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MilitiaMan: "The country has no liquidity and will need to implement the reforms to alleviate the lack of liquidity issue" 5/9/20 DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

MilitiaMan: "The country has no liquidity and will need to implement the reforms to alleviate the lack of liquidity issue" 5/9/20

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Post by RamblerNash on Sat May 09, 2020 10:43 pm

MilitiaMan  

The new PM has a very serious and a professional back ground and some serious issues to tackle...The country has no liquidity and will need to implement the reforms to alleviate the lack of liquidity issue. imo...we know this last weekend there were meetings at the highest levels to provide immediate solutions.  I believe that the PM was privy to those meetings and understands the totality of where they are in regard to the crisis. The tools and or solutions would have been discussed and options were probably on the table. The best ones were i'll bet the ones we are looking forward too. That is the citizens get jobs, they get purchase power and we do as well...All things point to the Reforms getting in place now and very quickly from here on out...The pressure is now far to intense to not....

Article quote:  "...the Prime Minister and the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament are quick to remedy the problem and it will be solved very soon and will not be prolonged until tomorrow, Sunday..."   ...we can see the pressure mounting and if they are going to go digital and have the platform to do so ready behind the scenes we may be in for a very big surprise. The salaries need to get paid and the demonstrations suggest the heat is on and the heat is going to increase too! They suggest they payments will not be prolonged past or to tomorrow. If that is an indicator or not is sure looks like one!!



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