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Deputy: Al-Kazemi's government is able to devise radical solutions to all problems

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10th June, 2020


Member of Parliament Fares Al-Brifkani confirmed, on Wednesday, the ability of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to devise radical solutions to the problems facing the country.

And Al-Brifkani said, "The Al-Kazemi government has obtained unanimity from all components, spectrums and parties," noting that "the formation of the government took place in a record period, which gives hope for its ability to develop radical solutions to the cumulative problems."

He added, "The Al-Kazemi government enjoys international support, which paves the way for opening new horizons," explaining that "the House of Representatives has worked in earnest to support the formation of the government and give it confidence."

He pointed out that "Parliament will legislate laws that support the government, which would alleviate the suffering of the citizen."

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10th June, 2020


Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazimi revealed, on Wednesday, the first elements of the upcoming dialogue between Iraq and the United States of America, while he confirmed and stated the media office of the Prime Minister in a statement received / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that "Al-Kazimi held a meeting with a number of Representatives of the tribes and dignitaries of the governorate of Nineveh, on the sidelines of his visit to the city of Mosul, on the occasion of the sixth anniversary of its occupation by ISIS terrorist gangs.

Al-Kazimi emphasized that "Mosul, Al-Hadba represents civilization and human history and heritage, and it was subjected to the terror of ISIS gangs, and it was liberated after the blood of all Iraqis mixed in a heroic epic that is proud of." He stressed, "The importance of coexistence and diversity in the province of Nineveh, and considered it an advantage and an element of strength for it," stressing that "Nineveh will rise and flourish with the solidarity of its children from all sects and ethnicities." 

He pointed out, "The challenges facing the government in the current stage, as it mobilizes all its efforts to face the Corona pandemic, in light of a financial crisis caused by the collapse of world oil prices," noting that "the government inherited a heavy legacy and received an empty budget, as a result of poor planning and total dependence. On oil, and he stressed that there are opportunities for success to build a citizenship state."

He revealed, "The forthcoming dialogue with the United States of America will be the first component of the dialogue, which is sovereignty and the interests of the country." He indicated, "The citizen is the legitimate ruler, and should not be disturbed by all his demands, but rather strive to achieve them," promising representatives of the tribes and dignitaries of the governorate of Nineveh, "to hold a session of the Council of Ministers in the city of Mosul, devoted to discussing their conditions and taking decisions on them." 

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Al-Kazemi's advisor: The government will review the new appointments and the way to launch them

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The adviser to the Prime Minister, Hisham Dawood, confirmed on Wednesday that the government will review the newly appointed appointments, according to the women.

Dawood said in a statement to the "information", that "the expressions that were launched in the thousands in the Ministry of Electricity and other ministries will discuss the reason and the importance of the government," noting that "most of the appointments were launched in favor and unnecessary."

He added that "the slack career has reached high levels in the Iraqi government, where the number of employees and retirees reaches more than six million," noting that "the government will review the new appointments as a step to reform the administrative system."

Yesterday, Tuesday, the Cabinet decided to reduce the salaries of the higher grades without prejudice to the salaries of those with limited income.

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His advisor outlines the reasons for Al-Kazemi's failure to appear in a press conference yet

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Adviser to the Prime Minister Hisham Daoud confirmed on Wednesday that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi will attend the weekly press conferences soon, indicating that Al-Kazemi was busy completing the cabinet and arranging necessary meetings at the present time.

Dawood said in a statement to "Information", that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi is very keen to go to the citizens through weekly press conferences to present the developments of government activity, but he was busy completing his cabinet and arranging necessary meetings at the present time."

Daoud added, "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi will attend the press conferences soon." It is noteworthy that the Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the armed forces, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, has not held any press conference since he was appointed prime minister last April.

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A female representative makes a shocking statement about the Iraqi economy ... accounts and expectations that are far from the language of reality and the government's proposal


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It seems that a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Mahasin Hamdoun, began tweeting out of tune and unfamiliar with the events of the rapid economic events in Iraq and the world. Next July.

Parliamentary Finance Committee

The Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed today, Wednesday, that the fear of non-payment of salaries began to diminish with the rise in oil prices.

"The oil prices started to recover again, and the obsession with fear of not paying salaries began to diminish," the committee member, Mahasin Hamdoun, told the official agency.

She added, "The decision to reduce salaries has not yet been received," noting that "the committee supports deducting the salaries of the three presidencies, special grades, and not affecting the salaries of the simple employee." Here, the deputy did not realize that the salaries of retirees distributed today, Wednesday, came with a deduction of 10 percent, as well as Rafha, the martyrs and political prisoners.

The deputy pointed out that “there are several alternatives for deduction of salaries”, explaining, “We have a lot of entities that maximize revenue, including stopping the import of agricultural crops, as well as activating the customs tariff on imported goods. Here, too, the deputy did not realize that deduction is not the required level as The adviser to the Prime Minister, Hisham Dawood, said, because the government's fiscal deficit in terms of salaries per month amounts to 5 trillion dinars, and this has not been paid by maintaining borders or marketing the agricultural crop, but it requires effort and sacrifice from all sectors.

Al-Kazemi's advisor explains

The Adviser to the Prime Minister, Hisham Daou, said that the Council of Ministers voted on the project of Finance Minister Ali Allawi for economic and financial reform in Iraq, indicating that this project was officially turned into a decision.

Dawood mentioned that Iraq is going through a financial crisis and oil prices are unstable and even at its current price is not sufficient to pay salaries and therefore there is no option but economic and financial reform.

He added, the deduction will include the salaries of high-ranking employees, which is not a large deduction, but the maximum thing is 10 percent.

He continued, We inherited a very flaccid state and among the employees and retirees, who number approximately 6 million people, and these are waiting for a monthly salary from the state and our income is only oil and we do not have national production at the level.

And the decision also included a package of reforms to facilitate the work of the local market, reduce pressure on the local market, encourage investment and attract capitals from abroad.

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Al-Kazemi in "unraveling the anger" of political observers after the retirement step: "elitist" pressure may push back ... and alternative "free" proposals


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Yassin Iraq: Baghdad

 

A large number of observers and those interested in political affairs, especially those close to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, agreed on a "mistake" to cut the salaries of retirees, as a decision was opened on the group that has long talked about Al-Kazemi about their injustice.

Despite the tweet published by Al-Kazemi on June 2, in which he vowed to keep retirees from the decision to drop, the retirees were surprised during the receipt of their salaries today, Wednesday, after a delay of more than a week. And considering that the decision is surprising and not in line with "advance promise".

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Many analysts and those interested in political affairs, including those close to Al-Kazemi, wrote angry tweets of the sudden decision.

Security and political expert Hisham Al-Hashemi said in a tweet addressing Al-Kazemi: “My brother, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, must be wary of the economic team that harmed the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi with their bad advice that harmed the poor. Noting, “I am not calling for their isolation. I seek justice. ”

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He added that it is an unfortunate beginning, my brother, that the poor cannot trust a government that justifies cutting their livelihood, and when it does not hold accountable those who made the budget empty and the legacy heavy, but rather protects them, and it comes to the victim's citizens to fill the empty treasury of his limited livelihood, without holding the corrupt accountable. In this case, it becomes a market, not a government. ”

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For his part, the media considered Ali Wajih, in a tweet monitored by "Yassin Iraq", that "Al-Kazemi has no choice but to pay attention to the corrupt parties and prune their economic claws, what happened today is wrong, especially since the percentage of deductions provides only a little, the parties and their economic bodies and open the files of corruption Forcing the corrupt to return everything is the only way to hedge the Iraqi economic situation.

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Why does the citizen bear responsibility?

Analyst and political expert Basil Hussein asked, "Why is the citizen responsible for the thefts of politicians?"

Hussein said in a tweet monitored by "Yassin Iraq": "Why does the Iraqi citizen pay the price of foolishness, thefts and plunder of the corrupt political class, why does he impose on the Iraqi citizen options or pay his head a price for turmoil that he has no opinion in?"

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12 minutes ago, Carrello said:

Mr. Sinan al-Shabibi ,  he refused to obey the orders of corrupt heads and implement what they ask      restore consideration to Mr. Sinan Al-Shabibi and return him to his position as governor of the Central Bank and benefit From his experience and sincerity


Great Find Ms C ! ;) 
 

 

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55 minutes ago, DinarThug said:

The forthcoming dialogue with the United States of America will be the first component of the dialogue, which is sovereignty and the interests of the country

It's been repeatedly said that for a Nation to be sovereign its currency must be internationally recognized. And there's only one way that is going to happen for Iraq. 

These meetings with America and the IMF also include the U.N.. I believe that we are now witnessing the beginning of the GCR. Starting with Iraq most likely by 6/15/20. 

But BUCKLE up peeps cause when this happens it's gonna make the last 3 months look like Romper Room. In liberal terms, chaos will abound. 

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Fyi, The ‘From Where Did You Get This’ Law (Mentioned At The Bottom) Is The Proposed Anti-Corruption Law ! ;) 

 

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Al-Sayadi: Block disputes over external lending prevented the parliament from convening

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10th June, 2020


Representative Kazem Al-Sayyadi revealed that differences between the political blocs prevented the parliament session from taking place.

He added in a press conference attended by the reporter "Gilgamesh Press" that the differences between the political blocs focused on the law of external lending, which caused the meeting not to take place.   He explained that "the agenda of the session included voting on the draft of the domestic and foreign borrowing law to finance the financial deficit. I say that there is no financial deficit in the Iraqi state except for the absence of the right person in the right place and the corruption in the Iraqi state."

He explained, "There are more than 200 interventions to the deputies during the session, noting that they added to the law, but not all of them were taken. Then we were surprised today that the law includes only two articles, a fateful law that affects the sovereignty of the state, and more than half +1 reject the law and demand to replace it and return to bring in money Stolen inside and outside Iraq and reviewing the bad financial policy of the Iraqi state," noting that "the value of financial waste in border outlets is 8 billion dollars, and the value of waste in oil refineries reaches more than 20 billion dollars, which is sufficient for salaries."

He continued, "The government deducted from retired salaries, which is a legal crime, from salaries for a monthly deduction during the years of service, which are deposited as deposits within the retirement fund that invests these funds, but there is no such money, and it is estimated at about 13 trillion dinars, assumed that it is deposited with the retirement fund and now it does not exist Money invested also, not even the trusts themselves," noting that "the deduction came from a miserable illegal consultation that allowed the state to violate the law and violate the sanctities of its employees and their families and touches their daily strength."

He pointed out that "it was better for Al-Kazemi to send the Anti-Terrorist Regiment to the border ports and outlets to control the looted Iraqi money and implement a law from where did you get this, from the balances deposited in banks, projects, luxury villas and vast lands."

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Al-Kazemi for the Patron of the Chaldean Archdiocese: Mosul succeeded in uniting us and the national project is our only choice

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10th June, 2020


Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Prime Minister, visited this afternoon, Wednesday, the Church of "Mar Adi" located in Al-Hamdania district in Nineveh Governorate. The shepherd of the Chaldean diocese in Mosul met with the bishop of Archbishop Mar Mikhael Najib.

During the visit, Al-Kazemi stressed that the Christian component is one of the authentic components in Iraq, and it is within our hearts to see them migrating out of the country, indicating that experiences have always proven that diversity in Iraq was and still represents strength and not weakness, and Iraq prides itself on this beautiful distinction in diversity, nor we have no choice but to love, tolerance and peaceful coexistence among the components of our people. 
 
The Prime Minister affirmed that Mosul has succeeded in uniting us, and that the national project is our only option for the country's renaissance and prosperity.
 

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10 minutes ago, DinarThug said:

Fyi, The ‘From Where Did You Get This’ Law (Mentioned At The Bottom) Is The Proposed Anti-Corruption Law ! ;) 

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

 

 

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Al-Sayadi: Block disputes over external lending prevented the parliament from convening

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10th June, 2020


Representative Kazem Al-Sayyadi revealed that differences between the political blocs prevented the parliament session from taking place.

He added in a press conference attended by the reporter "Gilgamesh Press" that the differences between the political blocs focused on the law of external lending, which caused the meeting not to take place.   He explained that "the agenda of the session included voting on the draft of the domestic and foreign borrowing law to finance the financial deficit. I say that there is no financial deficit in the Iraqi state except for the absence of the right person in the right place and the corruption in the Iraqi state."

He explained, "There are more than 200 interventions to the deputies during the session, noting that they added to the law, but not all of them were taken. Then we were surprised today that the law includes only two articles, a fateful law that affects the sovereignty of the state, and more than half +1 reject the law and demand to replace it and return to bring in money Stolen inside and outside Iraq and reviewing the bad financial policy of the Iraqi state," noting that "the value of financial waste in border outlets is 8 billion dollars, and the value of waste in oil refineries reaches more than 20 billion dollars, which is sufficient for salaries."

He continued, "The government deducted from retired salaries, which is a legal crime, from salaries for a monthly deduction during the years of service, which are deposited as deposits within the retirement fund that invests these funds, but there is no such money, and it is estimated at about 13 trillion dinars, assumed that it is deposited with the retirement fund and now it does not exist Money invested also, not even the trusts themselves," noting that "the deduction came from a miserable illegal consultation that allowed the state to violate the law and violate the sanctities of its employees and their families and touches their daily strength."

He pointed out that "it was better for Al-Kazemi to send the Anti-Terrorist Regiment to the border ports and outlets to control the looted Iraqi money and implement a law from where did you get this, from the balances deposited in banks, projects, luxury villas and vast lands."

 

Everyone is wearing rubber gloves 🧤 Must be a Proctologist’s Exam Shin Dig afterwards-cue: “ Moon River “ :moon-from-car:

Keep those articles coming good news abounds!!!!

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Shabibi Loves Iraq,  back when Malaki had him arrested Shabibi  Said he hoped one day he would find his way home !!!!

Thanks  Carrello Thanks Thuggie 

 

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1 hour ago, Shelley said:

Shabibi Loves Iraq,  back when Malaki had him arrested Shabibi  Said he hoped one day he would find his way home !!!!

Thanks  Carrello Thanks Thuggie 

 

Shaba is the mastermind behind the plan to return Iraq’s currency to its true value we want him back would be a dream come true!

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2 hours ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

It's been repeatedly said that for a Nation to be sovereign its currency must be internationally recognized. And there's only one way that is going to happen for Iraq. 

These meetings with America and the IMF also include the U.N.. I believe that we are now witnessing the beginning of the GCR. Starting with Iraq most likely by 6/15/20. 

But BUCKLE up peeps cause when this happens it's gonna make the last 3 months look like Romper Room. In liberal terms, chaos will abound. 

Yep agree

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3 hours ago, Carrello said:

Mr. Al-Kazemi: Restoring consideration to Mr. Sinan al-Shabibi

 
3 hours ago, DinarThug said:

 

 

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Great find Carrello!!

 

Get off me Thugs!!😂😂

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4 hours ago, DinarThug said:

 "the formation of the government took place in a record period, which gives hope for its ability to develop radical solutions to the cumulative problems."

 

4 hours ago, DinarThug said:

He pointed out that "Parliament will legislate laws that support the government, which would alleviate the suffering of the citizen."

 

3 hours ago, Carrello said:

restore consideration to Mr. Sinan Al-Shabibi and return him to his position as governor of the Central Bank and benefit From his experience and sincerity 

 

~ Radical solutions /

~ he has international supports, paves way for new horizon. 

~ alleviate the suffering of the citizen

~ restore Shabibi as Gov. of CBI

😎❤️

 

:nothingtoadd:

 

:D

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45 minutes ago, horsesoldier said:

Maliki will have Shabs killed if he comes back....of course it will appear as a tragic accident.


I think Maliki is to busy trying to keep the Billions he has stolen to look in any other direction .... Shabibi is smart enough to know he’ll need protection 

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      The Joint Operations Command, which is the highest military formation in Iraq, said that Al-Kazemi issued directives to “seize all border crossings, enforce the law in them, combat abuses and corruption and waste public money,” announcing its initiation of “allocating security forces to all outlets and the size of the assigned security force according to the nature of each Outlet, where protection responsibility has been defined for all outlets on the Iraqi army’s parts. ”
      The leadership indicated that the forces empowered to protect the port and the customs sanctuary are “empowered with all legal powers to hold accountable any violation and from whomever it was.”
      Sources say that this type of measure directly affects militia activity linked to Iran within Iraqi territory.
      The government's actions reveal a clear plan to tighten control of the road linking Iran and Syria, via Iraq.
      And if Iran uses its ports with Iraq in Basra and Diyala to introduce weapons, then it uses Anbar outlets to transfer weapons from Syria to Iraq.
      These measures may provide a picture to answer the question that arises in multiple circles regarding the nature of the relationship between the Kazemi government and Iran.
      But Al-Kazemi, according to observers, does not want to enter into an all-out war with Iran's arms in Iraq, which is besieged by the stifling economic and health crises.
      Therefore, Al-Kazemi moves slowly and chooses files that do not raise media hustle, with the aim of strengthening the state’s influence versus that of the militias.
      Observers say that without the support of the international community, Al-Kazemi may find himself powerless to cope with the tremendous momentum that Iran can manufacture in Iraq, through forces that view the country and its organs lightly.
      The Arabs
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      CNN. Broadcasting While The Ayatollah Sits On A Popsicle And Tries To Guess What Flavor It Is !
       
       
      Hint: It’s A Jamaal Watermelon ...
       
       
      And Notice The Grandma Shawl And The Kitchen Towel That He’s Using For Warmth ...
       
      In his meeting with the Iraqi Prime Minister .. Khamenei vows to strike the Americans in response to the killing of Soleimani

      - 19 Minutes Ago  

       
       
      Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that his country would deal a blow to America in response to the killing of the prominent commander of the Revolutionary Guards, Qassem Soleimani, adding that his country would not interfere in Baghdad's relationship with Washington.
      Khamenei made his threat in Tuesday's meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi, according to the official website of the Iranian guide.
      Khamenei told the Iraqi Prime Minister - who is visiting Tehran - that his country will not interfere in Baghdad's relationship with Washington, but he warned that the American presence on the Iranian border is causing security chaos.
      Al-Kazemi met Khamenei in Tehran on Tuesday during his first official visit abroad since he took office in May.
      Khamenei said that "Iran will not interfere in Iraq’s relations with America, but expects Iraqi friends to know America and realize that its presence in any country causes corruption, destruction and destruction."
      He continued, "The Islamic Republic expects to abide by the decision of the (Iraqi) parliament to expel American forces, as their presence is a reason for insecurity."
       
      America and Iran

      Khamenei indicated that Soleimani was killed in an American air strike by a plane near Baghdad airport at the beginning of the year, after which the Iraqi parliament requested the withdrawal of American forces. "They killed your guest in your house and rudely admitted that," he said.
      He added that Iran "will never forget this and will certainly strike a retaliatory blow to the Americans."
      Tehran responded to the killing of Soleimani by launching ballistic missiles at bases used by American forces in Iraq, knowing that Trump refused to respond militarily to this strike.
      The missile attack targeting the al-Asad base in western Iraq did not result in deaths among US forces, but it wounded soldiers with brain tremors.
      Khamenei said that Iran opposes "what weakens the Iraqi government," contrary to Washington, which he said does not want "an independent and strong Iraqi government elected by popular vote."
      Source: Agencies
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