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Maliki's coalition regrets: We will not vote on the Al-Kazemi government


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2 hours ago, horsesoldier said:

Here we go again - STRIKE 3 YOU'RE OUT ! :facepalm:   WHAT A STEAMING PILE O ' :bs:

 

 

We are way, way past BS.  We are now talking some serious Rhino poop

 

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10 hours ago, yota691 said:

 

 

18 minutes ago, Pitcher said:

We are way, way past BS.  We are now talking some serious Rhino poop

 

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Which Coincidentally - Is Also Maliki’s And The Rest Of Parliament’s Birthing Process ! :o 

 

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Though Usually Through A Camel Surrogate ...
 
:D  :D  :D 
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Deputy: Al-Kazemi’s government will pass quickly for this reason
12:26 – 03/05/2020
Deputy - Al-Kazemis government will pass quickly for this reasonBaghdad – Mawazine News
, a deputy for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan bloc, confirmed on Sunday that the vote on Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s government in the parliament will take place quickly, in order to announce most political blocs to support him.
And MP Hassan Ali said, according to his party’s media, that “the Parliament will hold a preliminary session tomorrow, Monday, before voting on the new federal government headed by Mustafa Al-Kazemi.”
He added: “I imagine that the voting session for the Al-Kazemi government will be next Tuesday after the completion of all necessary measures and agreement between the political blocs.”
On the possibility of passing the government within the House of Representatives, Representative Hassan Ali said: “I think the government will pass quickly because most of the parliamentary blocs have confirmed their support for Al-Kazemi and there is an appropriate floor to vote on the formation of the new federal government.” Ended 29 / A 43

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These people don.t want a functioning government. All hot air and no action.

Remember the crack down " Where did you get this?  That was hot for a while but

faded out just like every attempt at reform.  Wow what a Shites storm

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Kurdistan

Chairman of Iraq’s Integrity Commission dies in car accident in Duhok

Sangar Ali Sangar Ali |
March 15-2019     09:15 AM
 
 

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Chairman of Iraq’s Integrity Commission dies in car accident in Duhok
The chairman of the Iraqi Commission of Integrity Judge Izzat Tawfiq Jaafar. (Photo: Archive)
 
Kurdistan Iraq Duhok 
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ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – The chairman of the Iraqi Commission of Integrity, Judge Izzat Tawfiq Jaafar, tragically died on Thursday in a car accident in the north of the country.

The accident occurred in the province of Duhok, in the autonomous Kurdistan Region, according to the Commission’s statement.

He was transferred to a nearby hospital, but ultimately succumbed to his injuries, a medical source told Kurdistan 24 on Friday.

The Commission praised Jaafar’s “dedication in carrying out his duties to the nation. He never wasted a minute and was always keen to carry out the tasks entrusted to the organization with wisdom and knowledge,” the Commission added.

Jaafar was a Kurd, born in 1970 in the city of Mosul. He is survived by his wife and six children.

In 2009, he was appointed as the Vice-Chairman of the Commission of Integrity. On July 5, 2018, he was promoted to Chairman of the Commission.

Car accidents in Iraq and the Kurdistan Region are one of the most common causes of deaths and injuries in the region. Over the past decade, nearly 23,000 people have died as a result of collisions and crashes across Iraq, according to the Health Ministry.

“In the past ten years, 66,000 car accidents took place in Iraq, in which 22,952 people have been killed and 79,000 more wounded,” The ministry previously stated.

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“In the past ten years, 66,000 car accidents took place in Iraq, in which 22,952 people have been killed and 79,000 more wounded,” The ministry previously stated.

 

If you can steam up a mirror you can drive there. Having a pulse is a Plus.

 

Plenty of non-driving MoFo's.

 

Pretty confident this was NO accident.

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2 hours ago, gregp said:

Over the past decade, nearly 23,000 people have died as a result of collisions and crashes across Iraq,


And In A Related Story - There Was A 7 Camel Pileup On The Baghdad Freeway Today Causing Miles Of Backups And Throngs Of Cheering Onlookers ! :o 

 

 

Of Course It’s The Annual Camel Mating Season There ...  :bananacamel:

 


With Numerous Riders Willfully Violating The ‘No Tailgating - Safe Distancing’ Rule ...

 

:D  :D  :D 

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4 hours ago, DinarThug said:


And In A Related Story - There Was A 7 Camel Pileup On The Baghdad Freeway Today Causing Miles Of Backups And Throngs Of Cheering Onlookers ! :o 

 

 

Of Course It’s The Annual Camel Mating Season There ...  :bananacamel:

 


With Numerous Riders Willfully Violating The ‘No Tailgating - Safe Distancing’ Rule ...

 

:D  :D  :D 


Bummer. 
:lmao:

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On 5/3/2020 at 8:21 AM, Jaygo said:

Wow he is a d-bag isn’t he???? 🤬

 

You're just figuring that out now.   He sealed his own fate with his greed and ego.   

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10 hours ago, 64jaguar said:

Probably died like Ron Brown, Clinton's Secretary of Commerce,  back in the nineties, had a mysterious hole in his head after a trying to fly without a plane... I wonder if this guy had any ties to Bill and Killery Clinton? 

 

https://hennessysview.com/2016/10/02/killing-ron-brown/

 

9 hours ago, Calijim said:

My HOW CONVENIENT!

 

Clinton Cartel 

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If I recall the big news last week was Al-Kazemi had resigned....all finished.....yet here he is.....

 

Regardless of the printed news I believe anything can still happen.....It is still crazy, unexplainable Iraq!     CL 

 

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11 hours ago, horsesoldier said:

“In the past ten years, 66,000 car accidents took place in Iraq, in which 22,952 people have been killed and 79,000 more wounded,” The ministry previously stated.

 

If you can steam up a mirror you can drive there. Having a pulse is a Plus.

 

Plenty of non-driving MoFo's.

 

Pretty confident this was NO accident.

Cars are killing people... They need to ban cars..

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At least when riding camels and horses, the camels and horses have an aversion of running into each other. Chuck F ... Killery Clinton ... love it.

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46 minutes ago, WISKY291 said:

Cars are killing people... They need to ban cars..

 

They need to a phycological background check before coming off the line.  

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This is the picture of Iraqs' most corrupt. They just want to keep that illegal cheddar flowing. So Halbousi and al Maliki blocks are out. Do they still have 6 or more to vote them in ?

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On 5/3/2020 at 4:35 AM, yota691 said:

 

On 5/3/2020 at 6:34 AM, Mary B said:

Allawi joins the owners and rejects the Al-Kazemi government

 

On 5/3/2020 at 6:37 AM, Mary B said:

The National Coalition: We will not give confidence to the Al-Kazemi government, and we will boycott the voting session

 

 

On 5/3/2020 at 6:40 AM, Mary B said:

A parliamentary source: Halbousi's coalition will not vote on Al-Kazemi for this reason

 

 

On 5/3/2020 at 6:51 AM, Pitcher said:
Allawi's coalition refuses Al- Kadhimi’s government

 

On 5/3/2020 at 8:00 AM, Mary B said:

Patriotism: We will not give confidence to the Al-Kazemi government and we will boycott the voting session

 

 Thanks Yota, Mary B & Pitcher for these Articles. Corruption and division is rampant - just like here at home. Selfishness, greed, power, and their own interests - screw the people they were sworn to serve and protect.:salute:RON

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7 hours ago, new york kevin said:

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This is the picture of Iraqs' most corrupt. They just want to keep that illegal cheddar flowing. So Halbousi and al Maliki blocks are out. Do they still have 6 or more to vote them in ?

We should see if they will all fit in an SUV and take a road trip. What could happen? 

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