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    " The Dinar Daily " ............ Tuesday, 26 February 2013


    Saadi: Harb involved in crimes against humanity

    Monday, 25 February 2013 23:19 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) –The Independent MP, Sabah al-Saadi, announced that there are two documents that approve the involvement of the Legal Expert, Tariq Harb, in crimes against humanity, calling to prevent him from leaving Iraq.

    In a press conference held at the parliament building on Monday, Saadi said "A formal letter was sent to the head of the Supreme Judicial Council to prevent Harb from leaving Iraq and suspending all his passports due to accusing him of being involved in crimes against humanity such as cutting the ears of the Iraqi soldiers who escaped from the army in 1984."

    "There are two documents approve Harb's involvement. The first one is related to executing 1037 Iraqi soldiers in 1984," he added, noting that "The second one is related in Harb's involvement in a committee that was formed in 1987 which decided to allow the departments of the former Ba'ath Party to execute the escaping soldiers.'

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    KA MP rules out amending laws called for by demonstrators
    Tuesday, 26 February 2013 08:25 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Latif Mustafa, of the Kurdistani Alliance ruled out amending the laws called for by the demonstrators.

    Speaking to All Iraq News Agency (AIN), he said " It is very hard to amend some laws called by the demonstrators due to the lack of the political deals over amending them," noting that "There are different views over this issue where the blocs supporting the demonstrations agree upon amending them and the others opposing the demonstrations reject to amend them."


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    Oil Minister: Turkey informed Iraq its refusal of laying oil, pipeline without consent of central government
    25/02/2013 20:58:00

    Baghdad (NINA) – Minister of Oil, Abdul Kareem Luaibi, said that Turkey refuses to allow laying oil and gas pipeline from Kurdistan Region without the Central Government's consent.

    In a statement to the press on Monday, Feb. 25, Luaibi said that Turkey has officially informed Iraq that it refuses to lay oil and gas pipelines from Kurdistan Region without the consent of the Government of Baghdad.

    Earlier, the government of Kurdistan Region asserted its intension to execute laying an oil pipeline through Turkey.

    On Feb. 2, spokesman for the Region's government, Seveen Deza'e, told NINA that negotiations with Turkish side are being underway and have reached an advanced stage.

    He added, "The Federal Constitution allows the Region construct and execute oil infra structure and it does not require a permission of Federal Government, since oil revenue will go to Iraq's Budget.


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    Hakeem, Nijaif stress necessity for promoting national unity
    25/02/2013 21:51:00

    Baghdad (NINA) – Leader of the Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council (SIIC), Ammar al-Hakeem, stressed the importance of national unity.

    In his meeting with Speaker of Parliament, Usama al-Nijaifi, on Monday, Feb. 25, Hakeem stressed the necessity the importance of showing full support to the political process, considering the Constitution as a base that must not be amended except through the mechanism it stipulated.

    Hakeem stressed the importance to prepare for the upcoming election in an objective atmosphere to enable it expresses the voters' genuine opinion, pointing out the necessity to enact and amend laws that help fulfilling the protestors demands, whether from the southern or western provinces, pointing out that all legitimate demands are welcomed.

    For his part, Nijaifi praised Hakeem's role, as well as the role of all other patriotic forces toward solving political crisis, expressing his support to Hakeem's calls for joint work.

    Nijaifi stressed support to the Constitution and the political process, rejecting the calls for toppling it, considering it a mean to solve problems. He stressed the necessity to send messages to the public affirming that the Iraqis are one nation capable of solving its own problems.


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    Sadr calls on demonstrators to preserve Iraq's unity, renounce sectarian slogans
    25/02/2013 21:21:00

    Baghdad (NINA) – Leader of the Sadrist Trend, Muqtada al-Sadr, called on demonstrators in some of Iraq's provinces to obey their wise leaders and preserve the unity of Iraq and not to demand dividing it, as well as to renounce sectarian slogans.

    In a statement issued by his office on Monday, Feb. 25, Sadr called on demonstrators to keep peacefulness of their demonstrations and to respond to attacks by security agencies, if occur, with flowers, advising them to be patient and be God devotee.

    Sadr pointed out that in its efforts to fulfill the demonstrators' demands, the government released some detainees, as well as has given some tangible benefits to those who are being excluded from Justice and Accountability measures.

    Sadr affirmed that the use of force by the government and security agencies is rejected, advising the government to deal in a paternal way with peaceful demonstrators to prevent drawing Iraq into violence sectarian and civil war.


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    Nusayif calls demonstrators to specify side negotiating with ministerial committee
    Tuesday, 26 February 2013 08:48 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Aliya Nusayif, of the Hurra Iraqiya bloc called the demonstrators to specify the side that is to negotiate with the ministerial committee tasked to discuss their demands.

    In a press statement received by AIN, she said "We hope the demonstrators to specify the side that will represent them in negotiating with the ministerial committee to discuss their demands in order to set the mechanisms of the demands that are not responding to according to the law and the constitution."

    "This procedure will be successful in settling all the demands if the demonstrators want Iraqi solutions," she concluded.


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    12:54 AM [chattels] interesting developments i think in the rhetoric from the kurds, sadr and najafi regarding the demonstrators

    12:55 AM [chattels] one might argue that the civil unrest has served it's purposes with maliki

    12:55 AM [chattels] and now there is an effort to curb the demand / expectations of the demonstrators
    12:56 AM [chattels] they are going to have to be " let down " easy

    12:56 AM [chattels] the demonstrators are not going to get all that they want(ed)
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    chattels : perhaps most importantly the rhetoric means that maliki has been harnessed and we are close to a political environment of relative stability that will allow for our liquidity event ........................... come rv !

    ♥ RED LILY ♥: COME RV!!!!!

    chattels : remember what kaperoni said today............. "he (Kap) has also stated that while we (Iraq) needs more stability...
    we do not need absolute stability...

    the next phase of the plan is to BRING stabiity..

    and that it was never intended that Iraq be absolutely stable before this phase begins.

    ♥ RED LILY ♥: AMEN!! We have been preaching "relative stability" for months now.. LET'S SEE IT BABY!!!!

    chattels : a substantial increase in the value of the dinar internationally recognized and traded would help stability, just need to keep maliki's hands out of the " till", as BGG has been telling us that najafi is orchestrating with the budget delays ...................... thanks BGG !
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    Hakim, Nijaifi stress necessity of respecting constitution, political process
    Tuesday, 26 February 2013 09:20 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) –The head of the Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council, Ammar al-Hakim, and the parliament Speaker, Osama al-Nijaifi, stressed the necessity of respecting the constitution and adhering to the political process.

    A statement by the SIIC received by AIN cited "Hakim, while receiving Nijaifi at his office in Baghdad, stressed the necessity of supporting the political process by all sides," noting that "the constitution is the basis of the new Iraq and cannot be amended only through the constitutional mechanisms set by the constitution itself."

    "He also stressed the necessity of preparing for the next elections in a good atmosphere to show the real will of the Iraqi voters," the statement added, pointing out "Hakim assured that the laws that help in supporting the demonstrators must be amended, stressing that the legitimate demands are welcomed."

    "For his part, Nijaifi appreciated Hakim's role in settling the crises, expressing his support to Hakim's calls for working together to achieve the interests of the Iraqi people," the statement added.

    "Nijaifi rejected the calls for toppling the political process, considering it as the best way to settle the crisis," the statement concluded.


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    *** clearly the politicians are relying upon the clerics to assist with controlling the demonstrators. The politicians need the clerics to sell the limited governmental changes to the masses and bring an end to the demonstrations. Hopefully all of this is coincident / concurrent with the success of the budget vote, barzani's initiative and the completion of the iraqi banking sector reform project ...................... Our rv .................... Come rv ! ***
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