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At this point Saleh may be making inquiries about converting. :)

 

1 hour ago, DinarThug said:


This Just In - The Umbertino Mafia Arranged A Secret Clandestine Visit In Rome For Saleh To Receive Vatican Approval For The Next PM While Enroute Back From Davos ! :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

 

The President of the Republic heads to Italy to meet the Pope at the Vatican

 

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Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:
 

 

Today, Friday, President of the Republic Barham Salih left for Italy to meet the Pope at the Vatican.

The Presidency of the Republic stated in a statement, "Tomorrow Press" received a copy of it, that "on his way back from the Davos conference, Barham Saleh went to Italy on a short visit to meet His Holiness the Pope at the Vatican to discuss the region and the world’s need for peace and harmony, in addition to an agenda for a visit His Holiness the upcoming Pope of Iraq.

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10 minutes ago, nannab said:

At this point Saleh may be making inquiries about converting. :)


U Mean Converting His Dinar At The Umbertino Mafia’s Vatican Exchange ? :o 
 

 

 

Usually U Need To Have Weegie Make U A Tier 1 Appointment First ...

 

:D  :D  :D 

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Right there with you Adam. Watching this real closely.  The protesters are making sure there is no Iranian puppet and no puppet master in the wings.  

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1 hour ago, Adam Montana said:

Pressure is REALLY heating up to replace Mahdi... and it looks like Iran is losing the "(s)election".

 

If they get anyone in there that isn't an Iranian puppet, we are on the fast track. :twothumbs:


Just As Long As Parliament Doesn’t Get Involved ! :o 

 

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:D  :D  :D 
 

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Support: An important dialogue tonight about the candidate for prime minister and its results in two days

 

Support: An important dialogue tonight about the candidate for prime minister and its results in two days
 
 
1/23/2020 9:25 PM  (last night)
 
 
The representative of the Parliamentary Bloc, Hassan Faddem, revealed an important dialogue tonight held by the political blocs on the candidate for the next prime minister.

He said support (for Furat News) that "there is no discount for a candidate for prime minister agreed upon by the political blocs," revealing "the existence of a large and important dialogue to be held this evening that will lead to its results during the next two days." "There is a convergence of views and insistence among the various political blocs on the need to expedite the nomination of the candidate for prime minister," he stressed.

He pointed out support that "the issue of the largest bloc ended in the first session held by the House of Representatives, but the Iraqi prime minister is supposed to represent all Iraqis without exception and that it is nationally and popularly acceptable, and paves the way for early elections and meets the demands of the demonstrators and is not controversial."


Parliamentary sources reported that the understandings between the 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 religious reference, and that the next few days will witness a solution to the crisis of choosing the next prime minister according to specifications that the people accept and reference.

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10 hours ago, Adam Montana said:

Pressure is REALLY heating up to replace Mahdi... and it looks like Iran is losing the "(s)election".

 

If they get anyone in there that isn't an Iranian puppet, we are on the fast track.

 

 

:twothumbs:

 

It has become obvious to everyone there's no future in placating the Iranian regime any further. They're in stage 4 of terminal illness.

 

If you're Saleh, who should you fear more: Your own population or the militias in the crosshairs of American drones? Is now the time to choose the partner who connects you with China, Europe, and NASDAQ, or the side whose threats on your life become more impotent with each passing week?

 

It has to be now.

 



 

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7 hours ago, Kenny_Logins said:

It has become obvious to everyone there's no future in placating the Iranian regime any further.
They're in stage 4 of terminal illness.


Is That The Terminal Soleimani Was In At The Baghdad Airport ? :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

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Al-Fateh: The nomination of the Prime Minister will be decided this evening or tomorrow morning

 

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The Al-Fateh coalition announced, on Saturday, that the candidate for prime minister will be announced this evening or tomorrow morning, indicating that the number of demonstrations is decreasing after achieving most of its demands.

“Most of the demands of the demonstrators were fulfilled in the matter of the election law and a new independent commission, and their contracts and others were abrogated, which led to a decline in the number of demonstrators in the squares,” said the deputy from Al-Fath Fadhel Jaber.

He added that "the last important joint is the naming of the prime minister from a non-dialectical figure that eliminates the tension that exists between the demonstrators and the government and contains them, which is the most important point for them."

He explained that "the president of the republic will announce the name of the candidate to form the government this evening or Sunday morning, in response to the demands of the demonstrators and the demands of the religious authority in Najaf." 

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A deputy from "Saeron" talks about agreeing to a "surprising" candidate for prime minister


Iraqi demonstrators at the Aviation Square in Baghdad a day before the deadline they set for the government to fulfill their demands

25th January, 2020

 

The "Saeron" coalition led by Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr revealed "a candidate for prime minister has been decided by consensus between the political blocs and the president of the republic," according to the coalition's deputy, Bader Al-Ziyadi, who spoke Saturday to the Iraqi National News Agency (NINA).

When the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, returned from his visit to Italy on Saturday, the deputy said, "During the current week, he will assign a new personality and it will be surprising to everyone and far from all the figures presented in the media."

He explained that the new character "will be independent and accepted by everyone, and there is agreement and agreement between the political blocs on that personality."

And Iraqi political parties are running marathon negotiations with the aim of naming a prime minister instead of resigning Adel Abdul Mahdi, without reaching an agreement yet.

During the past weeks, some names have been proposed, including the governor of Basra, Asaad Al-Eidani, Qusay al-Suhail, and Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, but the protesters announced their rejection of these names as they are linked to the Iranian agenda.

The protesters gave the political blocs a deadline that expired last Monday to present an independent candidate.

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39 minutes ago, DinarThug said:

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A deputy from "Saeron" talks about agreeing to a "surprising" candidate for prime minister


Iraqi demonstrators at the Aviation Square in Baghdad a day before the deadline they set for the government to fulfill their demands

25th January, 2020

 

The "Saeron" coalition led by Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr revealed "a candidate for prime minister has been decided by consensus between the political blocs and the president of the republic," according to the coalition's deputy, Bader Al-Ziyadi, who spoke Saturday to the Iraqi National News Agency (NINA).

When the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, returned from his visit to Italy on Saturday, the deputy said, "During the current week, he will assign a new personality and it will be surprising to everyone and far from all the figures presented in the media."

He explained that the new character "will be independent and accepted by everyone, and there is agreement and agreement between the political blocs on that personality."

And Iraqi political parties are running marathon negotiations with the aim of naming a prime minister instead of resigning Adel Abdul Mahdi, without reaching an agreement yet.

During the past weeks, some names have been proposed, including the governor of Basra, Asaad Al-Eidani, Qusay al-Suhail, and Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, but the protesters announced their rejection of these names as they are linked to the Iranian agenda.

The protesters gave the political blocs a deadline that expired last Monday to present an independent candidate.

 

I feel like they're following a script and a timeline that was written long ago, or maybe right after Suleimani was whacked. There are no surprises. The reactions of each faction is so predictable every time they announce a candidate, they seem to have no purpose other than to stall. They know where this is going to end up, but they apparently have to stick to a timeline. 

 

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55 minutes ago, DinarThug said:

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A deputy from "Saeron" talks about agreeing to a "surprising" candidate for prime minister


Iraqi demonstrators at the Aviation Square in Baghdad a day before the deadline they set for the government to fulfill their demands

25th January, 2020

 

The "Saeron" coalition led by Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr revealed "a candidate for prime minister has been decided by consensus between the political blocs and the president of the republic," according to the coalition's deputy, Bader Al-Ziyadi, who spoke Saturday to the Iraqi National News Agency (NINA).

When the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, returned from his visit to Italy on Saturday, the deputy said, "During the current week, he will assign a new personality and it will be surprising to everyone and far from all the figures presented in the media."

He explained that the new character "will be independent and accepted by everyone, and there is agreement and agreement between the political blocs on that personality."

And Iraqi political parties are running marathon negotiations with the aim of naming a prime minister instead of resigning Adel Abdul Mahdi, without reaching an agreement yet.

During the past weeks, some names have been proposed, including the governor of Basra, Asaad Al-Eidani, Qusay al-Suhail, and Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, but the protesters announced their rejection of these names as they are linked to the Iranian agenda.

The protesters gave the political blocs a deadline that expired last Monday to present an independent candidate.

 

I hope it is a woman who is an Iraqi nationalist and isn't an Iranian puppet. 

That's the only way these guys could really surprise me. 

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1 hour ago, DinarThug said:

"During the current week, he will assign a new personality and it will be surprising to everyone and far from all the figures presented in the media."

He explained that the new character "will be independent and accepted by everyone, and there is agreement and agreement between the political blocs on that personality."

 

Im thinkin it'll be this iraqi marshland traveler known by few but full of wisdom ... :twothumbs:

 

Image result for farmer in Iraq marsh lands 

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5 minutes ago, 3n1 said:

 

Im thinkin it'll be this iraqi marshland traveler known by few but full of wisdom ... :twothumbs: 

 

How about this guy in Saddam's former chair?

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1 hour ago, DinarThug said:


Is That The Terminal Soleimani Was In At The Baghdad Airport ? :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

Thug, Solemaini succumbed to terminal velocity, exacerbated by over confidence, and the underestimation of external factors resulting in an express trip to se Allah and his 72 virgins. 

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18 minutes ago, mr.unlikely said:

Thug, Solemaini succumbed to terminal velocity, exacerbated by over confidence, and the underestimation of external factors resulting in an express trip to se Allah and his 72 virgins. 

 

I'm thinking he went South, rather than North.

I heard he was looking for a much, much warmer climate.

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2 hours ago, mr.unlikely said:

resulting in an express trip to se Allah and his 72 virgins. 

 

1 hour ago, Floridian said:

I'm thinking he went South, rather than North.

I heard he was looking for a much, much warmer climate.


Ya - And It Was With 72 Virgin Wool Sheep ! :o 
 

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:D  :D  :D 

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Deputy: Selecting a prime minister within the terms of reference that will end the demonstrations by the hour
 

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On Saturday, MP from the Parliamentary Current Movement, Ali Al-Badiri, affirmed his bloc’s commitment to the religious authority’s sermon yesterday, through which it confirmed the selection of a personality that is acceptable to all parties to take over as prime minister, indicating that choosing a prime minister within the authority’s terms of reference would end the demonstrations with its hour.

Al-Badiri said in a statement to "Information", that "the sermon of the supreme religious authority yesterday represents a safe way out of the crisis that Iraq is going through ," noting that "the selection of a prime minister within the specifications called for by the reference is enough to end the demonstrations at the same hour that he is assigned to." 

Al-Badiri added, “The hegemony of the major political forces is still present in the political scene and has no real desire to choose a personality that is acceptable to all.”

The religious authority confirmed, on Friday, that the formation of the new government was long overdue by constitutionally determined period, stressing the need for the cooperation of the various parties concerned to end this file.

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State of Law: This week will see the appointment of a new, non-controversial Prime Minister

 

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25th January, 2020
 
 
Member of the State of Law coalition, Saad Al-Muttalabi, confirmed today, Saturday, that this week will see the appointment of a new prime minister.


Al-Muttalabi said to "Al-Ikhbaria" that "during the current week he will witness the assignment of a new prime minister," noting that "the prime minister will be non-controversial among all parties and will have the acceptance of most political blocs and sit-ins."

He added that "the delay in resolving the prime minister's case delayed the last dozens of reform files, particularly the launch of appointments and public services and the approval of the budget."

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“The hegemony of the major political forces is still present in the political scene and has no real desire to choose a personality that is acceptable to all.”

 

The Iranian influence in the political scene.

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7 hours ago, Floridian said:

 

I'm thinking he went South, rather than North.

I heard he was looking for a much, much warmer climate.

Well, if he goes South, he will find that warmer climate.😁

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Source: Political blocs agreed on a candidate to be appointed by Saleh upon his return

 

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25th January, 2020
 
 
A political source said that a semi-final agreement was reached on one of the candidates for prime minister, indicating that the political blocs are awaiting the return of the President of the Republic, Barham Saleh, to the country for the sake of commissioning.


The source said in a press statement, "There is a near-complete agreement between the political blocs on a candidate from among the names proposed last week to take over as prime minister."

He added that "the blocs had contacts with Saleh and it was agreed with him in this regard and will be assigned upon his return to the country."

It is noteworthy that the names nominated for prime minister were confined last week between (Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi, Mustafa Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and Ali Shukri).

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State of Law: This week will see the appointment of a new, non-controversial Prime Minister

 

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25th January, 2020
 
 
Member of the State of Law coalition, Saad Al-Muttalabi, confirmed today, Saturday, that this week will see the appointment of a new prime minister.


Al-Muttalabi said to "Al-Ikhbaria" that "during the current week he will witness the assignment of a new prime minister," noting that "the prime minister will be non-controversial among all parties and will have the acceptance of most political blocs and sit-ins."

He added that "the delay in resolving the prime minister's case delayed the last dozens of reform files, particularly the launch of appointments and public services and the approval of the budget."

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Sunni, Kurdish, and other blocs agree to nominate Mustafa al-Kazemi to head the government

 

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25th January, 2020
 

Informed political sources reported, on Saturday, that there is almost agreement between the rest of the government, wisdom, and Kurdish and Sunni blocs to choose Mustafa Al-Kazemi as prime minister, indicating that the Al-Fateh Alliance adheres to the nomination of Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi as prime minister.

The source said to "Al-Ikhbaria" that "the recent meetings between the political blocs ended in agreement on the candidacy of Mustafa Al-Kazemi to head the government with the support of the Alliance and the Wisdom." He explained that "Al-Kazemi's choice is fully supported by Sunni blocs and Kurdish forces."

The source added that "the Construction Alliance is determined to nominate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to head the government and rejects al-Kazemi's candidacy."
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On 1/25/2020 at 11:29 AM, mr.unlikely said:

Thug, Solemaini succumbed to terminal velocity, exacerbated by over confidence, and the underestimation of external factors resulting in an express trip to se Allah and his 72 virgins. 

 

I heard he just spread himself too thin.

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2 minutes ago, bkeiller said:

 

I heard he just spread himself too thin.

 

It was just too much stress & responsibility for Solemaini to handle and he went ALL to PIECES. ;) 

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