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Post by Ponee on Tue Oct 08, 2019 8:34 pm

Guru Mnt Goat  

  The Iraq protestors continue until the list of demands are met. We know these demands include stopping the currency auctions. We know if they do this they will then move the dinar to trade international. We have been waiting for this for many years as investors in the currency. But the question is - will this protesting effort actually put pressure on them to do it We know there is already a plan to roll out the smaller and the small category notes and coins by the CBI.  They keep telling the people of all the corruption but it seems to make no difference. 


  So, there was talk of dismissal of current prime minister Mahdi. According to the constitution this would be a no confidence vote. So what happened on this vote on Saturday?  A parliamentary source said on Monday that the House of Representatives will hold its eighth session to discuss the demonstrations on Tuesday.  The source said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The House of Representatives will be held at one o'clock on Tuesday, its regular session."  


He added that "the session will be dedicated to discuss the demonstrations and take the necessary measures to meet the demands of the demonstrators."  

10.08.2019

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