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3 minutes ago, djiboutikid said:

Yay! I have never been first to comment! Thank you Adam, I needed some good news!

Damn, just missed!

Thanks Adam, just finished paying off my angel financing so I'm right on schedule and ready as I could ever be. Go Iraqi people and go Iraqi RV!:twothumbs:

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19 minutes ago, Adam Montana said:

Things are going well. As long as Steve Harvey isn't chosen to announce the rate,


 This Just In .........  Steve Harvey Just Awarded The Rate To Ms Uzbekistan ! :o 

 

Hell GIF by Steve Harvey TV

 

:D  :D  :D 

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Thanks for the update and the announcement that Steve Harvey will not announce the rate (that is great news). Now we can just wait for the RV to happen and get that text or call from you Adam...… Looking forward to cashing in soon

 

Goooooooo RV.

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Thanks Adam.  Things sound positive.  I am definitely ready!

(Congrats to "djiboutikid".  It's kinda fun to be first now and then.)

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4 hours ago, Adam Montana said:

The Kurds already agreed to a portion of the Budget, and they are continuing to make progress on their own responsibilities.
Also good. :twothumbs:


From Today ...   ;) 

 

 

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Deputy: The resigned government will put the budget in the hands of its alternative in order to resolve it

 

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The deputy of the Alliance of Mairoun Mudhar Al-Azrajawi confirmed on Wednesday that the resigned government will put the budget in the hands of the new government in order to put the finishing touches on it, pointing out that the new year will start with a budget of 1/12 until the budget for 2020 is approved.

In a statement to Al-Maalouma, Al-Azrajawi said, "The resigned government wanted to have a vision for the new government regarding the budget, so it did not submit it to Parliament during the current days, as the budget will be presented to the new government."

He added that "the new year will begin with a budget that adopts the system of 1/12 until the budget for 2020 is completed and the end of administrative procedures in this regard, as this system is in place in most of the past years."

He explained that "it is expected that there will be a large consensus to approve the budget, as it will focus on matters that have a direct contact with the life of the citizen, and therefore Parliament will pass it quickly, especially since there is communication between the government and parliament regarding the preparation of the budget."

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Territory: Implementation of Article 140 of our first discussions with the new government

 

Territory: Implementation of Article 140 of our first discussions with the new government
 
 
11/12/2019 13:23 
 
 
Khalid Shawani, Minister of the Kurdistan Region, said, for dialogue with the federal government, that the normalization of conditions in the (disputed) areas is one of the first priorities of our dialogues with the federal government.

 

Shawani said during a press conference today, that "the Kurdistan Regional Government attaches great importance to the normalization of conditions in these areas and the implementation of constitutional Article 140."

He added, "The Kurdistan Regional Government put forward its vision and project to implement Article 140 and normalize the conditions in those areas in front of the federal government," noting "the formation of a joint committee between the Kurdistan Region and the federal government to normalize the conditions in all these regions."

He continued: When resuming dialogue with the federal government or with any new government, the implementation of Article 140 and the normalization of conditions in the areas (disputed) will be among the priorities of our dialogue and our discussions.
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6 hours ago, Pitcher said:

Thank you Adam!!!   Waiting patiently for your text!!  

 

 

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Did he say Steve Harvey!!!!  Noooooo

Steve Harvey’s mind tricks do not work on me! :nooo: 

Come on RV Baby!!! 😉

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Alright. I am the 20th person to comment.

I am getting older. Being 1st at this point is not a high expectation.

I tell my wife I am going to be late to my funeral so start without me. :)

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