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    " The Dinar Daily ", Monday 6 January 2014

    Jaafari meets with Maliki and Hakim, separately
    06/01/2014 09:12:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / The head the Iraqi National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari discussed, at his office in Baghdad , with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, developments in the security situation and the readiness of the security forces to destroy nests of terrorism.

    A statement by Jaafari's office said the two sides discussed during the meeting, developments in the security situation , and the readiness of the security forces to hit nests of terrorism in order to save the lives of citizens in the country and to apply the order. "

    The two sides , according to the statement, confirmed " the need to strengthen the role of the National Alliance in the next phase, because of its effectiveness at the political level and the importance of adhering to the Charter of the electoral competition .

    From another side, Jaafari meets with Ammar al-Hakim, the head of the supreme Islamic council of Iraq , and discussed, according to a statement to the Office of the National Alliance, " the need for continued military operations to eliminate terrorist organizations and strengthen the role of intelligence to extend security and the preservation of democracy and political experience ."

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    CBI Foreign Exchange " spreadsheet " is posted :

    2014 01-Jan NO AUCTION NO AUCTION NO AUCTION NO AUCTION NO AUCTION
    2014 02-Jan NO AUCTION NO AUCTION NO AUCTION NO AUCTION NO AUCTION
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    # 2567 04-Jan 1,220 1,166 151,536 67,340 84,196

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    Military: Halabja is part of Sulaymaniyah and will take their share of the budget of the province

    (Reuters) - The leader of the coalition of state law, Sami al-Askari, Monday, claim that the allocation of the budget of the new deputies to Halabja is not possible, indicating that the Halabja is part of Sulaymaniyah and will take their share of the province.

    Askari said in a press statement, said that "Halabja is part of the Kurdistan region, which takes its share of the budget, amounting to 17%, which is not worth more than 15%," noting that "the claim increase the budget of the province against the backdrop of conversion of Halabja to the province is not possible."

    He added that the military "claim increase the number of MPs is also possible, because each deputy represents 100 thousand citizens," adding that "Halabja is part of Sulaymaniyah was not outside the boundaries of the region in order to increase Bnwabh demands and budget."

    He said that the military "will take a share of Halabja, Sulaymaniyah and share other areas in Erbil and others, so it can not increase the number of deputies region because lawmakers do not distribute to the provinces, but according to the proportions of the population of the provinces."

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    Military: Halabja part of Sulaymaniyah and can not budget allocation or her deputies

    Mon Jan 06 2014 11:20 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Alsumaria News / Baghdad
    MP of the coalition of state law, Sami al-Askari, Monday, claim that the allocation of the budget of the new deputies to Halabja is not possible, indicating that the Halabja is part of Sulaymaniyah and will take their share of the province.

    Askari said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "Halabja is part of the Kurdistan region, which takes its share of the budget, amounting to 17%, which is not worth more than 15%," noting that "the claim to increase the budget of the province against the backdrop of conversion of Halabja to the province is possible. "

    He added that the military "claim increase the number of MPs is also possible, because each deputy represents 100 thousand citizens," adding that "Halabja is part of Sulaymaniyah was not outside the boundaries of the region in order to increase Bnwabh demands and budget."

    He said that the military "will take a share of Halabja, Sulaymaniyah and share other areas in Erbil and others, so it can not increase the number of deputies region because lawmakers do not distribute to the provinces, but according to the proportions of the population of the provinces."

    And was a member of the parliamentary Finance Committee Najeebeh Najib praised, on Sunday (January 5, 2014), with the approval of the federal government to make the elimination of Halabja province, and while confirming that this province will have a dedicated financial ratios appointments and deputies in parliament, has ruled that you get chaos in the country after conversion Halabja to the province.

    And approved by the Council of Ministers, in (December 31, 2013), the majority of attendees at the request of the Kurdistan Regional Government to make the elimination of Halabja, a new province in the region and Iraq.

    That came after the student president of Iraq's Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, on (December 26 2013), the central government to complete the legal and administrative procedures in order to raise the administrative level to the city of Halabja to the province, while calling for compensation for the victims of the chemical bombardment.

    The city of Halabja 0.83 kilometers southeast of the province of Sulaymaniyah, exposed to air and artillery bombardments chemical bombs on 16 March 1988 during the Iran-Iraq war killed nearly five thousand people dead and a large number of wounded.

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    Justice reveal the involvement of the state in large warheads smuggled al Qaeda prisoners

    Follow-up - and babysit -

    Detection and Iraqi Justice Minister Hassan al-Shammari, the big heads in the state facilitated the escape of al-Qaeda prisoners from the prisons of Abu Ghraib and Taji in Baghdad last July.

    Al-Shammari said in a press statement today that the "protection forces withdrew prisons such as the storming of the Al-Qaeda and the launch of two of their comrades."

    A source in the Ministry of the Interior stated in, the 21 of July 2013, that several mortar shells fell on Abu Ghraib prison west of Baghdad, followed by the outbreak of clashes between the special force came to the prison after the fall of the shells and gunmen attacked during approached the prison building, also landed a number of mortar shells Prison near Taji Whale explosion followed several explosive devices on the road leading to the prison, noting that "unidentified gunmen attacked then the protection elements prison which led to the outbreak of violent clashes between the two parties."

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    Islamic Insurgents Flushed Out of Sunni Cities, 71 Killed in Fighting
    By RUDAW 4/1/2014




    Islamic Insurgents Flushed Out of Sunni Cities, 71 Killed in Fighting

    BAGHDAD, Iraq - In an effort to retake the cities of Fallujah and Ramadi from al-Qaeda insurgents, Iraqi troops poured into both cities on Friday, chasing them into the outskirts in fighting that killed 71 militants and wounded more than 30 civilians.

    The troops were backed by armed members of the tribal “Awakening Council,” led by Sheikh Ahmad Aburish.

    Fighters of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), al-Qaeda’s regional affiliate, took over most government buildings and police stations last week in reaction to what they said was the treatment of Sunni protesters in Anbar province by Iraq’s Shiite-led government.

    Aburish said that the 71 insurgents killed in the operation included the head of the group, Abu Abdulrahman al-Baghdadi. He said more than 30 civilians were hurt.

    The balance of power tipped in favor of Iraqi armed forces after tribal fighters joined the government in trying to flush out the radical insurgents from the city.

    Despite their fight against the insurgents, tribal chiefs say they refuse to accept the mayor of Fallujah and several high-ranking police and security officials to remain in their posts.

    Aburish told the Arabic Al-Hayat newspaper that the tribal chiefs have gathered to discuss the appointment of a new mayor and the transfer of the police officers in question.

    For months, residents of the predominantly Sunni Anbar province have been demonstrating on a semi-regular basis against the government of the Shiite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, accusing him of neglecting and marginalizing their regions over offering public services.

    The recent fighting and unrest, however, were triggered after the arrest of Sunni MP Ahmad al-Alwani by Iraqi security forces last week and the killing of several members of his family and bodyguards.

    On Friday, the spokesman for the Sunni al-Mutahidun bloc told the Al-Hayat newspaper that the release of Alwani would be key to ending the crisis in Anbar
    .
    Meanwhile, Iraq’s Sunni and tribal leaders are careful not to antagonize the government by siding with the Islamic insurgents, who claim to be there in their support.

    The Awakening Council proved vital in defeating al-Qaeda and its affiliate groups in Iraq in 2007, and since then it has maintained links with the central government.

    On Friday, members of the tribal fighting force engaged the insurgents in street fights in Fallujah and Ramadi.

    Amid the fighting, Iraq’s state-run Al-Iraqiya TV reported the death of al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS.

    It was also reported that Maliki had ordered troops to avoid clashing with civilians, and that they were there to back the local police in restoring order in the province.

    Meanwhile, the United Nations refugee agency reported on Friday that the number of Iraqi refugees arriving in neighboring Jordan has spiked since the start of the recent unrest in Anbar. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that more than 400 Iraqi families have been arriving in Jordan daily to register as refugees.

    The presence of Islamic insurgents has clearly added to the grievances of the local people. Aburishh, the head of the Awakening Council, said that the group has tried to block the main highway that connects Anbar with the rest of the country.

    As the fighting raged in Fallujah, the office of Iraq’s parliamentary speaker Osama al-Nujaifi said the security forces had prevented him and a number of Sunni MPs from attending the Friday sermon in Baghdad’s Abu Hanifa mosque.

    In a public statement Nujaifi’s office said it condemned the act, and warned that the capital’s security chief would be summoned to parliament to answer for his action.

    The Abu Hanifa mosque is situated in the Sunni Aadhamiya neighborhood, where Iraqi authorities had feared the presence of the Sunni MPs might ignite further unrest.

    http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/....HO2oFYRp.dpuf

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    Iraq’s Sunnis Feel Shortchanged
    By Yerevan Saeed

    Once more, Fallujah dominates the headlines. For several years after the US invasion of Iraq, the Sunni town was a hotbed of insurgents, where Baghdad regained control only after the tribes took up arms and drove out the insurgents in 2008.

    Over the past three years, however, the Shiite-led government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki began persecuting the Sunnis. Random arrests became common, senior Sunni leaders and officials -- including the former vice president Tariq al-Hashmi and former finance minister Rafie al-Essawi – were charged with terrorism, forcing them into exile or resignation.

    The Sunni populations feel marginalized by lack of public services, high unemployment and unfair treatment by Baghdad.

    All these pushed the Sunnis to start wide-scale demonstrations in the Sunni areas of the country against the Shiite-led government in Baghdad in the winter of 2012. It started from Ramadi and Fallujah and then spread to Diyala, Salahaddin and the ethnically-mixed provinces of Nineveh and Kirkuk.

    While negotiations occurred between the government and protestors from time to time, Baghdad never meant to address the underlining issues and demands of the Iraqi Sunnis. Rather, it was working to weaken the protestors and the Sunnis by the traditional tactic of “divide and rule.” The government empowered some tribal chiefs, while making threats and issuing arrest warrants against others.

    This hide-and-seek game between the government and protestors culminated in the deadly attack by the Iraqi security forces on the sit-in protests in the town of Hawija last April, where more than 60 protestors were killed and hundreds more wounded. None of the security officials have been held accountable by the courts or the government for this massacre.

    Instead of addressing the Sunni grievances through political and economic means, Baghdad continues to apply security solutions to bring the Sunnis -- and alleged al-Qaeda elements among the protestors -- under control.

    This strategy of Baghdad to tackle the security concerns in Anbar province, have also pushed the Sunnis and Islamic extremists into a single front against the central government. Now, there is a huge deficit of trust between the Sunnis and the Shiite-led government in Baghdad. The Sunnis believe Baghdad’s Shiite government has betrayed them and forgotten their role in siding with Iraqi troops against the al-Qaeda insurgents in 2008. They complain that their salaries have been cut and their leaders shut out of the political process.

    At the moment, there is a three-way clash going on in Anbar province, one among the Sunni tribes themselves, another between the Sunni tribes and al-Qaeda and the third between the tribes and the government.

    Some Sunni tribes have allied with the government again, while others have become allies of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). When the war is over, Maliki has to remember the Sunnis and their demands, because this is where things fell apart the last time. The government will have to bring the Sunnis into the political process, offer jobs and public services and stop random arrests.

    It is hard to predict the outcome of this crisis. What is clear, however, is that the situation will only continue to worsen if the government persists in using only military force to face the Sunnis.

    Yerevan Saeed is a graduate of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Boston

    http://rudaw.net/english/opinion/050....5KQ5bzS7.dpuf

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    Atwani Sayadi and join the coalition of state law

    Mon Jan 06 2014 16:42 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Alsumaria News / Baghdad

    Revealed the leadership of the coalition of state law, Salah Abdul Razzaq, on Monday, has joined the leadership of the mass of the citizen F Atwani and independent MP Kazem Sayadi coalition, as pointed out he had not yet confirmed the withdrawal of Hanan al of the coalition or not.

    Abdul Razak said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "I did not contact the Attorney Hanan al even time to confirm the news of her resignation or not," pointing out that "the withdrawals and the changes taking place in the political coalitions and lists come within the electoral movement."

    He added that he "can not in any case the Vice Fatlawi that the change of its political positions day and night."

    Furthermore, he pointed out Abdul Razzaq that "joined a coalition of state law yesterday, leader of the mass of the citizen F Atwani and independent MP Kazem Sayadi at the time that came out which of the deputies of the coalition of state law," noting that "These changes come as part of nominations and sequences election."

    A source familiar with from within the State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki revealed, earlier in the day Monday, in an interview for "Alsumaria News", the MP Hanan al decided to withdraw from the coalition, attributing the reason to the differences with the Dawa Party, the WIN coalition.

    The independent MP Kazem Sayadi stressed in (September 19, 2013) Close to joining a coalition of state law, while attributing his exit from the block free two years ago to the "absence" of a clear strategy in its work.

    It is noteworthy that the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr announced (November 2010) innocence of Sayadi, and described as "brazen", calling on the political body of the stream to make it an example to others, against the backdrop of assault has done a security leaders in Wasit province.

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    Kurdistan calls for united to adopt dialogue and abandon boycott

    Mon Jan 06 2014 14:14 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Twilight News

    Called the Kurdistan Alliance, Monday, Mass, "united", led by House Speaker Osama Najafi to reverse the decision to suspend the membership of deputies in the parliament and to resort to dialogue to shut down the road in front of the organization "Daash" to take advantage of differences.

    A spokesman for the Kurdistan Alliance pro-Tayeb's "Twilight News", to withdraw from the political process will not help and will not solve the differences that exist, and everyone resort to dialogue to resolve any differences away from escalation.

    He added that political differences open the door for organizations "terrorist" and the enemies of Iraq to take advantage of them and everyone will be affected them, calling for the need to return all the blocks of the House of Representatives and start a serious dialogue to end the differences.

    And demanded that the majority of the blocks within the House of Representatives bloc "united" to reverse the decision to suspend the membership of its members in the House of Representatives to discuss the implications of the existence of "Daash" in Anbar and focus on supporting the security forces to restore security.

    And advised the Liberal bloc parliamentary bloc last week "united" to leave the issue of MP Ahmed al-Alwani to eliminate in order to be resolved by the judicial institution without political interference.

    The security force detained a subsidiary of the fight against terrorism last month united bloc MP Ahmed al-Alwani, the center of Ramadi after its launch fire on security forces, a charge denied by the block that belongs Alwani.

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    Central Bank is to accept deposits of a new Iraqi BIS (gain) and calls for the development of comprehensive banking

    Mon Jan 06 2014 13:51 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Long-Presse / Baghdad

    Considered the Central Bank of Iraq, on Monday, that the declaration of acceptance of Bank for International Settlements and additional deposits "win-win situation" for the country, and called for investment in order to achieve comprehensive development in the government and private banks and adhere to international standards in preparation for a credit rating.

    The Bank for International Settlements (BIS), or the Bank for International Settlements, based in Basel, Switzerland, may feel the Iraqi Central Bank, in, (the 29th of December 2013 the past), his willingness to accept deposits Iraq fiscal 2014 current.

    The governor of the Iraqi Central Bank and the Agency, Abdul-Basit Turki, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The Bank for International Settlements, a bank world's central banks, and the regulatory system of the international banking banks all, in terms of commitment to the decisions of the Basel, which determine the efficiency of the banking systems , "pointing to" the possibility of getting shares in the bank, which has a membership of 60 central banks including the Central Bank of Iraq, by individuals and non-governmental entities, and in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations. "

    Turki added that "BIS plans annually to invest cash reserves deposited with him by the world's central banks," noting that "the bank differs from the Fund for the Protection of Iraqi funds DFI, which was established under the UN resolution, to deposit the proceeds of Iraqi oil after the year 2003

    The governor of the Iraqi Central Bank and the Agency, that "exchange reserves at the central bank comes from these deposits after the transition government to the local currency (the dinar)," pointing out that "the Iraqi funds that were frozen in the nineties of the last century, was at the Bank for International Settlements did not subject to any legal prosecution being protected from them. "

    He continued, Turkish, that "BIS contributes to strengthening financial cooperation and funding of global as well as it is not subject to accountable to any government," Msttrda that "the implementation of this procedure will achieve better returns for funds Iraq with keeping them in safe places, especially since the Bank for International Settlements invest in a part of the Central Bank's investment portfolio, which is part of the cover of the currency (cash reserve) and the risks and benefits of a few large ".

    He called on the governor of the Iraqi Central Bank and the Agency, to "invite investment BIS to achieve comprehensive development in the government and private banks as well as the commitment of the Basel standards and the adoption of corporate governance and labor regulations to promote the reality of modern banking in the country and to seek credit rating."

    The credit rating credit rating, is the degree of solvency or merit in the economy, which is estimated from which to experience some of the agencies specialized business, to assess the validity or person's eligibility for loans, or the merits of the company, or even the state for loans, which in this study the the financial viability of the company or the person or the state, and the extent of its credit on the loan and ability to repay, and takes into account the records of the person or the company or the state, and its disposal in the past for the payment of its debts.

    The Bank for International Settlements, BIS was established in (17 May 1930), under an intergovernmental agreement by Germany, Belgium, France, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Italy, Japan, the United States and Switzerland, to facilitate reparations imposed on Germany by the Treaty of Versailles after World War first. The Charter has been drafted for the bank in the international bankers conference in the German city of Baden-Baden in November and adopted its charter in the Hague Conference II in January 20, 1930.

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    Sadr calls on Maliki to visit protest sites in Anbar

    Opponents of Muqtada al-Sadr, the head of the Sadrist Movement, criticize him for embracing a peaceful rhetoric and calling for reconciliation, joint participation [in politics] and being open to others. This contrasts the image of a militia commander that the media had painted of him after 2003. These opponents remain skeptical about this shift and the motives behind it. But those who support Sadr's political and intellectual developments that crystallized after 2008 accuse his opponents — especially those in the Shiite community — of objecting to Sadr's rebellion against this stereotype and of competing for political clout.


    Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/poli...#ixzz2pdGmYNoq

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