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"Their Best Move" - Sun. PM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ Frank26 8/26/18

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Post by Ssmith on Mon Aug 27, 2018 9:21 am


Walkingstick » August 26th, 2018

Finance Official: America Knows Exactly How Much Money In Iraqi Banks And No Choice But To Implement The Sanctions

Aug 13, 2018

Former Undersecretary of Finance Fadhil Nabi warned of the danger of Iraq’s failure to implement economic sanctions imposed by the United States of America against Iran.

“Iraq has no choice but to implement the sanctions imposed by America on Iran,” said Nabi, who worked for 10 years at the Ministry of Finance in a press statement.

He added that “America has accurate and accurate information on Iraqi funds more than the central bank and the Ministry of Finance and learn the exact details of the volume of funds in Iraqi banks and banks and where to go.”


Frank26 » August 26th, 2018

COPY SIR ..............TY.

GodsServant » August 26th, 2018

Thank you WS IMO next will be sanctions against the Banks in Iraq that are not aligned with US interests and continue to support Iran.

Adeleon4 » August 26th, 2018

Would eliminating the USD in Iraq be the best tool for them to use in implementing the sanctions ?

Raptor » August 26th, 2018

IMO Friend, the RI/RV would be their best move, however, eliminating the USD (via using the basket of currencies), would have to happen. All IMO.

Walkingstick » August 26th, 2018

Report: Sadr’s success in forming the largest bloc means the elimination of Maliki’s status!

The success of the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr and his allies to form the largest bloc and the new government, which needs only 28 parliamentary seats, means the “loss” of the leader of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki for his political status in Iraq, the newspaper said. Pointed out that the Kurds have directed a “blow” to Maliki’s efforts in forming this bloc.

The newspaper said the United Arab Emirates in its report written in English and translated (Baghdad today), that “the bloc of Asron of Sadr says it expects to reach an agreement on the formation of a larger coalition in parliament,” noting that “the Iraqi Kurdish and Sunni blocs expressed their desire to form a coalition with the winner Moqtada Sadr, an indication that former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who seeks power, may lose his place in the political arena of the country. ”

She added that “the bloc of Asrun compete with the coalition of the rule of law, led by al-Maliki to conclude an agreement with the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (KO-Nu) as well as the Sunni blocs to establish the largest coalition in parliament.

“There are signs of an agreement between the Kurds and the Sunnis on the alliance with others,” Thenational quoted Raed Fahmi, a leading politician in the Asroun bloc, as saying.
“The Kurdish parties will play a pivotal role in forming the next government, as they collectively secured more than 40 seats in the May elections and have not officially announced their alliance,” the paper said.

“The Kurdish parties have set conditions for an alliance with the main blocs,” he was quoted as saying in a statement. “Our conditions are constitutional and include the existence of a government with a genuine national partnership that is balanced with the constitution.”

He added that “his party will be allied with the bloc that is consistent with our political vision.”
“These statements are seen as a blow to Maliki’s efforts as he seeks support from northern Iraqi parties,” the newspaper said, noting that “during his term of office, he was criticized for excluding Sunnis and Kurds from key positions and undermining participation in power in Iraq”.

“The parliamentary elections that took place in May led to the victory of Muqtada al-Sadr and the head of the Iranian-backed faction Hadi al-Amiri the largest number of seats out of 329 seats,” noting that “Sadr, who leads the Quartet of the main parties (going, wisdom, National), which includes 136 seats, needs to secure 28 members to form a parliamentary majority. ”

“The Kurdish parties had previously held talks with Maliki to join the bloc of the rule of law, which got 26 seats, as well as the Fatah bloc headed by Amiri, which won 47 seats,” noting that “the proposed coalitions represent about 249 seats, Means that 80 seats owned by small parties and individuals. ”

“But there is no statement on how close the agreement is between the two parties, although it is expected that officials from the two blocs will visit the Kurdistan region of Iraq next week in the hope of announcing a deal.”

“Maliki is a small player in the Iraqi parliament, with three or four seats out of his own bloc,” The New York Times quoted Michael Knights, a senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, as saying.

“However, he is a natural politician, so he can gather people and make deals, and that’s why you’re talking to him,” Knight said. “His role will be limited if Sadr forms a government.”

The newspaper pointed out that “the Iraqi President Fuad Masum held talks Friday with Prime Minister Haider Abadi on the latest political developments,” stressing “the need to accelerate the process of negotiating the formation of the largest bloc in the government.”

“The Federal Supreme Court did not approve the results of the May elections until August 19 after the fraud allegations resulted in a partial recount of the votes,” she said. “Abbadi heads a fragile transitional government until it is agreed to replace them. Mass protests across the south in the case of basic government services. ”

“The decision of the Federal Court paves the way for an infallible call for deputies to an opening session of the new 329-seat house.” In theory, the parliament should begin the election of a prime minister and prime minister, who in turn will form a new government Within 90 days. ”


Frank26 » August 26th, 2018

&%$# RIGHT !!! ......................................(smile)

Doug » August 26th, 2018

Sounds like Maliki is about to lose his political protection. Imo

MilitiaMan » August 26th, 2018

This sounds like Maliki better phone a friend and pronto!! He just got word things can go south fast now... I doubt he sleeps well from here on out.. – MM

MDW » August 26th, 2018

I have said for the past 7 years that when they get rid of Maliki the RI/RV will happen and it is about to come to true!!!

Rich4hyip » August 26th, 2018

thank you ws for the news…..great to see maliki is over…..there would be disruptions always if he continue his position. Now his political life will be ended soon…..that is great for the country and also the iraqi citizens. Many people hate him and want him gone.

Now with Sadr and Abadi and rest partys forming a new government, there’s no place for him to live…..I think he knows about his situation,this man is the root of unrest. Best to keep him under strict survellience or supervision.

International criminal court can begin to prepare to move fast on him, before he tries any new tricks.just get him DONE. byebye Maliki.

Walkingstick » August 26th, 2018

It raged again between Sadr and Maliki

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi President Fuad Masum has pledged his commitment to the new parliament's call for a new parliament, while fierce rivalry between two Shi'ite factions has intensified the formation of a larger parliamentary bloc to name the new prime minister amid a frantic race to attract Sunni and Kurdish parties.

During a meeting with US Ambassador to Baghdad Douglas Seelman, Masoum stressed that the parliament's elected call would be in accordance with the constitution and the laws in force. He also renewed his commitment to abide by the constitutional deadlines during meetings with both his deputy Nuri al-Maliki, leader of the "coalition of state law," and Hadi al-Amiri, leader of the alliance «Fatah» and national security adviser Faleh al-Fayadh, head of the coalition «bid» Almnawi in the coalition «victory», Coalition and join Maliki's coalition.

According to article 55 of the Iraqi Constitution, the President of the Republic must issue a decree within 15 days from the date of ratification of the election results (on the nineteenth of this month), in which the new parliament convenes, chaired by the oldest member, to elect the President of the Council and his deputies by the absolute majority. Extension.

The Parliament must elect a President of the Republic with a two-thirds majority of its members.

The new President shall nominate the candidate of the most numerous parliamentary bloc to form the Council of Ministers within 15 days from the date of the election of the President of the Republic. If the prime minister does not succeed in his mission, the president will nominate another candidate for prime minister within 15 days.

Al-Arabiya TV quoted an adviser to Maasoum as saying that the decree calling for parliament to be convened will be issued today.

The two parties were divided into two parties, the first of which included Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Muqtada al-Sadr and Ammar al-Hakim. The leader of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, joined them and the latter included Maliki and Hadi al-Amiri, seeking to attract Sunni and Kurdish parties to prevent Sadr from announcing the largest bloc.

Nadhim al-Abadi, a leader of Sadr's alliance, said members of the "State of Law" and "National Axis" (Sunni) joined the Sadr-Abadi-Hakim alliance. "The nucleus of the Save the Nation bloc is with us wisdom, patriotism and victory. There is understanding and engagement with the coalition of Kurdish forces and parties to reach the final details of the comprehensive map of the coalition that will lead the formation of the new government," he said.

"There is a possibility that we will be joined by members of the state of law, because there is no red line on them, except for Nuri al-Maliki, because we have a reservation on his performance during his lean years.

And I expect that some of the brothers of the alliance will join the conquest », pointing out that« the bulk of the national axis will come to save the homeland, except Khamis Dagger, the existence of reservations on his person, and his previous political positions ».

Kazem al-Abadi said, "the announcement of the largest bloc in the next few hours on the basis of data," stressing that «the government of the rescue of the homeland will include the competencies of fair working under the control of the strong and the block and save the homeland».

To this, the alliance «National Axis» yesterday that it will discuss the results of his meetings with the blocks during a meeting of its leaders, denying any decision or make promises on the formation of the largest bloc.

"The coalition is continuing with all the blocs," coalition spokesman Abdul-Malik al-Husseini said in a statement.

The Kurdish opposition forces formed a coalition to negotiate the formation of the new Iraqi government. The National Axis coalition, composed of Sunni forces, confirmed that its talks with the Kurds were "at an advanced stage," paving the way for a "state rebuilding" pact.

The leaders of the "Change" blocs and the parties of the Union and the Islamic Group and the Alliance for Democracy and Justice led by Barham Salih told a press conference that a meeting was held in Sulaymaniyah yesterday.

"The agreement on the formation of a joint parliamentary alliance in the federal parliament, The rights of the people of Kurdistan in the negotiations to form a government in terms of constitutional rights and normalization of the situation in the disputed areas, and to develop radical solutions to the differences between the governments of Erbil and Baghdad, through the guarantee of a fair constitutional partnership, and adjust the course of the political process in the country,


Frank26 » August 26th, 2018


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