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this continues to set nicely...who would have ever imagined with fighting a war in 1/3 of his country that the prime minister would take on the challenge of changing his government and upsetting the hogs at the trough.
...he could have said no the international community and joined the other hogs at the trough...but, instead, he is continuing to show the international community that he is a true leader.
...the ten days that parliament has to vote on these reforms is directly from their constitution...it gives all members an opportunity to make their opinion known.
After which, they will vote because they all have skin in the game.
Article quote: "...It is noteworthy in several economic studies that sector private and through international experiences have achieved successes in achieving the goal of development in countries that have faced the same difficult circumstances and Ahaha Iraq Overall, economic ones in particular..." Folks, when you see "private sector"...those words are describing exactly what we are waiting for.
...the change in the status of the IQD is not coming out of parliament.
The changes that Prime Minister Abadi is doing with the GOI is great, but that is for the future.
This change with the IQD is based upon the present and again, is not predicated upon whether parliament is meeting, nor where Maliki is living, nor whether Sadr is camping in the Green Zone. Folks, the IMF has already told the world in many, many different ways, what Iraq is going to do very soon.
...there are dozens of meetings taking place everyday all over Iraq...and they are not all about what we want. Again, the IMF has already had the most important meetings and it is those meetings that produced the statement that Iraq "will"...not "thinking about it", not "studying it", and not "maybe". Instead, Iraq "will"...action verb...will enter the economy markets during the 1st have of 2016.
This statement was made on October 23, 2015: The director of the Middle East Department and Central Asia for the International Monetary Fund Masood Ahmed in a press statement stressed that Iraq will return to economic market during the first half of next year.
I have never read about the IMF ever making such statements before...Also, IMO, some major progress would have to have been made for the IMF to make that statement.
Also (again) we see in the Technical Letter of Intent, Iraq has made great progress and the IMF laid out in paragraphs #19 and #20 exactly what remained to be accomplished for Article 8 and for items are happening now...for fact. ...and as they get down to making these huge changes and moves...they probably are concerned about timing...
i am now more interested about where this will initially manifest itself...in other words, where will it first be evident...IMO, in the Middle East. Because, I do not believe it will click and over night the new value will be showing on all of the screens in every bank in every country.
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