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    " The Dinar Daily ", Tuesday, 16 July 2013

    Parliament is in its last legislative term ...

    Political differences hinder the passing of important laws and committees try to determine the problems with articles

    Baghdad / justice - 07/16/2013 - 10:45 pm

    With the House of Representatives in its last legislative term there continues to be uncertainty between the political blocs on the passage of important laws which raises the possibility of transitioning these laws to the next parliamentary session.

    In this context, the the citizen bloc stated that there is a disruption by some of the blocks with respect to the legislating laws by task, although the council of deputies in the last legislative term, said the bloc MP of the Citizen Mohammad Parliamentary that we hope to pass important laws that have compromised the State structure along with the lives of our citizens.

    Allkash said the Parliament stalled at the beginning of the second session which hampered things a lot because of the interference of the Executive Branch in the affairs of the House of Representatives and now that we are in the last legislative session, only to have to address these same important laws such as the Federal Court, The Parties Act, HCL, the Federation Council and other laws needed by the state.

    All Iraqi’s have rights within Parliament but there are points that have disrupted the work of Parliament therefore no significant laws have passed. We in the Citizen bloc have repeatedly stressed that these laws are important and must be legislated and not be allowed to carry these issues over into the next Parliamentary session.

    Allkash ended saying regrettably some of the powers, blocs and lists have dodged the issues and have disrupted the work of Parliament in the legislation and the adoption of important laws, including the Federal Court which needs to be 217 members in the House of Representatives to pass this law; in light of the claims of the religious reference Iraqi’s need to see the government speed up recognition of services that meet public interest.

    On the other hand, the head of the National White Bloc - Beauty of Watermelon said the differences between the political blocs have prevented the passing of important laws that serve the Iraqi people. He continued that "the heads of political blocs met with Nujaifi after the last legislative holiday to discuss the laws at issue," adding this meeting yielded the establishment of the two first headed by Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi then the second headed by first Deputy Qusay al-Suhail, who had the mission of standing on different material to find solution.

    Watermelon, who himself formed committees in the House of Representatives to follow up on the disputed laws but things have still not worked out as we still see differences between the political blocs on a number of laws." He added, we hope to solve the political differences between the blocks as quickly as possible in order to pass laws that serve the welfare of the Iraqi citizen, primarily the foundation." And find consensus on the differences between the parliamentary blocs in parliament that prevented the adoption of several laws in one basket.

    This has had a negative impact on the performance of parliament, including the law {oil and gas and the Federal Court and public pension} and other laws. Kurdistan Alliance has stressed that "these differences have prevented us from taking the role in Parliament to enact laws that lay the foundation for building state institutions and the law serves the people."

    ♥ ONE DEFINITELY HAS TO WONDER, CALL ME PARANOID,
    , BUT HAVE "THEY TOO" HIDDEN SOMETHING IN THE BASKET THAT ALL CANNOT AGREE ON? IS IT O-MALIKICARE? FORGIVE ME, BUT I CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHY THESE LAWS ARE SUCH AN ISSUE OTHER THAN IT GIVES MORE POWER TO THE PEOPLE AND TAKES POWER AWAY FROM MALIKI.. ~RL~

    MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, Ashwaq Dry, said the House of Representatives contains a lot of good talent, indicating that the political differences between the leaders have led to the weakness of parliament we were not allowed to exercise its constitutional role in both the regulatory and legislative branches. She said the Council House of Representatives is not weak, and has a lot of talent, but have been weaked because of our differences, and in turn our failure to provide a supervisory and legislative role to abide by the text of the Constitution in a fair way for the Iraqi people, because of political differences.

    She confirmed we will never achieve our goal of real security nor anything else as long as politicians think this way, "pointing out things are very sensitive and that have direct impact on the lives of citizens such as security, ration card, Parliament has done nothing towards it only the formation of the committees have not been addressed properly. "With regard to the security situation Dry said "Committee of Parliamentary Security and Defense have continuously formed committees to study the security situation but these committees have not offered tangible solutions on the ground, it was assumed the security committee would come up with points and apply pressure for implementation, but it never happened."

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    A new report to the United Nations for Iraq - 4: human rights violations in prisons, media

    Tuesday, July 16, 2013 04:48

    [Baghdad - where]

    Secretary General of the UN Ki-moon, has detected, in his 3rd report in the section on human rights to the Security Council this year for Iraq, said the country task force on monitoring and reporting, which co-chaired by the UN mission and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), has received information that 177 complaints of the occurrence of child victims since the previous report issued last March, 2013.

    This is the third report of the Secretary-General this year under a Security Council resolution requires that the report every four months, which displays the most important political and security developments and regional and international events related to Iraq's last report to the UN last March 12.

    Ki-moon said that the UN mission continues to document serious violations and mostly as a result of armed violence and terrorist attacks. In June, there were 308 children, including 13 girls, were being held in detention facilities under Article 4 of the Anti-Terrorism Act.

    Ban Ki-moon also turned to looking at the media in Iraq during the past three months, he said, "there are still restrictions that prevent freedom of expression, on April 29 it was announced the CMC cut off licenses for 10 broadcasters, including Guenahaldzerh and Eastern and Eastern News, Babylonian, Salahuddin and Lights 2, and change, Fallujah and Western, Iraq has violated the guidelines for broadcast freedoms with allegations of non-compliance in the profession of broadcasting, which led to the escalation of sectarian tensions.

    The report pointed out that Sunni minorities in Iraq have been targeted with Violence, including murder, kidnapping for ransom.

    Ban Ki-moon said the Government of Iraq is still ignoring appeals or a moratorium on the Death Penalty, noting that according to General Assembly resolutions since the previous report, 60 others were executed after being convicted under Article 4 of the Anti-Terrorism Act

    The report spoke about the conditions of detainees and said that the Mission continued to receive reports by many of the detainees and prisoners and their family members with alleged abuses and ill-treatment and torture in some cases, by the authorities during their detention facilities in the ministry at the hands of Iraqi officers before being charged and transferred to facilities subject to the authority of the Ministry of Justice.

    In referring to irregularities in the provincial elections the Secretary-General praised their election and said that only 220 complaints concerning the voting process had been received by the Electoral Commission, which was far less than the complaints they received during the provincial elections in 2009 where complaints numbered 1400 complaints, and have received feedback from observer organizations that recognize the successful implementation of technical and logistical arrangements and professionalism of the staff of the UNHCR at polling and counting centers.

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    AND

    UN Report commends dialogue between Baghdad and Erbil

    Tuesday, 16 July 2013 10:20

    Baghdad (AIN) -The UN Secretary General, Baan Ki-moon welcomed in his third report on Iraq, the dialogue between the Iraqi leaders, also he welcomed the agreement the central government reached with Kurdistan Regional Government, calling to quickly implement it and stressed that the UN is ready to assist all sides in Iraq to achieve the national reconciliation.

    Ki,moon confirmed in the report that the violence returned to appear in Iraq in recent, hence I urge the political leaders to exert further efforts to get over the growing political crisis in compliance with the Constitution through earnest dialogue to cut way in face of those who try to exploit the unrest to launch their terrorist acts.

    The UNSG condemned the violence that occurred during Hawija events on 23rd of April and called on the security forces to practice utmost restraint as he called the demonstrators to keep the demonstrations peaceful while practicing their legal right of expression and demonstration.

    Concerning the demonstrators' demands, he called the government to consider these demands especially those pertaining to amending the Accountability & Justice law, Anti-Terrorism law, the General Amnesty.

    Ki-moon applauded the Independent High Electoral Commission to its success to organize the local elections and assured that this success indicates that Iraq has the ability to assume free democratic process.

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

    AND

    UN report on Iraq: conflict in Syria negatively affecting security in Iraq

    Tuesday, 16 July 2013 09:22

    Baghdad (AIN) -The UN Secretary General, Baan Ki-moon stressed in his third report on Iraq that the continuing violence in Syria is negatively affecting the security and humanitarian situation in Iraq.

    Ki-moon referred that what is so called the Islamic State of Iraq announced on 8th of past April its loyalty to the Qaeda and start to support the opposition in Syria, but he said it is still unclear whether the ISI really merged with Nusra Front to form the Qaeda in Iraq and Sham.

    According to the report, the number of Syrian refugees registered in Iraq hit 159,196 on 12th of past June, and 153101 of them are in Kurdistan Region, the observers expected that the number of the refugees may increase to 350000 in the end of 2013.

    The report mentioned that Domiz Camp in Kurdistan is crowded with the Syrian refugees where it shelters nearly 40000 refugees, despite its real capacity is 15000 refugees, however the report stressed that it is necessary to assign further lands to build additional camps in Kurdistan Region.

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    AND

    Ban in his report III:

    July 16, 2013 In political

    Baghdad/Iraq News Network-United Nations Secretary General Ban's latest report to the Security Council on Iraq that ﺯﻳ ﺎﺩﺓ ﺍﻟﺘ ﻮﺗﺮﺍﺕ ﺍﻟﻄﺎﺋﻔﻴ and تهدﻳ ﺪﺍ are in Iraq to stability ﻭﺍلاﻣ 12.30. This is the third report of the Secretary-General this year under a decision of the Security Council to report every four months, which shows the most important political and security developments and regional and international events relating to Iraq The last report to the Council on 12 March, ban said in a report of more than 25 pages last night:

    the two main dominated UN deliberations during the reporting period on internal political developments are ongoing political crisis exacerbated by large-scale demonstrations in Sunni-majority provinces and provincial Council elections, held on 20 April in 12 provinces on 20 June in the provinces only Nebbar typifies this new kind and Ninewa.

    the report noted that the demonstrations entered the seventh month without the looming possibility of an imminent solution and said that "certain political leaders and Sunni political parties staged demonstrations and politicized demands quite."

    according to the report, many of these demands is to amend the anti-terrorism Act and the release of detainees who are not charged or brought to court and the release of a Women prisoners or transferred to prisons in their districts and the accountability and justice law amendment and enactment of an Amnesty report said while the Government is working to respond to many of these demands, contribute to the growing divide among political alliances both those approved by the Government or the opposition in complexity and prolong crisis.

    the report reviewed the political movements and the formation of government committees, noting that the House remained paralyzed due to most of the province alsiasier blocks for meetings several times.

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    Hakim continue consultations with Iraqi leaders in search of a way out of the political crisis

    16-07-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Baghdad: Hamza Mustafa
    Continue Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Islamic Supreme Council of his meetings with a number of prominent leaders and leaders of political blocs in Iraq. At the time of al-Hakim did not meet with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the observers attributed not meeting them to 'estrangement' that took place between the two sides after the results that emerged from the provincial elections in April last year and the ensuing alliances excluded the State of Law coalition led by al-Maliki of Governments Baghdad and Diyala.

    According to a statement issued by the Islamic Supreme Council of the Wise met Osama Najafi, the Speaker of Parliament, on Thursday evening in the office of the latter.

    The statement said that «during the meeting, they discussed the situation on the Iraqi political arena, and ways to the advancement of the current reality and the emphasis on national unity and renounce violence. He added that «the two sides stressed the importance of communication and finding solutions and understandings in order to stabilize the situation in the country»,

    pointing out that the deteriorating security situation in all provinces gives clear signals on the existence of conspiracies malicious to disrupt the path of the democratic system and threaten the political process (...) also addressed talks regional situation and its repercussions on the Iraqi issue.

    Hakim had met before that both the Vice President Khudair Alkhozai, and President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari as well as other political figures to discuss various aspects of the political crisis experienced by the country, especially the rapid deterioration of security, which is now witnessing a lot of the Iraqi provinces and cities.

    In this context stressed the spokesman of the Islamic Supreme Council Hamid Maaleh Saadi told «Middle East» that al-Hakim seeks to continue its program initiated since he held a meeting of political leaders at his headquarters last month and a commitment to the Charter of the honor and the consequent reconciliation », pointing out that «the holy month of Ramadan and what it represents a spiritual values ​​can be more months of the year opportunity for the convergence of hearts and convergence of views, which made Mr. Hakim sets تواصليا program is based on the discussion of the political and security situation with various leaders and personalities.

    Saadi said that «the meetings held so far confirmed everyone's keenness on the need to overcome the crisis as well as the views are similar, if not less closely, especially at the level of importance of the adoption of laws and legislation stalled and activate security plans and address the deteriorating security situation».

    Saadi explained that «The objective of these meetings is also working on maturing the initiative of the Vice-President Khudair Khuzai on and document the honor, as it was Mr. Hakim has launched a code of honor and therefore it is essential that they can be the commitment to do so by everyone».

    While acknowledging al-Saadi he «can not bet on these meetings alone is not associated with بإرادات genuine by all parties to find solutions to the crisis», it also pointed out that «political calm is still going on, which means that the atmosphere suitable to overcome crises, but the continued deterioration of the security gives an indication that it is not necessarily linked to the political crisis, but there is an imbalance should be addressed in isolation from the system-wide security from all sides as well as the importance of expediting the appointment of ministers of security in order to take responsibility ».

    Saadi considered that «regional ocean space in Iraq and what is happening in the region now affects what happens, and is happening in Iraq, which is paid towards the importance of emphasis on control of the situation at home strongly to absorb aftershocks in the region and with minimal losses.

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    Kurdish leader: Barzani will not restore the Constitution to Parliament but before the extension of its mandate

    16-07-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Erbil: Shirzad Shikhani of the
    Approaching regional president Massoud Barzani to resolve the position of the current debate in the Kurdistan Region on the bill before it for authentication, which provides for the extension of the mandate for a further two years.

    According to Kurdish sources, the Barzani would agree to the extension bill to end the reality pressure on him, especially from his ally, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan who appealed to pass this law, and re-draft constitution to parliament to modify and change the region's political system from a presidential system to a parliamentary system.

    I tried the leaders of the National Union during the past two weeks to convince members and supporters of the party to re-draft constitution to parliament, according to the law to extend the mandate of President Barzani, in the best interest of the people of Kurdistan and will meet the requirement turnout, and even the opposition's demand calling for the re-constitution of the parliament to amend it, but a leading Kurdish confirmed that «Even if Barzani was forced to pass the extension law, it is very unlikely the draft constitution back to Parliament».

    Said Mohammed Haj Mahmoud, general secretary of the Social Democratic Party of Kurdistan, told «Middle East» that «no secret one is exposed Barzani of the great pressure on the part of his ally, the National Union for approval and the approval of the law to extend his term for another two years, a law which was initiated by National Union was passed parliamentary majority, and in order not to lose Barzani this strong ally to him and put an end to the controversial ongoing on this subject, it is expected to be approved by Barzani on that law, or refrain from signing the legal deadline to turn automatically to the law of validated, but On the subject of re-draft the constitution, I rule out completely caving Barzani and his party to this demand.

    He Haj Mahmoud: «President Barzani sent a letter to the Chairman of Parliament earlier asked him to consult on responses parties and Kurdish forces on the subject of the Constitution, and reached through political consensus on it, which is already no longer the Constitution to Parliament, I do not think it سيعيده, and therefore does not validity of the statements that come from here and there that Barzani approving the extension law also will agree to return the draft constitution to parliament to amend it before the referendum.

    ♥ AT LEAST BARZANI WANTS TO KNOW WHAT THE PEOPLE REALLY WANT.. OR SO IT SEEMS THAT WAY. ~RL~

    In the same context, renewed Kurdish opposition position on this issue and announced yesterday that «if passed Barzani that law, the opposition will resort to the Federal Court in Baghdad to make a complaint and demand repeal of that law, and in the case of the issuance of any decision of that court in favor of the extension, then resort opposition to other civil options to refuse to extend the mandate by organizing street demonstrations and move the Kurdish ».

    ♥ AHHH AND HERE WE GO. THIS IS WHY THE FEDERAL COURT ACT NEEDS TO BE PASSED.. THIS IS WHY THE FEDERAL COURT IS SO IMPORTANT INASMUCH AS NO MATTER WHAT PARLIAMENT DOES, THEY CAN VETO.. ~RL~

    Recall that according to the law passed by Parliament and the judge to extend the mandate of the President of the Region, there is a clear law text confirms that during the biennium Rapporteurs for the extension of the mandate must be re-draft constitution to parliament for approval and then put to a referendum. It is assumed that Barzani law signed by tomorrow, the expiry date of the 15-day deadline to sign a legal law or not.

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    Australian newspaper: Iraq boil because of grievances .. Maliki closer of the year came late
    16-07-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Translation term

    Australian writer felt that the situation in Iraq is on the verge of boiling because of the government's inability to address the economic and political grievances. Said Mac GG, in an article analytical newspaper Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, said that "press reports about violence and crises gripping the Middle East, and the news from Iraq that talk about a marked increase in sectarian killings, Thzian interest inside pages of newspapers the world."

    But Mac GG says that "this situation gives a misleading impression about the reality of worrying Fbthbat information supplied by these reports show that the Iraqi cauldron about to boil again."

    The Australian writer adds, saying that "attacks the interview, which is in the worst rates over the next five years, implemented by the year frustrated by the policies of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's authoritarian, urging the success achieved by Sunni insurgents in the face of entrants against the regime of Bashar al-Assad in neighboring Syria."

    He continues, "The Iraqi insurgents, Sunni and Shiite, crossing the border to participate in the fighting in Syria a year to the rebel side, and Shiites with the Assad regime."

    The author said that the organization Human Rights Watch has described the country as "on the brink of civil war," while said Michael Knights of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy that Iraq "standing on his temper these days."

    The opinion of the writer that "the high level of violence that occurred recently was in response to an attack by government forces last April on a camp protest of the Year in Hawija, northern Iraq, where the transfer of that more than 40 people were killed. As the terrorists alleged Sunni executed dozens; nine of ten satellite channels that broadcast licenses suspended described as pro-years. "

    The Australian newspaper draws that "hostile speeches that runs from the mosques on both sides. Has announced the Sunni tribes in western Anbar province for tribal formed an army to defend the demonstrators, and called on the leaders of their elements Shiite militias to crush the Sunni protests."

    He points out that "in the month of April alone, killed more than 700 people, attacks, bombings and shootings, occurred mostly in residential neighborhoods Shiite. Increased rate of violent incidents monthly more than doubled in two years, up from 358 incidents in the first quarter of the year 2010 to 840 incidents in the first months of this year, according to The Knights. "

    He says Makjg "on the basis of a survey conducted by the scene of the Iraqi National earlier this year, he wrote Knights, saying that the armed militia revitalize itself, bombings and explosions reprisals targeting mosques, Sunni and Shiite, and some Iraqi army disintegrate to the elements of ethnic sectarianism or she suffers from absent Chronic members. "

    According to the Knights, "many sectors of the Iraqi political entity Kurdish and Arab Sunni and Shiite angry about the government's inability to address the treatment of political or economic injustices, and now talking seriously about the division."

    The Australian writer says that "if al-Qaeda was heading foreign interests, there are reports of the emergence of the movement of a well-organized and well-funded in the country arose among the Sunnis, including former Baathists and members of Saddam's Republican Guard."
    He explains that "This movement, which calls itself the label men Naqshbandi Army and led the largest of Saddam's aides, Izzat al-Duri mouse, shopping itself on the basis that they garrison the year and Harsthm of Iranian influence."

    He said, "over a large part of the year, claimed the year, they are a minority estimated proportion with that over 30% of the total population of Iraq, ride the wave of style protests of the Arab Spring. They were the ones who run the country under Saddam, but they now complain of discrimination and marginalization under the rule of al-Maliki. "

    Analysts warn, as the writer says, "which seems to be the warmth in relations arose between Maliki and Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani, when embraced in front of the cameras, last June, may leave many issues may lead to a conflict without a solution."

    But al-Maliki, according to the Australian writer, shows the face Latif because of national elections scheduled for next year there may be a change in the Iraqi political circle in which the Kurds got to play the role of kingmaker.

    The author said that "al-Maliki will go to the polls with any assistance that can be mobilized after the local elections earlier this year and dropped the support of his party, which gave control of Baghdad and Basra, the two largest cities of Iraq, to ​​the parties compete."

    He concludes that "al-Maliki calls on the parties to the Sunni minority, believing what shows that he can attract a small number of their votes to remain prime minister," and believed that al-Maliki "To this end, the move to give the provinces greater independence from Baghdad, and claimed the grant year, more room in the report the management of local affairs, "adding," al-Maliki also endorsed a number of measures which lifts ban on pay Saddam's Baath Party members and former mostly Sunni government positions, and the law of this ban began to be applied in light of the U.S. occupation of the country. "

    The author concludes his commentary by asking "whether these measures were sufficient to curb the violence, and the answer is likely they are now very few and too late."

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    Araji told «life»: corruption plagued the ministries of oil and electricity and ration card

    16-07-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    BAGHDAD - Bushra Muzaffar

    The head of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee leader of the al-Sadr Bahaa al-Araji, the existence of corrupted files necrosis of large projects and a number of files the most important licensing round launched by the Ministry of Oil, as well as the Ministry of Electricity and the ration card and the Central Bank.

    Araji said in connection with the «life» that «the licensing round launched by the Ministry were not oil service contracts, but the partnership contracts, and this means the loss of the wealth of Iraq. He added that «Iraq's economy today relies on oil by 96 percent, but the oil wealth, now run by foreign companies.

    And entered Iraq since 2008 dozens of oil contracts with foreign companies called 'service contracts'.

    Araji attributed the degradation of the electricity sector to «rampant corruption in this ministry since its inception to this moment.

    Description Remarks and Oil Minister Hussein al-Shahristani, who has promised better power b «the lie which led to the deterioration of the situation in this ministry.
    The cases of corruption in the distribution of ration card, and pointed out that «80 percent of the card is not up to the citizen due to financial and administrative corruption, calling to« improve the reality of the distribution of these materials on citizens in line with international quality standards.

    On the issue of the central bank, said that «this file was referred to the Integrity Commission, pointing out that« the Commission of Inquiry was offset its political administration that does not bow to the prime minister, in reference to the issuance of an arrest warrant for former bank governor Sinan al-Shabibi.

    He added that «the independence of the Central Bank's management made him susceptible to these charges, despite the fact that the independence of this institution a right guaranteed by the Constitution.

    ♥ IF THIS SCREEN WAS SCRATCH N SNIFF, YOU WOULD SMELL MALIKI RIGHT NOW ~RL~

    Araji criticized the delay in parliament to pass some important laws, blaming political blocs delayed.

    He explained that «the political consensus is the main reason for the disabled, reiterated the position of the Sadrist movement refuses to pass the bills in one transaction. In contrast, he called to «put the public interest above partisan interests and even geography, and to resolve the law of the Federal Court and the electoral law and the laws of the parties, oil and provinces on the basis of the higher interest».

    And alliances future of the Sadrist movement, with the approach of the legislative elections, said al-Araji, said that «the Sadrist movement tends to strategic alliances», pointing out that «the Islamic Supreme Council headed by Ammar al-Hakim is the closest now to this type of alliance», but he stressed the importance of « the adoption of the election law because it lays out future alliances.

    He predicted that «the election result in the beginning of 2014 for alliances and different blocks that will redraw the shape and size of those blocks ', ruling out' mass retention Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki obtained seats in the previous elections and thus lack the survival of Maliki as prime minister.

    The electoral Maliki's coalition won 89 seats in the 2010 elections, but lost about 40 seats in the provincial elections that took place in April last year.

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    *** NOTES THE FOLLOWING EXCERPTS FROM THE ARTICLE :


    - Araji said in connection with the «life» that «the licensing round launched by the Ministry were not oil service contracts, but the partnership contracts, and this means the loss of the wealth of Iraq. He added that «Iraq's economy today relies on oil by 96 percent, but the oil wealth, now run by foreign companies.

    - On the issue of the central bank, said that «this file was referred to the Integrity Commission, pointing out that« the Commission of Inquiry was offset its political administration that does not bow to the prime minister, in reference to the issuance of an arrest warrant for former bank governor Sinan al-Shabibi.

    He added that «the independence of the Central Bank's management made him susceptible to these charges, despite the fact that the independence of this institution a right guaranteed by the Constitution.

    - Araji criticized the delay in parliament to pass some important laws, blaming political blocs delayed.

    He explained that «the political consensus is the main reason for the disabled, reiterated the position of the Sadrist movement refuses to pass the bills in one transaction. In contrast, he called to «put the public interest above partisan interests and even geography, and to resolve the law of the Federal Court and the electoral law and the laws of the parties, oil and provinces on the basis of the higher interest».

    And alliances future of the Sadrist movement, with the approach of the legislative elections, said al-Araji, said that «the Sadrist movement tends to strategic alliances», pointing out that «the Islamic Supreme Council headed by Ammar al-Hakim is the closest now to this type of alliance», but he stressed the importance of « the adoption of the election law because it lays out future alliances.

    - He predicted that «the election result in the beginning of 2014 for alliances and different blocks that will redraw the shape and size of those blocks ', ruling out' mass retention Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki obtained seats in the previous elections and thus lack the survival of Maliki as prime minister.


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    *** THE ENTIRE DISCUSSION / CONTROVERSY OVER A " BASKET OF LAWS " APPROACH VS. INDIVIDUAL LAWS BY AGREEMENT SEEMS TO ME THE EXALTATION OF FORM OVER SUBSTANCE, POLITICS HAS EVER BEEN A TRADE OFF WHETHER IT BE INDIVIDUAL COMPROMISES OR AS A GROUP IN A " BASKET " ***

    Kurdish MP rules out passing disputed laws in one basket deal


    16/07/2013 09:12:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the Kurdistan Alliance, Vian Dekeel ruled out passing important and disputed laws in the House of Representatives in one basket deal.

    She said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "All things in the House of Representatives follow alliances and political agreements, calling blocs and political parties to agree on a single direction to pass disputed laws because we are passing through a sensitive and dangerous time, which requires to speed up the adoption of these laws."

    She added: "everyone's opinion is to pass laws; especially the disputed laws individually in a form of getting agreements among the political blocs not in a single basket deal."

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    Abbas al-Bayati: the controversial inclusion of all the laws to vote is not possible .. The presidency of the parliament put a priority

    16-07-2013 06:01 AM

    Baghdad (news) .. Questioned the leadership of the State of Law Coalition MP / National Alliance / Abbas al-Bayati, to be approved all the controversial laws, because they need an understanding between the blocks, calling for the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to put a priority task of the laws for their approval.

    Bayati said in a statement (of the Agency news): There are laws seems to need a base of understanding broad and spacious and I think that the current atmosphere helps to build a minimum of consensus and understanding, he said, adding: Can we reach an understanding of the blocks on all the laws broken in three years I doubt it.

    He expressed the hope that تتفاهم blocks on the package of laws that relate to citizens rather busy laws political, noting: that the ratification of the Federal Court is important, but more importantly, the citizen pension law General, as well as the Law of the demarcation of the administrative border, but social security has priority over.

    He called al-Bayati, of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to determine priorities and time limits on their work is light and movement.

    According to political sources, the possibility of passing laws broken, including the law of the Federal Court, criminalization of the Baath Party, oil and gas, accountability and justice, amnesty, etc., and the law of the upcoming parliamentary elections, and the demarcation of the administrative border during the last year of the House of Representatives.

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    Instructions NO (1) of 2007, for non-Iraqi investors trading at ISX, which has been amended at 2010

    1- The personal information of Non-Iraqi investors shall be checked by the
    broker.
    The following documents shall be required by electronic mail followed by
    original copies, certified at the Iraqi Embassy in the investor's country or at
    any other approved government authority, within 15 days time :

    a) ID.
    b) Valid passport.
    c) Incorporation contract and registration license certified by the issuer or the
    relevant Iraqi authority, for legal entities.
    d) Permanent and temporary address (if any), e-mail address, and phone number.
    e) Three samples of signature.

    2- ISX shall prepare buying and selling order forms in both Arabic and
    English, which shall include: order number, time and date of the order, means by which the order was received, investor's name, number of shares to be traded, the fixed price, market price, order type, order validity period. The order can be placed by electronic mail or by the investor's authorized representative or by other means on the condition that the broker shall bear responsibility for buying and selling depending on their contract.

    http://www.isx-iq.net/isxportal/file...10_0_4_3_8.pdf

    What Is NASDAQ?

    What comes to mind when you hear the word "NASDAQ" or see it in print? Do you think of a global electronic marketplace for the buying and selling of stock? Do you think of a number, a market indicator, that tells you how well the stock market performed on a given day? Do you picture our market tower in Times Square, glowing bright and blue? Don't worry; there is no one answer. NASDAQ is all of these things and more.

    NASDAQ began forty years ago at the National Association of Securities Dealers, or NASD. The NASD wanted to create a way for investors to buy and sell stocks on a computerized, transparent, and fast system. This would eliminate the burden and inefficiency of in-person stock transactions, which had been the prevalent model for nearly a century. The NASD believed that investors could make more money by closing the price gaps between buyers and sellers, and technology had evolved enough at that point to make it happen.

    http://www.nasdaqomx.com/aboutus/whatisnasdaq/
    Last edited by RED LILY; 07-16-2013 at 02:32 PM.

  9. #9
    *** SOME INSIGHT / INFO QUANTITATIVELY REGARDING THE VOLUME OF FOREIGN CURRENCIES ( PLURAL ) BEING SOLD AT AUCTION ***


    Sales of dollar by the CBI rise on Monday auction.
    15/07/2013 14:42:00

    Baghdad / NINA /--Sales of dollar by the Central Bank of Iraq CBI and purchase of other foreign currencies rose on Monday auction to 356 million and 882 thousand dollars, after just hit on Saturday auction the level of 182 million and 488 thousand dollars, with a stable exchange rate of 1166 dinars per dollar.

    The daily bulletin issued by the Central Bank, said "The demand for dollar was ranging on today’s auction around the level of 78 million and 125 thousand dollars which sold in cash.

    http://www.ninanews.com/english/News...ar95_VQ=GIMDJF
    Last edited by RED LILY; 07-16-2013 at 02:39 PM.

  10. #10
    *** WHAT PLANET IS THIS SLC MEMBER ON ? HE SPEAKS OF THE " CRISIS " IN THE PAST TENSE ? ***

    SLC MP rules out return of crisis between Baghdad and Erbil

    Tuesday, 16 July 2013 11:20

    Baghdad (AIN) -MP Sadiq al-Labban of the State of Law Coalition ruled out return of crisis between Baghdad and Erbil.

    Labban told AIN "The recent convergence between the center and the Region is normal since the two sides enjoy strategic mutual relations and common points that gathered them."

    "It is natural when problems happen between Baghdad and Erbil, but they should avoid the reoccurrence of the previous phase of tensions," he stressed.

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....tical&Itemid=2
    Last edited by RED LILY; 07-16-2013 at 09:03 PM.

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