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    " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 28 November 2013

    Washington will not support the export of oil from anywhere in Iraq without the consent of the government

    28-11-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Said Jane Bsaky mouthpiece of State, said that her country will not support the export of Iraqi oil from any area where, without obtaining the approval and ratification by the federal government in central Baghdad.
    When asked in charge of America's daily press conference, has announced his discussions Nechirvan Barzani President of the Regional Government in northern Iraq in Turkey, and it is told by their intention to pump oil from northern Iraq to Turkey before the new year, said Bsaky, "We do not have change Our position on this issue. "
    And went on saying "our positions fixed, and we will continue to call the central government in Baghdad, and the Regional Government in northern Iraq to work for a constitutional resolve between themselves."


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    Crisis floods the subject of the Iraqi parliament session today
    28-11-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    BAGHDAD - «life»
    Thursday, November 28th, 2013
    Iraqi parliament held a special session to discuss the flood crisis that swept the capital and a number of other provinces in the presence of Minister of Municipalities and the number of Mahazvin.
    He announced the decision of Parliament, MP Mohammed al-Khalidi during a press conference that «the Minister of Municipalities in addition to the governors that were damaged due to rain will attend the emergency meeting in addition to all other parliamentary blocs». He explained that «the presence of officials will not be in the interrogation but to listen».
    For its part, revealed the MP for the coalition in Iraq free, high Nassif, that «the emergency meeting will be limited to a number of deputies who will represent the bloc, describing it as« political heresy », stressing that the session of parliament will lose its legitimacy».
    Nassif said in a statement «been warning us today via text messages to the special meeting to be held by the House of Representatives on Thursday will be limited to ten members of the National Alliance and seven deputies from the Iraqi List, and four deputies from the Kurdistan Alliance and one deputy from each small block».
    She added that «what applies to regular sessions also applies to the special meeting to achieve a quorum in the legitimacy of the decisions issued by it, and here we find that the Presidency of the Council of Representatives has committed a violation of law and constitutional».
    She Nassif that he «When you Presidency of the Council of Representatives segmenting the Council and the abbreviation legitimacy specified number of representatives of the political blocs, the decisions that will be issued from this meeting is not the meeting, will be illegitimate because of this innovation, and the presidency of the Council by selecting a certain number of each block to attend The meeting had been made in the Council also within the principle of balance, and if all 100 000 citizen must be represented by deputy in Parliament, what the legal justification who made the presidency of the Council shorten the representatives of the people of this small number of MPs «expressing the hope that the« describes the presidency of the Council justification for this innovation, which invented and which has no constitutional or legal justification ».
    The MP for the «coalition of state law» Ali Falh told «life» that the mass does not prefer to hold the special meeting «because it would be an arena for political speeches and propaganda campaign» He pointed out that «the government is held accountable for negligence there is no need for an emergency session».
    So called «coalition united» to exit the decision to compensate the victims of the flooding rain water ».
    The Coalition MP unit Jumaili in a statement «the right of the House of Representatives to hold special sessions in the case of the passage of the country in exceptional circumstances or in the event of disasters or crises Kalozmat security crises or rainwater and other».
    She said «there is a political bloc tried over the past four to distort the image of Parliament in the eyes of citizens through non-implementation of the recommendations coming out of the parliament. We have ample evidence Kmdzrh Hawija and the prisoners escaped from prisons in Taji and Abu Ghraib, in addition to security crises recurring asked her to host the Commander in Chief of the armed forces and security leaders, but did not meet these hosting which led to the loss of confidence of the Iraqi street parliament to hold its extraordinary likely not Graduated decisions ».
    She called Jumaili that «be hearing tomorrow exceptional professional and objective to determine the causes of the crisis of rainwater in order not to repeat them again in addition to the study and its implications to be far from the political history because the Iraqi people mL of history, letters, media».


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    Maliki Decides to appoint three thousand young people from Anbar in the police to protect the province and countering terrorism

    28-11-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    BAGHDAD - «life»
    Thursday, November 28th, 2013
    Joined the correspondent channel «Baghdad» space to victims of convoy working journalist in Iraq were killed yesterday during the funeral of Sheikh Adnan Al-Ghanim, as approved by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to appoint three thousand men of the security of the people of Anbar.
    Dan and the Journalistic Freedoms Observatory in Iraq, strongly kill the space correspondent in Basra yesterday Wadah al-Hamdani, and carry the security authorities and the government the responsibility of preserving the lives of journalists.
    The Observatory for the transfer of the source in the channel as saying that «al-Hamdani, who was killed by gunmen targeted the funeral was held in the early morning (yesterday) to Sheikh Adnan Al-Ghanim, a conservative tribal leaders, who was kidnapped and his body was found after a period». He added that «Hamdani was shot in the neck area during the shooting at the funeral procession».
    The 30-year-old al-Hamdani, who is married and has three children. Worked as a reporter for Channel «Baghdad» TV nine years ago.
    Furthermore, he stressed the observatory that «267 Iraqi journalists and foreign workers in the field of media have been killed since 2003, including 155 journalists because of their work and 55 technicians and assistants, while winding mystery criminal operations other targeted indirectly journalists and technicians did not come to target them because of the work of journalist, and kidnapped 65 journalists and media assistants were killed, mostly 14 of them are still missing ».
    On the other hand, al-Maliki agreed on the appointment of three thousand people in Anbar province handed police to strengthen security and stability in it.
    Maliki was received two days ago, the governor of Anbar Ahmad Khalaf al-Dulaimi, head of the provincial council and Krhot morning, Council members and discussed with them in the security file and the service in the province. A source in the council that «the prime minister was positive with all the demands that carry the delegation».
    The source pointed out that «Maliki agreed to adapt the 3 Anbar thousands of young people in the ranks of the police to protect and maintain the official circles, as well as ensure that no collusion with armed actors».
    He added that «the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces (Maliki) instructed to send military reinforcements to Anbar to the new face of growing al-Qaida and control the border with Syria. He promised the delegation that the necessary military leaders in the province to respect the decisions of the Council in Anbar security aspects, which he agreed to the dismissal of the police chief ».
    He added that «the prime minister promised to dismiss any official to prove his shortcomings in his work, and said that the leaders of the security in Anbar will cooperate with the county government, and after that the members of the delegation complained about the behavior of some of the forces deployed in Anbar».
    The governor of Anbar Ahmad Khalaf al-Dulaimi, announced in a statement after the delegation's visit to al-Maliki agreed to the dismissal of the provincial police chief Major General Hadi Rseg and release 67 detained.
    Rseg said at a press conference in Ramadi: «I am a professional officer in accordance with the directives and orders, and in the case of the arrival of any official letter from the federal government in the case Sanfzh». He said «there is no justification or real reason for the dismissal decision, and the decision is up to the central government».


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    Protection of Iraqi products will limit the competition of imported

    28-11-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Baghdad morning
    Revealed the parliamentary Economic Committee for the completion of the version prepared for the vote on the draft law of the First Amendment to the Law on the Protection of Iraqi products, is likely to pass after the legislative recess.
    Committee member Rep. Qusay F saw that the new law is one of the important laws that promote the recovery of the productive sectors and the reduction of imported goods.
    Juma said in a statement (morning): "The relevant committees conducted necessary adjustments have positive impact on product support of Iraq," saying it included the protection of agricultural products, while the Law No. (11) for the year 2010 to ensure the protection of industrial products only.
    The aim of the law No. (11) into harmony with the new changes that have occurred in the Iraqi economy and the opening of markets to international trade, and the purpose of building a national industry and to avoid damage to it from the harmful practices of the policies of dumping products or increases unjustified in imports or imported products backed by exporting countries to Iraq, leading to the loss of the conditions of fair competition for the purpose of taking appropriate measures to protect the Iraqi products and local producers. added F it (the law) would limit competition from imported products entering the country, especially as the exporting countries are providing facilities and exemptions of up to 40 percent product to encourage export, so when you put the protection of national products of unequal competition will contribute to the promotion of peasant agriculture and activate the laboratory productivity, and will be channeled to increase the proportion of its contribution to the GDP. also pointed out that the legislation of the new law will happen to a slight increase in the prices of goods in the market, However, he will support the local product, and thus reduce the yield of goods and imported products, and expected that acknowledges after the legislative recess of Parliament, especially since he is ready for a vote, as well as the agreement of all parties to pass.


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    Erdogan signs conventions with Erbil in oil, gas fields
    Wednesday, 27 November 2013 20:54

    (AIN) –The Turkish Prime Minister, Rajab Tayib Erdogan, hosted the, Prime Minister of Kurdistan Regional Government, Nechirvan Barzani, and his accompanying delegation which currently in Turkey within a state visit.

    According to news informed to AIN ''Erdogan and Barzani discussed the means of promoting bilateral relations in various fields where both sides assured the necessity of developing commercial and economic bonds between Erbil and Ankara, especially cooperating in energy field in the service of both countries.''

    Turkish sources reported that ''Erdogan signed many conventions with Barzani in oil and gas sectors and after the three hour meeting he announced his intention to visit Baghdad and Erbil to assure the desire of Turkey in promoting relations with all Iraqi components,''


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    Nijervan Barzani meets with Erdogan in Ankara.
    27/11/2013 17:34:00

    Arbil / NINA /-- KRG President Nijervan Barzani,met Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara today.
    Well-informed sources told NINA : "Barzani discussed with Erdogan the issue of oil exporting from Kurdistan region to Turkey.

    Familiar sources expected that "the two sides would conclude an agreement in this regard."


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    Kurdistan Building New Army in Fight for Education
    By Alexandra Di Stefano Pironti

    KRG representatives abroad are also involved in the effort to improve education back home in Kurdistan.

    BARCELONA, Spain – In its fight for education, the Kurdistan Region is building a new kind of army: It is educating more than 4,500 men and women abroad who are expected to become the backbone of a zooming economy.

    “A significant proportion of these successful students has already returned to Kurdistan and began to make a palpable difference,” according to Dr Dlawer Ala'Aldeen, former higher education minister in the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and one of the engineer’s behind the scholarship initiative.

    “The scholarship programme (Human Capacity Development program) was by far one of the most strategic initiatives by the Kurdistan Regional Government,” said Ala'Aldeen, who was minister from 2009 until April last year, and is now a professor of clinical microbiology at the University of Nottingham.

    In an interview with Rudaw, he said that more than 4,500 talented young men and women from the three-province autonomous Kurdish region in northern Iraq were awarded scholarships in open competition to study at reputable universities abroad.

    Up to 30 percent of the scholarships went to women, something considered a cultural revolution,

    “Besides, up to 30 percent of the scholarships went to women, something considered a cultural revolution,” said Ala'Aldeen, who was born in the town of Koya near Erbil and just turned 53.

    When it gained autonomy in 1991, the Kurdistan Region inherited a failing system of governance and an economy in shambles due to former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein’s many crackdowns against the Kurds. Until 1998, Iraq’s estimated five million Kurds also suffered in the geographical frontlines of Saddam’s devastating eight-year war with Iran as well as an internal conflict between Kurdish groups.

    But since Saddam was ousted in the 2003 US-led invasion, the Kurds have been consolidating their autonomy and going from strength to strength.

    Erbil is finalizing an historic pipeline deal for its first direct oil exports to Turkey and beyond, which is expected to shift the Kurdish economic boom into hyper-drive. Foreign investment – including some 50 international oil companies working on projects – is flowing in, and Kurdistan is already being called the “next Dubai.”

    Flights from Europe and the Gulf come packed with passengers, among them returnee Kurds forced abroad by the decades of violence, foreigners working on projects or businessmen in search of new markets. Emirates airline reports record growth on its Dubai-Erbil route; the economy grew by a whopping eight percent last year.

    To meet the needs of this dynamic environment, Ala'Aldeen says there is still much to be done.

    “Our education system is lagging way behind. A strong economy cannot be sustained without being underpinned by armies of home-grown, well qualified professional leaders,” Ala'Aldeen said from Nottingham.

    A strong economy cannot be sustained without being underpinned by armies of home-grown, well qualified professional leaders,

    KRG representatives abroad are also involved in the effort to improve education back home in Kurdistan.

    “It is fundamental to change the education system in Kurdistan,” agreed Khaman Zirar Asaad, the KRG representative in France. She said French institutions were helping with complementary school programs for “some after school cultural activities such as teaching civil rights, the acceptance of other cultures and the concept of democracy.”

    “Under Saddam we had only one Kurdish university in Erbil and now we have some 25 public and private universities,” noted Rezan Kader, the KRG’s representative in Italy.

    She added that many Italian universities are interested in collaborating with Kurdistan, and that there is a continuous exchange of students and teachers, as well as some Italian government scholarships for Kurdish students.

    In Spain, KRG representative Daban Shadala said that universities in Kurdistan are even asking for Spanish professors.

    “Last April, 32 Spanish universities and 11 rectors from Kurdistan met in Spain to discuss cooperation and some universities from Kurdistan are asking now to have some Spanish professors to teach there,” he told Rudaw.

    In Britain, a destination of choice for Kurdish students because of the language and standard of education, 1,500 Kurdish students have gone through English universities since the scholarship program began, said Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman, the KRG representative in the United Kingdom.

    During Ala’Aldeen’s remake of Kurdish education, the KRG injected more than $200 million in higher education institutions to improve infrastructure and equipment. With good humor, the former minister remembers the battles he had to fight for change.

    “As predicted, there were numerous barriers for progress. There were great many interest groups, who had benefited immensely from the old system and refused to get on board,” he said. “The anti-reform lobby succeeded in slowing down the reform after we left.”

    “Our ministry attracted the greatest number of demonstrations whose demands were invariably illegal or inappropriate,” Ala’Aldeen recalled. “One of these demonstrations turned into a three-month-long vigil, with tents erected opposite the ministry building. But we tolerated them until they finally faded away.”

    All that, he said, is in the past. Most important now, he added, has been Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani’s emphasis on the reform program and a public pledge to re-energise and consolidate it in the near future.

    Our ministry attracted the greatest number of demonstrations whose demands were invariably illegal or inappropriate,

    “I think the media as well as the opposition parties like Gorran and the Islamic groups, who have a heavy presence these days, can play their significant roles in keeping the pressure on the government for further reforms, too,” Ala’Aldeen said.

    “The gap between our needs and the reality remains wide. However, the good news is that the system is now heading in the right direction,” he observed.

    There are still teething problems: Many returnees complain they cannot find government jobs that meet their advanced educational levels or that when they do find work many times their skills are too advanced for their workplace.

    In the coveted government jobs, there are complaints that colleagues with a local education often see fellow Kurds educated abroad as a threat, creating problems at work.

    Nevertheless Miran, a 30-year-old Kurd studying for a postgraduate degree in the Polytechnic University of Madrid, is ready to take his place in Kurdistan’s new army of educated professionals after finishing his studies.

    “When I go back to Kurdistan to look for a job I am 100 percent certain that I will find one,” he told Rudaw.


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    Saadoun al-Shahristani respond to: extract oil exporting region and wealth for all Iraqis and not "smuggling"

    28-11-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    [Baghdad - where]
    Criticized the vice president of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Mohsen al-Sadoun recent statements issued by the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani, adding that the management of oil wealth for all Iraqi people, and Article 115 on managed in partnership with the region and the provinces is affiliated to the territory.
    Promised Saadoun described the export of oil from the region to "smuggling" ordered Mjavia the truth, but not to involve the region and the provinces in the exploration and development of oil wealth is "evasion" of constitutional obligations, and create crises in succession, as poverty hits people in central and southern Iraq.
    A statement from the Kurdistan Alliance bloc received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it: "Once again looming signs of creating a new problem between the province and the federal government on the issue of oil as the region within the framework of constitutional development, production, and now reached the stage of the export of oil, which flows for the benefit of the Iraqi people, we find the federal government puts obstacles in front of it, leaving this wealth that awaits the Iraqi people for years, at a time when Iraq is the third country in the production of oil K, we find that the rate of poverty in some of its provinces totaling more than (40%). "
    "I kept this dream when Iraqis who rejoice him when change of the former regime, but that the federal government exercised the central system to manage file oil other than what came to the Constitution, which makes the management of oil and gas joint regions and provinces and between the federal government., And the Constitution will be judged interval between the province and the federal government will be the Iraqi people is the witness. "
    He said that the administration of the oil is not within the federal authorities stipulated in Article 110 of the Constitution, and not even from the authorities and the joint stipulated in Article 114 of the Constitution, but it applies to the text of Article 115 of the Constitution. And oil and gas is the property of the Iraqi people, and that oil imports are all Iraqi people and that oil exports from the Kurdistan region is not considered smuggling also claims Mr. Shahristani but increase imports of Iraq, and the concept of smuggling applies when the leaves al-Shahristani, Iraq's oil is exploited for the benefit of the Iraqi people, taking advantage of the powers of the provinces Constitutional favor of centralized management of oil and without any improvement in the standard of living of the Iraqi people. ".


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    Erdogan confirms his desire to host Maliki in Turkey and visit both Baghdad and Erbil

    28-11-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    BAGHDAD (Independent) ... expressed Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region Nechirvan Barzani expressed keenness to strengthen Turkey's relations with the Iraqis of various stripes, while noting his desire to host Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in Turkey and visit both Baghdad and Erbil.
    According to a statement to the Turkish government seen by the independent press (Iba) ... today that "Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met in Ankara, Prime Minister of the regional administration in northern Iraq, Nechirvan Barzani and his accompanying delegation," Mbinna "The meeting lasted for three hours, during which they discuss issues regional. "
    He said that Erdogan "has a desire to host Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in Turkey soon and hold the second meeting of the Cooperation Council for the strategic Turkish-Iraqi high-level", stressing his country's keenness "on the development of Turkey's relations with all Iraqi groups without distinction."
    Turning to Erdogan, according to the statement, "his two visits recently to Iraq National Assembly Speaker Cemil Cicek and Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, noting that they plan to continue such visits at the ministerial level."
    And between Oordgan that "in the wake of this meeting, it is planned to make an official visit to Iraq to visit include the capital Baghdad and the city of Arbil."
    Connected by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said Iraq wants good relations with all countries, especially neighboring countries.
    Maliki said yesterday at a meeting with National Assembly Speaker Cemil Cicek, who is visiting Baghdad now and the delegation accompanying him.: We want a prosperous future for our relationship should be built on the basis of common interests, mutual respect and non-interference in internal affairs.
    He called on Turkey to cooperate in the fight against terrorism, he said, must not disagree on this issue, even if we disagree on some of the areas of economic, political or other, stressing that Iraq maintained the position of the Syrian crisis based on moving away from interference in internal affairs, despite the difficulty of adhering to this position.
    For his part, President of the Council of the Nation Turkey that Turkey wants relations developed with Iraq, and Turkey and Iraq represent keys key to this region, calling for cooperation and coordination between the two countries in all the affairs of the region and condition, and added that the cooperation between the two countries could spare the region a lot of problems.
    The new Cicek invite the Prime Minister to visit Turkey, adding that Turkish Prime Minister waiting for this visit, and added that Turkey is keen on the unity and sovereignty of Iraq, stressing its condemnation of terrorism, stressing that his country stands against terrorism and Chjbh strongly Whatever its goals and objectives.
    In turn, denied the Turkish Foreign Ministry statements attributed to Foreign Minister Davutoglu in the wake of a meeting in Najaf, the supreme religious authority Ali al-Sistani on the desire of the reference ouster of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
    A high-ranking source in the Turkish Foreign Ministry to the Iraqi Media Network and briefed him and the independent press (Iba) ... today that "Davutoglu did not and will not permit such a cast, especially that Turkey is seeking in this period to restore relations with Iraq."
    The source continued to exhibit his denial that there is "an intention to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan conducted a visit to Iraq soon."
    The Bulletin (World Biltine) News Turkish quoted Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in an interview with Channel ATV television that the supreme authority Ali al-Sistani told Foreign Minister Davutoglu during the reunion was in Najaf recently that the time has come to abandon Nuri al-Maliki and President Bashar al-Assad from power.


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    Breaking News … Exceptional parliament session starts
    Thursday, 28 November 2013 12:09

    Baghdad (AIN) –The parliament started its exceptional parliament session specified to discuss the floods.

    Parliamentary source stated "The parliament Speaker, Osama al-Nijaifi, heads the session in presence of 175 MPs."

    "The Municipalities Minister, Baghdad Mayor and some key officials attended the session," the source concluded.



    Breaking News … Exceptional parliament session postponed for one hour
    Thursday, 28 November 2013 11:44

    Baghdad (AIN) –The parliament postponed its urgent session that was supposed to be held at 10 A.M. on Thursday for one hour.

    A parliamentary source stated to All Iraq News Agency (AIN) "The parliament chairmanship decided to postpone the parliament session for one hour due to the insufficient number of MPs."

    "About 20 MPs attended the parliament building and postponing the session was to give more time for the others to come," the source concluded.


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