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    " The Dinar Daily ", Sunday, 29 December 2013


    Regions denies deportation law demarcation of the border to the next session

    12/29/2013 0:22

    Amid reports postpone approval of Baghdad Shaima Rashid denied the Committee of the Regions and provinces migrate Law demarcation of the border to the next parliamentary session, saying that the law has been submitted to the Presidency to be included on the agenda of the Council in the hope of legislation during the remaining period of the age of the parliament, while expressed Alliance Kurdistan was surprised at the news deport this law, blaming some of the political blocs responsibility for delaying a number of important laws.

    was President Jalal Talabani, introduced in October of 2011, a bill to Parliament for re-demarcation of the administrative boundaries of the provinces.

    provides bill demarcation of the border between the provinces the need to be returned to the provinces and limits to be placed before the rule of the Baath party regime of the country.

    Chairman of the Committee of the Regions and the provinces Mohammed Kayani stressed that the law of the demarcation of the border did not go to the next parliamentary session, has raised this law to the Presidency for inclusion on the agenda of the Council, denied that there would be Nie for his deportation.

    said Kayani in an interview for the "morning" that the law of the demarcation of the border is important in maintaining the stability and security of Iraq, calling on the government to approve it and return the area to its rightful owners, especially since a large part of which has been exploited by terrorists, "saying that the law on of the presidency has been studied in the committees of the provinces, legal, and raise to the House of Representatives for inclusion on the agenda. deputy accused, foreign agendas seeking to undermine the unity of Iraq, and is working to instability, through the non-enactment of this law, pointing out that those seeking to keep disputed areas as drawn by the former regime, which turned many of them into dens of terrorism.

    between Kayani that this law can be passed during the current legislative session, particularly if there real intention by the political blocs, indicating that the remaining time of Omar Parliament enough to be put this law, discuss and vote on it.
    , it astonished the Kurdistan Alliance MP Mohsen al-Sadoun of the decision to deport the law of the demarcation of the border between the provinces to the parliamentary session ahead, stressing that some of the political blocs did not deal professionally in discussing the law of the demarcation of the border between the provinces.

    Sadoun said in an interview for "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network," "We Astgrbena of deportation law to the parliamentary session next despite the insistence of the Kurdistan Alliance, the need for the legislation during the current session."

    said Saadoun that "the Electoral Commission in dire need for such a law, as it can not proceed council elections in districts and areas without correcting the administrative border of the provinces. "

    said the parliamentarian: that the bill subjected to political outbidding and ignored clear of some parliamentary blocs.


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    Anbar Governor says that there are intense contacts with Baghdad to release Alwani
    28/12/2013 23:30:00

    Ramadi (NINA) – The Governor of Anbar, Ahmed Khalaf al-Dulaimi, said that there are intense contacts by the Local Government with the Central Government to release the lawmaker, from the province, Ahmed al-Alwani.

    In a statement on Saturday, Dec. 28, to NINA, Governor Dulaimi said that the Local Government, represented by the Provincial Council and the Governor, are carrying intense contacts with the Central Government to release lawmaker, Ahmed al-Alwani, and killing his brother after clashes between his guards and the military, at dawn Saturday, in Ramadi.

    He added that the release of Alwani will defuse the situation and calm tension between the province and central government.

    Earlier in the morning, a security source said that tens of tank carriers were on their way to Anbar province.

    He told NINA that tens of carriers with tanks aboard have been coming from Baghdad on their way to Anbar province. He said that their destination is not known.


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    Anbar Chairman: The Government has committed a grave mistake by arresting Alwani, killing his brother
    28/12/2013 23:19:00

    Ramadi (NINA) – Chairman of Anbar Provincial Council, Sabah Karhout, described the arrest of lawmaker Ahmed al-Alwani as a grave mistake.

    In a statement on Saturday, Dec. 28, to NINA Karhout said that the Anbar Provincial Council, condemns the arrest of lawmaker from Anbar province, Ahmed al-Alwani, and killing his brother, as well as a number of his guardsmen and family members, after clashes between the military and Alwani’s guards at dawn Saturday, as a grave mistake because of the way Alwani was arrested.

    Karhout added that Anbar Council held an emergency meeting, and came out with important decisions, including demanding the Prime Minister to immediately release Alwani and make the military force that arrested him accountable for the way it carried out the arrest.

    He went on saying that the security situation in Anbar province is getting worst, especially after the arrest of Alwani and killing his brother as well as a number of his family members, making things not easy to calm or control it by local government.

    Earlier in the morning, a security source said that tens of tank carriers were on their way to Anbar province.

    He told NINA that tens of carriers with tanks aboard have been coming from Baghdad on their way to Anbar province. He said that their destination is not known.


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    Nijaifi meets with number of officials to reach solution to current political crisis
    28/12/2013 22:38:00

    Baghdad (NINA) – Speaker of Parliament, Usama al-Nijaifi, held series of talks to contain the Ramadi crisis.

    Nijaifi met with Vice President, Khoda'yir al-Khuza'e, and leader of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jafari, to contain the crisis of Ramadi sit-in square, discuss the future of the political process within the security and political scenes, especially the acute crisis the country is going through, especially the crisis of Ramadi sit-in square and the arrest of lawmaker Ahmed al-Alwani, as well as the clashes that took place afterward between security forces and citizens.

    Stress was put on the necessity to contain the crisis and find solution in fear of it would effect and weaken the moderate forces and strengthen the forces of extremism and terrorist organizations.

    Nifaifi stressed that failure to solve the crisis would weaken the country’s unity and the bases of national partnership as well as social fabric, in addition to negative effect on the democratic change.

    Nijaifi met with Turkey’s Ambassador to Iraq, Faruq Qimagjay, and US Ambassador to Iraq, Robert Beecroft, and made a phone call to Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (SRSG) for Iraq, Nickolay Mladenov,

    A statement issued on Saturday, Dec. 28, by the Speaker’s Media Bureau said that Nijaifi will continue his contacts to evaluate the political process and rectify its path to guarantee genuine partnership without a preference or favoring to prevent the situation from getting more aggravated.


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    Saleem al-Jubori: the arrest of al-Alwani and killing his brother with members of his family a catastrophic turned aggravating the situation.
    28/12/2013 15:39:00

    Baghdad/ NINA /-- MP ,Saleem al-Jubori the leading member of Mottahidoon Lilislah coalition described the arrest of MP, Ahmed al-Alwani,killing his brother with members of his family as "serious and catastrophic shift authorizing to aggravate the situation ominous.

    He said in a statement today said, "In the hours that have intensified the efforts to end the standoff between the protesters and the prime minister, we read the government in this act that everyone returned to square one and stopped all efforts to end the crisis.


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    Shallah: “Alwani caught red handed in shooting on ISF”
    Saturday, 28 December 2013 21:59

    Baghdad (AIN) –MP Ali al-Shallah of the State of Law Coalition pointed out that “The Independent MP Ahmed al-Alwani is involved red handed in shooting fire on the Iraqi Security Forces,” noting that “According to this fact the Parliamentary authority does not have the right to interfere in his case which is turned to the judicial authority.”

    A security force from the Iraqi Army arrested on Saturday morning MP Ahmed al-Alwani and killed his brother Ali Salman al-Alwani, during armed clashes while the force was trying to implement an arrest warrant against the latter from his house in central Ramadi.

    Shallah clarified in a statement to All Iraq News Agency “The Parliament should support the security forces in its battle against terrorism,” stressing that “The current military operation in Anbar aims to clarify Anbar from Qaeda elements which came as a response for the demands of MPs who were accusing the security forces of not fighting Qaeda elements.”


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    Harb: Parliament approval not required to lift immunity from Alwani

    Saturday, 28 December 2013 21:23

    Baghdad (AIN) –The Legal expert Tariq Harb assured that “Lifting the immunity from the fugitive MP who is accused of committing a crime does not require approval from the Parliament.”

    Harb stated to AIN “Any Parliamentary Member who commits a crime that can be proved can be arrested without need to lift immunity from him according to Article 63 of the Iraqi Constitution which gave the MPs immunity on unproved crimes only.”

    “The proved crimes include murder, terrorist crimes and bribe,” according to Harb, who noted that “The proved crime means the crime which is seen when committed or after committing it or even during armed clashes.”


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    Wardi demands Parliament to hold urgent session over Anbar events

    Saturday, 28 December 2013 17:58

    Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Leqa' Wardi, of the Iraqiya Slate demanded the Parliament to hold an urgent session to discuss the current events taking place in Anbar province.

    Wardi reported in a statement received by AIN ''The Parliament should expedite the process of holding an urgent session to discuss recent political developments on Iraqi arena and the kind of procedures that supposed to be adopted in implementing the military operations in Ramadi city.''

    ''The agenda of the Parliament session should include the case of arresting MP, Ahmed al-Alwani, who enjoys the Parliamentary immunity, after being arrested by army forces on Saturday, today, morning within armed clashes, that resulted in killing his brother, Ali Suleiman al-Alwanii,'' she concluded.

    Wide military operation named (Revenge for the Commander Mohamed), was launched in Anbar province to eliminate the terrorists and Qaeda members.


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    Kurdistan: oil revenue source to Turkey will go to the State Treasury, the Federal

    28-12-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)


    Criticized a member of the Kurdistan Alliance MP Mohammed Qasim position of the federal government from oil contracts between the Kurdistan region and Turkey, hoping that the two sides reach a deal to end the crisis.
    The MP Mohammad in a statement to the Central Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUKcc.org), said on Saturday that Baghdad's position was wrong with regard to oil contracts signed by the region with Turkey, stressing that this position is incorrect and negative impact on the negotiating position of the provincial government with companies Turkish.
    The MP Mohammad to remarks by Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs Shahristani no objection Baghdad on these contracts on condition of marginalization, good and indicate a lack of insistence on the previous position, expressing his wishes that reach Arbil and Baghdad to an agreement on this crisis because its continuation will not serve anyone.
    And MP Mohammed, said the provincial government has not yet begun to export oil through the line link between the Kurdistan Region and Turkey, stressing that there are talks going on between Arbil and Baghdad, and in coordination with the Turkish side of the agreement to develop and imports of oil exported through this pipeline in the Development Fund for Iraq (DFI), and handed over to the Federal Government, stressing that this means that imports this oil will go to the state treasury, stressing that the province does not take anything from these imports except ratio of 17% agreed.


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    Cabinet looking to convert to the province of Halabja, at its next meeting

    28-12-2013 | (Voice of Iraq)

    BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq

    Dr. Khairallah Hassan, Minister of Commerce in the federal government, said Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki may enter the transfer request to the province of the city of Halabja, to the agenda of the next meeting of the Council of Ministers.
    Added Dr. Khairallah Hassan in a statement to the people of Kurdistan TV: "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki may enter the transfer request to the province of the city of Halabja to the agenda of the Council of Ministers after receiving the request from the delegation of the Kurdistan region."
    Added Dr. Khairallah Hassan: "It's in case the Cabinet approved this request will be transferred to the House of Representatives," adding that "the Minister of the Kurds will be working on the approval of this request by the Council of Ministers."
    For his part, expressed MP from the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Khaled Huani believed that the cabinet will approve the request to convert the city of Halabja to the province at its next meeting and demand will be converted to the House of Representatives.
    He said MP Khalid Huani: "The transfer request City Haljbh to the province within the jurisdiction of the committees of the provinces and territories, and legal," stressing: "We Kriash Legal Committee will seek to approve this project as soon as in order to enter into the agenda of the House of Representatives."
    He said MP Khalid Huani that the Kurdistan Alliance bloc will make all efforts to certify the project before the end of the current session of the House of Representatives.


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