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    " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 20 March 2014

    " Evict Maliki " Countdown is 41 Days until the SCHEDULED Election ***

    * NOTE that the countdown notice has been amended to qualify the Election as " Scheduled " to give emphasis to the tenuous state of political / constitutional affairs in Iraq in recent days and specifically the mention in the news of a possible delay in the election due to the Anbar diaspora.

    Please rate this thread to let us know what you think of our new format .. (see right upper corner "Rate This Thread". RED LILY ~
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    Re: " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 20 March 2014

    Maliki, parliament in legal battle over budget

    In Iraq, the issue of ratifying the general budget has outshone the deteriorating security situation and the escalating incidents in Anbar, since it is directly related to all aspects of the lives of citizens. The ratification has currently become an arena of conflict between the legislative and executive authorities.

    That the parliament is insisting on not ratifying the budget until a consensus is reached over all the articles will not prohibit the government from disbursing the shares. This is what Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki announced during his weekly speech on March 5, whereby he said, “We unanimously decided within the cabinet to disburse the amounts. This is our moral and constitutional responsibility, whether they ratified the budget or not.”

    Parliament Speaker Osama al-Nujaifi, however, accused Maliki of “violating the Constitution,” warning against “the cabinet disbursing the budget prior to the ratification of the parliament.” He said he considered “any decision to use the money prior the ratification as embezzlement.”

    According to legal experts, the unilateral decision of Maliki to disburse the 2014 budget without consulting the parliament does not contradict laws and legislation. Maliki based his decision on the Financial Management and Public Debt Law No. 95 of 2004, which was signed by Paul Bremer, the administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority.

    The law mentions in Section 7, Article 4: “If the federal budget is not approved by the body vested with national legislative authority by December 31, the Minister of Finance will, on a monthly basis, approve funds for spending units up to 1/12 (one-twelfth) of appropriations of the previous fiscal year until a budget is approved. The funds so provided for can be used only for liquidation of existing commitments, salaries, pensions, social security payments, and debt service.”

    Given that 62% of the budget is allocated to operating expenses while 38% is for investment, the government will be able to disburse the largest share of the budget in accordance with the aforementioned law, even if the budget was not ratified by the parliament.

    According to observers, the government knew well the loopholes needed to win the lawsuit filed before the Federal Court on Nov. 13, 2013, to be granted the right to disburse the budget.

    Ali Tamimi, a legal expert, explained to Al-Monitor: “The appeal filed by the government to the federal court aims to grant the government freedom and to provide a legal cover to disburse the operating and investment shares of the budget without referring to the parliament, based on the principles ‘necessity knows no law’ and according to Article 93 of the Constitution. This article has put the settlement of disputes related to the implementation of the law within the scope of competence of the federal court, whose decisions are final and binding to the premierships and all affiliated governmental institutions.”

    The parliamentary Financial Committee considered that the insistence of Maliki to overstep the legislative authorities is a dangerous precedent within democratic regimes, and his attempts to disburse the budget away from the parliament are unconstitutional.

    Najiba Najib, a member of the Financial Committee, said in a phone interview with Al-Monitor that it is necessary to limit the competence of budget disbursement to the parliament, saying that it is “the legitimate representative of the people and the body entitled to decide on the people’s needs.”

    When it comes to the reaction of the parliament in case the government won the lawsuit, Najib said, “The parliament and it members have become marginalized and can no longer counter the executive power and the ruling party, because Maliki is controlling the intelligence services, the ministries of defense and interior, as well as judicial agencies, and even the committees that are supposed to be independent.”

    Even though the delay to ratify the budget grew from disputes between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), the stance of the Kurds was in line with that of Maliki, since they voiced the necessity of disbursing the operating budget. This is the result of the pressures the region faced with demonstrations protesting the non-disbursement of employees’ salaries, and the fact that public banks are lacking cash. They demanded the central government take a strict decision and use the effects of this non-disbursement on the livelihoods of the people as a card to pressure the Kurdistan region.

    MP and Kurdish leader Farhad Rassoul told Al-Monitor that he welcomed the “attempt of the government to disburse the operating share of the budget.” Rassoul believes that it is not possible to deprive employees of their salaries, which they use to support their families. Rassoul affirmed at the same time that Kurds have much to say about the investment budget and cannot ratify it without making some amendments.

    Economic experts said that public spending and the ability of the state to pay its dues for creditors are two factors that increase national production and ensure continuing demand. Maitham Luaibi, an economics professor at Mustansiriya University, told Al-Monitor that “the referral of the government to the law of financial management will allow it to disburse the shares that ensure the state will pay its due to creditors, and will contribute to the continuity of demand, given the importance of public spending for the market. In fact, public spending plays a role in reviving the economy, too.” LINK

    RED LILY ~ MALIKI must be in DIRE NEED for some pocket change or he is trying to cover his expenses for when he has to retire and go into exile ::: “We unanimously decided within the cabinet to disburse the amounts. ::: And WHO THE HECK IS "WE"? The cabinet = Malikis BACK POCKET~

    So who is it that does not understand the constitution? Maliki? or Najaifi? ::: Osama al-Nujaifi, however, accused Maliki of “violating the Constitution,” warning against “the cabinet disbursing the budget prior to the ratification of the parliament.” ::: Who can you REALLY trust?~

    ::: According to legal experts, the unilateral decision of Maliki to disburse the 2014 budget without consulting the parliament does not contradict laws and legislation. :::
    Hmmm...and WHO ARE these "Legal Experts"? The judges HE placed in the Federal Courts over there?~

    This article states that it says this ::: The law mentions in Section 7, Article 4: “If the federal budget is not approved by the body vested with national legislative authority by December 31, the Minister of Finance will, on a monthly basis, approve funds for spending units up to 1/12 (one-twelfth) of appropriations of the previous fiscal year until a budget is approved. The funds so provided for can be used only for liquidation of existing commitments, salaries, pensions, social security payments, and debt service.” ::: NOW... THIS actually makes sense to me. As bad as I hate to say it.
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    Re: " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 20 March 2014

    Disqualified candidates spark controversy in Iraq

    (L-R) Iraqi Transportation Minister Hadi al-Amiri, Finance Minister Rafi al-Issawi and Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari
    attend a committee meeting in Baghdad, April 29, 2012. (photo by REUTERS)

    The newly issued judicial decisions disqualifying election candidates in Iraq have reopened the debate on the standards of justice and equal opportunity for candidates.

    This time the controversy was accompanied by a debate on the loose mechanisms preventing those covered by the de-Baathification measures from running in the elections, after the judicial committee, which is associated with the Independent High Electoral Commission, issued a resolute and unappealable decision against a group of current members of parliament and ministers. This group includes Rafi al-Issawi from the Mutahidoun bloc, Abdul Dhiab al-Ojailim member of the Iraqiya List, Jawad al-Shahyla and Sabah al-Saadi from the al-Ahrar movement and Mithal al-Alusi of the Civil Movement.

    The legal framework for this disqualification comes under Article 8 of the Iraqi Electoral Law, which sets forth conditions that electoral candidates must meet. This includes the condition that candidates “shall be of good conduct and shall not be convicted for a dishonorable crime.” Meanwhile, the lawsuits that have been filed against the disqualified MPs have mostly been related to statements they made, or corruption charges that have not been ruled on given the legislative immunity granted to MPs.

    In form, the disqualification goes in line with the text of the aforementioned article and ensures that defendants are brought to court once immunity is removed, and that their victory in the elections will prevent them from facing the charges brought against them for four more years.

    As a matter of content, the immunity prevents MPs from being legally considered as “defendants,” and therefore are innocent until proven guilty. The guilt shall only be proven in a resolute and applicable court ruling, which was stated in the same article, provided that a ruling is issued against the disqualified candidate.

    This matter adds to the unresolved loopholes that are open to interpretation, which are plentiful in the Iraqi constitution and laws.

    It is even stranger that these MPs are not the only ones facing unsettled lawsuits. The Iraqi legal turmoil has allowed over the past years a large number of politicians, and even many ordinary citizens, to be involved in cases that could remain in courts for years.

    The standards of justice seem to overlap at this point. For instance, the Electoral Law did not elaborate whether the charges brought against the politician — convicted or not — are considered sufficient to prohibit him from running in the elections. Thus, this prevents many candidates from being disqualified, although their legal conditions seem to be similar to those candidates who have been disqualified. Therefore, the disqualification issue is linked to settling electoral scores to the advantage of political parties.

    All this controversy is the product of an Iraqi law that did not specify criteria to govern legislative immunity. Is it absolute or restricted to specific cases? Are there any mechanisms that allow the resolution of unresolved cases within the framework of this “immunity”?

    Perhaps the blame can be placed upon the MPs themselves for not following up on these cases with the legal system and for not invoking their immunity when responding to charges. Yet, this explanation is not sufficient, particularly if the MP was actually referred to the judiciary and his case was not settled prior to the elections.

    The interpretation of the law must be linked to the supreme value of the popular representation of the MP. The disqualification of any MP having an ambiguous legal status means that the voters’ will has been taken away. This requires additional caution in dealing with such details, particularly since the legislative immunity issue is not randomly brought up in every political experience, and the MP's immunity is not regarded as personal immunity, but rather immunity for the voters’ will.

    The recent legal disqualification issue is in fact a booby trap that has been detonated ahead of the elections, and it will lead to a controversy that will last until after the elections — a controversy not less than the one provoked by the de-Baathification measures for more than 10 years now. LINK
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    Re: " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 20 March 2014

    Mass citizen suggests adjusting the quantities of oil and satellite Kurdistan is committed to the harmonic solution


     Baghdad / Mohammad Sabah

    While holding the Kurdistan Alliance and the "united" the need for continued meetings with the "troika" to reach a "compromise solution" to the crisis of the federal budget, accused the coalition of state law, the Commission failed and called for the inclusion of the budget for the second reading.

    said coalition prime minister said the meeting of the Committee put forward ideas can be discussed in reading Second, stressing that he would return to boycott sessions devoid of the budget discussion.

    but mass citizen attributed the continuing differences not to approve oil and gas law, calling to set up counters in all the oil wells are not in Kurdistan only, and linked to a satellite for the quantities of exported oil, stressing that estimates of the Ministry of Oil on the quantities exported "inaccurate."

    and MP Baqir al-Zubaidi, the head of the citizen's parliamentary, that "the state budget delayed a year because of differences between the political blocs," returned the delay as "will not solve, but the adoption of the law of oil and gas inactivated."

    he added Al-Zubaidi, during a press conference with members of the bloc and attended (range Press), "The Council of Ministers has committed the Kurdistan region to export 400 thousand barrels per day, although the latter can not it," noting that "the mass of citizens will propose to the presidency of the parliament, put counters on wells the oil to adjust the export operations of them. "

    explained the head of the citizen that "the proposal is based on the agreement chock signed by, when I was finance minister with the International Monetary Fund," noting that "the Convention stipulates that the federal government and the provinces of Petroleum Exporting erect Electronic counters determine the quantity exported from each well on the subject, however, to monitor the FAD. "

    stressed Al-Zubaidi that those "counters will determine the correct amount, which is extracted from each well as well as those exported," returned that "most of the estimates of the Ministry of Oil on the quantities of exported oil inaccurate."

    continued Chairman Bloc citizens that "the Convention also provides for linking crude oil tankers via satellite to be under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Oil and the Office of Financial Supervision and the Committee on oil and energy parliamentary, because the pricing of oil vary from one country to another."

    decided the House of Representatives, on Monday, the formation of a committee composed of the Chairman Finance parliamentary Haider al-Abadi and chairman of the Oil and Energy Committee, Adnan al-Janabi, the head of the Kurdistan Alliance parliamentary Fuad Masum, to resolve the dispute continued between the federal government and the Kurdistan region on the budget of 2014.

    In this context, says MP Mohsen al-Sadoun, deputy head of the Kurdistan Alliance, said that "the parliamentary committee began its work on Monday and there is no obstacles to its work. "

    said Saadoun "long", that "it is wrong to judge a committee charged with the newly, to find appropriate solutions to the federal budget, it has failed and will continue to meet on a daily basis until the crystallization of ideas and convictions on the agreement to pass the budget."

    He criticized the vice president of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc position of a coalition of state law from the Tripartite Commission calling for "giving way to the tripartite committee to discuss the problems of the budget as an export and production of the Kurdistan region oil and other things."

    For his part, MP Ahmed electrodes, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, that " Tripartite Commission mission to reach a political consensus to pass a federal budget, "adding," It is not logical to rule on this committee to fail and the failure to reach a positive outcome. "

    confirms electrodes in a statement to "long", "The Tripartite Commission still has time to find possible solutions that accelerate the adoption of the budget political consensus without any exclusion of any component of the people. "

    the MP for mass united "The vote on the budget is subject to a successful work of the Tripartite Commission to reach political consensus," pointing out that "the attempt legislation to the budget by one party to serve his interests will be difficult From passed in the House of Representatives. "

    and stressed member of the Finance Committee that "the meetings of the Tripartite Commission will be daily and it will provide its final report to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives during the next week."

    But a coalition of state law insists on "the need to reach a tripartite committee to agreement on the budget at its first meeting ", announcing the boycott of parliament sessions on the back of non-inclusion on the agenda.

    said MP Khalid al-Attiyah, the head of the state law, parliamentary during a press conference inside the parliament building and attended the "long", "The State of Law bloc announced its boycott of parliament sessions on the background of the failure of the the meeting of the Tripartite Commission for agreement on the general budget bill, "adding," it is necessary to present the budget on the agenda of the meeting for the presentation of the second reading. "

    He said al-Attiyah that "the mass of a coalition of state law will not attend any meeting, but the inclusion of the budget law on the agenda to read it a second reading" .

    In the same context, said Haider al-Abadi, head of the Finance Committee and member of the Trilateral Commission, that "the meeting of the Tripartite Commission ensures put a set of ideas and insights that can be discussed in the second reading."

    added a senior lawmaker in the state law, at a news conference attended by "term" Council Representatives yesterday, "The committee did not reach a decision to solve all the problems, including the issue of the amount of oil exported by the province and the place of deposit revenues."

    The House of Representatives put up Sunday a draft federal budget for the first reading in the presence of 164 deputies in spite of the absence of the Kurdistan Alliance and the province are united. Link

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    Re: " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 20 March 2014

    Shi'ite sources: to meet with Maliki and Hakim was hot and Iran entered into a truce line

    20.03.2014 (0:01 pm) -

    Baghdad / term

    Sources Shiite political existence pressures Iran on al-Maliki's rapprochement with all political parties, including the Kurds and Sunnis, noting that the meeting between al-Hakim and al-Maliki was "hot" and ensure censure stern between the two sides, but ended up reaching a "calm" during the remaining period of the start of the legislative elections.

    And on what has been traded during the past two days about the "Iranian high personal" visit to Baghdad and his meeting with the parties to the National Alliance, the sources said in exclusive statements to "long", it was "neither confirms nor denies the visit at a time that does not rule out doing it."

    But sources confirm that "all parties including the National Alliance and al-Hakim and al-Jaafari of the Dawa Party and others met with senior Iranian official during a conference hosted by the Islamic Awakening Tehran recently."

    And emphasizes sources that "Tehran has recently started Baeidh contacts with each of the Sadr and Hakim and restore warmth to their relationship with them after that marred a bit of chill in the past years against the backdrop of the conflict, which Khadah with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki."

    And draws out that "the Iranians believe that al-Maliki failed in Anbar and began pressing him for an understanding with Sunni Arabs and Kurds to whiten their page of any role for them in the crisis experienced by the country, particularly the ongoing military operations in Anbar."

    Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki visited, on Tuesday evening, President of the Islamic Supreme Council Ammar al-Hakim in his office after a few days of criticism and described her last Ballazah to the Prime Minister demanding that he stop the "political miscarriage," which criticized the political performance of the Intergovernmental Panel.

    The sources said that "to meet with Maliki and Hakim was very hot and included a stern censure exchanged parties and the meeting ended as it began," adding that "The prime minister expressed his dismay at the tone of criticism that started up recently in a speech wise."

    The sources, who spoke on condition retaining its identity under wraps, saying that "the wise Sarh al-Maliki that his speeches, in his council weekly, were not directed personally and is usually talking about the political performance away from the personalization."

    The sources added that "the meeting touched on the issues of the first of three political miscarriage between the two sides and the appeal submitted by the local government of Basra and stir the files of corruption against the head of the Hajj and Umrah Muhammad Taqi al-Mawla and pull his hand them under the pretext of the existence of an investigation by the Integrity Commission."

    The sources confirmed that "the meeting the two parties ended up reaching an agreement to pacify the discourse Altsagaiti of both parties and the freezing of appeal with the Governor of Basra until after the elections and re-Mawla to the Hajj," pointing out that "the head of the Supreme Council expressed dismay at the targeting of Chairman of the Hajj under the pretext of the existence of corrupted files , describing it as the targeting of political and waved to the owners to raise the files of corruption against officials affiliated with him and threatened to re-map the local government who thinks he has won 6 of them but preferred to share it with the rule of law and the Sadr movement, "adding that" the meeting Hot ensure mutual recognition between the two parties that they closest to apart from the rest of the other parties which requires the need for de-escalation and understanding of the sensitive issues. "

    The sources reveal that "Mawla received a communication, a day after a meeting of al-Hakim and al-Maliki, telling him to change the Commission of Inquiry, in a move paving the way for him back to his work in the body." Link

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    Re: " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 20 March 2014

    20.03.2014 (0:01 pm)

    Lockheed Martin wins contract to maintain the U.S. cargo planes to Iraq 24 million dollars

    BAGHDAD / long-Presse

    Announced that Lockheed Martin, the U.S., on Wednesday, said it has received from the U.S. Department of Defense contract to supply Iraq with equipment maintenance and training on cargo aircraft C-130J, which sold for the benefit of the Iraqi air force, "while showed that the value of the contract amounted to 24 million dollars.

    To order confirmed by the U.S. Agency for International Development, USAID, the development plans of the Iraqi characterized by vision "wide and optimistic" for the future of the country's economic and, while expressed its readiness to assist Iraq in developing its human to manage large projects, expressed the pride of the United States, including made to Iraq during the past three years in this regard.

    She said Lockheed Martin, in a statement received (range Press) a copy of it, "The company has received a contract from the Department of Foreign sales contracts at the Pentagon $ 24 million for the benefit of Iraq and that he regards the Air Force."

    The company added that "the deal includes supplying Iraq with simulation training to perform maintenance of military transport aircraft C-130J sold by the United States to the Iraqi Air Force."

    The simulators Lockheed for training exist in east Orange County in California, and that the work will be carried out at Baghdad International Airport until December 31, 2017.

    The Lockheed Martin announced, last May, the Iraqi Air Force is preparing to take over the three aircraft (C-130J Super Hercules) allocated for military air transport, indicating they are a last meal of the agreement between the two sides

    And struck the Iraqi government contract Lockheed Martin, in 2008, on the purchase of six aircraft of the type (C-130-J), amounting to a billion and a half billion dollars, equivalent to 250 million dollars per aircraft if the total amount to six, plus cut Parts and training courses for pilots and maintenance technicians.

    In a related context, said Sarah Ann Lynch, director of the U.S. Agency for International Development, said that "the development plans of the Iraqi characterized the vision of a broad and optimistic for the independent country's economic," noting that "the success of that plan requires reliance on the largest possible number of experts and specialists in the field of development" .

    This came during the National Conference of Project Management, established by the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers of Iraq, on Wednesday at the Rashid Hotel, in cooperation with the Iraqi administrative reform project (thread), and attended (range Press).

    She Lynch that "the project of administrative reform of the Iraqi (thread) which is sponsored by the U.S. government in cooperation with their Iraqi counterparts was an important partner in the development of projects of Iraq and the capital investment," indicating that "the U.S. government is proud of what I did to Iraq during the past three years in this area."

    Responsible and promised that the U.S. "Iraq has made progress in the area of ​​training expertise to manage projects at both internal and external," pointing out that "the United States is working to help Iraq on the optimal investment of funds and develop the economy and provide good services to citizens."

    The Director of the U.S. Agency for International Development that "the agency is looking forward to working with Iraq to develop its economy by employing his abilities optimum way, and raise the level of partnership with him to reach the best formula for the management of large projects for the development of infrastructure."

    It held that "the U.S. government is seeking cooperation with its partner, the Iraqi to develop global standards for the management of the projects at both federal and provincial," and increased that "the U.S. government is working today through the Agency for International Development, to reduce the level of poverty and deprivation through projects that contribute to the creation of more jobs work and increase the level of income. " It is noteworthy that the U.S. Agency for International Development nited States Agency for International Development, known as short USAID, the U.S. government agency responsible mainly for the management of foreign aid civil.

    RED LILY ~ Moving right along ~
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    Re: " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 20 March 2014

    BAGHDAD / long-Presse

    The President of the House of Representatives, on Wednesday, to adjourn the meeting of the 14, from the second legislative term of the legislative year, the fourth, until further notice, while the session witnessed discuss the crisis taking place in Anbar province, from the human side and vote on forcing the Electoral Commission for elections not to the exclusion of candidates is governed.

    The source said in an interview with the (long-Presse), "The Iraqi Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi decided to adjourn the meeting of the 14th legislative term of the second legislative year, the fourth until further notice," noting that "The session saw the discussion of the crisis Anbar province of Alhanb humanitarian presence of the ministers of trade and health and Undersecretary of the Ministry of Displacement and Migration. "

    The source, who asked not to be named, said that "The session saw the vote to compel the Electoral Commission for elections not to the exclusion of candidates is governed by the provisions of a lawsuit."

    The Iraqi Council of Representatives held, on Wednesday, its 15th legislative term of the second legislative year, the fourth, headed by Osama Najafi and the presence of 163 deputies and the ministers of health, trade and Undersecretary of the Ministry of Displacement and Migration and the absence of the Vice-coalition of state law.

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    Re: " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 20 March 2014

    Baghdad / term

    The head of the Integrity Commission former Judge Rahim Ugaili, the Central Criminal Court sentenced him to imprisonment for one year, without notification, and retained a lawyer it does not know the merits of the case, and said that this court "competent issues of terrorism and lost its independence in favor of the government."

    Ugaili said in a statement to the "long" yesterday that the ruling against him "was issued in absentia and mock trial without being me of updates to hear the court as a defensive assignment of a lawyer, did not even know what the issue is and what the defendant is charged."

    He noted that "the charge that is directed to keeping Alakhbarat, and the irony that the process of keeping Alakhbarat citing legal explicit material in the work of the Commission Act No. 30 of 2011 and is still in place so far by the Integrity Commission."

    He pointed out that "the court that issued the judgment against me are the same as dealing with crimes of terrorism, either members of the court understand the following orders without discussion because they have lost their independence to compliment influence in the executive branch, they are modeled from the judges found the legal system to Saddam's dictatorship."

    The Central Criminal Court has issued, on Wednesday sentenced in absentia to imprisonment for a period of one year from the former head of the Integrity Commission Rahim Ugaili charges of keeping Alakhbarat.

    The Chairman of the Integrity Commission Judge Rahim Ugaili submitted his resignation on the seventh of September 2013, officially to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki as a result of "pressure" from political parties, as approved by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on September 11 on the resignation of Ugaili from office, as instructed Judge Alaa Jawad Hamid body headed by the agency until further notice.

    RED LILY ~ I wonder what he did to Maliki? Integrity Commission?? Haven't they exposed some things on Maliki recently Chattels? BGG?

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    Re: " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 20 March 2014

    Baghdad (news) .. issued Electoral Judicial Panel on Federal Court of Cassation, to overturn a decision to exclude a candidate for the bloc united Muammar Ghanem Sultan Abdullah of elections and allow him to subscribe to it.

    Informed sources said (of the Agency news): The Electoral Judicial Panel on Federal Court of Cassation issued a decision to overturn the exclusion of a candidate for the bloc united Muammar Ghanem Sultan Abdullah of the upcoming parliamentary elections and allowed him to subscribe to it. / End / h. / P

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    Re: " The Dinar Daily ", Thursday, 20 March 2014

    Baghdad (news) .. The president of the electoral administration in the election commission Miqdad Sharifi, for the distribution of more than 13 million voter card and a rate of 66% in the whole of Iraq, while noting that the number of cards distributed in Baghdad alone amounted to more than three million cards.

    Said Sharifi in a statement received by the Agency (news): The number of electronic cards distributed to voters in the whole of Iraq amounted to thirteen million and twenty-nine thousand nine hundred and ten electronic card, pointing out that the distribution rate of 66% until the end of working hours on Tuesday, 18 / 3/2014.

    He added that the number of electronic cards that have been distributed to the military and internal security forces, and covered your vote amounted to six hundred and thirty-two thousand and sixty-nine electronic card and 62% also.

    Sharifi Ahab and all the partners of the electoral process to the need to call and urged voters to take over the electronic card registration centers scattered across the country in preparation for the election of the Iraqi Council of Representatives scheduled for 30/04/2014. / End / h. /

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