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JJonesmx » December 6th, 2018

Congress passes funding bill to delay government shutdown until Dec. 21

United States Senate chamber. (United States Congress/Released)


Both chambers of Congress have passed a funding bill ahead of the Dec. 7 deadline to delay a government shutdown.

The resolution will prevent the government from shutting down until Dec. 21, Reuters reported.

The measure was passed in the House early Thursday. Shortly after, the Senate also passed the measure.

“The #Senate passed by VOICE VOTE, H.J.Res. 143, further continuing appropriations for FY 2019 (2 week [continuing resolution]),” the Senate Press Gallery tweeted Thursday afternoon. Link

2Cents » December 6th, 2018

Note.......ISX closure 12/10 officially announced
ISX last trading session for the year is 12/25 officially announced
ISX first trading session for 2019 is 1/02 officially announced

Don961 » December 6th, 2018

red card option beginning ??...imo

The prime minister assigns two banks to the functions of the Minister of Justice and the Agency

Politics, security and economyThursday 6 December 2018 - 10:00 pm

Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi issued a decree on Thursday ordering the Minister of Construction, Housing and Municipalities, Benek Rikani, to be appointed Minister of Justice.

"Pursuant to the powers granted to us under Article 78 of the Constitution and based on the republican decree on our mandate to form the Council of Ministers, we decided to cancel Diwani Order No. (23) of 2018 issued under the Office of the President of the Council Ministerial Resolution No. 6/59/23 of 25/10/2018 ".

Diwani said that he "entrusts the two ministries Abdullah Rikani, Minister of Construction, Housing and Municipalities with the functions of the Minister of Justice in addition to his duties, and implement the order from the date of issue (6 December 2018)."

And two banks of Rikani belonging to the Kurdistan Democratic Party, received on 28 October, his duties in the Ministry of Construction, Housing and Public Municipalities of former Minister Ann Nafie Oussi, after being sworn in before the House of Representatives within the cabinet cabinet Adel Abdul Mahdi.

It is noteworthy that the justice portfolio within the incomplete ministries of the new government of Abdul Mahdi because of differences over the candidates. link

Marcia3 » December 6th, 2018

Oh...this is promising. Looks like Mahdi is moving forward despite all the brats in the cafeteria with fist fights and food fights. Way to go, Mahdi...just get it done and keep going.

Chicano98 » December 6th, 2018

When I hear Red Card I think of soccer red cards. What does red card mean exactly? I've tried to look back in the forums to see the starting of that meaning. Any help would be appreciated.

Boxman » December 6th, 2018

The red card was Madhi, saying the remaining new members of the GOI needed to be agreed upon and approved, or he would use a "red card" and select the new members without their approval..if memory serves me correctly

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