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Kaperoni "Maiki is Seeking a Third Term" 4/6/18

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Kaperoni "Maiki is Seeking a Third Term" 4/6/18

Post  roxy22222222 on Fri Apr 06, 2018 7:38 pm

So now we know Maliki is seeking a 3rd term.  Not good.  So in my opinion it is unlikely that would Maliki would be able to manipulate his way into a third term but he certainly can delay things and throw a wrench in the process.  What is known is that if anything can go wrong it will so even though we are beginning to get excited that there is potential for currency reform, I wouldn't put my hopes on anything happening in the next 60 days because of the elections. 

  In a perfect scenario we would like to see the elections go on time, Abadi political block win a second term, choose him to be prime minister and form his government as soon as possible thereafter. This would give an opportunity to move forward and begin with currency reform.  And I remind everyone it is not which political block wins it is as Maliki pointed out several years ago it is who assembles the largest coalition of blocks after the elections. Which to me is just all nonsense. So we'll just have to let this play out and the time frames that it takes and hope for the best
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Post  Jayzze on Fri Apr 06, 2018 10:09 pm

while I am not a big fan of  kap he is on the money. the chance of this is quite real and our hopes are beginning to fade
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