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Al-Halbousi: Present the budget to a vote soon, and we are proceeding with the legislation of the oil and gas law


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Good Morning yota, thanks again for bringing the articles of the circus. 
They seem to be in disagreement over the same issues they had months ago. 
I guess scheduling an postponing the vote is their plan until they finalize whatever their working on gets settled. 
No problem though, they still have better than a week to kick the can....

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Thanks and appreciate it but it not about me, Started this 10 years ago, just trying to finish what was started...Thanks Everyone that shown the Kind Positive Remarks, I appreciate that more then I ca

New rate is coming DVs.  They wouldn’t be constantly denying an increase in the rate If it was just a small adjustment. Somethings up. 

If they voted to use the dinar instead of the dollar, in which the HCL money goes on cards, I would think the oil and gas law is on the table for voting, remember the already had two readings on the N

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4 minutes ago, WheresmyRV? said:

I wonder if other countries argue and bicker about their yearly budgets like Iraq does.

Well at least they look at and debate it...What did Pelois say, you got Vote on it to see what in it...and Iraq debt is chump change compared to reckless spending here in the USA...

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The Kurdish delegation, headed by the Vice President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Qubad Talabani, arrived today, Saturday, at the Parliament building.

A parliamentary source said in a statement that Alsumaria News obtained a copy of, that "the Kurdish delegation headed by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Qubad Talabani, arrives at the Parliament building."

He added, "The delegation went to the office of the Speaker of Parliament Mohammed Al-Halbousi The meeting is chaired by the council. "
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49 minutes ago, DoD said:

Good Morning yota, thanks again for bringing the articles of the circus. 
They seem to be in disagreement over the same issues they had months ago. 
I guess scheduling an postponing the vote is their plan until they finalize whatever their working on gets settled. 
No problem though, they still have better than a week to kick the can....

Another Delays delays delays aren't surprising when it comes to iraq. At least we still have more days until the end of march.

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A member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, MP Mukhtar Al-Mousawi, ruled out, on Saturday, the parliament session on the budget until 6 p.m.

Moussawi said, in a statement to / information /, that "there is great confusion with the Presidency of Parliament in determining the date of the session for voting on the budget," indicating that there are interventions by members of the Finance Committee in this matter.

He added, "We exclude holding the budget session and discussing it during the day, because there are many differences in some degrees and the Finance Committee and Parliament Presidency did not reach a firm decision in this regard."

He pointed out that "the moods of the Presidency of Parliament affected the convening of the session at the time that I have set at ten in the morning, and this matter will affect its holding until six o'clock in the evening."

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6 minutes ago, WheresmyRV? said:

I wonder if other countries argue and bicker about their yearly budgets like Iraq does.

 
They all do... it’s all an agenda driven & special interests group Club, and we ain’t in it.

We’ve been witnessing Iraqi shenanigans over the years in great and intimate detail due to our investment. If we weren’t as heavily involved, most wouldn’t give Iraq a second glance.

The world is in a world of poop right now ( it’s always been like this in varying degrees), I do my best to get my news from sources very much outside the lame stream media, and from friendships I’ve maintained throughout the world over many years.

The game is rigged and the tables are tilted in every country. I see George Orwell’s 1984 unfolding right before my eyes. 
 

Probably a longer answer than you expected. The question you asked could fill volumes 

All the Best  :tiphat:

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The great thing is. They will meet at 4 or 5 o'clock today in an amicable session and with wine and cheese and much merriment pass ALL laws that lead to an RV.

 

HA! HA! HA! HA!

 

Oh that was a good one. Sometimes I just crack me up....

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The House of Representatives decides to postpone the session to vote on the budget until next Saturday
  
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The House of Representatives decided to postpone its session on the budget law until next Saturday

The media department in the council stated in a statement that the Al Furat News Agency received a copy of today that "in view of the continuation of discussions on the draft budget law, and to give the competent committees the opportunity for further review and scrutiny, it was decided to postpone the vote on the draft budget law until Saturday, March 27, 2021 at one o'clock in the afternoon." ".

The House of Representatives, for two consecutive days, postponed the voting session on the 2021 general budget due to discussions between the political parties.

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Al-Halbousi joins a meeting of the Kurdish blocs and the Kurdish delegation to discuss the budget
  
{Policy: Al Furat News} The Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, joined a short while ago to the meeting of the Kurdish delegation to discuss the share of the Kurdistan region in the 2021 budget.
 

A representative source said {for the Euphrates News} that "Al-Halbousi joined the meeting of the Kurdish blocs and the Kurdish negotiating delegation headed by Qubad Talabani in the office of his first deputy, Bashir Al-Haddad."

The meeting is currently discussing, in the presence of the head of the legal committee and a number of representatives from the Kurdish blocs and the representative of the Kurdistan Regional Government, the draft federal budget law for 2021, details of Article 11 of the law related to the Kurdistan region’s share, and legislative procedures in the event of a vote on the draft law.

Wafa Al-Fatlawi

 
 
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The provincial government delegation leaves the House of Representatives building after meeting with Al-Halbousi and Al-Haddad
  
{Policy: Al-Furat News} The Kurdish delegation headed by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Qubad Talabani, left the House of Representatives building after the end of his meeting with Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi and his deputy, Bashir al-Haddad.
 

A representative source said {for the Euphrates News} about "the Kurdistan Regional Government delegation left the House of Representatives building after meeting with Al-Halbousi and Al-Haddad."
He pointed out, "The meeting ended without reaching an agreement regarding the region's share in the federal budget for 2021."
The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Bashir Al-Haddad, discussed, on Saturday, with the Kurdish delegation headed by Qubad Talabani, Vice President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Article 11 of the Budget Law related to the region’s share.
The Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, joined the Kurdish delegation’s meeting to discuss the region’s share of the budget.

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A representative source reveals the reason for the delay in the session to vote on the budget
  
{Policy: Al-Furat News} A representative source revealed the reason for the delay in the voting session to pass the federal budget bill for 2021, which is scheduled to be held at exactly five o'clock this afternoon.
 

The parliamentary source attributed {to Euphrates News} the reasons for the delay in convening the session to "a point of contention regarding the article related to the Kurdistan region’s share that delays the session to vote on the 2021 budget."
The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Bashir Al-Haddad, discussed, on Saturday, with the Kurdish delegation headed by Qubad Talabani, Vice President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Article 11 of the Budget Law related to the region’s share.
The Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, joined the Kurdish delegation’s meeting to discuss the region’s share of the budget.
The Kurdish delegation left the House of Representatives building without reaching any agreement.
It was scheduled to hold the House of Representatives session to approve the draft federal budget law for 2021 on Saturday morning.
However, Representative Sargon Shams al-Din revealed that the voting session on the budget had been postponed after five in the afternoon until a final agreement was reached on the Kurdistan region’s share.
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The information / Baghdad ..

The head of the Kurdish negotiating delegation, Qubad Talabani, left the Federal Parliament building shortly after he held a meeting with his presidency, amid the collapse of negotiations between him and the Shiite blocs.

The correspondent of Al-Malouma Agency said that the agreement that was announced yesterday, Friday, between the Shiite parties (Al-Fateh and others) and the delegation of the Kurdistan region regarding the budget, was canceled amid the possibility of Kurdish blocs boycotting any session to vote on the draft law without an alternative agreement.

A little while ago, the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Bashir Al-Haddad, began a meeting with the Kurdish delegation headed by Qubad Talabani, to discuss the 2021 budget law and Article 11 related to the Kurdistan region’s share before Al-Halbousi joined the meeting. End / 25 h

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The information / Baghdad ..

The deputy for the Al-Fateh Alliance, Wafa Hussein Al-Shammari, confirmed, on Saturday, the continuing disagreements with the Kurdish side over some paragraphs of the federal budget bill.

Al-Shammari said in a statement to / Al-Maalouma / that “the region’s share, the dollar exchange rate, looking into withholding the ration card and allocating degrees to administrators are the most prominent points of contention in the 2021 budget,” indicating that “the region demands to include its allocations from 2004 until 2021.”

She added, "Some Shiite forces refuse to vote on the budget unless the exchange rate of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar is reduced," explaining that there is "a representative effort to amend the clause withholding the ration card items from income earners who receive a salary of one million Iraqi dinars."

A member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, MP Mukhtar Al-Mousawi, ruled out, on Saturday, that the parliament session on the budget will be held until six in the afternoon. End / 25 h

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MP Mudhar Al-Karawi confirmed, on Saturday, that 6 main files were behind the decision to postpone the budget decision until next Saturday.

"The 2021 budget is the most complex after 2003, and it includes highly prepared files, some of which are the result of continuous accumulations that have not found decisive paths for them and were constantly postponed, which made the matter difficult and needs mutual efforts and concessions to settle."

He added, "6 basic files were behind the decision to postpone the resolution of the 2021 budget until next Saturday, the most prominent of which are Kurdistan's benefits and the problems related to the oil files, crossings and employees, in addition to the file of the shares of service ministries, the reconstruction fund, and contracts for resolving contracts and whose contracts have been canceled.

He pointed out that “Al-Karawi” that “negotiations between Baghdad and Erbil on resolving the dues of Kurdistan and the rest of the other files will be repeated in the coming days to find a compromise formula, pointing to the size of the problems that have emerged in the past 24 hours.

The House of Representatives decided to postpone the session for resolving the budget file until next Saturday, after negotiations between the representative forces on resolving differences were stalled.

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The information / Baghdad ..

The deputy speaker of the Iraqi parliament, Bashir Al-Haddad, confirmed that the Shiite parties cannot withdraw from the agreement on the Kurdistan region’s share of the budget after signing it, indicating that the voting session on the draft law may be postponed for several days.

Al-Haddad said in a statement to several media outlets, including the "information", after the end of a meeting headed by Qubad Talabani and the Kurdish blocs, "Some parties support postponing the meeting for several days, and we will see what we will decide in this regard shortly."

In response to the cancellation of the Kurdistan delegation's agreement with the Shiite parties after the latter's dissolution of their commitment, he clarified that "there is no room for retreating from the agreement after it is signed by the concerned parties and approved by the Finance Committee and circulated."

He continued: "We in the presidency of Parliament do not agree what any retreat and the agreement reached by the parties will be passed on." Ended / 25 o'clock

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These people are really well & truly in a class all by themselves aren’t they. After 18 years of these shenanigans all the derogatory adjectives have all been served up. 


Now we wait to see whether or not they will continue to miss yet another opportunity to miss THEIR OPPORTUNITY.

 

I can only imagine what Iraq will look like moving forward if reforms-RI/RV-HCL & the 2021 Budget get pushed down the road. The people will be MIGHTILY PISSED OFF ....and that won’t be the half of it.

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The head of an alliance moving Nabil Terminal on Saturday, that all the blocks and various directions unanimously to dissolve the House of Representatives , "stressing that this request is not made from a block or one hand or a component , but everyone gather it, and will vote on it next Saturday.

, Said the terminal during the A press conference attended by the "Tigris" correspondent that "it is not hidden from everyone what Iraq is witnessing in terms of accelerating events, important changes, and political and social turns that cast their shadows on the political and social scene, which made the political forces face major political responsibilities that must embark on a national road map that places the interest of Iraq above all interests. And party and personal convictions, "indicating" the decision was to go to early elections that would be the beginning of a new phase of political work to gain its legitimacy from the ballot box.

He added, "The parliament has taken actual steps to provide the ground for these early elections, the most important of which is an independent commission and an election law that gives the academic elites a wide space for broad participation and amending the Federal Court law, leaving only the last step of dissolving the House of Representatives to complete all requirements for early elections."

He stressed that, "based on the provisions of Article 64 First of the Constitution, which was rented to a third of parliament members to submit a request to dissolve Parliament, we submitted today a request signed by more than 172 deputies to dissolve Parliament on October 9, 2021, provided that the elections take place as scheduled on the tenth of October. The Republic issues a republican decree to fix the above date. "

He added that "the vote will be on the dissolution of the House of Representatives in the next session that will be held to discuss the budget," indicating that "all the blocs, with their various orientations, unanimously agreed to dissolve the House of Representatives," while pointing out that "this request was not submitted by a bloc or from one side or a component, but rather everyone." Collect it. "

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