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Post by Ssmith on Mon Jan 21, 2019 9:52 am


Weekend UPDATE for January 18-19-20, 2019

Posted by RayRen98

Friday -

Abadi is stating that he will return to Parliament indicating that a vice-president position was likely.

It appears that the Kurds will receive 12.67% according to the new budget (that isn't public yet).

Only the Interior Minister is supposed to voted on Saturday's session.

Release code procedures were reportedly to commence on Friday morning, we're waiting to hear back from bank sources for any visible activity.

Saturday -

Parliament is reportedly announcing that they will pass the budget before the end of the month.

No votes were taken today during their session.

An un-named Parliament spokesperson stated that there were two individuals holding up the cabinet voting process.

Sunday -

I do not believe the NSA is involved in such a manner as some are suggesting, please DON'T start contacting your elected officials prematurely.

The Bank of International Settlements appears to be a likely reason the "activity" hasn't commenced yet. Even though banks are closed on Monday for the holiday, it is expected that progress reports may become self-evident on that day.

Iraqi TV is broadcasting that Iraq's doors are open to the world........this is considered as an effort to obtain world-wide investors.

Time Will Tell!!!

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