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Thought for – March 7th 2014
wmawhite - we need to remember that it is the CBI that will change the value of the IQD…not Parliament. Iraq has more gold as reserves than most countries do…some estimated at over $80 billion, plus $84 billion in cash reserves…the bottom line is that their true value of the IQD is NOT 1166. They are prepared to change that now and they have told so too.
I used to get excited over intel/rumors …not any more…today, I am happy and take comfort knowing that this is nearing its end because they, Iraq, CBI/GOI are telling us so. a couple of weeks ago when the CBI announced it’s move into an Open Market Operation in conformance with the IMF…this investment, IMO, moved from speculation (IMO) into a much more conventional investment believing that the CBI/GOI are now going to do exactly what we as investors have always believed it would do.
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Iraqi parliament speaker threatens to withdraw confidence from al-Maliki
BAGHDAD – Parliament Speaker Osama al-Nujaifi on Thursday threatened to withdraw confidence from Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki`s government shortly after al-Maliki criticized parliament for failing to pass a proposed budget for the new fiscal year.
“Parliament has been the source of the al-Maliki government`s legitimacy,” al-Nujaifi said at a press conference at parliament headquarters. “And it can also withdraw this legitimacy.”…
…The prime minister went on to say he would adopt the draft budget – even without parliamentary approval…
…On Thursday, al-Nujaifi dismissed al-Maliki`s allegations as “desperate electoral propaganda.”… ARTICLE LINK
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Nujaifi: What Maliki has done is a military coup
Shafaq News / The Parliament Speaker , Osama al-Nujaifi described on Thursday, the accusations made by Prime Minister , Nuri al-Maliki to the parliament as a ” military coup ” on the democratic experiment and the political process in the country.
“Any attempt to overturn the legitimacy of the parliament is a military coup because the parliament which gave legitimacy to Maliki’s government and can withdraw it from him ,”Nujaifi said at a news conference in the parliament to respond to al-Maliki , attended by ” Shafaq News “.
Nujaifi considered al-Maliki’s accusations as ” ignorance in Iraqi constitution and did not in all the countries of the world,” adding that “ bypassing this problem caused by Maliki must be through ” elections and electing the right person… ARTICLE LINK
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CoM calls on State institutions to implement financial transactions in local currency
The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and the Supreme Judicial Council, the ministries and departments not associated with the Ministry and the provincial councils (are) all not to enter any financial obligations in foreign currency amounts paid within Iraq and that commitment is performed exclusively in Iraqi dinars… ARTICLE LINK
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Urgent .. Maliki: We decided to exchange money without approving the budget
Al-Maliki said in his weekly today that “the Council of Ministers decided unanimously yesterday and exchange money without approving the budget and this is constitutionally authorized us to either believe or not believe her budget and that we wish we did not get it.” ”I sincerely say to the members of parliament that the attendance in Parliament without discussion of the budget is the false testimony urging them to not to come.” Follows … ARTICLE LINK
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BREAKING NEWS. Prince of Dulaimi refuses al-Maliki proposal
Ramadi / Nina /–Prince of Dulaim tribes Sheikh Ali Hatem al-Suleiman refused proposal made by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to resolve the differences and defuse Anbar crisis…noting that he ” refused this proposal because the prime minister did not meet any of his previous promises… LINK
The increase of the Iraqi dinar against the dollar is vital to the citizen
A member of the parliamentary Economic Committee Abdul-Hussein Abtan that “the increase of the Iraqi dinar against the dollar is so vital to the citizen, where not enough that we have billions in deposits at the central bank in exchange rate of poverty and unemployment and a weak purchasing power of the citizen.”… ARTICLE LINK
TLAR Commentary ~ this article is the best article in quite a while. It confirms many things for our investment. The first is it confirms no lop, it confirms it will happen this year 2014, it confirms, they will change the exchange rate itself, it confirms a dinar is a dinar (every note will be good and every denomination will be good), it confirms both currencies will be in use until all the old notes are collected, it confirms this will be an RV and not a float by this statement (the process of deletion of zeros will be provided by the new currency) meaning the currency will be issued at the same time they delete the zeros. This is a great article. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. (referring the 3 Articles above)
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Iraq-Maliki’s coup against parliament, the deathblow to political process
Struan Stevenson MEP President, European Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with IraqPress Release by the office of Struan Stevenson, President of European Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with Iraq
Maliki’s coup against parliament, the deathblow to political process, and the necessity of halting economic & military aid
Elections must be conducted under UN’s auspices by an administrative government; Elections under Maliki are neither free nor fair
At the outset of Iraq’s elections, Nuri al-Maliki, the Prime Minister of Iraq, took a new step towards autocracy and dictatorship and in his weekly address audaciously said: “The parliament’s life has come to an end or its leadership has declared its termination.” This is the very parliament that Maliki got his mandate from.
In his speech, he took a step further and said: “Yesterday, at the cabinet, we decided by a majority, to carry this budget and spend it whether it is ratified by the parliament or not.”
He explicitly stated that the parliament must not refuse his demands and clearly said that when the government sends a new law to the parliament “the law gets changed and other things are added to it that move it away from its original goal and it goes the other way, which imposes a hefty cost on the government.” Like all dictators, he considers himself as the criterion for law, and considers opposing him as violating the law. He said the parliament “by a collection of violations of laws… loses its special legislative and legal character…”
Maliki—who has already brought the Judiciary under his control with the support of the Iranian regime said: “Today, we have complained to the federal court against parliament’s ways and actions.” Maliki, who is certain about the outcome of his surrogate court said: “We hope that members of parliament will courageously act vis-à-vis the court’s ruling.”
Maliki’s statements are nothing but a coup against the parliament and a deathblow to the country’s political process, and prove a reality that we have repeatedly stated: Iraq’s main problem is Maliki himself and his monopoly of power and despotism. By trampling upon all democratic rules and eliminating his opponents one after another, he has dragged the political process into destruction, started a sectarian war and suppressed the Shiites ruthlessly. There seems to be no formal judicial process for many captured prisoners that are being herded to the gallows.
I organised a major conference in the European Parliament last month on human rights in Iraq involving some of the most prominent political and religious leaders. Then on 27 February we adopted a strong resolution in the parliament on Iraq which clearly stated that “Nuri al-Maliki has not addressed the concerns of the Sunni minority;….the demolition of the year-long Sunni protest camp in Ramadi by the government on 30 December 2013 precipitated the violent confrontation in Anbar province,…..” and Parliament ” Is deeply concerned about the high rate of executions in Iraq; calls on the Iraqi authorities to introduce a moratorium on the implementation of all death sentences; believes that a reform of the justice system is of primary importance in order to re-establish a sense of security among the citizens of Iraq”.
Since Maliki—with the Iranian regime’s guidance and support and through dictatorship and violence—has brought Iraq to the brink of civil war, we call on the United Nations, the U.S. government, and the European Union to take immediate action in this regard and emphasize the following:
First: All military assistance to Maliki and his government must be stopped. These weapons are only used for killing the Iraqi people and advancing the Iranian regime’s power in the region, and for further spreading the sectarian war in the entire Middle East.
Second: The economic assistance to Iraq by the U.S. and the EU is, on one hand, disappeared into Maliki government’s corruption quagmire, and, on the other hand, used for the suppression and killing of the Iraqi people; this assistance must be reduced through a specific timetable, or completely halted.
Third: An election which is held by Maliki’s government will never be a free and fair election, especially since the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Defence, and Ministry of Security, as well as all other security agencies are under control of Maliki himself and he would use them to advance his personal agenda. A fair election is only possible by a provisional administrative government under the auspices of the United Nations.
Struan Stevenson MEP
President, European Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with Iraq