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2 hours ago, Karsten said:

 

I find Petra just re posts Actual News Articles and never give out an  opinion, guessimate or any of the other Guru crap.

 

Maybe DT or one of those that bring the news here will run across the Actual Source.

 

4-22-2021   Newshound/Intel Guru Petra   Kazemi came out last week and said they need to get 90 billion dollars in their reserves and they're only at 60.  That kinda freaked everybody out.  But if you think about it...if they were to come out with a strong rate...you've got to remember they've done currency swaps with a lot of other countries...Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar, a lot of the GCC countries.  They all hold dinar...if Iraq came out and kept their 1450 it would absolutely tank that middle eastern basket.  All their currencies would drop.  You know that's not going to happen.  That's ridiculous... [Post 1 of 2....stay tuned]

 

4-22-2021   Newshound/Intel Guru Petra  If they come out really strong with their rate when they do their revaluation then all the middle eastern currencies that are the basket value increases.  Iraq has their currencies because they did the swap so guess what happens The reserves inside of Iraq skyrocket.  So to me, to cover that 30 billion is going to happen very very quickly if it hasn't happened already. Not to mention the amount of funds that are out there that they are going to go and repatriate and bring back into the country that were stolen, smuggled or whatever.  It's like $500 billion...yeah I don't think it's an issue at all...   [Post 2 of 2]

 

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Just remove zeros from the exchange rate and what does this give us? 

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2 hours ago, Karsten said:

But if you think about it...if they were to come out with a strong rate...you've got to remember they've done currency swaps with a lot of other countries...Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar, a lot of the GCC countries.  They all hold dinar...if Iraq came out and kept their 1450 it would absolutely tank that middle eastern basket.  All their currencies would drop.  You know that's not going to happen.  That's

Yep 

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5 hours ago, DinarThug said:


 

400 thousand dunums, with a value equivalent to a full year’s budget, returned to Iraq after being seized for years by “contractors” .. What does the decision to cancel “slow” investment licenses mean?


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Yes Iraq: Baghdad

 

90 trillion, a figure comparatively equivalent to the value of a full budget for one year in Iraq. This is what the state will obtain after the government’s decision to cancel investment licenses whose completion rate did not exceed 35% despite the end of the planned period of time.

Al-Kazemi, during his visit to the Investment Authority, directed to cancel all licenses for investment projects whose completion rate ranged between (0-35%) and the time period available for the implementation of the project has expired, and the number of projects to which this applies is 1128 projects.

Among the directives is a full commitment to implement the provisions of Article 28 of the Investment Law by directing warnings to unfinished projects. The National Investment Commission shall supervise and follow up the implementation of procedures, in addition to withdrawing licenses in the event that the investor does not adhere to the completion period.

The head of the National Investment Commission, Suha Al-Najjar, commented on this decision, revealing that it would return to the state 400,000 dunams, with an estimated value of 90 trillion dinars.

Al-Najjar said in statements to the official newspaper that the abolition of investment licenses for lagging projects will provide the state with financial resources as a result of the issues arising from these projects, such as customs exemptions on building materials and the characteristics of entry of large numbers of foreign workers in addition to ending the control of investors of projects lagging on state-owned land.

She added that the directives are an important step that has positive and tangible economic repercussions, indicating that it will end customs exemptions that affect the local industry, which will contribute to restarting local factories and attracting Iraqi manpower, as well as limiting the granting of entry characteristics for foreign workers that affect the creation of employment opportunities. Local.

Al-Najjar confirmed that the directives will contribute to improving and developing the investment business, by returning those previously transferred lands and putting them up again to implement real projects that are tangible on the ground.

In another matter, the President of the National Investment Commission stated that the 20 thousand housing units in the Basmajah complex that were proposed by the commission aims to reduce the effects of the housing crisis in the country, indicating that reducing prices and reducing the interest rate, and facilitating facilities in the payment process, were the most prominent measures taken by the Commission in presenting These units, and the Commission confirms that the Commission will proceed to address the housing problem that the country suffers from.

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3 hours ago, Karsten said:

 

I find Petra just re posts Actual News Articles and never give out an  opinion, guessimate or any of the other Guru crap.

 

Maybe DT or one of those that bring the news here will run across the Actual Source.

 

4-22-2021   Newshound/Intel Guru Petra   Kazemi came out last week and said they need to get 90 billion dollars in their reserves and they're only at 60.  That kinda freaked everybody out.  But if you think about it...if they were to come out with a strong rate...you've got to remember they've done currency swaps with a lot of other countries...Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar, a lot of the GCC countries.  They all hold dinar...if Iraq came out and kept their 1450 it would absolutely tank that middle eastern basket.  All their currencies would drop.  You know that's not going to happen.  That's ridiculous... [Post 1 of 2....stay tuned]

 

4-22-2021   Newshound/Intel Guru Petra  If they come out really strong with their rate when they do their revaluation then all the middle eastern currencies that are the basket value increases.  Iraq has their currencies because they did the swap so guess what happens The reserves inside of Iraq skyrocket.  So to me, to cover that 30 billion is going to happen very very quickly if it hasn't happened already. Not to mention the amount of funds that are out there that they are going to go and repatriate and bring back into the country that were stolen, smuggled or whatever.  It's like $500 billion...yeah I don't think it's an issue at all...   [Post 2 of 2]

 

Karsten

I believe both Iran and Saudi Arabia are in that currency basket iraq is supposed to be joining. Interesting that they are meeting very soon.

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8 hours ago, Dinarrock said:

Agreed, personally I am hoping for a rate of about $2.65!!!

 

37 minutes ago, 3 bucks new rv rate said:

me too.


U Mean - Me ‘Two Sixty Five’ ...

 

 

Unless U Were Just Rounding Down As Part Of The ‘Me Two’ Movement ... :o 

 

r/funny - I WAS GROPED BY BRUCE JENNER FOR MANY YEARS The metoo movement in a nut(well nutless) shell $Serious$
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Petra, it seems ...

 

"The six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council -- Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates -- have been running currency pegs or managed foreign-exchange regimes since the early 1970s. Kuwait pegs the dinar to a basket of currencies believed to be dominated by the U.S. dollar, while the others are linked solely to the greenback."

 

Why Gulf Dollar Pegs Are Strained by Oil and Virus

 
By Abeer Abu Omar and Netty Ismail | Bloomberg
 
May 18, 2020 at 12:29 a.m. PDT
 
Although the decades-old currency pegs of the Gulf Arab region often come under strain in depressed oil markets, they always have survived. This time, however, energy prices are at historic lows and the coronavirus outbreak has unleashed recessions that are squeezing government budgets like never before. With some of the Gulf currencies under pressure from speculators, are the pegs facing their sternest test?
 

1. How are the pegs under pressure?

 

As Saudi Arabia embarked on an oil-price war in March by boosting crude production, traders were betting through the derivatives market that the region’s currencies would weaken within a year. Such a scenario is possible only if countries abandon their currency pegs. Fixed exchange-rate regimes in Asia were swept away during the currency crisis of the late 1990s, when speculators forced the likes of Thailand and South Korea to abandon their links with the dollar. Currency pegs are now largely confined to the major oil producers in the Middle East which appear unwilling to let them go.

 

2. Who has pegs and why?

 

The six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council -- Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates -- have been running currency pegs or managed foreign-exchange regimes since the early 1970s. Kuwait pegs the dinar to a basket of currencies believed to be dominated by the U.S. dollar, while the others are linked solely to the greenback. With oil and gas priced in dollars, the pegs have helped shield the countries from the volatility of energy markets and allowed central banks to accumulate foreign-currency reserves in the good times. Indeed, the robustness of pegs relates in large part to the size of countries’ foreign-exchange reserves and foreign assets held by their sovereign wealth funds.

 

3. Why the concern now?

 

Most of the Gulf countries remain heavily reliant on hydrocarbons to pay the bills -- Saudi Arabia gets around two-thirds of its revenue from oil and Kuwait about 90% -- so the slump in prices has put the region’s economies under huge stress. As the price of Brent crude crashed by more than half in March, Saudi Arabia, the largest oil exporter, depleted the central bank’s foreign-exchange reserves by $27 billion that month, a decline of more than 5%.

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4. Have we been here before?

 

The system has survived stern tests, including successive years of low oil prices in the 1990s, a period of dollar weakness before the financial crisis in 2008 and another oil-price crash in 2014. Speculators jumped in then to challenge the Saudi peg, with 12-month forwards -- which investors use to bet on the peg breaking or to hedge in case it does -- climbing to an all-time high of 3.85 per dollar in 2016. (The peg is 3.75.) Instead of choosing to devalue the riyal, the kingdom cut spending and subsidies and turned to debt markets to fund its budget deficit. Its neighbors have adopted similar strategies.

 

5. How have those strategies fared?

 

Progress in diversifying revenue away from oil has been mixed as have attempts to rein in spending. Government debt as a share of gross domestic product has jumped across the region since 2014. Saudi Arabia will run its seventh consecutive budget shortfall this year and the U.A.E. is on course for a record deficit, the International Monetary Fund estimates. It all points to the need for drastic economic measures to combat the twin punch of low oil prices and global recession. The Saudis in May announced a trebling of VAT and lowered state allowances.

 
6. Which pegs appear most vulnerable to speculators?

 

Saudi Arabia, the U.A.E., Kuwait and Qatar all have the firepower in the form of sizable currency reserves to defend their pegs. The Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority said in May its foreign-exchange reserves cover 43 months of imports, as it reaffirmed its commitment to maintaining the peg. The most vulnerable appear to be Oman and Bahrain, given their precarious public finances and strained reserves. Bahrain requires an oil price of $95.6 a barrel to balance its budget, while Oman needs $86.8, the highest in the GCC, according to the IMF. Bahrain at least has the cushion of a $10 billion bailout package from its wealthier neighbors.

 

7. So Oman is the weak link?

 

Possibly. It lacks a backstop credit line from its regional allies and may also pay the political price of having resisted taking sides in regional disputes or supporting Saudi Arabia’s foreign policies. As the largest non-OPEC oil producer in the Middle East, Oman faces a seventh straight year of budget deficit, with this year’s set to widen to 17.5% of GDP from 9.7% in 2019, according to S&P Global Ratings. In its favor? The fear of a domino effect should the first peg in the region go. S&P said it expects other GCC nations to come to Oman’s rescue should significant external liquidity pressures threaten its peg because any contagion effect could hurt the region.

 
8. What’s so bad about a broken peg?
 

As well as spurring speculators to challenge other pegs, any devaluation would raise the risk of inflation taking grip through higher import costs, reducing people’s purchasing power and eroding real incomes. It would also lower the value of local savings and may prompt capital outflows as citizens move their money overseas to safeguard its value. Given that dollar-priced oil and gas remain the dominant exports, the region’s economies would be unlikely to gain much from weaker currencies. Options for countries post-peg include moving to a managed floating exchange rate or -- for those tied to the dollar -- to a peg against a basket of multiple currencies, as Kuwait did in 2007.

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/energy/why-gulf-dollar-pegs-are-strained-by-oil-and-virus/2020/05/14/619e4880-95ba-11ea-87a3-22d324235636_story.html

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The launch of the first “digital economy” service a few days later in Iraq: The fate of the fines will be guaranteed .. What does it mean to pay money over the phone?

 
2021-04-23
 
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Yes Iraq: Baghdad

 

An American report sheds light on an economic and digital transformation that will be achieved in Iraq in a few days, represented by the launch of one of the famous Iraqi banks for a digital application for financial services, while the transition to the digital economy will be an opportunity to legalize or eliminate financial corruption, and bypass the weakness of the banking infrastructure.

The Iraqi economy is preparing to achieve a technological leap that could allow it to overcome the structural problems and corruption gaps that suffocate the private sector, as the Iraqi Trade Bank will launch on the first of next May its application for financial services via mobile phone.

While this step may be considered simple, paying money via mobile phone has helped many countries in the world to bypass weak physical banking infrastructure, dry up common corruption systems and encourage innovation, according to Dr. Bilal Wahab, a researcher at The Washington Institute, and Michael Rubin, resident researcher at The Washington Institute.

American Enterprise Institute in the analysis published by the American National Interest magazine.

Wahab and Robin say that corruption has been an obstacle to the Iraqi economy for many years, and Transparency International places Iraq among the most corrupt countries in the world, with a slight improvement compared to the level of corruption 10 years ago.

They added that one of the most prominent common denominators between the components of the Iraqi political spectrum is the willingness of politicians to exploit their positions to enrich themselves and their families or for the benefit of their companies, while noting that in the first years after 2003 the Iraqi government used to pay salaries to employees in cash, which opens the door to the inclusion of fake names in Payroll, and it allows presidents to deduct funds for themselves from the salaries of their subordinates, and to counter these practices the government sought to move to a system of paying wages through bank accounts, and this matter has become mandatory for workers in the prime minister and the presidency, but it is still optional for workers in Parliament.

But depositing salaries in bank accounts is not enough for the simple reason that Iraqis do not trust banks, and the use of banking services in Iraq is still low. Until 2017, the percentage of Iraqis who own bank accounts was about 20% of the total Iraqis, and now despite the presence of about seventy banks operating In Iraq, only three major banks, namely Al-Rafidain, Al-Rasheed and the Iraqi Trade Bank, account for about 85% of the total assets of the banking sector.

There is only one large international bank operating in Iraq now, which is Standard Chartered, and it owns a few branches and focuses on major government projects.

The Iraqi International Smart Card won a contract to electronically pay government workers' wages through cards insured with biological agents "Qi Card". 

In 2019, the company said it had about 7 million people carrying its cards.

The researchers say that the weakness of the banking system in Iraq is a major reason behind the World Bank placing Iraq in the 186th place out of 190 on the ease of obtaining loans index in the World Bank's report on doing business for the year 2020. This led to a large exit of capital from Iraq.

Ali Allawi, the Iraqi Finance Minister, for example, says that about 250 billion dollars have gone out of Iraq since 2003, which is three times the annual budget of Iraq. 

At the same time, the weakness of the banking system has pushed Iraqi citizens to rely more on informal financial transfers, which negatively affects the government's ability to follow the movement of funds and collect taxes and fees. 

For example, the public treasury loses about 90% of the potential revenues of customs, estimated at 7 billion dollars annually, due to corruption of officials and armed militias.

 

At the same time, the central government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government are not making sufficient efforts to enhance citizens' confidence in the banking system. 

There is a bill in the Iraqi parliament to insure deposits that no one cares about.

In 2014, when the Kurdistan Regional Government faced a liquidity crisis, it seized money from bank deposits, denting citizens' confidence in the banking sector as a whole.

But the new Corona virus pandemic has prompted large numbers of Iraqis to accept the idea of a digital economy. 

In Erbil and Baghdad, food delivery applications via smart devices such as Tiptop and Express have increased in popularity. 

And in the city of Sulaymaniyah in the Kurdistan region, residents have increased their interest in using the website “PayBook.com” to buy their needs instead of going to stores.

As Iraqis prepare for the digital economy era, as more than 40% of Iraqis were born after the 2003 invasion, the move to enter the Iraqi Trade Bank into the world of mobile banking will reverberate in broader areas of public confidence. 

For example, when a car passenger in Iraq is fined 50,000 dinars ($ 34) for not wearing a protective mask against the emerging corona virus, he does not know if the money he will pay reaches the public treasury or goes to the police's pocket. 

Whereas, when paying the fine via mobile applications, he will make sure that it reaches the public treasury. 

The same applies to various forms of fines and fees that Iraqi citizens pay.

At the same time, the Iraqi Trade Bank’s provision of electronic banking services could allow Iraq to overcome the increasing obstacles to traditional banking infrastructure and corruption caused by overlapping interests.

While most regions of Iraq, such as Karbala, Anbar and Baghdad, have the ability to attract investors and provide them with the opportunity to achieve large profits, financial services via mobile phone will facilitate the practice of commercial activities, help avoid large bank fees and support greater transparency.

Therefore, researchers Bilal Wahhab and Michael Rubin call on the US administration to provide all means of support to the Iraqi government in order to develop the Iraqi banking system and push it towards the transition to a digital economy while ensuring its information security. 

At the same time, it is in the interest of the United States to coordinate and cooperate with Iraq to ensure that mobile financial transactions applications that allow currency exchange between dinars and dollars do not turn into a back channel for Iran to circumvent US sanctions.

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8 minutes ago, DinarThug said:

For example, when a car passenger in Iraq is fined 50,000 dinars ($ 34) for not wearing a protective mask against the emerging corona virus

 

lets hope the iraqi corona police are referencing taxi's or the like can't imagine in ur own vehicle getting fined for not having your Obedience mask on ... thanks for all you bring clown :tiphat:

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The launch of the first “digital economy” service a few days later in Iraq: The fate of the fines will be guaranteed .. What does it mean to pay money over the phone?

 
2021-04-23

 

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The government calls on Huawei to contribute to the digital transformation in Iraq

 
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22nd April, 2021
 

The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Naim Hamid Al-Ghazi, on Thursday called on Huawei to contribute to the process of digital transformation and the establishment of smart cities in Iraq.

 

"The Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Naeem Al-Ghazi, called on the Chinese company Huawei, to actively contribute to the process of digital transformation and the development of the e-governance program and the establishment of smart cities in Iraq,said a statement of the General Secretariat received by the information.

He added, during his meeting with the president of the company in the Middle East, Charles Yang, that the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers has reached advanced stages in the e-governance program, and it needs a real partnership with a sober company, such as Huawei, the leading company in the fields of technology and communications, in order to provide advice, visions and plans to ensure Of developing the program.

He pointed out the need to expedite sending experts and specialists to Iraq to start bilateral meetings in the presence of members of the Supreme Committee for e-Governance, as well as Iraq's desire to open a special academy to train and develop the skills of Iraqi employees working on the program.

Yang expressed the company's happiness in opening horizons for cooperation with Iraq in the digital field, that there is a real desire to work in Iraq to develop electronic programs and develop skills, and that the police possess all capabilities to provide the required consultations, praising the experiences and competencies of Iraqi youth in the digital field, by obtaining centers It is ahead of the Middle East and the world in the competitions and courses organized by the company during the past years.

The company presented a presentation of the projects and programs it implemented in many countries of the world, which contributed to the development of the digital field in all government sectors.

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Barzani to European diplomats: Baghdad has not sent any salaries to the region for 10 months

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20th April, 2021

 

The President of the Kurdistan government, Masrour Barzani, informed the representatives of the European Union countries in the region, on Tuesday, that the federal government has not sent any salaries to Kurdistan for ten months, indicating that Erbil is committed to implementing the budget law in return for Baghdad to fulfill its obligations regarding financial dues.

A statement by Barzani’s office received by the Tigris stated that “the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, met today, Tuesday, with consuls and representatives of the European Union countries in the region,” indicating that “the meeting discussed the situation in the Kurdistan region and the relationship with the federal government, as well as discussing ways. Strengthening relations between the region and the European Union."

Regarding the relationship with the federal government, Barzani stressed "the commitment of the Kurdistan region to implement the federal budget law, and called on the federal government to fulfill its obligations towards the Kurdistan region," indicating that "it did not send any salaries to the region for ten months."

Barzani expressed his hope that "the approval of the House of Representatives on the budget law will be a good start to finding a radical solution to other outstanding issues on the basis of the constitution, especially the implementation of Article 140 and the normalization of conditions in the Kurdish regions outside the administration of the regional government," considering that "this will have a positive impact on The security and stability of Iraq."

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Barzani: Baghdad and Erbil made mistakes and we must learn from them

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09:22 - 04/23/2021
 
 

The President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, affirmed that the two federal governments in Baghdad and the Kurdistan region in Erbil made mistakes regarding the pending differences between them for many years, stressing the need to learn from mistakes and move forward in resolving disputes and building a better future for Iraqis in general.

Barzani said in a televised interview with his / her / the information /, that "the differences that are still pending between Baghdad and Erbil," indicating that "the problem lies in how to think, so it cannot be solved based on the logic of force.

He pointed out that "Iraq is like one family, and family members must sit at the dialogue table to solve all problems."

He continued, "We must learn from the lessons of the past, as Baghdad and Erbil made mistakes, and the most important thing is the political and economic stability of Iraq. We must diagnose the problems and find solutions to them."

Barzani stressed that "Baghdad and Erbil complement each other, and we must complete the concept of citizenship, and form a true partnership," noting that "the Iraqi people deserve a better life, and all components and politicians must work on that."

Barzani indicated that "Iraq will go on the path of change, given that the new generation will not accept the old slogans and will work to change the current reality."

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On 4/11/2021 at 4:25 PM, DinarThug said:

After 50 deputies were injured, Corona mortgages the fate of the next parliament session

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11th April, 2021


The representative of the Parliamentary Wisdom Bloc, Ali Al-Badiri revealed, on Sunday, that 50 deputies in the House of Representatives had tested positive for Corona virus.

Al-Budairi told Shafaq News Agency, that "holding Parliament sessions on April 20 is very unlikely, due to the high rate of Coronavirus infections among MPs."

He added, "There are more than 50 deputies infected with Coronavirus, and this threatens the holding of Parliament sessions this month."

The Presidency of the Council of Representatives announced on April 8, the end of the first legislative term for the third legislative year, and set on Tuesday April 20 as the date for the start of the implementation of the second legislative term for the third legislative year.

 

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He revealed the reason for not holding Parliament sessions recently

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23rd April, 2021

 

A deputy revealed the reason for not holding the House of Representatives sessions this week.
 
The head of the National Coalition, Kazem Al-Shammari, said in a press statement, that "the postponement of the sessions is linked to the spread of the Corona pandemic, in addition to the parliamentary committees' preoccupation with some work." 
 
Al-Shammari ruled out that the failure of the House of Representatives to hold its sessions on last Tuesday and Thursday is related to the matter of lifting the immunity of some of the wanted deputies.

It is noteworthy that parliamentary sources say that the deputies infected with the Corona virus number up to 50 out of 329 members, whose infections range from mild to moderate. 
 
She added that there are 11 MPs, who are in critical condition, and receive support from ventilators, "noting that" the health condition of these people is similar to that of the late MP Adnan Al-Asadi."

It is noteworthy that the number of parliament members who died as a result of the complications of the Corona virus reached five, and they are: the representative of the Iraqi forces, Ghaida Kampash, the representative for Diyala province, Hussein Al-Zuhairi, the representative for the Wisdom Movement, Ali Al-Aboudi, and the spokesman for the Kurdistan Democratic Bloc in Parliament, Representative Aram Naji Baltiye, And MP for the State of Law coalition, Adnan Al-Asadi. 
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