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Parliament is discussing with the National Investment Commission the implementation of service projects

 

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15th January, 2020


Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Bashir Al-Haddad, discussed on Wednesday the Chairman of the National Investment Commission to support the Authority's efforts in legislation and laws to enhance investment opportunities and implement service projects.

In a statement, Mawazine News received a copy of the mourning, "The latter met with the president of the National Authority Salar Muhammad Amin Agency to support and support the efforts of the National Investment Authority with the legislation and laws in force to enhance investment opportunities and attract strong international companies to implement large service projects in The main sectors of health, agriculture, water, electricity, communication network, housing, and infrastructure rehabilitation in all governorates of Iraq.

He added, "The meeting also discussed strategic initiatives to support the economy and ways to encourage the Iraqi and foreign investor and improve the reality of services and construction of housing units to alleviate the housing crisis and take advantage of the areas surrounding city centers." 

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Political expert: Abdul-Mahdi lost international acceptability after his failure to manage crises
 

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17th January, 2020


On Friday, political expert Raad Hashem revealed an Iranian-American struggle to determine the fate of resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.

Hashem said in a press statement pursued by "Al-Akhbariya", that "there are doubts that Abdel-Mahdi will obtain international acceptability in returning him again, after his failure to perform the crises, delinquency and inclination towards the Iranian side."

He added, "Iran will seek to support his return. As for America, he will press towards his expulsion and choose another person capable of dealing wisely and being able to deal with crucial and important issues."

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Deputy: The President of the Republic will hold intense meetings in the coming hours to resolve the premiership


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On Saturday, a member of the House of Representatives, Muhammad Al-Khaldi, revealed the intention of the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, to hold intense meetings of political blocs to resolve the mandate of the next Prime Minister, indicating that all the names that were proposed were excluded, except for Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi.

Al-Khalidi said in a statement to / information / that "the coming hours will witness intensive meetings of President of the Republic Barham Saleh with the heads of political blocs in order to resolve the issue of the presidency of the next government."


He added that "all the names that have been put forward to head the government are no longer competitive, with the exception of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, who was nominated by a parliamentary bloc of more than 60 deputies, as well as the presence of support by the demonstrators and the lack of political rejection."

He explained that "the ball is currently in the court of the President of the Republic after not nominating the largest bloc or agreement between the demonstrators and the political blocs to choose a certain figure to head the government." 
 

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Anyone have a clue as to the Iraqi definitions of determining what - " to hold Intense meetings " actually means - -  & a timeline for " in the coming hours " ???

 

Just curious as I need to probably prepare myself for the possibility of still being here in 2020.:cool:

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In compliance with the conditions of the protesters ... an Iraqi political movement to nominate an "independent" prime minister within 48 hours

 

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The deputy of the Saeron Alliance, Riyad Al-Masoudi, revealed on Saturday, January 18-20, the movements of political forces to choose an independent prime minister to manage the transitional government, before the deadline set by the protesters in Nasiriyah, which had the support of the protesting provinces, expired. 

Riyad Al-Masoudi said, in an interview with (Baghdad Today), that "the movements of political forces began last Thursday, and continue to this day, in a serious and real manner, in order to respond to the demands of the demonstrators regarding the choice of the prime minister to replace the resigned Adel Abdul Mahdi."

Al-Masoudi added, "The turbulent conditions that the country witnessed recently regarding American aggressions and the Iranian response have had a delay in negotiations between political forces to choose the personality of the new prime minister."

The deputy of the Saeron Alliance pointed out that "everyone understands that the data on the ground are dangerous, with the end of the deadline for Nasiriyah after two days," noting that "the citizen must be aware that the process of selecting the Prime Minister is not an easy process."

The deputy of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Karim al-Muhammadawi, revealed Saturday, 18/1-2020, that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, and the head of the coalition, Hadi al-Amiri, were continuing to resolve the selection of a figure for prime minister this week.

Karim al-Muhammadawi, in an interview with (Baghdad Today), said that "there are signs that pave the way for the selection of a new prime minister during the current week or a little more than that," noting that "there is agreement on this file among the Shiite political forces, especially after their unification."

Al-Muhammadawi added, "Four names will be nominated to the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, to choose one of them for the position of Prime Minister," noting that "these personalities are not previously presented and are independent and will be satisfactory to the demonstrators." 

The MP from the Al-Fateh Alliance in Parliament pointed out, "Communication between the head of the coalition, Hadi al-Amiri, and the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to resolve the prime minister's choice very soon." 

The political forces failed to choose a replacement for Abdul-Mahdi to head the next government during the 15-day period specified by the constitution, and the constitutional breach became evident after exceeding the specified period.

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A deputy of building reveals three prime ministers and calls them the best of luck

 

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The deputy from the Construction Alliance, Mukhtar Al-Mousawi, revealed that three names as candidates for the post of prime minister were included, including Ali Shukri, Advisor to the President of the Republic and Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, as well as a third military figure.

Al-Moussawi said in a radio statement that followed him / information /, that “three names were submitted as candidates for the post of prime minister, including Ali Shukri, Adviser to the President of the Republic and Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, as well as a third military figure.

He added that "there is what is more important at the present time from the issue of choosing a prime minister, which is the repercussions of the American presence and the expected demonstrations against that presence."

Al-Musawi said, "Deciding one of them after the end of the repercussions of the American presence and the demonstrations called by the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, against the American presence." 
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Political understandings on choosing a prime minister


Saturday January 18 2020

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Parliamentary sources reported that the understandings between the "Shiite" political blocs led to an agreement described as "principled" to resolve the position of the next prime minister, and to choose a consensual figure acceptable from the street and the authority.

The deputy of the Alliance of Raiders Riyad Al-Masoudi said: "The Shiite political forces have reached a complete conviction of the necessity of choosing a personality that suits the nature of the stage and not the wishes of the political parties, and thus moved from the stage of political stalemate to a real and serious movement to choose a person who leads the transitional phase without problems."

Al-Masoudi suggested that "the coming few days will witness a solution to the crisis of choosing the next prime minister according to specifications that the people accept and reference."

He added, "The transitional stage that will be determined will be by political agreement, since the constitution has not been referred to, and that early elections cannot be determined unless the law is published in the Official Gazette," noting that "its publication depends on the completion of the annexes assigned to a parliamentary and governmental committee to determine the number of Districts and areas, as well as the need for security and political stability. "

In a similar situation, the member of the Alliance, Al-Fath Muhammad Al-Baldawi, revealed a preliminary agreement between the forces of the Shiite blocs to present a specific figure that will be announced this week.

Al-Baldawi said: "The Shiite political forces have reached understandings to agree on offering an acceptable figure to head the next government," noting that "the Shiite forces will present that character during the current week."

He added, "The political forces from the other components have informed the Shiite forces that they will not stand in the way of our choice of a new and acceptable figure if it is agreed upon by us."

As for the deputy of the Sadqoun Ahmad Al-Kinani bloc, he confirmed that "a new mechanism has been put in place to choose an independent government, and the name of the candidate for prime minister will be announced soon," without revealing the nature of that mechanism.

Al-Kinani added, "The coming days will witness the solution of many things, especially the formation of the new government and the file of foreign presence," stressing that "the convergence of the big poles within the political process will contribute to choosing a government away from the political quota." 

 

In turn, the deputy revealed the construction alliance Mukhtar Al-Mousawi On submitting three names as candidates for the post of prime minister. Moussaoui said in a press interview: "Three names were presented as candidates for the post of prime minister, including Ali Shukri, Advisor to the President of the Republic and Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, as well as a third military figure," stressing that "Ali Shukri possesses the best chance of taking office."

He added, "There is what is more important at the present time than the issue of choosing a prime minister, which is the repercussions of the American presence and the forthcoming demonstrations against that presence." Mousawi added, "The choice of one of them was decided after the end of the repercussions of the American presence, and the demonstrations called by the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada. Sadr is against the American presence. "

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On 1/15/2020 at 12:22 PM, DinarThug said:

were dispersed behind the non-resolution of this position, stressing that there are limitations set to choose an alternative personality

Hoping they will choose this guy Allawi, the cousin to the ex PM. 
He’s a business man an not a politician but best part is he dislikes al-Maliki...

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Determine the date for resolving the nomination of the Prime Minister and submit it officially to Parliament

 

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18th January, 2020


A deputy in the House of Representatives announced, on Saturday, a date for resolving the nomination of the Prime Minister and presenting it officially to the Council.

"The new developments on the political and security scene, pushed all political forces to accelerate the formation of a new government," he said.

Al-Musawi pointed out, "Although there is no final agreement on the name of a candidate for the position of Prime Minister, but this week will see the finalization of the Prime Minister's nomination, and it will be announced and submitted to the House of Representatives formally." 

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Deputy: The delay in choosing the prime minister is proof that the political forces want a candidate to preserve their gains

 

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20th January, 2020
 
 
The head of the National Parliamentary Coalition bloc, Kazem Al-Shammari, believes that the delay in deciding to choose the prime minister to succeed resigned Adel Abdul-Mahdi is evidence that the political forces want a candidate to preserve their gains.


Al-Shammari said in a press statement, that "regardless of all the justifications that can be put forward regarding the failure to reach an acceptable figure for the position of Prime Minister, this matter has become a shame." We have been paying for it since the erroneous interpretation of the Federal Court of the Greatest Bloc. "

He pointed out that "delaying deciding this matter is a real dilemma and there are no real reasons for this except that the political forces want any candidate for prime minister to preserve their gains in addition to the crisis of confidence that governs the course of the political process from the beginning until today."

 

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Lol - This Is Just One Parliament Member’s Opinion ! ;) 

 

And The Arabish Translation Of The Headline Makes It Sound Like Saleh Himself Will Be PM ! :o 


But The Last Line Shows That He Will Be Announcing A New PM - Not Himself ! :lmao: 

 

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

 

 

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Deputy: Today, Saleh will be appointed as the new Prime Minister

 

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20th January, 2020
 
 
On Monday, President of the Republic Barham Salih is expected to appoint a new prime minister to succeed resigning Adel Abdul Mahdi.

 

Member of Parliament Muhammad Al-Khalidi said in a statement to "Al-Akhbaria" that "President Barham Saleh will appoint today the candidate for the position of prime minister."

 

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Sources: The President Of The Republic Has Three Candidates For The Post Of Prime Minister  - Get To Know Them


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20th January, 2020

 

Informed sources confirmed the details of the political movement in Baghdad, that the President of the Republic Barham Saleh has three personalities to assume the task of forming a transitional government whose task is to hold early elections and prepare the ground for that.

The sources, who preferred not to mention their names or their job characteristics, told the "Al-Mustaqila" correspondent today, Monday, that the President of the Republic will choose one of the three persons who have settled the opinion on them and are inciting with acceptable acceptance from the squares and heads of political blocs, and the names are each of:

1. Mustafa Al-Kazemi, the current director of the intelligence service.

2. Ali Shukry, Advisor to the President of the Republic.

3. Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, former Minister of Communications.

The sources indicated that one of the duties of the person assigned to the task of chairing the interim government is to present an integrated government program of one year ending with early elections.

 

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A parliamentary source reveals to "Al-Ikhbaria" by the names of the prime minister's candidates, to succeed the resigned "Abdul-Mahdi"

 

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20th January, 2020
 
 
A parliamentary source revealed, today, Monday, by name, the candidates for the presidency of the government, to succeed resigning Adel Abdul Mahdi.

The source said to "Al-Ikhbaria," that "the dialogues between the political blocs resulted in the nomination of three names, who will choose the President of the Republic, Barham Saleh, one of them today," noting that "the names are confined between Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, Ali Shukri, and Mustafa Al-Kazemi."
He stressed, the source, who preferred not to be named, that "Saleh will cost the character who has the highest popular approval, in addition to a political consensus."
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Abu Ragheef: In the coming hours, we will witness a resolution of the controversy

 

Abu Ragheef: In the coming hours, we will witness a resolution of the controversy

 
1/20/2020 4:45 PM
 
 
A spokesman for the National Wisdom Movement, Nofal Abu Ragheef, hinted at resolving the debate over the candidate for prime minister in the coming hours.

 

Abu Ragheef said in a tweet on {tension}: “Perhaps we will witness in the coming hours a resolution of the controversy that has gone on so long ... We hope that this will be at the level of delay and waiting in the eyes of people

A well-informed source revealed the most likely candidate to head the transitional government, who will be assigned tonight

The source mentioned {for Furat News} that “after excluding 3 candidates from the position, they are {Qasim Al-Araji, Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Ali Allawi} from the nomination, the competition remained confined now between {Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi} and {Ali Shukri}

He added, "According to political sources, [Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi] is the favorite and the closest to assign him

Informed sources had revealed that the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, would probably appoint the candidate for the position of head of the new government today and "obtain the acceptance of the masses and political parties

"The names nominated for prime minister now, strongly and from my sources, according to the sequence, Qassim al-Araji, Ali Allawi, Mustafa al-Kazemi {Director of the intelligence service], Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, and Ali Shukri,” political analyst Wathiq al-Hashemi said in a press statement

A political source revealed that it is likely that 3 personalities will be excluded from the five candidates, and that discussions are underway to assign one of the two remaining figures

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Deputy for victory: The coming hours will see the appointment of the next prime minister

 

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The deputy for the victory coalition, Nada Shaker Jawdat, revealed on Monday that the political blocs have reached advanced stages regarding the selection of the prime minister, indicating that the next two days will witness the consignment of the next prime minister in a consensual manner.

Jawdat said in a statement to the "information", that "the meetings between the political blocs have been going on around the clock for 10 days and have reached satisfactory solutions for all."

She added, "The next two days will witness the appointment of the next Prime Minister by the President of the Republic, with the prime minister to be consensual."

Jawdat said, "The recent escalation in the protests is caused by the failure to end reform files in forming the government and taking measures to absorb the anger of the citizens." 

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Urgent: Barham Salih commissioned Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi as Prime Minister

 

 

The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, officially assigns Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to take over as prime minister after a meeting that ended shortly before the presidential palace. 

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Allawi: The President will not charge me tonight, which is why

 

 Time: 1/20/2020 11:18 PM  Reading: 3,406 times

 

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{Baghdad: Al Furat News} Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi revealed the reason for not mandating him to form the transitional government.

A source close to Allawi told {the Euphrates News} saying that "President of the Republic Barham Saleh will not cost Allawi today," indicating that "the incompatibility prevented that."

A political source revealed, this evening, to Al-Furat, that "the nomination of candidate Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi has not been resolved, and he may falter and search for another candidate."

The (Al Furat News) revealed this afternoon, quoting a source familiar with the most likely candidate to head the transitional government, who may be assigned tonight.

The source stated to {the Euphrates News} that, “After excluding 3 candidates from the position, namely (Qasim Al-Araji, Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Ali Allawi) from the nomination, the competition between {Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi} and {Ali Shukri} was restricted.”

He added, "According to political sources," Allawi is the favorite and most likely to assign him. "

Informed sources had revealed that the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, would probably appoint the candidate for the position of head of the new government today and "obtain the acceptance of the masses and political parties."

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The demonstrators refuse to nominate "Allawi" and "Shukri" to head the Iraqi government

 
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
 
 

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The demonstrators in the liberation square in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, on Monday evening, January 20, 2020, announced their rejection of the names nominated to take over the Iraqi government.

The protesters in Tahrir Square hung banners refusing to nominate "Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi" or "Ali Yousef Al-Shukri" for the post of prime minister.

 

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They are the same calls that saw popular rejection in different parts of Iraq, including the streets of Samawah

 

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