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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:54 pm

Hi Everyone,

I bring you much news today.

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."

More news….

THE FATAH ALLIANCE GRANTS THE PRIME MINISTER FULL POWERS TO IMPLEMENT THE REFORM PACKAGE

In light of the directives of the supreme religious authority, we stand with the legitimate demands of the demonstrators and adopt some of the directives and recommendations of the religious authority. Cooperation with other political blocs to provide these reforms within a maximum period of ten days.

We also entrust the Prime Minister with the full powers to implement the reform package, including any ministerial reshuffle, government change or any legislation he deems necessary to achieve this reform package.

More news….

Ahd News - Baghdad
The House of Representatives held its session on Tuesday, chaired by Speaker of the House Mohammed Halbousi and the presence of 112 deputies in addition to the presence of the Ministers of Labor and Trade.
A parliamentary source told "Al-Ahd News" on Tuesday, "Parliament voted in principle to end the work of the provincial councils and consider the victims of the demonstrations martyrs."

He added that the council voted to consider the victims as demonstrators and security forces as martyrs, compensate their families and release the detainees, as well as launching a financial grant for students, including the poor with monthly salaries and repealing their contracts in the ministries of defense and interior, the Popular Mobilization Authority and opening the door for volunteering in the Ministry of Defense.

He continued, "Parliament voted to stop the campaign to remove abuses and build housing complexes for transgressors and displaced people, and exempt farmers and farmers from rent allowances and fix lecturers for free," pointing out that "the Council also voted to redress the families of missing and absentees in the federal budget for 2020, compensation for those affected by terrorism and military operations, And granting soft loans to restart and rehabilitate the stalled factories. "

"The parliament also voted to cancel the offices of the general inspectors," the source said

(Mnt Goat – So as an investor in the dinar, we are not yet seeing the currency reform demand of the protestors being met. Let’ s see what happens in Thursday’s session in parliament. But let’s be honest with this.
We know the CBI keeps telling over the years whey want to delete the zeros as they just recently told us. But what is holding it back? Is there some element behind the scenes?)

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REUTERS: IRAQI FORCES FIRE AT PROTESTERS IN BAGHDAD AFTER PM PLEDGES VAGUE REFORMS

(10/4/19)

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Police shot at a small group of protesters in Baghdad on Friday after three deadly days of anti-government unrest, and Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said no “magic solution” was available, pledging vague reform unlikely to placate Iraqis.
A man is seen on the street during a curfew, three days after the nationwide anti-government protests turned violent, in Baghdad, Iraq October 4, 2019. REUTERS/Khalid al-Mousily
At least 27 people have been killed so far in violent demonstrations that have escalated by the day, sweeping across southern cities since they first erupted on Tuesday.
The unrest, fueled by popular rage over poor living standards and corruption, is the first major challenge for Abdul Mahdi, who took office last year backed by Shi’ite parties that have dominated Iraq since the 2003 fall of Saddam Hussein.
It also comes on the eve of the Arbaeen Shi’ite pilgrimage, when as many as 20 million worshippers are expected to journey for days on foot across southern Iraq in the world’s biggest annual gathering, ten times the size of the Mecca Hajj.
The Iraqi capital was mostly quiet ahead of Muslim Friday prayers. An ongoing curfew, defied by thousands of demonstrators on Thursday, saw army and special forces deploy around central squares and streets.
Iraqis expect large protests to erupt later in the day, absent a meaningful response from politicians they accuse of holding back Iraq’s recovery from years of conflict through corruption and neglect.
Abdul Mahdi acknowledged the public discontent in an overnight television message, insisting politicians were aware of the suffering of the masses: “We do not live in ivory towers - we walk among you in the streets of Baghdad,” he said.
He called for calm and for support from lawmakers to reshuffle cabinet posts away from the influence of big parties and groups. He said a basic wage for poor families would be discussed by the government, but that no “magic solutions” had been available to fix the country.
Out on the streets of Baghdad overnight, protesters gathered by a bonfire set among the flaming wreckage of an armored vehicle, across the Tigris River from the government compound.
“They are shooting live fire at the Iraqi people and the revolutionaries. We can cross the bridge and take them out of the Green Zone!” a man shouted to Reuters TV
“Abdul Mahdi, they will cross the bridge. You better resign. Resign. The people demand the fall of the regime!” he shouted as the crowd behind him took up a chant that swept the Middle East during popular uprisings across the region in 2011: “The people demand the fall of the regime!”
Two years after the defeat of the Islamic State Sunni militant movement, Iraq has finally been at peace and free to trade for the first extended period since the 1970s. Oil production is at record levels providing windfall income for Baghdad. Yet after decades of war and sanctions, infrastructure is still decrepit, cities are in ruins and there are few employment opportunities for a population of 40 million.
Protesters say they funds are being siphoned off by political parties who have a firm grip on power in Baghdad.
They clashed with security forces in mass demonstrations that began in Baghdad on Tuesday and spread to cities in the southern Shi’ite heartland. Hundreds of people have been wounded as security forces opened fire to disperse the crowds, and demonstrators in some areas have shot back.

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‪REUTERS: IRAQI AUTHORITIES LIFT BAGHDAD CURFEW; DEATH TOLL RISES TO 72 IN DAYS OF UNREST.

(10/5/19)

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi authorities lifted a days-long curfew in Baghdad on Saturday that anti-government protesters had defied, as the toll from four days of violent unrest rose to 72 killed and hundreds injured.
Traffic ran as normal through the Iraqi capital and streets and main squares were otherwise quiet. Concrete barriers blocked off areas where protesters in their thousands clashed with police during the week.

Iraq’s semi-official High Commission for Human Rights said security forces had detained hundreds of people for demonstrating but then let most of them go.

Police snipers shot at protesters on Friday, Reuters reporters said, escalating violent tactics used by the security forces that have included live fire, tear gas and water cannons.

The security forces have accused gunmen of hiding among demonstrators to shoot at police. Several policeman have died.

The protests over unfair distribution of jobs, lack of services and government corruption erupted on Tuesday in Baghdad and quickly spread to other Iraqi cities, mainly in the south.

It is the deadliest unrest Iraq has seen since the declared defeat of Islamic State in 2017 and has shaken the year-old government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.

The government has responded with vague reform promises that are unlikely to placate Iraqis.

Powerful Iraqi cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, who has a mass popular following and controls a large chunk of parliament, demanded on Friday that the government resign and snap elections be held. At least one other major parliamentary grouping allied itself with Sadr against the government.
Parliament was set to meet on Saturday to discuss protesters’ demands. Sadr’s bloc has said it will boycott the session.

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IRAQ: AL-SADR ON FRIDAY URGED THE GOVERNMENT OF PRIME MINISTER ADEL ABDUL MAHDI TO RESIGN AMID THE RISING DEATH TOLL IN THE ONGOING ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS

BAGHDAD, Oct. 4 (Xinhua) -- Iraq's prominent Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on Friday urged the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to resign amid the rising death toll in the ongoing anti-government protests.
"I demand that the Iraqi government fully resign and start early elections under the supervision of the United Nations," al-Sadr said.

"What is happening now is a disregard for Iraqi blood that cannot be tolerated," he added.

Earlier in the day, al-Sadr called on the lawmakers of the leading al-Sairoon bloc to suspend their membership in parliament, a day before a scheduled session of parliament to discuss the demonstrations held across the country since Tuesday.
Al-Sadr told al-Sairoon bloc members, who are mainly his loyalists, "not to attend parliamentary sessions until the government issues a program that satisfies the people and the Marjiyah (religious Shiite leadership)," according to a statement issued by al-Sadr.

Since Tuesday, hundreds of Iraqis have been holding protests on the streets in the Iraqi capital Baghdad and other Iraqi provinces. They voiced their anger that after two years of defeating the extremist Islamic State (IS) militants, millions of the population are still living in worsening conditions in the oil-rich country.

The protesters are demanding for better living, job opportunities and basic services. They blame the deterioration on what they see widespread corruption and incompetence of the government.

After four successive days of protests, the death toll rose to 41, according to figures provided by Ali al-Bayati, a member of the Iraqi Independent High Commission for Human Rights.

Al-Bayati said that "a total of 38 civilians and three security members were killed in the protests, while 1,952 were wounded, including 363 security members."

Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi imposed a curfew in Baghdad starting from 5:00 a.m. local time (0200 GMT) Thursday morning. Early on Friday morning, Abdul Mahdi called on the protesters to calm down after days of violent protests.

In his televised speech, he said that "your demands for reforms and the fight against corruption have reached us," promising that his government would not make "empty promises."

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COUNCIL OF MINISTERS ISSUED THE FIRST PACKAGE OF “IMPORTANT” DECISIONS

03:20 06.10.2019(Updated 03:31 06.10.2019)


The Iraqi News Agency (INA) said that the Council of Ministers issued the first package of “important” decisions in an extraordinary session called by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.

The special session was held on Saturday evening in response to the demands of the demonstrators and the general public and the text of the speech of the supreme religious authority. The decisions were as follows:
1.Open the door to apply for residential land allocated to low-income people and other categories in accordance with the decision of the Council of Ministers, and in all governorates.
2.Completing the distribution of (17000) seventeen thousand housing units to the beneficiaries of low income in Basra province within a period not exceeding four weeks.
3. Preparing and implementing a national housing program that includes the construction of 100,000 housing units distributed among the governorates, and giving priority to the poorest governorates and regions.
4. The governors shall form committees to sort out the names of the most needy families in their governorates, from the category of those covered by the social welfare network, in order to cover the distribution of residential land and submit the names to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers within two weeks.
5. The Ministry of Finance shall strengthen the balance of the Housing Fund in order to increase the number of borrowers and enable them to build housing units on plots of land to be distributed to citizens and to include this in the 2020 budget. Loans shall be exempt from interest in accordance with the Law of the Fund.
6. Granting (150,000) one hundred and fifty thousand unemployed persons who do not have the ability to work monthly grant of (175000) one hundred and seventy-five thousand dinars per person for three months, with a total amount of (78.5 billion) seventy-eight billion and a half billion dinars.
7. The establishment of modern marketing complexes (kiosks) in commercial areas in Baghdad and the provinces distributed to those referred to in the previous paragraph during a period of three months at a total cost of (6000000000) sixty billion dinars provided that the owner of the kiosk pledges to employ two unemployed to ensure the provision of Less than (45000) forty five thousand job opportunities for citizens, taking into account the priority of those who have been removed stalls.
8. Preparing a program for training and qualifying the unemployed who have the ability to work and the number of (150,000) one hundred and fifty thousand young graduates and non-graduates with a financial grant during the training period of (3) three months of (175000) one hundred and seventy-five thousand dinars per month Persons, and a total amount of (78.5 billion) seventy-eight billion and a half billion dinars in order to qualify them, and run those who successfully pass the training courses in investment companies operating in Iraq.
9. Granting the successful persons in the above training courses appropriate loans to establish medium or small projects from the profit-making loan fund at the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs or granting them loans through the Central Bank of Youth Lending initiative (trillion) dinars.
10. Include the unemployed participants of the training program above the Industrial Services Law by granting them a piece of land served to establish an industrial project with the enjoyment of all the privileges provided by the said law.
11. The Ministry of Defense will open the door for volunteering for young people (18-25) years through the portal or reception centers in the provinces as of 15/10/2019.
12. The ministries of defense and interior to take the basic procedures to repeal their contracts in all governorates.
13. The Ministry of Education shall take the necessary measures to contract the volunteer lecturers and include the required financial allocations in the 2020 budget according to the need and specialization.
14. The Ministry of Agriculture shall take the basic procedures to exempt farmers from the amounts of lease of agricultural lands resulting from their previous dues until 31/12/2019.
15. The governors, in coordination with the Social Welfare Departments of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, shall prepare lists of disadvantaged families due for the purpose of granting them the welfare salaries of (600,000) six hundred thousand families.
16. To consider the victims as demonstrators and security services as martyrs, to be covered by the laws in force, and to grant their families the rights and privileges arising therefrom.
17. The Ministry of Health shall provide treatment services to wounded demonstrators and security forces and provide full needs at government expense, including treatment outside Iraq, if requested.
She said “conscious” that the Council of Ministers directed the ministries and other stakeholders to implement the above decisions according to competence.

The Council also decided to discuss the second package of resolutions related to reforms and the demands of the demonstrators at the next session, and to continue taking the necessary decisions in the subsequent sessions.

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NINE POINTS TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO AVOID THE CRISIS OF PROTESTS AND STOP THE BLOODSHED

BAGHDAD: The President of the Republic Barham Saleh, on Monday, nine points to the federal government to avoid the crisis of protests and stop the bloodshed.

Saleh said in a televised address to the Iraqi people, followed by (Euphrates News) that "the government and security leaders confirmed the absence of orders to shoot demonstrators did not come from the state and its agencies and therefore, from this day criminals and outlaws," stressing "security services With its various formations, the firm response did not violate the Constitution and the law and assaulted the demonstrators, the security services and the horror of the media. "

"This is a fitna and a crime that cannot be tolerated. The blood of our people and our security forces is not subject to bidding, nor for adventures and our trust in our people is absolute and every outlaw must submit to the authority, law and judiciary of the state," he said.

Saleh pointed out that "there are those who speak of foreign support for events and we do not say that no one wants and has an interest in sowing discord between the same people inevitably there are interests that want to invest every gap and every problem and each rivalry within our country, but the basis is the will of the living people, we must All of us officials, parties, civil servants, activists, intellectuals and citizens argue that this movement and this protest came against the backdrop of misery, grievances and the general feeling that the country needs reform. "
He continued "

The President of the Republic increased, `` partisan quotas refuse to leave our reality despite persistent attempts and calls to renounce them and choose practical and scientific methods to reach real solutions.When party interests and quotas replace the national will to push the stalled wheel forward, our country is bleeding its possibilities and opportunities from the aspirations of its people. ''
He said that "frankness required must be followed by serious steps and legitimacy of any political process or political system does not work on the requirements of the people and aspirations," calling on the demonstrators to "maintain the peaceful demonstrations and do not allow the trolls to steal your dreams and your demands," stressing "respect for the proposals of religious reference She identified through her speeches early kinks and warned of the danger of delay in the process of reform and serving citizens. "
"Based on the initiatives and steps taken by the Presidents of the Council of Ministers and the deputies to respond to the demands of the demonstrators, and based on repeated deliberations with a number of political and national leaders, I raise a number of the following points to proceed towards completion within a short period of time:

1. the causes of violence that took place during the past Alayamn and taking serious actions and decisions to define the mechanisms of this type of protests and the competent authorities accountable perpetrators of shedding Iraqi the blood.

2. In response to the invitation of the Supreme religious authority will work to form a committee of independent experts of personalities Almshahu We will work within the framework of the presidencies and political forces to have this national consensus without political interventions to be able to form imbalances and the presidency will put all its possibilities for the success of this aspect.

3. Opening a comprehensive and constructive political dialogue to form a supportive and permanent parliamentary bloc for reform steps, including the outputs of the committee and legislative and governmental procedures, overcoming obstacles and political pressures, and assisting the government to proceed with steps to combat corruption and provide services.

4. Support the efforts of the government to undertake a fundamental ministerial reshuffle to enhance performance and activate work mechanisms.

5 - Activate the role of the court concerned with integrity issues and provide the appropriate conditions for its work freely and the transfer of all files of corruption to be resolved within the specified timelines and prevent any appeal in this regard and no immunity to this file to any party or party Och testicular in addition to work to recover public money.

6 - We will work on the pledges of the Government and the House of Representatives to compensate those affected by the acts of abuses rewarding to help them to bear the burdens of housing and stop the implementation of lifting other abuses before ensuring the transfer of the affected, as well as legislation and executive procedures required to find jobs and provide financial aid to the unemployed, especially graduates and certificate holders High.

7 - Accelerate the formation of the Federal Service Council of independents to assume during a short period of its work, and give graduates and holders of higher degrees priority in government appointment, in addition to the immediate launch of the functional degrees approved in the budget and the launch of the degree of movement of owners.

8.Reconsidering the electoral law of the Council of Representatives and its system to allow confidence in the electoral process and the enactment of a new law in line with national aspirations. The presidency of the Republic will form a national dialogue team to follow up this file and with the assistance of experts from the United Nations and the formation of an independent electoral commission to allow maximum transparency and integrity in the electoral process.

9. To initiate the opening of a national dialogue to discuss the required treatment for the imbalance inherent in the political system that impedes the principles of good governance and lead to the strengthening of national unity.

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Just the FACTS!

Disclaimer: All information in this newsletter is not intended for investment decisions / purposes. Mnt Goat is not a financial analyst, planner, banker, attorney or associated in any role with giving out professional investment advice.

In ending I want everyone to know your constant prayers in the fight against evil (ISIS) and now the corruption in Iraq have worked. God has guided these young men and women on the battle field. He has guided the honest, patriots of Iraq to fight for their homeland. So this new war now on our citizens is underway. New battles are raging every day over corruption. These are battles to save our societies from the corrupt politicians and secret societies who are bent on taking what they want from our current wealth and from future generations without our permission. We must keep praying for the end to the rapid corruption and enslavement of people in Iraq and also in the United States. We must pray for our leaders that they may be anointed by the Holy Spirit and guided to do God’s work. We must stand by them and let them know we are still there to support them, even after the election is over. I have composed a prayer maybe we can all pray today in our own way and until the reinstatement of the Iraq dinar occurs.


PRAYER

“For all leaders of all nations, that they may be anointed by the Holy Spirit to do God’s will to bring about abundance and prosperity to their nation.

To fight this waging war on corruption, our freedoms, our liberties, socialist plans and injustice.
To bring all those corrupt to justice and pay for their crimes no matter how high up in the government they are.

That the FREE WORLD may be a shining example for the rest of the entire planet.

In the name of Jesus Christ our King and Savior, Amen”


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