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    " The Dinar Daily " ....... Tuesday, 7 May 2013

    Barzani, President of the Republic next

    The future of Iraq / special information indicates that leaks between now and then that the negotiations that took place between the national and Kurdistan coalitions recently in Baghdad resulted in undisclosed agreements between the parties, including granting the office of President of Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani. It was much debate on this position after the current absence of President Jalal Talabani for months because of a stroke he suffered in evacuated to a German hospital for treatment. And informed political sources revealed the approval of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to give the post of President of the Republic of regional president Massoud Barzani, instead of the current president, Jalal Talabani. The sources for the future of Iraq »that« Barzani became closest to the office of President of the Republic instead of Talabani after the approval of al-Maliki. The sources pointed out that «the return of ministers and deputies Kurds to Baghdad came against the backdrop of this agreement, which was born to have a great satisfaction and make them give guarantees for the owners to cooperate with him and pass important laws in the House of Representatives. In conjunction with this, confirmed for the National Alliance MP Samira al-Moussawi that the Kurdistan Alliance will nominate a personal rather than Talabani for the position of the latter, stressing that the country needs to occupancy of the position. Moussawi noted that the nomination of a personal rather than the president goes back to the Kurdish leadership because the position of the Kurds share. She added that the need for the position of President of the Republic present and waiting to fill, noting that the Kurds are familiar put Talabani and whether it can exercise its role or he needs a long time for treatment.

    http://www.alrafedain.net/index.php?...ticle&id=99526

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    Parliament announces majority of blocs’ participation in Tuesday's session



    Shafaq News / The Decision maker of the Iraqi Parliament announced on Monday, that most of the political blocs will participate in the meeting scheduled to be held on Tuesday , while noting that it includes voting on a draft law to amend the Social Welfare Act and the second reading of the labor law draft.

    “The presence of most of the political blocs is certain, especially the blocs that boycotted the meetings of the parliament in the previous period, especially Kurdistan Alliance, which informed us officially of attending tomorrow's meeting,” adding “Al- Iraqiya and most of the national Alliance blocs will attend tomorrow's meeting also,” Mohammed al-Khalidi said in a press conference held in the parliament, attended by “Shafaq News”.

    It is noteworthy that both Kurdistan Alliance and al-Iraqiya blocs which boycotted the meetings of the Iraqi parliament earlier have declared ending their boycott and willingness to attend the parliament’s next meetings.

    http://www.shafaaq.com/en/politics/6...-session-.html

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    Delete the three zeros project success depends on the stability of the dinar exchange

    Delete the three zeros project success depends on the stability of the dinar exchange rate


    Baghdad-my day - The economic information center said Muhammad Ali Dergham, the successful implementation of the project to delete three zeros from the local currency depends on the stability of the dinar against the dollar and educating citizens and giving them long enough to replace the currency. He said: the economic reality of the last year before it was ready to receive the decision to delete zeros through market can absorb impacts due to high stability which was dominated by the dinar against the dollar. He continued: while the market became more sensitive and more has changed than it is to wonder about the reasons for the postponement but subtract this resolution, but that its implementation is still possible in the event of a positive education and give sufficient time for replacement and substitution of two years as scheduled is zero, currency, currency trading zeros deleted. He added that the Central Bank is required to confirm a value between the two currencies and the gradual replacement of the new currency in transactions and wadargha replace with strict controls and high control to prevent money laundering, and strictly control the damage to the old currency operations which allow the smoothly switching and security. and stressed that the Central Bank focuses on tools for restore rates of exchange of the dinar to target levels, for the successful implementation of the project.

    http://www.microsofttranslator.com/b...%26id22%3d6214

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    Adoption of a compliance mechanism for a vote in the House of Representatives

    Baghdad / Baghdadi news / .. Said the spokesman of the Kurdistan Alliance MP pro-Tayeb, on Monday, the agreement of the political blocs to adopt vote in accordance to the laws listed in the House of Representatives, unlike the previous mechanism, which was based consensus.

    Al-Tayyib told / Baghdadi News /, that "the law of oil and gas of the most important laws needed by the economic side, and that future meetings of the Council of Representatives, will see the first reading and the second and the drafting of the law by specialized committees in preparation for a vote in parliament." Taib ruled out postponing the law for the next parliamentary session. "He added that "during the meeting held between the delegation of Kurdish forces and the National Alliance was agreed to approve oil and gas law during the current parliamentary session."

    Observers believe that the House of Representatives is trying through the adoption of a compliance mechanism, to avoid delays in the approval of many of the laws pending. Added to avoid any potential withdrawals to parliamentary blocs may affect the quorum in the House of Representatives during the coming sessions and therefore the inability to pass Laws. As happened during the adoption of the budget session ended / 21

    http://www.albaghdadianews.com/polit...YO-AklNAB.html

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    Maliki and Kerry discuss scored from a solution to the disputes between the federal government and the Kurdistan region

    Khandan - Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry Iraq's internal situation and scored on the other hand, to resolve differences between the federal government and the Kurdistan region.

    A statement issued by the Office of Maliki faces on Sunday happened, "Khandan", a copy of it, said the prime minister, "received yesterday evening a phone call from U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, during which discuss the development of bilateral relations in all areas, consultation and exchange of views on the latest developments in Syrian crisis and ways to solve them, and discuss some of the proposals for how to deal with the successive developments of the Syrian crisis. "

    The statement noted that U.S. Secretary of State said, "that he intends to visit close to Moscow focused on the situation in Syria."

    The statement said that, "U.S. Secretary of State congratulated the Prime Minister successfully elections and the victory of the coalition provincial elections."

    The statement added, "it was discussed during the call to the various internal situation and scored on the other hand, to resolve differences between the federal government and the Kurdistan region."

    http://xendan.org/arabic/drejaA.aspx...ra=12058&Jor=2

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    Iraqi demonstrators are preparing to form a government delegation to negotiate
    07-05-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    BAGHDAD - Hussein Ali Dawood
    Tuesday, May 7, 2013
    Discusses the leaders of the demonstrations in Iraq form a delegation to conduct negotiations with the government, on the recommendation of Sheikh Abdul Malik al-Saadi, who they see as their return spiritual, and stressed the Anbar province yesterday, the arrival of delegations from the rest of the provinces where sit-ins to participate in the debate. The deputy chairman of the provincial council Saadoun al-Shaalan in connection with the Al-Hayat reported yesterday that «representatives provinces Almentvdh and arrived in Anbar yesterday to discuss the formation of a new negotiating delegation of the government», and pointed out that «the Provincial Council supports this approach to resolve the crisis. The delegations included coordinating demonstrations leaders, clerics and tribal leaders to identify members of the delegation and the conditions to be met in the negotiators, and stressed «the necessity of ending the armed manifestations and the commitment of troops restraint.
    Moreover, said a member of the Coordinating Committee in Ramadi, Abdul Hamid al-Ani's »life» that «the demonstrators listened to a statement cleric Sheikh Abdul Malik al-Saadi, who called two days ago to form a delegation to negotiate with the government on the condition that the demonstrators exclusively and that does not include politicians.
    He added that «the son of Sheikh Saadi expressed his willingness to cooperate with this committee, which will not be headed one person», and pointed out that «representatives of the provinces where demonstrations are: Mosul, Salahuddin and Diyala, Kirkuk, arrived in Anbar to participate in the ongoing dialogues».
    He explained that «the delegation will include legal experts and activists in human rights and civil action to limit the demands of the demonstrators and put it on the government despite the lack of optimism much can the success of these new negotiations, after the failure of previous attempts», confirmed that the option «renegotiate still unofficially has not been decided upon final.
    On the other hand, announced a coalition of Al-Iraqiya led by Iyad Allawi's intention to submit a request to parliament to question Defense Minister Saadoun al-Dulaimi told «his involvement in the killing of dozens of people inside the sit-yard in Madna Hawija».
    A statement by the coalition yesterday that «with reaffirm the continued peaceful demonstrations and legitimate demands and adherence to the unity of Iraq, condemn at the same time irresponsible remarks launched by the Minister of Defense Acting Mr. Saadoun al-Dulaimi, who was mired in a deep sleep while forces committed Swat ugliest crime in the slaughter of citizens in the massacre of Hawija ».
    The statement stressed that «the Iraqi bloc will present a request to the President of the Parliament to question the Minister of Defense.


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    Erbil-Baghdad Meeting Eases Months of Explosive Tensions
    by HEVIDAR AHMED

    ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - A face-to-face meeting between the Kurdish and Iraqi prime ministers last week appears to have eased some of the tensions between Baghdad and Erbil.

    Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani met with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the two, despite serious disputes and months of sharp verbal exchanges, managed to sign a seven-point agreement dealing with their most pressing differences.

    The Iraqi premier agreed to: Compensate victims of Saddam Hussein’s Anfal campaign in Kurdistan; form a joint security committee for disputed territories that are claimed by both sides; re-draw provincial boundaries tampered with by the former regime; fairly reassess Iraq’s 2013 budget; form a committee to oversee the revenue sharing legislation.

    Farhad Atroushi, a Kurdish member of the Iraqi parliament said that PM Barzani had met with all political groups prior to his meeting with Maliki.

    “PM Barzani also visited Iran and met with Falih Fayaz and Tariq Najim, two of Maliki’s representatives,” Atroushi said.

    But an official from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), the joint partner in the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) with Barzani’s own Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), said his party had been kept in the dark about the meeting.

    The latest deal is similar to another, 19-point agreement, Maliki signed with the Kurds in 2010, in order to gain the Kurdish vote that allowed him to remain in power.

    “The PUK knows nothing of the details of the meeting and Barzani hasn’t told us anything about it,” the official told Rudaw on condition of anonymity.

    Atroushi said Maliki had shown some hesitation before signing the agreement, which has deflated months of tensions between Baghdad and Erbil that some had feared could explode into a Kurdish-Arab conflict.

    “After discussing all the points, Maliki didn’t want to sign the deal,” Atroushi said. “Only after Barzani said that he didn’t mind referring it to the Kurdistan Region president for endorsement, did Maliki agree to attach his signature,” he added.

    The latest deal is similar to another, 19-point agreement, Maliki signed with the Kurds in 2010, in order to gain the Kurdish vote that allowed him to remain in power. At the time, Maliki’s Shiite coalition had lost to the Sunni-dominated Iraqiya bloc, but a deal with the Kurds reinstated him as prime minister for a second term.

    Kirkuk Governor Najmaldin Karim, who attended the talks in Baghdad, said that the delegates still remain unsure of Maliki’s commitment to the deal.

    “We will wait and see Maliki’s actions,” he said. “We will walk along if we know he is serious, otherwise we cannot continue with him.”

    Karim said that a deadline should be set for the implementation the agreement, noting that its most important clause is about this year’s disputed budget, which was bulldozed through the Iraqi parliament despite KRG objections to its annual share from the central government.

    Maliki is only buying himself time and he will not honor any agreement,

    The latest agreement buys Maliki some breathing room, taking off some of the pressure in his rows with the Kurds, at a time when he is facing anti-government protests and serious opposition in the country’s Sunni provinces.

    “Maliki is only buying himself time and he will not honor any agreement,” opined Adil Abdullah, a Kurdish MP in Baghdad. He said that, since Maliki has only months left before his current term as prime minister expires, it would have been wiser for the Kurdish delegation to have pushed for implementation of the 2010 agreement, instead of signing yet a new deal.

    For their part, Kurdistan’s opposition groups showed disinterest in what transpired between Maliki and Barzani.

    “The visit of the Kurdish delegation to Baghdad was only about the oil companies and nothing else,” said Muhammad Tofiq Rahim, public relations officer of the Change Movement (Gorran).

    Atroushi dismissed the opposition’s efforts to belittle the importance of the meeting, and called it another political victory for the Kurds.

    “No one believed that Barzani would achieve what he did by going to Baghdad,” he said.


    http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/07052013

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    State of law MPs would not attend today's meeting
    07/05/2013 09:18:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / MPs of state of law would not attend the session of the House of Representatives today, because the reason behind their boycott is still present." MP, of the state of law coalition, Ali al-Allaq announced.

    He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "The MPs of the state of law will hold intensive talks with other political blocs before the session, to obligate the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to include the bill of criminalizing the Baath Party in the agenda."



    He added: "If assurances were given to us by the political blocs and the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to include the bill of criminalizing the Baath Party in a specific session, the state of law can end the boycott."

    The state of law MPs declared their boycott to the House of Representatives sessions since April 23, because of non-inclusion the law of criminalizing the Baath in the agenda.

    The rapporteur of the House of Representatives, Muhammad Al-Khalidi expected yesterday that most of the political blocs would attend Today's session.

    He said in a news conference that "Certainly, most of the political blocs, especially the blocs boycotted the meetings of the Council during the previous period, will attend today's session including the Kurdistan Alliance, which informed us officially attending the meeting," adding that the Iraqiya also will attend as well as most of the blocs of the National Alliance.

    http://www.ninanews.com/english/News...ar95_VQ=GHJMHI


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    Breaking News—Nujaifi holds a meeting with blocs' heads
    07/05/2013 11:25:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / House Speaker, Osama al-Nujaifi held a meeting with the heads of political blocs to discuss the agenda of today's meeting of the Council.

    The rapporteur of the Council, Muhammad Al-Khalidi said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "al-Nujaifi is currently holding a meeting with the heads of political blocs on the agenda of today's meeting because there are differences on it."

    He explained: "The meeting will determine whether to include the bill of criminalizing the Baath Party in today's session or not."

    It is mentioned that MP, of the state of law coalition, Ali al-Allaq announced that MPs of state of law would not attend the session of the House of Representatives today, because the reason of their boycott is still present.

    He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "The MPs of the state of law will hold intensive talks with other political blocs before the session, to obligate the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to include the bill of criminalizing the Baath Party in the agenda."

    He added: "If assurances were given to us by the political blocs and the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to include the bill of criminalizing the Baath Party in a specific session, the state of law can end the boycott."

    The state of law MPs declared their boycott to the House of Representatives sessions since April 23, because of non-inclusion the law of criminalizing the Baath in the agenda.

    The rapporteur of the House of Representatives, Muhammad Al-Khalidi expected yesterday that most of the political blocs would attend Today's session.

    He said in a news conference that "Certainly, most of the political blocs, especially the blocs boycotted the meetings of the Council during the previous period, will attend today's session including the Kurdistan Alliance, which informed us officially attending the meeting," adding that the Iraqiya also will attend as well as most of the blocs of the National Alliance.

    http://www.ninanews.com/english/News...ar95_VQ=GHJMLG

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    Iraqiya spokeswoman: al-Maliki pushes Iraqis to separate and division
    07/05/2013 08:56:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the Iraqiya coalition, Maysoon al-Damaloji said that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki pushes the Iraqis to separate and establish regions.

    Al-Damaloji, the spokeswoman of the Iraqiya told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "Maliki is pushing Iraq to the division clearly and he is implementing Biden's scheme.

    She pointed out that "al-Maliki lacks the ABC policy, if he tried to read the history of Iraq in the era of Nuri Said and Abd al-Karim Qasim and other political figures who tried to keep Iraq united not like what Maliki does now".

    She added that the establishment of the regions is useless because it aims to tear the unity of Iraq and the head of the government should reconsider the implementation of the demands of the demonstrators in the Iraqi governorates.

    http://www.ninanews.com/english/News...ar95_VQ=GHJMHH

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    Breaking News … Parliament session starts
    Tuesday, 07 May 2013 13:40 | | |

    Baghdad (AIN) -The parliament started its regular session of Tuesday by conducting the first and second readings for several law drafts and voting on others.

    A parliamentary source stated to All Iraq News Agency (AIN) “The parliament session of Tuesday started where the parliament Speaker, Osama al-Nijaifi, headed it and 175 MPs attended it.”

    “The parliament session includes approving the membership of Thamir Ibrahim Thahir, and voting on the some law drafts and reading others such as the Amendment of the Justice and Accountability law,” the source concluded.


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

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