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Kaperoni: "...this looks like an opportunity for Maliki to run Alaq out of his proxy CBI position"

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Kaperoni: "...this looks like an opportunity for Maliki to run Alaq out of his proxy CBI position"

Post by RamblerNash on Sat Oct 13, 2018 8:34 pm


Do y'all remember back in 2012 when al-Maliki ran the current CBI Governor Shabibi out of the country? Well in recent days the uprising over Ali al-Alaq signature on the new printed notes has the smell of Maliki.  What I mean by that is all of the complaining that he didn't have authority to put a signature on the new notes, and now the recent lawsuit against him for doing so seems like an attempt to stop progress and monetary policy and its tracks.  I may be wrong but this looks like an opportunity for Maliki to run Alaq out of his proxy CBI position just like he did Shabibi and slow down the CBI's attempt to develop banking and engage it with the world's financial system.  Maliki has already found out that the best way to stop progress is to run the governor out of the CBI as it would set back progress several years.  I hope I'm wrong and this is something that blows over in a few days and we can get back to taking steps forward.


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