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Sunday Afternoon Opinions @ 3:33 PM CST - 2/27/2022


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Remember, no one really  knows what will happen, or when. They're simply stating their opinions based on what they perceive to be happening in Iraq... :twothumbs:RON 



*** Frank26   Kazimi told us we're going to have a new exchange rate as soon as you seat our government.  Where's our government?  ...the citizens...peacefully get the message to parliament, sit the government down.  Unfortunately in the Middle East it takes a long time to do anything.  I don't know why...:confused2:


*** Sandy Ingram  Article: "Iraq aims to shift investment priority from oil to gas sector, minister says"  This has quietly been sitting at the bottom of the news feed for a little over two weeks.  Iraq is taking to heart the recommendations to diversify the country's industry income...natural looks like Iraq's decision over two and a half weeks ago to start exporting gas is right on time..! :twothumbs:




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On 2/28/2022 at 4:33 AM, ronscarpa said:

*** Frank26     Unfortunately in the Middle East it takes a long time to do anything.  I don't know why...:confused2:

power sharing and money sharing among each other. whoever wants to get a higher position in the government circle ,  they should prepare a nice bribe. the highest the position, the more monies ( a huge bribe ) they should prepare. power/position =  money ( a nice bribe ) in the Iraqi government circle. this is why they haven't been forming a new government until now because they fight and bicker over who should be elected to nominate for a new president and a new PM. each party has its own candidate. and each party will give as huge bribe as possible to make sure his candidate will win the presidential and PM's election. of course, they should prepare a more huge bribe if they want their candidate to run for the presidential election compared to PM election. Each party compete each other over which party give the highest bribe.  it looks like an auction. whoever pays the highest amount will get the prize / the things..

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