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    " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 9 January 2014

    Parliament to hold session on Thursday
    Thursday, 09 January 2014 10:49

    Baghdad (AIN) 傍he parliament session will be held today Thursday where it will read and endorse some law drafts.

    A statement by the parliament received by AIN cited "The parliament session will witness the first reading of the Rights of Turkmen law draft and endorsing some other laws."



    Parliament session starts
    Thursday, 09 January 2014 12:45

    Baghdad (AIN) 傍he parliament session of Thursday has started.

    MP, Hussein al-Shirifi, of al-Ahrar bloc within the Sadr Trend stated to AIN "The parliament Speaker, Osama al-Nijaifi, held the parliament session in presence of 180 MPs where the parliament session includes voting on several laws and reading some others."


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    Zubaidi criticizes delay in submitting budget law to parliament

    Thursday, 09 January 2014 09:54

    Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Bayan Baqir Jabur al-Zubaidi, criticized the delay in submitting the budget law to the parliament for endorsement.

    He stated to AIN "We are waiting for the government to submit the budget law as soon as possible," noting that "It is the first time the budget law delayed by the Council of Ministers till such time."

    "We will take the required measures to specify 5 dollars for the oil producing provinces for each produced and refined barrel," he concluded.


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    UrgentParliament postpones voting on Treaties Law

    Thursday, 09 January 2014 13:50

    Baghdad (AIN) 傍he parliament postponed voting on the Treaties Law.

    Parliamentary source stated to AIN "The vote is postponed due to the lack of required number of MPs to vote on the law."


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    Fallujah witnesses stability after control of ISIL elements

    Thursday, 09 January 2014 11:12

    Salah il-Din (AIN) –The streets of Fallujah city of eastern Ramadi witnesses stability after the control of the elements of what is so called, the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant.

    The correspondent of All Iraq News Agency (AIN) "The streets of Fallujah city witnesses stability and the shops are re-opened after the end of the armed clashes and the control of the tribes."

    The employees in the governmental institutions will resume their work next week.


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    Biden phones Maliki for 2nd time this week, confirms US support to Iraq

    Thursday, 09 January 2014 10:22

    Baghdad (AIN) -Vice President Joe Biden spoke on Wednesday for a second time this week to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, voicing support for the Baghdad government's effort to regain control of the city of Fallujah from al-Qaeda-linked fighters.

    The White House said Biden encouraged al-Maliki to continue talks with local, tribal and national leaders and said Biden welcomed al-Maliki's affirmation Wednesday that Iraqi elections will occur as scheduled in April.

    Biden also spoke to al-Maliki on Monday, voicing concern about those suffering from terrorism.



    Joe Biden Calls Iraqi Leader For Second Time This Week

    01/08/14 03:20 PM ET EST AP

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden spoke on Wednesday for a second time this week to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, voicing support for the Baghdad government's effort to regain control of the city of Fallujah from al-Qaida-linked fighters.

    The White House said Biden encouraged al-Maliki to continue talks with local, tribal and national leaders and said Biden welcomed al-Maliki's affirmation Wednesday that Iraqi elections will occur as scheduled in April.

    The White House said al-Maliki described a series of political initiatives in the embattled Anbar province. Biden endorsed a decision by Iraq's Council of Ministers to provide state benefits to tribal forces killed or injured fighting al-Qaida-linked fighters.

    Biden also spoke to al-Maliki on Monday, voicing concern about those suffering from terrorism.

    The battle for Fallujah looms large for U.S. troops.

    The fighting there began in April 2004 after four security contractors from Blackwater USA were killed and the desecrated bodies of two were hung from a bridge. The so-called second battle of Fallujah occurred seven months later, and for several weeks, Marines went house-to-house in what has been called some of the heaviest urban combat involving the Corps since the Battle of Hue City, Vietnam, in 1968. About 100 Americans died and another 1,000 were wounded during the major fighting there.

    On Wednesday in San Antonio, Texas, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Iraqi forces are handling the current situation in Fallujah. He said it was never the intent of the United States to stay and defend Iraq forever.

    Hagel was asked whether U.S. forces were killed and wounded in Fallujah in vain.

    "I don't agree with the analysis that (U.S.) lives were wasted," Hagel said during a visit to Brooke Army Medical Center. "It's just not true."

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    Iraqi ambassador slams Obama, praises Bush

    Ambassador praises Bush’s ‘ownership’ of relationship


    Iraq’s ambassador to Washington says the Obama administration doesn’t fully grasp the consequences of failing to more aggressively combat a surging al Qaeda threat inside his country, pointedly suggesting that President Obama has been less engaged with Baghdad than his predecessor.

    “The administration has to have a better understanding of any adverse impact of any delay in provision of support to Iraq,” Ambassador Lukman Faily told The Washington Times in an interview Wednesday. “It cannot afford a whole town or province of Iraq falling to al Qaeda and becoming a safe haven. It’s against the U.S. strategic interest. It’s against the U.S. national security to do that.”

    Asked whether the White House could do more to facilitate a tighter relationship with Iraq, Mr. Faily said, “to a certain extent they can. But we are no longer in a period in which we had President Bush, who took ownership of that relationship.”

    With al Qaeda-linked violence surging in Iraq, Mr. Faily urged U.S. leaders in both parties to stop allowing military and nation-building resources for his country to become embroiled in domestic U.S. politics even as he dismissed suggestions that Iraq is in danger of falling into a full-fledged civil war between its Shiite and Sunni populations.

    “I personally think that it’s tragic that the issue of the whole American project in Iraq is now becoming a ball in relations to the party politics within D.C.,” the ambassador said. “I don’t think it’s beneficial for the United States. It’s definitely not beneficial for Iraq to become a tool in Republican versus Democrat or whomever.

    “This is not helpful for U.S. security, it is not helpful for us, it is not helpful for the region.”

    Given word of The Times’ interview with Mr. Faily, the White House responded Wednesday evening that there is a high level of engagement between U.S. and Iraqi officials and that the U.S. is providing extensive military support to Iraq through Washington’s Foreign Military Sales program, but that the Iraqi government needed to take the lead on countering terrorists in the nation.

    National Security Council spokeswoman Bernadette Meehan told The Times in an email, “We are committed to partnering with the government of Iraq to build their capacity to fight terrorism, but the solution to this issue must be an Iraqi-led solution.”

    Still, Mr. Faily made the remarks as violence appeared to be spreading Wednesday beyond Iraq’s western Anbar province, where al Qaeda-linked militants have claimed control of the city of Fallujah and parts of the city of Ramadi for more than a week.

    Authorities said militants killed 12 government soldiers during an attack on Iraqi army barracks north of Baghdad Wednesday, according to a report by The Associated Press.

    Al Qaeda’s gains in Anbar have added fuel to a political fight in Washington over whether the U.S. military should return to Iraq. Some Republicans argue that the Obama administration moved too hastily in pulling U.S. forces out of Iraq two years ago and has not done enough since to help the U.S.-trained Iraqi military maintain security.

    The administration announced this week that it would increase and accelerate delivery to the Iraqi military of surveillance drones, as well as air-to-surface Hellfire missiles. But the situation presents a difficult challenge for the White House — particularly because Mr. Obama ran for office six years ago on a promise of ending the war in Iraq.

    Mr. Faily appeared to take pains to avoid open criticism, but he said the Obama administration has been notably less willing to “buy in” to a strategy of providing deep support to Baghdad than the Bush administration was.

    That reluctance, he suggested, puts the U.S. in the position of ignoring a major strategic interest, particularly since the production of oil in Iraq has the potential to increase to “a level in which it can really stabilize world energy,” he said. “Iraq is the only country with that capability or potential.”


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    Weights imminent agreement between Baghdad and Erbil during the second visit of the delegation of the Kurdish

    BAGHDAD - Ali cowl

    Great optimism, is the title of the second visit of the delegation of the Kurdish to Baghdad after those first contributed to creating an atmosphere of flexibility between the two parties, as observers believe that the most important outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil will be exceeded during this visit in order to speed up the passing of the budget that are still stuck in the cabinet, particularly and in response to a series of demands delusional salaries of the Peshmerga and Kurdistan allocations from the budget.

    As MP for the coalition of state law on Alfalh that the meeting between the two delegations Kurdish and central government to reach some agreements, especially with respect to the initial budget.

    He Alfalh in an interview (public opinion), on Thursday, "it was agreed in the first visit to returning all oil revenue source from Iraq's Kurdistan to the central government," adding that "This is much easier to overcome other things, considering that determine the proportion of the territory after This would be a logical thing. "

    He continued, "The ownership of the Kurdistan imports to the central government based on constitutional grounds that this wealth for all the sons of the Iraqi people, and therefore it does not matter absolutely misses the Constitution."

    He pointed out that the second visit would deal with the detailed material which is within the budget demands of the Kurds in relation to the salaries of the Peshmerga in addition to some other things.

    He Alfalh hope that the spirit of flexibility in the talks between the two parties in order to reach Tfahmah points between the two parties.

    So did not hide the Kurdistan Alliance MP Mohammed Qasim, the presence of sharp differences between the central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq on oil contracts, adding that the first visit to the Kurdish delegation to Baghdad contributed by bringing the views between the two sides.

    Said Mohammed in an interview (public opinion), "the statements of the two delegations negotiator, we can conclude that there is a convergence evident in visions between Baghdad and Erbil," adding that "the agreement between the parties to resolve the outstanding problems would be imminent and visit the Kurdish delegation to Baghdad would be the final, which will be followed by the solution, as he put it. "

    Mohammed said that the two sides eternally intention to resolve the problems and differences between them and to reach understandings are not complete, but will include most of the Almarqlat.


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    09/01/2014 14:44

    Net calls for the presidency of parliament introduced important laws during the remaining period of his age

    Baghdad - and babysit - a student member of the House of Representatives for the province of Babylon MP Hussein al-Safi, the Presidency of the Council of Representatives introduced the important laws that serve the interests of the citizens in the work of the Council's priorities during the remaining period of the life of Parliament.

    Safi said at a news conference attended by the correspondent of the news agency public opinion (and babysit), on Thursday, that we made a request to the presidency of the parliament to display the amendment of the law privileges investigators Alqdaan of two readings first and second in order to vote on it, and the inclusion of the staff of the judiciary in the privileges granted to investigators assessors within amendment submitted on the Law judicial investigators privileges number 80 for the year 2012, just like the rest of the staff of the Iraqi state is an important part of being Amthelo and supportive of the judiciary. "

    He added that "the important thing is that we have demanded is the need to speed up the display retirement law to vote, and the inclusion of members of local councils Cutters and neighborhoods, elected to retire under Article No. 12, which was stopped in Article 40 of the 2012 budget, but we were able to bring it back after great difficulties, but what happened to routine procedures and audit files missed Rights of no small number of them. "

    He said members of parliament, demanding the defense of the rights of members of local councils and neighborhoods Cutters are demanding their salaries as pensions, because this is a legitimate right and a legal matter, and many families, especially as many of them Turcot their jobs after their election as members of local councils not to Aaudo Ozahm yet.


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    09/01/2014 15:22

    Maliki calls on countries supporting terrorism, to stop and warn her that it will backfire on them

    Follow-up - public opinion - called on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, states that funds and supports "terrorism" and protected by the media to stop it, warning that it will backfire on them, as their predecessors cringe.


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    09/01/2014 15:23

    Hakim coalition: 20 deputies total of Representatives joined us from various blocs

    Agencies - a coalition of the wise: 20 deputies total of Representatives joined us from various blocs .


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