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    " The Dinar Daily " ...... Saturday, 2 January 2013

    **** ARTICLE FROM YESTERDAY OVERLOOKED BY ME, BUT PERTINENT TO THE CALL LAST NIGHT I THINK ****


    Newly Appointed Governor of CBI has not yet determined
    Posted: February 1, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: Baghdad, Central bank, Central Bank Iraq, Chairman, Deputy Governor, Iraq, Iraqi dinar, United States Senate Committee on Finance

    Created Friday, 01 February / February 2013 06:54 | |

    She said the parliamentary Finance Committee that the issue of the appointment of the Governor of the Central Bank has not yet determined because of the political pressure. Committee member said Haitham al-Jubouri that “the situation is confused and demonstrations in a number of provinces affected the work of the House of Representatives and the government and that efforts Ttgha to discuss and meet the demands of the demonstrators.”

    He added that he “was put names to fill the position during the past few months, but the decision on the matter is turned off due to political pressure, and put the issue now is useless.”

    The Deputy Governor of the Central Bank and a group of employees accused get out on bail and some of them remained under investigation. And still photographs are important not arrested two Shabibi central bank governor and Fouzia Kadhim Chairperson of the Committee on Bank auction, which was at the head of corruption, according to investigations of the Commission and the Integrity Commission.

    http://bit.ly/YoWEEM

    http://thecurrencynewshound.com/2013...et-determined/



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    Parliamentary Finance: currency stability proof of the success of the CBI
    Posted: February 1, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: bank, Central bank, Central Bank Iraq, Currency, Fiscal policy, Iraq, Monetary policy, Private bank

    30/01/2013 08:52

    BAGHDAD / Bri Center for the Iraqi Media Network IMN – The parliamentary Finance, the central bank is going in the right direction as evidenced by the stability of the currency rate and lower sales of the bank.

    A member of the Finance Committee Haitham al-Jubouri’s (IMN) that “there is stability operations seen in the central bank and it is going in the right direction and the proof of that currency Asagrar and lower sales.”

    He added that “there are successes achieved continuous meetings of a crisis cell consisting of the Central Bank’s general managers, after it was interrupted between the Governor of the Bank and managers in the past.”

    Jibouri between “standards sale currency began to be applied to all private banks after what was formerly duplication favorite banks and second-class banks.”

    He pointed out that “monetary policy in general began to pursue a new form of partnership with the fiscal policy, there are also great cooperation between the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank.”

    The Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi accused the issue of financial corruption and smuggling money was not arrested for interrogation.

    The price of selling the currency to 127 thousand dinars for each U.S. $ 100.

    The currency auction sells more than 200 million dollars a day, mostly go remittances outside the country.

    http://bit.ly/WZ2I5Q

    http://thecurrencynewshound.com/2013...ss-of-the-cbi/

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    Deputy of the Committee on the economy: land titling of the most important challenges of investing in the country
    Posted: February 1, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: Baghdad, Business, Committee, investing, Investment, Investor, Member of Parliament, National Alliance

    On: Wednesday 01/30/2013 07:50 pm

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    BAGHDAD – newsletter.
    The member of the Committee on the economy and investment MP / National Alliance / Hussain Mura’bi “to the importance of solving the problem of land titling for investors through the amendment of legislation that hinder the process of investment in the country.

    Explained Mura’bi: that the investor when he presents to investment looking for a guarantee of his money, and the best ways to guarantee For him ownership of the land, which intends for them to implement his project as it is in most countries of the world. added: be directed Cabinet during the period prior to the cancellation decision (581) of the resolutions dissolved Revolutionary Command Council is a bold decision and Saeb because it will contribute significantly to ease obtaining land of State and titled to investors who wish to invest, what will drive the wheel of the investment process forward.
    The Council of Ministers announced the cancellation decision (581), one of the resolutions dissolved Revolutionary Command Council on land belonging to the state.

    http://bit.ly/XNI3zG


    Deputy of the Committee on the economy: land titling of the most important challenges of investing in the country
    Posted: February 1, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: Baghdad, Business, Committee, investing, Investment, Investor, Member of Parliament, National Alliance

    On: Wednesday 01/30/2013 07:50 pm

    .
    BAGHDAD – newsletter.
    The member of the Committee on the economy and investment MP / National Alliance / Hussain Mura’bi “to the importance of solving the problem of land titling for investors through the amendment of legislation that hinder the process of investment in the country.

    Explained Mura’bi: that the investor when he presents to investment looking for a guarantee of his money, and the best ways to guarantee For him ownership of the land, which intends for them to implement his project as it is in most countries of the world. added: be directed Cabinet during the period prior to the cancellation decision (581) of the resolutions dissolved Revolutionary Command Council is a bold decision and Saeb because it will contribute significantly to ease obtaining land of State and titled to investors who wish to invest, what will drive the wheel of the investment process forward.
    The Council of Ministers announced the cancellation decision (581), one of the resolutions dissolved Revolutionary Command Council on land belonging to the state.

    http://bit.ly/XNI3zG

    http://thecurrencynewshound.com/2013...n-the-country/

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    Finance Committee directed to enhance coordination between the government and global banks
    Posted: February 1, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: bank, Central bank, Finance Committee, Investment banking, Iraq, Ministry of Finance, Private bank, United States Senate Committee on Finance

    31/01/2013 08:56
    Said the parliamentary Finance Committee, Thursday, it has developed a plan with the Ministry of Finance to enhance the electronic communication between the government and global banks in the next stage.

    The committee member said Najiba Najib’s (imn) “The committee agreed with the Ministry of Finance to develop a plan to electronic Tazizaltoasl between banks, government offices and banks advanced international banking transactions.”

    It showed that “Iraq is looking forward to the use of modern equipment to insert the data bank during the next phase which enhances the ability of Iraq’s Investment.”

    And select the CBI 250 billion dinars minimum to establish private banks in the country are of the view and the view of economists that private banks do not have the tools necessary to promote monetary and economic reality in the country

    http://bit.ly/UK3Zz1

    http://thecurrencynewshound.com/2013...-global-banks/

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    Council of Ministers: Deadline May 22 for end of immunity on Iraqi funds
    Posted: February 1, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: Baghdad, Central bank, Fadel Muhammad, Iraq, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Politics of Iraq, United States

    30/01/2013 09:08
    BAGHDAD / Bri Center for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) – Council of Ministers stressed that the end of immunity to the funds in foreign banks will end on 22 May next.

    The legal advisor to the Prime Minister Fadel Muhammad’s (IMN) “There is a committee formed by the prime minister headed by Deputy Prime Minister Ruz Nuri Shawis and membership of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Justice and the Central Bank to follow up Iraqi funds in foreign banks abroad.”

    He explained that “immunity to Iraqi funds will expire in the middle of the month of May next by the United States of America.”

    He added that “the amounts found outside Iraq is $ 65 billion of the Central Bank and other private funds the Iraqi government will be retrieved after the lifting of immunity.”

    And hit Iraq debt 3500 commercial creditor value of $ 2.7 billion as a means of protecting his money of foreign manipulation businesses.

    http://bit.ly/XcNXdI

    http://thecurrencynewshound.com/2013...n-iraqi-funds/

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    MP: It is difficult to find a solution to the current crisis.
    02/02/2013 08:38:00


    BAGHDAD / NINA / secretary-general of the /correction / movement, MP Kamel al-Dulaimi said that "the moderation figures, in the political process in the country, were lost and it became difficult to find a solution to the current crisis.

    He added in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "All political blocs were held great hopes on President Jalal Talabani and his ability to bring the views close to each other, so his absence left a deep vacuum in the political process, pointing out that there is no political bloc to intermediate between the conflicting parties."

    Dulaimi said: "despite efforts to end the crisis, but some government measures contributed to make the political scene more complex, including the replacement of Iraqiya ministers."

    The ministers of Iraqiya have boycotted the meetings of the Council of Ministers for three successive meetings on 8, Jan, in which a ministerial committee was formed to receive legitimate requests from the demonstrators that are not conflict with the Constitution, while Iraqiya coalition decided to limit the presence of its MPs in the Parliament just in the session, which lead to the withdrawal of confidence for the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

    It is said that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki had agreed to release all women detainees in a special pardon.

    The provinces of Anbar, Nineveh and Salahuddin are witnessing demonstrations and sit-ins demanding the release of innocent detainees and prisoners and issue a general amnesty law and the cancellation of the Justice and Accountability Law and Article / 4 / terrorism and achieve balancing in the State institutions and other demands.

    http://www.ninanews.com/English/News...ar95_VQ=GFMEGF

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    Urgent….Maliki's official website hacked
    Saturday, 02 February 2013 09:18 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) -The official website of the Premier Nouri al-Maliki was hacked.

    The page of Maliki's website was topped by photos of old women and a sentence saying "The website was hacked for the second time."

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....tical&Itemid=2

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    Demonstrators in Kirkuk call KR to release all prisoners
    Friday, 01 February 2013 18:20 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) –A huge demonstration in Kirkuk province called the Kurdistan Regional Government to release all the prisoners in Kurdistan Region.

    The report of all Iraq News Agency (AIN) stated "The demonstration comprised the citizens of Kirkuk from different sects and religions and started after Friday Prayer where the demonstrators called the KRG to release all the prisoners in the prisons of KR."

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....news&Itemid=48

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    State of Law MP: National Alliance gathers votes to pass some important laws.
    02/02/2013 09:39:00


    BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the state of law coalition, Abdul Salam al-Maliki said that "The National Alliance will try, in the coming period, to gather the necessary votes to pass some important laws in the House of Representatives especially those related to political and governmental reforms."

    He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "The National Alliance, with all its components, has taken a decision to support the decisions of the Committee of Five, which was formed by the political blocs, concerning the legitimate demands of the demonstrators."


    He added "The National Alliance has form channels of dialogue with all political blocs, to form a unified position on important laws, and find a political consensus on them, noting that" these laws are the general amnesty law, the Federal Court, legally amend the accountability and justice and unti-terrorism law.

    He noted that "some of these laws need modifications and change in some of their legal formulas to be approved as soon as possible in the parliament."

    The head of the Iraqi National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari had discussed earlier, with members of the Committee of Five formed by the National Forum, in the presence of other political figures, ways to find quick solutions to the legitimate demands of the demonstrators.

    http://www.ninanews.com/English/News...ar95_VQ=GFMEHG

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    Legal expert suggests postponing implementation of Federal Court law
    Saturday, 02 February 2013 13:27 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) -The legal expert, Tariq Harb suggested postponing the execution of the Federal Court Law as it was ratified according to quotas system.

    Harb mentioned "The Parliament settled the endorsement of the Federal Court law, but it is better to postpone its implementation till the new term of the Parliament because the law was passed on quotas."

    "The quotas is clear in the ratification of the FC law when the Parliament identified the sides that will assume enacting their own laws such as the Human Rights Commission and the Accountability & Justice Bureau where the political blocs controlled the determination of their responsibilities," he added.

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....tical&Itemid=2

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