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    " The Dinar Daily ", Sunday, 10 November 2013

    High Nassif Foreign Ministry calls on Iraq to be merged with the international community and follow up of frozen Iraqi funds

    10-11-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    MP for the coalition called the Iraqi Free high Nassif and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to integrate Iraq to the international community and get the entitlements in the seats of the committees of the United Nations and follow-up of frozen Iraqi funds.
    She told him the Information Office of the coalition: "Despite the passage of more than 10 years to change Iraq remains the country is moving in the international community compared to other countries in the region with influence pivotal role in the world, and it seems so obvious through the failure to get Iraq's seats in the United Nations committees and lack of enjoyment of the real role that makes him the country participate in making important decisions. "
    She added: "The world is preoccupied with today's challenging large that have taken place in the international arena كالأحداث Syrian, Egyptian, Libyan and economic crisis, in addition to the problem of terrorism, which is Iraq's most prominent countries are experiencing, in the midst of these circumstances _AT_ NGED Unfortunately an important role and active for Iraq at the international level, either at the level of specific issues, we find that the issue of Iraqi funds frozen to Atjd of watched. "
    And stated: "The diplomatic efforts must keep pace with the latest developments in the world, it is essential that Iraq is witnessing a renaissance at the diplomatic level it may be that will return Iraq to its important role at the international level."

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    Jaafari: Today, there are phenomena of corruption, and programs must address not slogans, to be equivalent to the culture of corruption

    10-11-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

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    Newspaper: Kurdistan is seeking independence with the aid of Turkey; U.S. expresses concern
    Posted: November 10, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan, Kurd, Kurdish, Kurdish people, kurdistan, Kurdistan Regional government, Turkey

    U.S. newspaper: Kurds seeking independence with the help of Turkey and Baghdad and Washington Mtchwican the national conflict
    Sunday, November 10 2 / November 2013 13:23

    The newspaper said Washington Post of America said that “the Kurdistan region is looking forward to realizing the dream of the long-awaited independence with the help of Turkey, at a time when the rest of Iraq a wave of violence and bombings.”

    The newspaper pointed out in its report that “the Kurdistan act already in many aspects as a sovereign state, providing the Kurdish authorities all public services, and leads its own army, and controls on the borders of the region, including guard dense southern border with the regions of Iraq with the Arab majority, but that most of the government buildings in Arbil, the capital of the region Kurdish flag and not the Iraqi flag, and many of the younger generation in Kurdistan did not learn the Arabic language and only speak Kurdish. “

    The newspaper pointed out, “yet still Kurds linked to Baghdad because of their dependence on the Iraqi treasury in most of their budget regional, but this could change rapidly, brushed leaders Turks and Kurds aside the hostility that lasted for many years, and apply now a partnership agreement in the field of energy and occurred earlier in the this year, and is expected to provide this agreement to an independent Kurdistan flood of oil revenues. “

    She drew the newspaper that “the first major step in this plan is to establish a pipeline extends directly to Turkey, and the work will start at the end of this year, according to statements made by Minister of Natural Resources in the Kurdistan region drastically, which said it is our duty create routes to export oil and gas to secure our future “.

    The newspaper noted the U.S. that “both Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama expressed their concerns about the alliance emerging between Turkey and the Kurds of Iraq, arguing that it could lead to further undermine stability in the country and across the two sides of Iraq and the U.S. expressed concern that the push for Kurdish nationalism could exacerbate ethnic tensions with the Arab majority in Iraq, especially among those who live across the disputed border between the Kurdistan region and the rest of Iraq. “

    The Washington Post reported that “the leaders of the Kurdistan region tried to allay the fears of Iraqi officials and the Americans, and gave assurances that they do not intend to secede formally from Iraq, even though they are putting the basis for increased autonomy, where Kurdish official said a senior that independence is the ambition in the heart of every Kurd, But I have to be strategic. “

    It is said that a convergence tangible observed in the relations between Kurdistan and Turkey and the exchange of visits of officials of the latest visit by a delegation from the province headed by the Prime Minister of the Government of Kurdistan Barzani to Ankara was reached through a comprehensive agreement on energy includes licenses for oil and natural gas, and the establishment of a pipeline to transfer from Kurdistan Turkey.

    This agreement is controversial, because the Iraqi central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government did not Thla مشكلتهما relating to revenue sharing and Baghdad considers unconstitutional and illegal.

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    Newspaper: Kurdistan is seeking independence with the aid of Turkey; U.S. expresses concern
    Posted: November 10, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan, Kurd, Kurdish, Kurdish people, kurdistan, Kurdistan Regional government, Turkey

    U.S. newspaper: Kurds seeking independence with the help of Turkey and Baghdad and Washington Mtchwican the national conflict
    Sunday, November 10 2 / November 2013 13:23

    The newspaper said Washington Post of America said that “the Kurdistan region is looking forward to realizing the dream of the long-awaited independence with the help of Turkey, at a time when the rest of Iraq a wave of violence and bombings.”

    The newspaper pointed out in its report that “the Kurdistan act already in many aspects as a sovereign state, providing the Kurdish authorities all public services, and leads its own army, and controls on the borders of the region, including guard dense southern border with the regions of Iraq with the Arab majority, but that most of the government buildings in Arbil, the capital of the region Kurdish flag and not the Iraqi flag, and many of the younger generation in Kurdistan did not learn the Arabic language and only speak Kurdish. “

    The newspaper pointed out, “yet still Kurds linked to Baghdad because of their dependence on the Iraqi treasury in most of their budget regional, but this could change rapidly, brushed leaders Turks and Kurds aside the hostility that lasted for many years, and apply now a partnership agreement in the field of energy and occurred earlier in the this year, and is expected to provide this agreement to an independent Kurdistan flood of oil revenues. “

    She drew the newspaper that “the first major step in this plan is to establish a pipeline extends directly to Turkey, and the work will start at the end of this year, according to statements made by Minister of Natural Resources in the Kurdistan region drastically, which said it is our duty create routes to export oil and gas to secure our future “.

    The newspaper noted the U.S. that “both Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama expressed their concerns about the alliance emerging between Turkey and the Kurds of Iraq, arguing that it could lead to further undermine stability in the country and across the two sides of Iraq and the U.S. expressed concern that the push for Kurdish nationalism could exacerbate ethnic tensions with the Arab majority in Iraq, especially among those who live across the disputed border between the Kurdistan region and the rest of Iraq. “

    The Washington Post reported that “the leaders of the Kurdistan region tried to allay the fears of Iraqi officials and the Americans, and gave assurances that they do not intend to secede formally from Iraq, even though they are putting the basis for increased autonomy, where Kurdish official said a senior that independence is the ambition in the heart of every Kurd, But I have to be strategic. “

    It is said that a convergence tangible observed in the relations between Kurdistan and Turkey and the exchange of visits of officials of the latest visit by a delegation from the province headed by the Prime Minister of the Government of Kurdistan Barzani to Ankara was reached through a comprehensive agreement on energy includes licenses for oil and natural gas, and the establishment of a pipeline to transfer from Kurdistan Turkey.

    This agreement is controversial, because the Iraqi central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government did not Thla مشكلتهما relating to revenue sharing and Baghdad considers unconstitutional and illegal.

    bit.ly/1agu0MR

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    Economic Committee member favors small banks integrating; Ensures survival and economy
    Posted: November 10, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: Baghdad, bank, Business, Central bank, Financial services, Investor, News agency, Private bank

    Shankali: merge small banks serving owners and support investors

    10-11-2013 04:41 AM
    Baghdad (newsletter). He welcomed the Economic Committee member MP/Kurdish Alliance/j. shankali, the idea of integration of small private banks to ensure their survival and to compete for the global economy.

    Said shankali (News Agency): small banks to merge and make it a giant step good serve investors who need large sums to support their projects that small banks cannot provide them with limited capital funds.

    He added: the issue of merging banks shall for a particular Act, but by the Bank itself and what call for him small interest to the fact that private banks eligibility Hussein himself, noting that the banks will merge their great potential and greater capital not reward projects.

    The relevant banking specialists emphasized that developed countries currently seeking to establish giant banks through banking establishments to serve as top players in the field of banking

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    Economist warns of Iraqi budget shortfall due to low oil revenue production
    Posted: November 10, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: Baghdad, Business, Chesapeake Energy, Energy, Energy industry, Extraction of petroleum, Government, Government budget balance

    Economic
    An expected budget deficit next year to low oil production

    09-11-2013 12:47 PM

    Baghdad (newsletter). Excluded Economist Mohammed dargham, a financial abundance in the current year’s budget for the implementation of projects stalled, indicating a lack of financial income due to lack of oil production.

    He Mehmet Ali (News Agency): oil output this year was below expectations, and the lack of a budget deficit next year because consumption of all madorat the reserves can finance the budget.

    He continued that lack oil production will affect revenues this year, the export volume of the province by the conventions where failed to export more than 300,000 barrels per day.

    Mohammed Ali ruled out: financial abundance in possible budget launched
    New projects or stopped, noting that the increase in the budget ceiling in accordance with the decisions of the Government’s energy sector and strategic projects in the future received the largest proportion of financial abundance

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    Parliament member says, New election law will likely lead to some political changes
    Posted: November 10, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: Baghdad, Committee of the Regions, Election law, Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan, iraqi list, Iraqi people, Political coalition

    A member of the parliamentary regions: the election law will lead to some change and personal interests of the leaders behind the appeal
    Sunday, November 10 2 / November 2013 14:16

    Praised a member of the Committee of the Regions parliamentary and provincial Iqbal coracoid electoral law and said it includes all the ingredients and there is no political marginalization or exclusion except for not abuse the Kurds with Faili Kurds and give them their entitlement just like any other minorities. “

    Coracoid said in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of “some small blocks trying to minimize the importance of the electoral law and the appeal to the Federal Court for nothing but their own interests.”

    She added that “the electoral law was approved unanimously by the national date has been installed and elections due next April 30, 2014.”

    The coracoid showed that “some political blocs whose interests conflicted party as a result of adoption of the election law trying to block the elections by the Federal Court,” pointing out that “the election law will lead to a leadership change that to Ataar importance for the Iraqi people.”

    And confirmed a member of the Committee of the Regions, “the Federal Court is to decide whether to appeal a constitutional or not,” adding that “it is not in the interest of any person or political bloc disrupt the elections and the Iraqi people, the first supporters of the elections remove dictatorship minds”.

    The House of Representatives has approved at its Monday, November 4, an amendment to the election law controversial, to become the number of seats in the next parliament 328 seats, 310 of them original and 18 compensatory, including 8 seats for Kota minorities were distributed among the five seats for Christians and one seat for each of the Shabak and right and Yazidis as has been allocated 3 seats in the provinces of Kurdistan Region three, and 7 seats agreed to distribute between the National Alliance and the Iraqi List and include the provinces of Baghdad, Babylon, Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Basra, Diyala, and Anbar.

    As opposed deputies from the provinces of Wasit and Salah al-Din on the number of seats allocated to Mhafeztém also objected deputies the Yezidi demanding component four seats instead of one seat and threatened to challenge the law in federal court. “

    For his part, ruled out House Speaker Osama Najafi, that advancing a political appeal to the court of federal election law, “adding that” the law was approved by all parties, “he said, warning of” catastrophic consequences if the law has been challenged and the postponement of elections.

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    Parliament member says, New election law will likely lead to some political changes
    Posted: November 10, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
    Tags: Baghdad, Committee of the Regions, Election law, Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan, iraqi list, Iraqi people, Political coalition

    A member of the parliamentary regions: the election law will lead to some change and personal interests of the leaders behind the appeal
    Sunday, November 10 2 / November 2013 14:16

    Praised a member of the Committee of the Regions parliamentary and provincial Iqbal coracoid electoral law and said it includes all the ingredients and there is no political marginalization or exclusion except for not abuse the Kurds with Faili Kurds and give them their entitlement just like any other minorities. “

    Coracoid said in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of “some small blocks trying to minimize the importance of the electoral law and the appeal to the Federal Court for nothing but their own interests.”

    She added that “the electoral law was approved unanimously by the national date has been installed and elections due next April 30, 2014.”

    The coracoid showed that “some political blocs whose interests conflicted party as a result of adoption of the election law trying to block the elections by the Federal Court,” pointing out that “the election law will lead to a leadership change that to Ataar importance for the Iraqi people.”

    And confirmed a member of the Committee of the Regions, “the Federal Court is to decide whether to appeal a constitutional or not,” adding that “it is not in the interest of any person or political bloc disrupt the elections and the Iraqi people, the first supporters of the elections remove dictatorship minds”.

    The House of Representatives has approved at its Monday, November 4, an amendment to the election law controversial, to become the number of seats in the next parliament 328 seats, 310 of them original and 18 compensatory, including 8 seats for Kota minorities were distributed among the five seats for Christians and one seat for each of the Shabak and right and Yazidis as has been allocated 3 seats in the provinces of Kurdistan Region three, and 7 seats agreed to distribute between the National Alliance and the Iraqi List and include the provinces of Baghdad, Babylon, Muthanna, Dhi Qar, Basra, Diyala, and Anbar.

    As opposed deputies from the provinces of Wasit and Salah al-Din on the number of seats allocated to Mhafeztém also objected deputies the Yezidi demanding component four seats instead of one seat and threatened to challenge the law in federal court. “

    For his part, ruled out House Speaker Osama Najafi, that advancing a political appeal to the court of federal election law, “adding that” the law was approved by all parties, “he said, warning of” catastrophic consequences if the law has been challenged and the postponement of elections.

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    Dry: the law of the Federation Council reduces the domination of the central and maintains the rights of the regions and provinces

    10-11-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    She said the Kurdistan Alliance MP Ashwaq dry, that the law of the Federation Council reduces the domination of the central and preserves the rights of regions and provinces, and called upon the House of Representatives to approve this law, she noted that, applied in important states.
    Dry confirmed in a statement MEMRI media bureau, said that "the law of the Federation Council, like other laws broken, that fall within the existing political conflicts within the Parliament, indicating that this law to achieve justice among the people.
    She added, that the Council of the Federation and his defense of the rights of the regions and provinces, and the parties that prevent the adoption of the law are those that want to maintain the authority and the central, pointing out, that there are those who think centralization of governance, which went with the departure of the previous regimes, stressing the need to eliminate conflicts circle and skipped through the adoption of this law.

    Information Office of the Deputy d. Ashwaq dry

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    Currency Auctions

    Announcement No. (2526)

    The latest daily currency auction was held in the Central Bank of Iraq on the 10-Nov-2013. The results were as follows:

    Details Notes
    Number of banks 22
    Auction price selling dinar / US$ 1166
    Auction price buying dinar / US$ -----
    Amount sold at auction price (US$) 208,125,000
    Amount purchased at Auction price (US$) -----
    Total offers for buying (US$) 208,125,000
    Total offers for selling (US$) -----

    Exchange rates

    U.S. Dollar (USD) 1,161.0000 U.S. $ 1 = 1,161.0000 Iraqi dinars
    1 Iraqi dinars = U.S. $ 0.0009 1,161.0000 U.S. $ 1 = 1,161.0000 Iraqi dinars
    1 Iraqi dinars = U.S. $ 0.0009 0.00%

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