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    " The Dinar Daily ", Tuesday, 27 May 2014

    It is EVICT MALIKI DAY + TWENTY - SEVEN (27) or " E - M DAY + 27 ".


    Sadoun: Kurds are waiting for the National Alliance to name PM to start talking

    27/05/2014 09:39:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / Deputy Chairman of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc, MP Mohsen al-Sadoun confirmed that "The Kurdistan Alliance will begin talks with other political blocs to form alliances after naming a prime minister by the National Alliance."

    He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "All the Kurdish blocs agreed to form a joint negotiating delegation to hold talks in Baghdad after announcing the results of elections' appeals. And after nominating a candidate for Prime Minster post by the National Alliance." pointing out that" the negotiating delegation will contain all Kurdish parties that won in the elections, and will be headed by Rose Nuri Shaways a representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Raundozi of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) , and representatives of the Tageer movement as well as other parties . "

    He noted that the eyes are on the National Alliance, especially the citizen and Ahrar blocs to find out what is the result of the talks on rewriting the bylaw of the National Alliance and the conditions that will determine the character of the next prime minister, so we will wait for the results and discussions within the National Alliance to know the next Prime Minster then we will take a decision . "

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    First Gas Deliveries to Duhok Prove Kurdistan Success in Gas Sector

    First Gas Deliveries to Duhok Prove Kurdistan Success in Gas Sector
    By RUDAW

    “It is hoped to connect the Kurdistan gas network in Dohuk in the near future to the gas line that connects to Erbil -- to enhance gas deliveries within Kurdistan to the domestic market,”

    ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – The first deliveries of natural gas via pipeline to fuel the Duhok power station have been completed, the Kurdistan Regional Government reported on Monday, saying it proved Erbil’s ability to successfully develop its newly discovered gas assets.

    “The Kurdistan Regional Government is pleased to announce the successful delivery via pipeline of the first quantities of natural gas from the gas field at Summail to fuel the Duhok Power Station,” a KRG statement said.

    “Long-term deliveries are expected to reach 120 million cubic feet per day... showing the KRG can successfully develop its newly discovered gas assets in Kurdistan,” it added.

    “This important achievement shows that newly discovered gas in Kurdistan can be monetized on a timely basis, and that this is the beginning of creating a gas market in Kurdistan,” the statement quoted KRG Natural Resources Minister Ashti Hawrami as saying.

    “It is hoped to connect the Kurdistan gas network in Dohuk in the near future to the gas line that connects to Erbil -- to enhance gas deliveries within Kurdistan to the domestic market,” he added.

    “The policy is to keep the lights switched on in people’s homes, and provide cheaper, environmentally-friendly power to hospitals, schools and factories,” Hawrami said.

    The locally-produced natural gas will replace diesel at the power station and is part of a KRG strategy to save the public millions of dollars every year in costly diesel imports for power generation, the statement said.

    It added that the people of Dohuk would be “self-sufficient in locally-generated power by the end of 2015, saving well above $100 million on expensive fuel each month. The KRG plans to replace diesel with gas in all the Region’s power plants within the next two years.”

    The announcement about developments in the gas sector come hot on the heels of the first sales of Kurdish crude through a pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan last week.

    The three-province Kurdish enclave in northern Iraq is believed to be sitting on some of the world’s top untapped oil and gas reserves.

    The oil-and-gas issue is a major bone of contention between Erbil and the central government in Baghdad. The KRG on Sunday slammed a reported lawsuit by the Iraqi government aimed at stopping the oil exports to Ceyhan.

    Iraqi officials accuse the Kurds of taking too much liberty by tapping the region’s oil without Baghdad’s authority. But Kurdish leaders argue that the Iraqi constitution gives them the right to develop their own energy sector.

    Iraq’s Kurdish regions were devastated under decades of Saddam Hussein’s rule and their own civil war in the 1990s. Infrastructure is slowly being rebuilt to improve public services such as electricity, fueling an economic boom in a region that remains Iraq’s only oasis of calm.

    http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/2....JiaWFHOA.dpuf

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    Joint coordination between the citizen and the Liberals to reject the third term

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    Joint coordination between the citizen and the Liberals to reject the third term

    Tue May 27 2014 01:02 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Baghdad (Iraq) / Fadel Abbas

    Announced Ktlta citizen and the Liberals their quest to identify the prime minister to two terms in the rules of procedure of the National Alliance, new confirmed that the National Coalition, both the citizen and the Liberals are the most insistent among the blocks on the rejection of the third term, both for the rule of law or other.

    MP said the coalition of citizen Ali inch in a statement for "the future" The mass of the citizen and the Liberal confirmed the existence of a consolidation of the position of the non-renewal of the third term of the owners or other, indicating that the two blocs are working to contain the rules of procedure of the National Alliance paragraph confirms rejection of the third term for any list to receive the reins and determine the prime minister to two terms maximum. He said an inch to the existence of opinion by giving one year to the Prime Minister, who will be chosen, to prove its worth in the management of the country and the ability to build the state and remove differences and to try to bring the parties, if he succeeded in his work will support the year other or additional period of time, either if he fails to perform his role will be replaced by another, Indicating that this proposal can accept or reject.

    For his part, MP for the Liberal block of quitting for "future", said his bloc supports and seriously seek to determine the prime minister to two terms under the rules of procedure of the National Alliance, indicating that the bloc hopes to complete the rules of procedure of the National Alliance and completed the foundations of the alliance, which is considered the masses of the Liberals and the citizens of the pillars of it, We also hope to join personalities and parties and other blocs to this coalition to come out with the Prime Minister acceptable to the other blocs that are outside of the National Alliance.

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    Najafi and Allawi and al-Mutlaq agree on the mechanism of formation of the government

    Najafi and Allawi and al-Mutlaq agree on the mechanism of formation of the government

    Tue May 27 2014 00:58 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Baghdad (Iraq) / Walid Mehdi

    Agreed to head a coalition united to reform Osama Najafi and the head of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, and president of a coalition of Arab Saleh al-Mutlaq to continue to work together, and work as a unified team to form the next government at every stage as required.

    A statement from the coalition united received "future" yesterday (Monday) that the three leaders held a meeting during which they discuss the results of the elections and marred by violations before and during the conduct, and the political and security situation, particularly in Anbar, Diyala and Baghdad beltway, and the suffering citizens of the injustice in these areas.

    The statement said that he has a thorough discussion of meetings and meetings with political forces to participate in the elections and the ensuing of things in common, as well as regional and international situation and its impact on the future of the political process.

    And that all views were identical in the evaluation and the position of these issues, where leaders agreed the conferees to continue to work together, and the formation of specialized committees and openness to others in order to achieve common goals that meet the needs of the Iraqi citizens, and working as a unified team in all requirements of the stage.

    On the other hand, Najafi received his official office in Baghdad, yesterday (Monday), representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq Nikolai Miladinov. During the meeting, they discussed the most prominent developments on the Iraqi political scene, as Najafi accept the positions of the political blocs on forming the next government after the ratification of the names of the new deputies. The parties also stressed the need to speed up the formation of the government because of the magnitude of the problems and crises experienced by the country.

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    Re: Najafi and Allawi and al-Mutlaq agree on the mechanism of formation of the govern

    Khalidi: Maliki is no longer now has only bargains


    08:26:27 / 05/2014

    Khandan - The leader of the bloc united Mohammed al-Khalidi that "understandings between everyone has gone no matter what, especially that the main blocs in the National Alliance, namely the Islamic Supreme Council headed by Ammar al-Hakim, and the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr rejected all the pressures toward keeping the al-Maliki for a third term." Khalidi said in a statement told «Middle East», "We are able to secure more than 200 deputies, a sufficient majority and much more to form a government quickly and without compromises." stressed Khalidi that "Maliki is no longer now has only bargains and buy some MPs who can not believe his majority important Action. "

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    The Liberals are united and the citizen: counting Avqdna dozens of seats and we made unsubstantiated appeals



    BAGHDAD / Mohammad Sabah

    3 blocks talked about losing dozens of head of parliamentary seats because of what it described as "manipulation" in the process of counting and Aelovesr. And revealed the appeals presented with documents proving the existence of fraud in the operations of data entry.

    They expected some of these blocks that are "rejected" appeals to be submitted by the electoral lists.

    He revealed the citizen coalition, led by Ammar al-Hakim, that he "presented to the Electoral Commission 11 appeals concerning the falsification of the election results," pointing to "the existence of many violations caused the deletion of more than 10 seats from its share."

    Said MP Ali inch "long" that "appeals mass citizen include forms of counting non-conforming to the forms stations and centers, as well as breaches in the data entry process and therefore, the output does not match the input."

    He added an inch "these violations substantiated and documents submitted to the Electoral Commission, including the purchase of e-cards," noting that "these appeals included Baghdad and other provinces, including Babylon and Karbala."

    He expected the MP for the coalition citizen that "appeals to be submitted by the political blocs will reject documented by the Commission and the Electoral Judicial Panel."

    In the same context, said Suhad Baada, a member of the coalition of "Uniting for Reform", that "the results of the election was a shock to everyone because of the manipulation of the counting process at the level of all the provinces."

    It said al-Obeidi, told the "term", that "the mass united made dozens of appeals was the name of the block and the other character," and showed that "the process of counting the second event where a big rig and offered a challenge to this process and call for re-counting." They pointed out that "the operations of manipulation and fraud Avqdtna more than 12 seats in all governorates of Iraq."

    In the meantime, the Liberal bloc confirms its intention to provide challenges to the election results during the next few days. The MP Awad al-Awadi, a member of the Liberal bloc in his interview with "long", that "the right of every political bloc, according to the law and the Constitution to provide dropped its complaints of election results in the event of documents proving the existence of fraud in the elections." He stressed that "the highest fractions were added to the rule of law by taking a portion of the votes of the blocks that do not have benefits."

    Commenting on this, explains Adel al-Lami, an expert in the matter of electoral Ban "appeals offered by the political blocs on the results of the legislative elections of the Electoral Commission after 3 days of publication of these results in the local newspapers and other media, a deadline next Thursday."
    He said al-Lami, the comments made by "long", "The appeals submitted to the Electoral Judicial Panel through the channels of the Electoral Commission or offices or to the judiciary directly, unsubstantiated and documents that prove these appeals and objections to the validity of the election results to consider and decide on them."

    And on the composition of the judiciary and the nature of its composition, shows al-Lami, it was "a problem of three judges chosen by the Supreme Judicial Council, which is dedicated to look into complaints or challenges to the election, but work and my time in the duration of the election to certify the election candidates and the exclusion of some of them, which operate independently and a subsidiary of the Supreme Judicial Council. "

    He noted expert in the matter of electoral that "the election law required the Electoral Judicial Panel to decide such appeals or objections submitted in a period of 10 days, whether by refusing or accepting," noting that "the electoral law does not specify a certain period to determine the appeal process and finish them but the law select period Consider these appeals acceptance or refund within 10 days. "

    Explains the former official in the Office of the elections as "in the event of appeals may accept they can be, for example, to re-election in a certain department or a recount of certain circles or polling stations by type of appeal submitted evidence proving the existence of any breach." And between Lami "in the event of acceptance of appeals, whether to re-election in a certain department or a recount of the circle or polling station is, the Electoral Commission will issue a decision to the results of this process, and therefore, the new results will be challenged once again in front of the Electoral Judicial Panel by the political blocs The same mechanism. "

    Lami goes on to say "After the completion of the appeals will send the names of the winners in the elections to the Federal Court for approval and this applies only to the parliamentary elections, while the provincial elections are election results are ratified by the Board of Commissioners."

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    This is as " clear as mud " : " He noted expert in the matter of electoral that "the election law required the Electoral Judicial Panel to decide such appeals or objections submitted in a period of 10 days, whether by refusing or accepting," noting that "the electoral law does not specify a certain period to determine the appeal process and finish them but the law select period Consider these appeals acceptance or refund within 10 days. "
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    "St. Lego" and change the mood of the Iraqi voter opens the doors of Parliament gener

    "St. Lego" and change the mood of the Iraqi voter opens the doors of Parliament generally mainstream civil

    Tue May 27 2014 05:50 | (Voice of Iraq)

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    Iraq appears to be offering a shy step towards the establishment of a civil state, after official results showed the polling stations for the forces of civilian good number of seats compared Bmhadha in previous sessions.

    Official results of the elections of the Iraqi Parliament, which took place the end of April last, which announced its results on the nineteenth of May, the current signaling for civil forces of democracy which entered the elections in alliance and one is the coalition of civil numbers of votes equal to or greater than the number of other powers was a presence for years in the political arena in the country, where he received the coalition Civic Democrats four seats are divided by three seats in the capital, Baghdad, and one seat in the province of Basra, despite the expectations were avers the rise of the coalition to the ranks of advanced, especially in Baghdad, but the score remained a good analogy previous years.

    Center (trends), one of the centers of the competent election was published on its website the latest results of surveys conducted by about the number of seats in the lists even before the announcement of the official results, and that was the surveys indicate for the coalition Civic Democrats seven seats, but the end result was less after the announcement by the Commission.

    "Our surveys collected the views of many voters made it clear that civil forces will receive the number of seats, but the contrast between the two numbers may be due to the method of calculating the votes," says Ali Mohamed A staff at the center, "leading cause behind this according to polls, the center is due to the desire expressed by voters in the presence of a strong civilian believes building a state on the basis of the similarity of the bases in a lot of countries in the world that enjoy democracy and freedom as many of the voters affirmed not convinced the state governed by religious forces. "

    "The presence of civilian democratic forces in the next parliament, regardless of the number of seats that you will receive will be a qualitative change to a large extent in the process of the political process by establishing new traditions where" says Sunrise Alabegi the most prominent candidate for the Civic Democratic Alliance and one of the three winners from Baghdad.

    She adds, "There is a clear public mood and in the presence of a powerful civilian in the next parliament, political scene was lacking for the existence of a strong civil and straightforward and has a vision to build a modern civil state meet the aspirations of the people and the community."

    Alabegi hopes to touch the other blocks the desire of a good number of people to establish a civil state guarantee them their rights on the basis of incorrect Mahassatah away from foundations and narrow sectarianism, which did not only bring ruin and misery of living!

    She said that the "qualitative shift in the perception of Iraqi society to the need for a strong civilian political scene will make the rest of the blocks more objective in dealing with this requirement and to renounce the policy of sectarian Mahassata and change the language and tone based on inflaming sectarian passions and moving towards work and construction needed by the country." .

    Did not get the votes of the civil powers mentioned in previous election cycles, but got seven seats in the whole of Iraq in the last provincial elections, and that experience may have been a reason to recognize the importance of these forces unite and engage in one list in the parliamentary elections.

    In the past years were bets civil forces which are distributed among small parties focused on the defeat of sectarian alignments and maturity of the voters, but those bets often go unheeded after the announcement of the election results, but it seems that the current elections will push them finally to Parliament though the impact will not be the size of the masses .

    "Enter civil forces in the alliance and one is one of the reasons that facilitated access to this number of seats, but do not forget that there are many voices have not accounted for the coalition Civic Democrats of being not up to the extent that it allowed to have a seat in the province," says political analyst Haider Ghraoui " civil forces were getting good votes in the previous election but significant gaps in the electoral law in force at the time and the lack of a mature popular as it is today for these powers are other reasons for her absence from the political scene before or presence at a lower level. "

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    MP predicts transferring budget to new parliament

    MP predicts transferring budget to new parliament


    27/05/2014 09:28:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / The MP, of the Ahrar bloc, Rafa Abd al -Jabbar predicted transferring the state budget for the current year to the next parliament."

    He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "The budget bill has a first reading and the remainder period of the current Parliament is not enough to read the second reading and open discussion around then approve it."

    He added "Surely the budget is not going to be approved during this period, and will be shifted to the new parliament that its members will decide when it will be approved."

    The House of Representatives had adjourned its sessions in 6 of the last month until further notice and until reaching agreement between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government.

    The current parliament ends in 14 June.

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    Senior PUK Leader: Disputed Territories Should Be Annexed to Kurdistan

    Senior PUK Leader: Disputed Territories Should Be Annexed to Kurdistan
    By RUDAW

    DUHOK, Kurdistan Region – Unless a solution is found in a year, Iraq’s Kurdistan Region should annex the large tracts of territories in dispute with the Arab central government in Baghdad, said a senior leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK).

    “If the constitution isn’t going to solve it, then let us annex the Kurdish territories to the Kurdistan Region,” said Mala Bakhtyar, speaking to party members and supporters on Monday in a speech at Duhok University.

    He said that the Kurds would wait only one more year before deciding to annex those areas to Kurdistan.


    The “disputed territories” are lands between the Kurdistan Region in the north and the rest of Iraq. These areas include large parts of Kirkuk, Diyala and Nineveh.

    The Iraqi constitution stipulates a referendum to decide on those territories, after certain conditions have been met under Article 140. But first, it calls for relocation of Arab families settled in the disputed territories by the former regime and the return of expelled Kurdish families.

    “Rest assured that we will not let Article 140 be omitted from the Iraqi constitution,” Bakhtyar vowed.

    Apart from vast unsettled farmlands, the town of Khanaqin, Makhmur, Shekhan, Shangal and most importantly energy-rich Kirkuk, fall within the disputed territories.

    More than 10 years after Saddam Hussein’s downfall in 2003, the Kurds appear to have lost hope that the constitution would solve an issue that remains the main dispute between the Kurds and Iraq. Kurdish leaders accuse Baghdad of insincerity about the issue and unnecessary procrastination.

    Politically and militarily the Kurds are present and have the upper hand in these areas. But legally, they are under the jurisdiction of the central government of Iraq.

    This PUK message follows its victory in last month’s parliamentary elections in Kirkuk and Khanaqin, Mala Bakhtyar’s own home town.

    Kurdish leaders have long said that the identity and future of the Kurdish areas are non-negotiable.

    Last week, Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani warned that if serious rows with Baghdad remain unresolved, the Kurds will hold a referendum on splitting from Iraq, together with the disputed territories.

    Earlier, Barzani also decreed that the lands in question should be referred to as “Kurdish territories outside the Kurdistan Region,” instead of the “disputed territories.”

    The Kurdistan Region enjoys a great deal of autonomy, with its own parliament, regional government, foreign relations, military and security forces. The disputed territories, however, remain vulnerable to attacks from insurgent groups. Deadly attacks in Kirkuk and Khanaqin have killed hundreds of people over the past several years.

    http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/27052014

    *** Annexation is a referendum without the relocation steps provided for by Article 140. Interesting. Maybe ill advised ? ***

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    Kurdish MP: Oil crisis between KR,CR to negatively affect forming next government

    Kurdish MP: Oil crisis between KR,CR to negatively affect forming next government

    Tuesday, 27 May 2014 12:58

    Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Alaa Talabani, of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan stated that the oil crisis between Kurdistan Region and the Central Government will negatively affect the formation of the next government.

    Speaking to AIN "We hope the oil crises between KR and the CG to be settled because they will affect the formation of the next government." http://<br /> <br /> http://www.alli...tical&Itemid=2

    *** Query : Read as " No oil agreement, no Shahiristani as Prime Minister ? ***

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