq."

The Iranian military and security moves and the condemnation of the Iraqi demonstrators who went out against corruption and lack of services and the deterioration of living conditions, while protesters chanted in the streets of Iraqi cities chanted "Iran Libra Libra .. Baghdad remains free" as the most prominent slogans echoed in the demonstrations against the Iraqi government Several cities in the country since last Tuesday. The death toll in the protests in Iraq has risen to more than 104 since the outbreak of the protests, mostly demonstrators, and wounded more than 4,000 others.

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Iraq in a test… the government and people


 

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Iraq has imbued the Iranian presence more than it seems. All the important Iraqi institutions - the army, security services, even education and universities - have been the Iranians for 16 years in which Iraq was invaded after the US invasion and the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime.

The collapse of Saddam's regime and the failure of the US administration to manage the vacuum was an invaluable gift to the Iranians. Since then, Iraq has been held hostage to a speech by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in all matters relating to the administration of the state, including elections and the formation of parties, and of course the rich state budget, a large share of which went to the Treasury of the Revolutionary Guards.

This introduction is a reminder of the basis of the problems facing Iraq today, and prompted people to demonstrate and put themselves at risk of death to demand their legitimate rights as citizens, social justice, the provision of basic services and infrastructure, in addition to their repeated demand to confront the corrupt who looted state funds and turned it into a debtor state with billions of international loans. Unemployment in Iraq is 40 per cent. This is only happening in countries that are on the verge of economic collapse, not Iraq, whose resources vary underground and above the ground, the most important of which is its immense and immigrant human resources, which no longer believe in itself. Iraq.

The highest demands recorded by the demonstrations are the fight against corruption.

Angry Iraqis believe that corruption and cronyism have abducted the sustenance of their day and future, but the problem is that financial corruption in Iraq is not only theft or embezzlement, in the case of Iraqi financial corruption is political. More clearly, anti-corruption authorities cannot, for example, hold a personal account, a political leader, or a pro-Tehran party, these entities enjoy what might be termed the occupier's immunity. The country's problems can all be measured against this rule. Infrastructure is particularly weak, which has seen battles against ISIS, poor electricity and water services, and jobs are scarce. It cannot be generalized that the Iranians are governed by Iranians, but the fact that many political and military leaders are primarily loyal to their country. If this is the case, you will not find anyone angry because of the increase in poverty, for example because their affiliation affectionately not to Iraq or Iraqis.

We all know that the demonstrators, despite their legitimate demands, were met with violent resistance and live fire from masked groups and snipers. Even some police officers abandoned their role in protecting the protesters, and the protesters interpreted them as not Iraqis! The situation in Iraq is more difficult than all the other Arab countries, which suffer from internal conflict or foreign interference, because time has played its game and the Iranians had enough time to dominate all the joints of the Iraqi state with the absence of others.

The government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi today bears the burden of political and administrative corruption that has taken place over the past years, and demanded to correct the damaged conditions at the root, and can only make promises and demand demonstrators more time. Even the promises of the speaker of parliament and his negotiations with the demonstrators are only difficult to achieve, or rather difficult to believe, because the demonstrations that took place last year, for example in southern Iraq, calmed promises that have not yet been implemented.

If this is the case with Iraq, does that mean Iran is happy with this mess? The fact is that Iran wants a quiet, silent Iraq that is satisfied with what it is, and burning Iranian flags and mercy on Saddam's regime of Iraqi Shiites is a bold and unprecedented act. It wants Iraq as it has been going for decades, and it chooses from its politicians who will accept it or who will choose it in its favor. The Iraqis who took to the streets are of all sects, Sunnis and Shiites, tired of living dengue for the benefit of politicians who pay the price of their political positions. No one wants chaos to worsen and protests worsen, but it is necessary to understand the needs and patience of people who have run out of waiting for the promises of those who do not have it.

The current protests are what pop up from the iceberg, and deeper is more complicated. Iran, for example, seized the opportunity of a “jihadi jihad” fatwa against ISIS, announced by religious cleric Ali al-Sistani in 2015, to form armed factions and then legalize them through parliament. Iran has a regular state apparatus and a part of the armed forces… 
This example illustrates the ease of passing the Iranian agenda as long as it supports it in power centers and authorities. This popular mobilization with its factions that exceeded sixty factions is divided on itself, some of its loyalty to the religious authority in Najaf, and some of the reference of the Iranian «Qom».

When part of the state's armed forces owes service to another country for ideological or other reason, it means that the state is not only fragmented by sovereignty but lives in constant danger.I apologize for my pessimistic rhetoric, but because we love Iraq we fear it will continue to be kidnapped.

Today, the government has one real solution: to prioritize the demands of the people, especially the service and implement them at an urgent time. Demonstrators demanding political reform have a long way to go depending on the Iranian case, because the weaker the center, the weaker the parties.

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Video .. Iranian passports are falling from the Revolutionary Guards militias in Baghdad

 

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A video clip on social media revealed that a group of Iraqi protesters found Iranian passports that fell during the clash with protesters.

One demonstrator says: "This is an Iranian passport signed by the Guard," amid chants against Iranian interference in Iraq.

Iraq has been witnessing since days of mass protests stretching from Baghdad to several provinces across the country, which killed about 105 martyrs and more than 6,000 wounded, amid continuing demands to dismiss the government and stop Iranian interference in Iraqi affairs, in addition to demands to reform the deteriorating economic conditions and fight corruption and find Job opportunities for the unemployed.

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Western newspapers: Iraqi government promises to calm does not carry any strategy for economic reform!

 


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Special: Translation - Aya Hussein Ali:

 

 

The Wall Street Journal reported that the six days of protests in several Iraqi cities represent a major dilemma and crisis for the prime minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, who tried to calm the angry people with promises of job opportunities, allocating financial resources to poor families and responding to the demands of the masses. She pointed out that the protesters considered the statements of Abdul Mahdi, "empty promises", and raised the ceiling of their demands to demand the removal of the political system and its parties.

The Iraqi people suffer from difficult living conditions, while the political class and senior government employees receive very high salaries, and the Iraqi newspaper (Sky Press) revealed that, according to an official document attributed to the "Secretariat of the Council of Ministers"; One of them is a monthly salary of 8 million dinars, while their deputies receive 6 million dinars per month.

The (Wall Street Journal) that, according to the data of the International Monetary Fund; the Iraqi economy fell by 0.6% in 2018, although the government budget was planned to achieve a surplus of 8%, but it ended the fiscal year deficit amounted to 4%.

 

Government promises worsen crisis

After the meeting of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mohammed al-Halbousi, with a number of representatives of the demonstrators, on Saturday, the first came up with a number of proposals to appease the angry people, but according to (Wall Street Journal); In fact, 75% of the Iraqi budget goes to expenditures, a large part of which is used to sponsor political parties that take over ministries, and the rest is spent only a very small part on the collapsed infrastructure.

The newspaper pointed out that "Iraq" had taken initial steps to address its economic problems after the decline in the prices of "oil", which represents 90% of government revenues, in 2014-2016, which pushed the Iraqi economy to recession, along with the war fought against Under the guidance of the International Monetary Fund, Iraq has taken temporary steps to reduce payroll, taxation and suspend government employment.

Once the oil prices began to recover in late 2018, the situation changed as the state budget for 2019 rose to $ 111.8 billion from $ 88 billion in 2018, an increase of 27%. There have been significant increases in the public sector wage bill and a leap in Kurdish region allocations.

 

Young people don't want miracles ..

The Wall Street Journal reported that the majority of participants in the protests are young people suffering from unemployment, poor economic conditions and lack of basic services, pointing out that the Iraqi government does not have statistics for unemployment rates since 2017, and the latest assessment indicated that the rate was 13%, while The rate among young people is double that figure, and economic observers say the situation has worsened since then.

“We want work, we want to get salaries, we want to feel that we are part of this country, we want a decent life so that we can feed our families,” one of the young participants, Sam Rediff, 36, told the American newspaper. We demand basic services, it's not a miracle. ”

 

The government is investigating those involved ..

In the face of widespread criticism leveled at "Abdul Mahdi"; as a result of excessive use of violence against demonstrators, which led to deaths and injuries, some media and the Commission on Human Rights in "Iraq" estimated the number of victims; about 104 with 6,000 injured, as of Monday morning The Prime Minister ordered an investigation into the security forces responsible for breaking up the demonstrations after the government announced the existence of unidentified snipers responsible for firing at demonstrators and security personnel.

Police got support from the Iraqi armed forces in dispersing protesters and used live bullets and tear gas against protesters, the Wall Street Journal said. Experts warned that excessive violence against demonstrators had Leads to further escalation.

 

“Mahdi” shows the other face ..

Abdul Mahdi, an economist who studied at the French Sorbonne University, made a major effort before he came to office to convince the Iraqi people of their ability to turn their hopes into reality and to reform the political and economic system. In a speech last Friday, he seemed less hopeful, stating that there were no magic solutions and that: “The government cannot in one year solve the problems that no other government has been able to solve for 16 years.”

The newspaper (La Tercera) Chilean, that "Abdul Mahdi" issued a list of 17 measures to improve the situation, and explained that the promises made by the Iraqi government since the people took to the streets aimed to calm the protesters.

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41 minutes ago, DinarThug said:

In figures: losses of the Iraqi economy caused Internet service blocking

 

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Banning the Internet service is an economically and politically unacceptable step, with billions of losses

 

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Independent / - In a strange and economically, politically and socially unacceptable step, the government on Tuesday afternoon cut the Internet service to the capital Baghdad and a number of provinces after returning it earlier and for a few hours.

The government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi is the most strict in dealing with the Internet service in terms of severance compared with previous governments, despite all the observations on the performance of the governments of Nuri al-Maliki and the government of Haider al-Abadi did not dare to deal with the Internet service as the current government.

Estimates of the losses suffered by the economic and service sectors and private sector companies due to the government's decision to ban Internet service throughout Iraq by more than three billion dollars during the period last week.

The government has banned the Internet over the past five days in Baghdad and the central and southern provinces against the backdrop of angry protests that killed dozens of demonstrators and security forces and wounded thousands.

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Maliki must be laughing his azz off this is exactly what he wants!! It keeps Iraq from moving forward and just another distraction, sure can’t wait to see what comes up next!

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On 10/7/2019 at 8:25 AM, DinarThug said:

A delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government visits Baghdad

 

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A delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government will visit the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Tuesday.

According to a statement to the Ministry of Planning in the Kurdistan Regional Government, "it is scheduled to be a delegation from the ministry to visit Baghdad to meet with officials in the Iraqi capital. He did not give the statement more details.

Previously Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region issued a decree commissioned by the Minister for Territory Khaled Huani management file dialog between the Kurdistan Regional government of Iraq and the federal government. Agreed the federal government with the territorial government, during the last period, the development of practical mechanisms to discuss the outstanding issues details, through the formation of technical committees from the ministries concerned, under the supervision of the joint Supreme Committee.

The disputed areas files, Financial issues and budget, oil and gas, most of the outstanding issues between the two sides. In July, Barzani visited Baghdad at the head of a high-level government delegation and met the three presidencies (the Republic, the government and the parliament) on a visit he described as "positive."

 

Postponement of the visit of the delegation of the Government of Kurdistan to Baghdad until further notice

 

 
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Baghdad - Iraq today:

 

A member of the Kurdistan Regional Parliament Idris Shaaban has canceled the visit of a Kurdish delegation that was scheduled to take place on Tuesday to Baghdad. 

Shaaban said that "the visit of the delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government headed by the Minister of the Region, Khalid Shwani has been canceled because of recent events and demonstrations in Baghdad." 

He added"The visit, which was scheduled to complete discussions of oil and budget, will be postponed for further notice because of the concern of the government and parliament demonstrations and their results." 

In the past seven days, the capital Baghdad, along with other provinces, witnessed popular demonstrations against the deterioration of services and the spread of unemployment and corruption, including violence that led to the deaths of more than 100 demonstrators and a security element and the injury of thousands, while the three presidencies launched initiatives and promises to respond to the demands of the demonstrators.

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He added"The visit, which was scheduled to complete discussions of oil and budget, will be postponed for further notice because of the concern of the government and parliament demonstrations and their results.

 

-man this is annoying-

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On 10/3/2019 at 7:33 PM, DinarThug said:

Special security force secures the transfer of funds from the Green Zone

 

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A specialized security force escorted trucks transporting money from the Green Zone to an unknown location, a security source said Wednesday.

The source told "Kilkamsh Press" that "12 money trucks exited just before the Green Zone to protect a large security force."

He continued: “It is not known the nature of the money transferred and its return and where it is destined.”

The source believed that "the unstable security situation was the reason for the transfer of funds from the Green Zone," This came after mass demonstrations in the capital Baghdad and some of the southern provinces.

 

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BLAST FROM THE NOT SO DISTANT PAST . SORRY . NO LINK ......3rd August, 2019 by Abdul Jalil Al-Zubaidi It seems that Mr. Adel Abdul Mahdi’s plan is to pump money into the market and increase the purchasing power of the individual in the hope of activating the outputs of revitalizing wealth and thus reflect positively on the living situation and welfare of the citizen ....... It seems that Mr. Adel Abdul Mahdi’s plan is to pump money into the market and increase the purchasing power of the individual in the hope of activating the outputs of revitalizing wealth and thus reflect positively on the living situation and welfare of the citizen. The increase in salaries, the inclusion of new salary categories, and the expansion of loan categories and the increase of the beneficiary groups, are positive measures in this direction. It also seems to me that Mr. Abdul Mahdi (assumes) that the citizen has skills in the field of employment and investment and that he will invest the added money in small projects, through additional income or through loans and ultimately will contribute to the activation of the private sector movement and maximize investment in small projects that revive life And improve the lifestyle of the individual and the appearance of the city. As an example: The most simple aspiration of any official is that the citizen contributes to solve the housing crisis through the use of money and loans in the construction of housing, which raises part of the heavy burden on the government, knowing that the capital of the Iraqi private sector is the most feared and hesitant in recent history Thus it invests in the real estate market which is safest anywhere in the world .. Mr. Abdul Mahdi’s plan is somewhat similar to the actions taken by the British government after the Second War but .. Before the National Wealth Distribution Plan began, plans were made to modernize the industry and activate the private industrial sector.   

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17 minutes ago, blueskyline said:

BLAST FROM THE NOT SO DISTANT PAST . SORRY . NO LINK ......3rd August, 2019 by Abdul Jalil Al-Zubaidi It seems that Mr. Adel Abdul Mahdi’s plan is to pump money into the market and increase the purchasing power of the individual in the hope of activating the outputs of revitalizing wealth and thus reflect positively on the living situation and welfare of the citizen ....... It seems that Mr. Adel Abdul Mahdi’s plan is to pump money into the market and increase the purchasing power of the individual in the hope of activating the outputs of revitalizing wealth and thus reflect positively on the living situation and welfare of the citizen. The increase in salaries, the inclusion of new salary categories, and the expansion of loan categories and the increase of the beneficiary groups, are positive measures in this direction. It also seems to me that Mr. Abdul Mahdi (assumes) that the citizen has skills in the field of employment and investment and that he will invest the added money in small projects, through additional income or through loans and ultimately will contribute to the activation of the private sector movement and maximize investment in small projects that revive life And improve the lifestyle of the individual and the appearance of the city. As an example: The most simple aspiration of any official is that the citizen contributes to solve the housing crisis through the use of money and loans in the construction of housing, which raises part of the heavy burden on the government, knowing that the capital of the Iraqi private sector is the most feared and hesitant in recent history Thus it invests in the real estate market which is safest anywhere in the world .. Mr. Abdul Mahdi’s plan is somewhat similar to the actions taken by the British government after the Second War but .. Before the National Wealth Distribution Plan began, plans were made to modernize the industry and activate the private industrial sector.   

Thanks BL.

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24 minutes ago, navira said:

Thanks BL.

In Iraq’s terms it’s kniwn as the Iraq stabilisation Plan.....during world war 2 it was known as the European stabilisation plan..a plan to rebuild...

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25 minutes ago, navira said:

The most simple aspiration of any official is that the citizen contributes to solve the housing crisis through the use of money and loans in the construction of housing

Yep and get paid to build their own homes..money cycle

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3 hours ago, DinarThug said:

We want work, we want to get salaries, we want to feel that we are part of this country, we want a decent life so that we can feed our families,” one of the young participants, Sam Rediff, 36, told the American newspaper. We demand basic services, it's not a miracle. ”

 Yep...it’s that simple

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