Moswi: State of Law intends to nominate Maliki for third term 11/05/2013 19:27:00
Baghdad (NINA) – Lawmaker from the State of Law Alliance, Salmand al-Mosawi, said that the State of Law Alliance intends to nominate Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for a third term.
In a statement on Saturday, May 11, to NINA, Mosawi said, ♦♦"Up till today, there is no reason prevents us from nominating Maliki for a third term." He described demands to replace him as being out of the Constitutional norms, and being mere media bubbles.
☻ SAY WHAT? WHERE ARE THESE PEOPLE'S HEADS? "NO REASON" NOT TO VOTE FOR MALIKI? ~~RED
Mosawi added, "The National Alliance's choices are still open, our basic standards are the country's interests, not possessing power."
OK.. OUT THE OTHER SIDE OF THEIR MOUTH THEY SAY THAT.. GEESH ~~RED LILY
He pointed out that some political forces have lost their public because of the contradicting policies they have adopted, as well as following foreign agendas.
It is noteworthy that protestors in the six uprising provinces demanded the National Alliance to remove and replace Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
♦♦ Earlier, Parliament has voted to limit terms of the President, Speaker of Parliament and Prime Minister to only two terms.
Iraq economic committee criticized the delay in the Investment Law; Calls for speeding up this legislation
Posted: May 11, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Business, Council of Representatives of Iraq, European Commission, investing, Investment, Iraq, iraqi, Law
Economic parliamentary calls to speed up amending the investment law and prepared a reason for “increased unemployment and poverty”
SATURDAY, MAY 11 / MAY 2013 13:46
Commission criticized the parliamentary economy and investment, Saturday, delayed modify the Iraqi investment law, and promised to “hang” for investment operations and “reason” to increase rates “of unemployment and poverty” in the country.
Said committee member Nahida Daini, in an interview for “Twilight News”, that “the investment law did not contribute to the expansion of investment opportunities, and it was طاردا to investors, because of overlapping powers and the difficulty of obtaining the land and give it to investors, in addition to the instability of the security fully.”
Daini added that “the survival of the current investment law without amendments means there is no investment in the country,” calling to “speed up amending the law that fits the global investment firms in light of the country’s urgent need for various investment projects in all the provinces.”
Local officials justify in several provinces of the lack of investment opportunities in the intersection of the powers of the provinces with the security ministries and security instability in some provinces, in addition to lack of investment culture among some provincial officials and departments concerned.
The lot of investment companies reneged on their projects and withdrew, due to the inadequacy of the Iraqi investment law to the mechanics of global investment and not modified by the Iraqi parliament, the reason for the delay and delay granting licenses and investment opportunities.
Iraq has the potential to transition to a market economy, says Iraq Securities Chairman
Posted: May 11, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Business, Chairman, economy, Gross domestic product, Iraq, Joint stock company, Market economy, Private sector, Securities Commission
11/05/2013 12:00 AM
The Chairman of the Securities Commission to the importance of turning the family business into joint-stock companies and the creation of an entity larger able to compete and diversify the productive base and make alliances strategy and achieve competitive advantage of economy of scale and thus reduce costs.
said Abdul Razak Dawood al-Saadi’s “morning” there is potential available to this sector on her head, the trend towards a market economy, pointing to the existence of incentives for investors, including tax breaks and legislation that will stimulate the private sector, not to mention the expertise and competencies that can promote this sector to extend the market with large quantities of Products and absorb a great deal of national savings and the elimination of unemployment and its contribution to next of foreign trade, adding that the private sector has a key role in the development process and in the development of the economies of the countries, pointing to the need to convert to the contribution of family businesses to increase their effectiveness in support of economic activity in the country .
and stressed the need to develop the skills of leaders, family and attract professional competencies with the importance of developing a regulatory system internal depends on the separation of responsibilities and clarity of plans and attention to transparency and create legal frameworks of each in order to enhance the ability to face the difficulties and crises of economic
continued Saadi said the positives transfer of family businesses to contribute to appear through the sustainable development of the country and expand the economic base and depolarized human competencies and creating new job opportunities, in addition to its importance in the development process through the mobilization of private sector resources by small investors and savers, also praised the contribution to the activation the stock market through a process of indirect investment and that counted most important tools of the market economy.
He noted the need to overcome the difficulties that stand as a stone block to convert a family of companies to contribute, pointing to attract foreign investment and afford administrative expertise and technical knowledge and sophisticated technology.
Iraqi economist says independent CBI is required and desirable; Need to mesh with role of GOI
Posted: May 11, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Central bank, Central Bank Iraq, Currency, Economy of Iraq, Finance, Iraq, iraqi, Iraqi dinar
The independence of the Central Bank
11/05/2013 12:00 AM
Economist reported that the independence of the Central Bank is required and desirable, provided that meshes with the role of government supervision.
Raed Fahmi said “morning” banking business requires the need for compatibility and harmony between the two policies Finance and monetary and integration of work and doing political tools for each of them in order to achieve economic growth and to rebuild and modernize and develop the physical infrastructure and institutional and diversify the productive base of the Iraqi economy, as well as social objectives and distribution and dispose of equitable resources,
and called for a controversy over the issues on the Central Bank in its proper context, away from the dispute for access to sound economic vision and performance evaluation and upgrading of the institutional building and effectively his tools of economic and financial and cash.
Maliki jurists Iraqis are demanding accountability of corrupt officials and "stay away" from the threat of files
11-05-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)
Range Press / Baghdad
Called the Union of Jurists Iraqis on Saturday, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to account ministers and directors of corrupt received the "protection of their parties," and criticized the hint government files corruption, fearing that turn into "government files", and as he emphasized that Iraq has 1200 a judge, he referred to his need to 1,800 others.
The head of the Union of Jurists Iraqi Ali Al-Shammari, in a speech at the conference, which was held in the club legal and attended (Long Press), "The priority of national unity is to provide a living for the citizens, and the fight against corruption and the first of them ministers and managers who Astatheroa public money and received the protection of their parties," He stressed that "the government and its president that does not distract itself to holding files on officials for partisan political purposes at the expense of providing services to citizens."
Al-Shammari said that "the government must be monitored by the parliament, and that does not interfere with religious issues and judicial and parliamentary elections," noting that "this is not the work of the government but of the competence of the judiciary."
For his part, member of the Iraqi Bar Association Razak al-Obeidi that "Iraq needs to judge 3000, while the number of existing judges 1200 a judge," pointing out that "this reflected negatively on the speed of the resolution of lawsuits and is considered a formal reason to create crises."
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, waved in a television interview in (April 12, 2013), owning files proving the involvement of some officials in the issues of terrorism and corruption of Mali, where justified not attending to the host in the House of Representatives that "if I go to the Parliament for broke Stories and ended the political process because I had the You may expose many people. "
It is noteworthy that the Iraqi parliament approved in its previous general amnesty law at the end of the month of February of 2008 was the release of thousands of detainees involved issues of administrative corruption and fraud-related offenses and terrorism.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) confirmed on Tuesday (the seventh of May 2013), submitted nearly nine billion dollars in support of Iraq since 2003 last year, while showed that the support "will continue for a few more years" despite shrinking budgets, felt that "more corruption in Iraqi ministries is through procurement system used in it. "
The student leader Moqtada al-Sadr, on Thursday, (second from May 2013), Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to apply the law and the Constitution the right of proving him charges of "corruption and extortion", he promised not to apply the law to those spoilers "negligence" of the prime duties, while "cursed" Anyone who has the power and influence and "acquiescence corrupt or afraid of them."
The phenomenon of corruption the biggest challenge to the security side, facing the Iraqi governments since the end of the U.S. war on Iraq in 2003, The levels of corruption in Iraq, an end has led international organizations specialized to put it among the countries most corrupt in the world, solving Iraq in 2012, the last in ranked third in terms of the level of corruption in it.
It is noteworthy that the Integrity Commission, announced on the fourth of February 2013, on the transfer of about six thousand accused of corruption to the competent courts in the past year 2012, indicating that the amount of transactions that took place where corrupt practices exceeded the trillion dinars.
Talabani's party acknowledges the constitutional problem in the election of the President of the Kurdistan region
12-05-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)
Erbil: Shirzad Shikhani of the
In a sudden development announced the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, led by Iraqi President Jalal Talabani yesterday that «the issue of election of the President of the region linked to the problem of the constitution and agreed upon, calling to organize provincial elections in conjunction with the presidential and parliamentary elections to come.
This came in a meeting of the political bureau of the party headed by Rasool Ali in the city of Sulaimaniya to deliberate on a lot of issues and local party. The Politburo discussed a lot of issues on the political scene in the region in the forefront of the issue of re-nomination of Massoud Barzani, the Kurdish regional president for a third term, and the question put the constitution to a referendum, and the position of the formula Union carried out by the next parliamentary elections.
The Politburo said in a statement all of these issues by pointing out that in relation to the issue of the upcoming elections, the National Union favored the organization of provincial elections in conjunction with the parliamentary elections of Kurdistan, and the formula adopted is the list of semi-open, and also announced the National Union earlier it will run those single list elections.
On the issue of controversial on the presidential election and the possibility nominate the current president of the region, Massoud Barzani, for a third term, said a statement of the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union in relation to elections, President of the region and because of the problems of constitutional and legal faced, those elections associated with resolving these problems constitutional and create a national consensus on the constitution.
Such a new attitude from the National Union that undermines all the efforts made by the leadership of the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Barzani to put the draft constitution to a referendum, a demand already party leaders mentioned that confirmed him to resolve the problem of the third term to Barzani, since the adoption of the Constitution through referendum was would allow Barzani to run for president for a third term on the grounds that he spent only one cycle through direct popular vote, and the right to run for a second term with the same constitutional formula.
Erdogan: explosions may be linked to Syria or the Kurdish peace process
Istanbul - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the car bomb attacks that killed 20 people in a border town in southern Turkey on Saturday, may be related to the conflict in Syria or the peace process between Ankara and Kurdish rebels. Erdogan said in televised remarks Turkish ' We are going through critical times where we started a new era (witness) the process of solving the Kurdish issue. And those who can not accommodate this new era ...Could provide such acts. ' and added, 'Another sensitive issue is that the province of Hatay (which occurred when the explosions) is located on the border with Syria, these acts may be carried out to raise those sensitivities.'
IS accuses government of not implementing laws endorsed by parliament
Sunday, 12 May 2013 10:48 | | |
Baghdad (AIN) -The Iraqiya Slate accused the government of not implementing the law drafts endorsed by the parliament.
The spokesperson of the IS, Maysoun al-Damluji, stated to All Iraq News Agency (AIN) “The parliament is the most important institution in Iraq and its performance is affected by the political disputes and the biggest problem is that the constitution is being violated where the government transgresses the performance of the independent commissions.”
“One of the laws that is not implemented by the government is the Customs Tariff where all the countries implement this law except Iraq and it has dangerous consequences because Iraq became a trash pin for the commodities of the other countries,” she concluded.
☻SING IS SISTA!!! THIS IS A MUCH NEEDED LAW.. I BELIEVE THE PEOPLE ARE JUST NOT WELL EDUCATED ON "WHY" THIS IS SO IMPORTANT.. "WHY" CAN WE NOT GET SOMEONE OVER THERE TO "EXPLAIN" AND "EDUCATE" THESE PEOPLE ON "WHY" THIS IS SO VITAL?? WHERE'S THE UN??? THESE ARE THINGS I BELIEVE THEY COULD HELP WITH DEGGUMMIT~~ RED LILY
THANKS CHATTELS~ I LOVE SEEING PROGRESS MADE ON THE TARIFF LAWS.. ♥