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Post by Ssmith on Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:11 am


The Snod » January 24th, 2019

This has been a question in my mind since 2010. Would you trust this country to be fully seated and handle the critically high importance of reinstating their currency with supervision, or would you stack the political/economic leverage on your side to reinstate the currency ‘then’ close the whole system out with the seating of the key ministers?

It remains to be seen, yet I believe we are watching the latter play out.

I don’t think you can trust them with anything important.

We wouldn’t have 300 pending contracts, an open GZ, an override on their constitutional process by placing Mahdi in, or 3rd party auditing if there wasn’t leverage to finish this bad boy out fairly soon.

The co.’s coming in seem to show us that they are ok with proxy ministers if they will finish the laws and RI their currency, I’m thinking.

Hammy14 » January 24th, 2019

Snod, I think you are exactly correct. It seems the Fab4 ( IMF, UST, WB, CBI?) gave them just enough rope to hang themselves with, so to speak, and then came in when they continued to flounder around with not getting anything done and said, "step back boys...we'll take it from here."

LOL On a serious note, without strong adult supervision from the powers that be twisting a few arms and kicking a few butts, we all would be like a hamster on his wheel spinning like crazy, but never getting anywhere if the Fab4 had not stepped in, IMO. So, thank God they did, and now the finish line is within site. All in my opinion.

Popeye7 » January 24th, 2019

I believe you are right Hammy... We must not be discouraged at all... Great news abounds.. The Iraqi parliament is always going to have some semblance of disfunction... But there are those within the Iraqi government that truly do want to serve the interests of the people of Iraq... But as you stated, and Frank, and Delta have discussed numerous times, the Fab4 is not going to allow for this to fail at all... Great progress has been made, and it is just a matter of when..

Samson » January 24th, 2019

Baghdad : Next week all salaries of the disengagement services will be distributed

24th January, 2019

Baghdad province announced, Thursday, January 24, 2019, the completion of all financial procedures relating to the distribution of salaries of employees of the disengagement services, indicating that next week will be distributed in full.

"The Governor of Baghdad, Falah al-Jaza'iri, directed the beginning of this week the administrative and financial department in the province of Baghdad to expedite the completion of the salaries of the disengagement departments and distribution to the departments associated with the province," he said.

He added that "the Department of Administration and Finance received the letter of notification received from the Ministry of Finance regarding the funding of salaries for the six directorates of the province of Baghdad and the Directorate of Municipalities of Baghdad and the province of the province during this week," calling for "work as soon as possible to complete all financial belongings and that next Sunday will see the distribution of salaries To these circles."

He added that "the administrative and financial department will complete the salaries of the rest of the remaining directorates, which includes the directorates of the health Rusafa and Karkh and sports and youth departments and the departments of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs and the Directorate of Agriculture Rusafa will be distributed successively and during the next week." LINK

Don961 » January 24th, 2019

Saudi Crown Prince assured Abdul Mahdi of his country's support for Iraq's security

_NEWS_DATE: 2019/1/24 10:17


Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi received a phone call from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

"Salman expressed his congratulations and Saudi Arabia's full support for Iraq and its support for its permanent security and prosperity," a statement from the Prime Minister's Office said.

The Prime Minister thanked the Crown Prince and expressed his country's welcome for the development of relations between the two countries and the two brotherly peoples and conveyed his greetings to King Salman bin Abdulaziz. link

Prime Minister: Abdul Mahdi met with ambassadors of 6 countries and received an invitation from the Saudi monarch to visit the Kingdom

Iraq, Turkey, Algeria, Canada, Mauritania and China have received an official invitation from Saudi King Salman to visit Saudi Arabia, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Thursday in a statement received by the Crown Prince, A copy of which, "Abdel-Mahdi, held a series of meetings with a number of ambassadors working in Baghdad each individually," noting that "these meetings dealt with the development of bilateral relations and discuss issues of common concern."

The statement said that, "Abdel-Mahdi, Positive situation in Iraq And the Iraqi government's directions towards the reconstruction of the country and all the provinces affected by terrorism and the disruption of growth opportunities, and seek to build a system of joint relations with all sisterly and friendly countries to increase cooperation and exchange of interests and strengthen security and stability and opportunities for economic prosperity. "

For their part, "Abdelmahdi received in his official office the ambassador of the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, Abdelkader Ben Shuaa, and the People's Republic of China Ambassador Sheng Weicheng, the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria and the People's Republic of China, , And the Ambassador of Canada Robert Paul Jibart, the Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey Faleh Yildiz, and the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, Ladies Ould Sheikh Ould Ahmed Aisha. "

He also received Abdul Mahdi, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Baghdad, Abdul Aziz bin Khalid Al-Shammari," pointing Al-Shammari, conveyed an official invitation from the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to visit the Kingdom.

"Abdul Mahdi, according to the statement, promised to meet the invitation and visit Saudi Arabia in due course. link

Samson » January 24th, 2019

South Korea's policy sends a special delegation to Iraq

24th January, 2019

The South Korean Foreign Ministry announced on Thursday that the government intends to send a special delegation to present the blessing to Iraq on the occasion of the launch of a new government in Iraq and the anniversary of the passage of 30 years of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries

The delegation will be chaired by the Special Advisor on Diplomacy with Iraq Han Pyeong-do and will include government officials from the ministries of foreign affairs, finance, land, transportation, military procurement projects, representatives of Hyundai Construction and Korean companies operating in Iraq, the Yonhap news agency reported. 28-30 of this month

Iraq is witnessing the launch of the new government led by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, in October last year LINK

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