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RayRat98: "The dinar...flashing from 3.71 up to 4.81 and then..."

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RayRat98: "The dinar...flashing from 3.71 up to 4.81 and then..."

Post  RamblerNash on Sun Sep 30, 2018 1:59 pm

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Saturday - A bank source reported rates on ...The dinar...flashing from 3.71 up to 4.81 and then graying out.  They expect final rates the first week of October if all continues as informed.  Iraq TV reported an agreement from members of Parliament blacklisting anyone who participated in the Kurdistan referendum from holding the title of President and not inviting them to take part in Parliament.  Kurds were told they have two days to select a candidate to represent them as their President or Saleh would be appointed.

Sunday - Kurds did not yet agree on a candidate-select for president and dislike that Baghdad is making their decision for them. They left the meeting referencing unconstitutional activity and will not attend any Parliament meetings due to that fact. Without the Kurds, a quorum cannot be established to have official votes passed and they want the Federal Court to intervene. The saga between the Kurds and Baghdad continues.


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