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    " The Dinar Daily ", Tuesday, 24 June 2014

    It is EVICT MALIKI DAY + FIFTY - FIVE ( 55 ) or " E - M DAY + 55 "

    *** WE ARE APPROACHING TWO MONTHS. The previous parliamentary elections which were held on 7 March 2010 and the time to form that government took more than eight months or until 17 November 2010. ***


    "..... despite the superiority of Maliki’s electoral coalition, the competing Shiite forces, the Kurds and the Sunnis, are together able to form a comfortable majority to prevent Maliki from remaining in office. "......................
    Maliki likely fears that if he rushes to do business with parties outside the Shiite alliance, his Shiite rivals would do the same and that they may have a better chance to win over the Kurdish and Sunni forces, because there is a general consensus among them to not keep Maliki in power.

    At the same time, the rest of the Shiite groups fear that this consensus is not solid enough to withstand discussing the details, and that going alone to the Kurdish and Sunni forces may put them in a weak bargaining position and make them appear responsible for breaking Shiite unity.

    An important factor here are the choices that the Sunni and Kurdish forces will make. If the Sunnis and Kurds rush to form ethnic and sectarian alliances, then the Shiite alliance may do the same.

    Some are proposing scenarios such as replacing Maliki with another figure from the State of Law Coalition as a compromise *to ensure the continuation of the Shiite alliance. Yet, such a solution may come at a later stage, after the favored options by most parties have been exhausted.

    * The source said in a statement to the Agency ((eighth day)) that there is an agreement semi-final between the U.S. and Iran to take on Ahmed Chalabi as prime minister for the next government as a compromise candidate.

    The source added that the two parties Chalabi met with Democratic and Republican Americans and they expressed their support for Chalabi to take over as prime minister.


    What is certain now is that a harsh negotiating season will begin as the conflict moves from its electoral aspect into the closed negotiating rooms and deals among the elite. - - from al Monitor

    Generally, all are " waiting for the National Alliance to name its candidate, formally , to start negotiate with him. "


    Sunday, June 15th, 2014 20:58

    Legal: forming the next government will not take more than two months

    BAGHDAD / Baghdadi News / .. saw legal analyst, on Sunday that once the Federal Court approval on the results of the parliamentary elections will form the next government, expected to be formed within two months.

    He said legal analyst Tariq Harb said in an interview with / Baghdadi News /, that "the formation of the next government will not take more than two months," adding, that "everyone is awaiting the approval of the Federal Court on the results of the elections, which will be announced during the next two days." He added, "The first session of the House of Representatives will be the end of June or the first of next July," noting, that it is "as soon as the issuance of a presidential decree on the Vice President of the Republic calls its new deputies to hold a meeting in the House of Representatives." He continued, the war that "the real political movement will begin after the swearing in of constitutional Algesh first to the House of Representatives," adding, "The election of the Speaker of the House and the President of the Republic in the second session of the House of Representatives."

    He noted, that "the person's choice of prime minister will be the largest parliamentary bloc in the number of seats in the House of Representatives, which will select the president."

    He explained, legal analyst said that "as soon as the formation of the Council of Ministers and presented to the House of Representatives to give him confidence're not finished forming all sections of the government," and he predicted that "the current circumstances faced by the government is not Kalzerov they were in the parliamentary elections of 2010."

    The previous parliamentary elections which were held on 7 / March 2010 to form her government took more than eight months until 17 / November 2010.

    The Iraqi Supreme Court Certifies the 30 April General Election Result

    Posted by Reidar Visser on Monday, 16 June 2014 19:54

    It’s official: The provisional result of Iraq’s 30 April general election, published last month, has been certified by the federal supreme court.

    In the IHEC statement to this effect, there is a caveat. 4 seat winners have not been approved, and won’t be approved until they have been cleared of charges relating to serious crime cases against them. Pending settlement of the court cases, their membership in parliament will remain pending, and no replacement deputies will be appointed. Whereas this may sound somewhat messy, it is actually what happened also in 2010, when 2 seat winners were provisionally excluded. Back then, it took longer for parliament to reconvene than for the judicial authorities to settle one of the cases (and one candidate was voluntarily substituted by another candidate from his bloc), so no procedural problems emerged.

    With the general political climate in Iraq approaching boiling point, questions will inevitably pertain to the political affiliations of those 4 that were excluded. 3 of them come from a single list, the Sunni, pro-Nujayfi list that ran in Diyala province: Salim al-Jibburi, Raad al-Dahlaki and Umar al-Humayri. They have all been in various forms of conflict with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and Jibburi (once an Iraqi Islamic Party member who cooperated with the first Maliki government) and Humayri (ex governor of Diyala ousted by Maliki allies) most bitterly so.

    Still, before running to conclusions about another politicized court decision in Iraq, consider the fourth excluded candidate: Abbas Jabir al-Khuzaie, a seat winner in Qadisiyya province for Maliki’s own State of Law list. Khuzaie is a local politician from the Qadisiyya council who was once with the secular Iraqiyya before defecting to State of Law in 2011. He was then with the Independents bloc of Hussein al-Shahristani and may still be a member of that bloc subunit. Still, despite ongoing internal rivalry in State of Law, it seems unlikely that Maliki would fabricate an exclusion from his own rank in a situation where the loyalty of every new single Iraqi deputy is meticulously being monitored in the contest to form the biggest parliament bloc and supply the next premier candidate.

    The certification of the election result opens the door for government formation: The Iraqi president (or his acting deputy) must issue a call for the Iraqi parliament to convene within 15 days, i.e. at the end of June. Theoretically, parliament will then elect its speaker, and, within a month, a new president who will then charge the candidate of the largest bloc in parliament to form a government.

    For Iraqi politicians, despite the current crisis, the parliamentary government formation process is likely to remain the main political track going forward. It is a problem, therefore, that much US rhetoric on conditions for aid to the Iraqi government seem focused on ideas about some sort of national reconciliation initiative that would precede the delivery of further assistance. It is very hard to see how that would fit in with the Iraqi government formation logic. Whereas there has been much talk among Americans about imposing conditionality on future military assistance in Iraq, US rhetoric has been disconcertingly void of specific proposals for measures that would satisfy them. On the other hand, there is no lack of American suggestions for favourite cabinet line-ups that could be imposed, possibly even with Iranian support. Some of this thinking seems to belong to the era of the CPA in 2003–04, rather than in today’s situation.

    Meanwhile, ISIS continues its savagery, the Kurds consolidate their quasi-independence, and Maliki for once actually has an excuse for drumming up state-of-emergency rhetoric.



    Maliki's coalition and the Kurdistan does not expect the formation of a new government soon, and the latter rejects the "National Salvation"

    Tue Jun 17 2014 23:19 | (Voice of Iraq)

    ong-Presse / Baghdad

    Ruled out a coalition of state law and the Kurdistan Alliance, on Tuesday, to be able to political blocs to agree on forming a new government through the constitutional deadline to hold the first session of the elected parliament, while attributed first to preoccupation with the crisis of the current security, announced the second "non-support" for the government of "national salvation ".

    Maliki's coalition: the security crisis will delay the formation of new government

    And saw a coalition of state law, which is headed by Nuri al-Maliki, that the political blocs "will not agree" on the formation of the new government through constitutional deadline to hold the first session of the elected parliament to concern the current security crisis.

    He ruled out an alliance member, Mohammed Chihod, in an interview to the (long-Presse), that "you can political blocs agree to form a new government within a period of 15 days set for the holding of the first session of parliament-elect," attributing it to "busy all the security file and fighter Daash especially after Fatwa religious authority Ulkipa˙a jihad. "

    He predicted Chihod, that "witnessing the next phase address people and national working for the interest of Iraq," pointing out that "the president of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki, had announced before the crisis, the current security, collecting 175 votes to form a new government, and that the dialogues were in full swing to discuss the matter, but now that things have changed because of the complexity of the security landscape. "

    The Constitution requires the President to invite new parliament to convene within 15 days of the ratification of the election results, with the possibility to extend this invitation for once. [

    *** Article 54: The President of the Republic shall call upon the Council of Representatives to convene by a presidential decree within fifteen days from the date of the ratification of the general election results. Its eldest member shall chair the first session to elect the speaker of the Council and his two deputies. This period may not be extended by more than the aforementioned period. ***


    QUERY : Can the time for the seating of the next Parliament be extended ?

    *** Reidar Visser said on Sunday, 22 June 2014 11:10 at 11:10 as follows : Yes, there could be another 15 days. ***

    Article 55 of the Iraqi Constitution, that "the House of Representatives shall be elected at the first session its president, then a first deputy and second deputy, by an absolute majority of the Council members by direct secret ballot."

    In addition, Article (70 / I) of the Constitution, that "elected by the House of Representatives from among the candidates President of the Republic, by a majority of two-thirds of its members, and if none of the candidates received the required majority, the rivalry between the two candidates who obtained the highest number of votes, and declared president of the gets a majority of votes in the second ballot. "

    Kurdistan Alliance: do not support the government of national salvation

    In turn, the Kurdistan Alliance, "did not support" calls on the formation of a government of national salvation, preferring to be done according to the Constitution.

    The MP said the pro-Tayeb said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The formation of the new government will have to wait for more than 15 months ( sic ? days ) ," noting that there are "several opinions on the form the next government, and whether to save the national or under the Constitution."

    The good, that "Iraq is a democratic country has a constitution that explains the mechanism of forming the government, during a meeting of Parliament within a period of 15 days from the approval of the results of the elections to elect a president and two vice presidents as well as the President of the Republic by the political blocs."

    The MP from the Kurdistan Alliance, that "the Coalition supports the formation of a government under the Constitution and not a government of national salvation, of the difficulty of forming the last, and the lack of a mechanism thereon or handled," stressing the need to "accelerate the negotiations to form a government."

    The parties to many political consistently during the last term, to call for the formation of a government "of national salvation", or "national consensus" to pull the country out of crisis (political and security) present, in the belief that the head of the government expired, Nuri al-Maliki, "no longer fit" to continue in his duties and take over a third time, and the most prominent of those parties, leader of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi.

    The Federal Supreme Court, ratified, on Monday, (the 16th of June 2014 the current) on the results of the parliamentary elections that took place in (the thirtieth of April 2014).

    The representative of the religious authority in Karbala, Abdul Mahdi al-Karbalai, called last Friday (13 June Current), who are able to take up arms to volunteer in the war against terrorism, returned it as "holy war", and confirmed that it is to be killed in this war is a "martyr , "and called on the armed forces to the courage and tenacity, and demanded political leaders to leave their differences and unify their position to assign the armed forces.

    The organization Daash may impose its control over the northern city of Mosul, the center of the province of Nineveh, (405 km north of Baghdad), Tuesday (tenth of June 2014), and seized the security headquarters where the airport, and released hundreds of detainees, which led to he married hundreds thousands of families to the city and neighboring areas of the Kurdistan region, also extended Activity Daash, today, to the provinces of Salahuddin, Kirkuk and Diyala.



    Citizen commends the Federal Court for the ratification of the names of the new deputies and expects to hold a hearing early next month

    Tue Jun 17 2014 23:08 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Read more: http://translate.googleusercontent.c...#ixzz34xkN7GaZ


    MP Hassan calls not to hold the first session of parliament without the presence of all the House of Representatives

    Thu Jun 19 2014 16:19 | (Voice of Iraq)

    Sumerian News / Baghdad

    He called for a coalition of state law, Mahmoud Hassan, on Thursday, the presidency not to call parliament to hold first session without the presence of all deputies.

    Hassan said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "The meeting of the Council of Representatives in the presence of 324 members, and the expense of a quorum on the basis of this number, contrary to article 11 of the electoral law that made ​​the House of Representatives consists of 328 members, which can not be with him any decision."

    Hassan called the presidency "not to call a session until the count is completed." *

    The parliamentary legal committee emphasized, in (18 May 2014), that the age of the current parliament ends on June 14, 2014, and can not extend the session for "one minute", as pointed out the possibility of extending the current session for the purpose of "budget approval" only.


    and / but

    Legal Expert: Parliament session can be held without attendance of all MPs

    Saturday, 21 June 2014 19:21

    Baghdad (AIN) –The Legal Expert, Tariq Harb, stated that the parliament session can be held without the attendance of all the MPs. He stated in a press statement received by AIN "Some sides stated that the parliament session cannot be held due to not approving four MPs by the Federal Court and I assured that Article 23 of the interior system of the parliament [ ????????? ] states that more than half of the MPs which is 165 MPs can achieve the quorum to hold the session."

    Article 59:

    First: The Council of Representatives quorum shall be achieved by an absolute majority of its members.

    Second: Decisions in the sessions of the Council of Representatives shall be made by a simple majority after quorum is achieved, unless otherwise stipulated.




    [W]e are not informed yet about the first session , waiting for the call of the president.

    22/06/2014 12:04:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of / Diyala our identity bloc /, Nahida al-Daini said that "We were not informed until now the date of the first parliamentary session of the new Council and we are waiting for the President of the Republic to call for the meeting."

    She told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / today "in case we passed the constitutionally period without meeting that will be violation to the constitution," indicating that "the Council was unable to hold its meeting without a call from the President of the Republic."

    Daini added, " There are political blocs demand to postpone the first parliamentary session and this is dangerous in light of what the country is passing of crises and challenges that require the leaders of the political blocs to speed access to the national consensus and work to resolve this crisis."

    The Federal Court announced the ratification of the results of the parliamentary elections that took place on the thirtieth of April.



    Vice President Khodair al calls for the convening of the new parliament in the 30th of the current month

    Fallujah News / Baghdad ... decided to call the presidency of the new parliament to hold its meetings on the thirtieth of this month.
    A source from the Office of the Vice President of the Republic, that 'Vice President Khodair al decided to invite members of parliament to hold a session of parliament in 30 of the current month of June'.



    Allawi calls for the postponement of the first session of the House of Representatives to the absence of political consensus

    Dated: June 22, 2014

    Baghdad / Iraq News Network - demanded a coalition of national, led by Iyad Allawi to postpone the convening of the first session of the House of Representatives.

    According to a statement of the coalition, said he: "Because of the exceptional circumstances which pass on the country and its people and the absence of political consensus and not to the Federal Court approval of all members of the new deputies, as well as to the militarization clear to the community and the enticements of political sectarianism, heading a coalition of national to the Federal Court to postpone the meeting of the Council of Representatives first until the ratification of the full names of before, and to provide an opportunity for a political deal to save the country from disintegration. added, and other than this, and the absence of political agreement, the expeditious, would abstain in the coalition, the National to attend the first meeting and participate in the process ends with uncalculated consequences. The Federal Court has ratified last week on the House of Representatives election in 2014.


    Zubaidi: The United States with speed up the formation of a national consensus government includes all components

    24/06/2014 11:39:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / Head of the citizen bloc, Baqir al-Zubaidi said that "the United States with the speed up of forming a government of national consensus includes all the components without exclusion or marginalization of any party."

    Zubaidi told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "Kerry confirmed, during his meeting with Chairman of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, Ammar al-Hakim yesterday, on key points, including the need to accelerate the formation of a government of national reconciliation that includes all components without exception and without exclusion or marginalization, and the three presidencies should have national admissibility of all rather than a single component. "

    About the candidate of the National Coalition to head the next government, Zubaidi said: " anything said about a specific candidate for the National Coalition, is just only leaks and speculation," noting that "the National Coalition retains its candidate and will present him to the Iraqi National Alliance when starts the debate within the Alliance to resolve this matter. "

    He added, "The National Alliance did not start talking in this subject so far. And a committee was formed by the Alliance to put the conditions that must be available in the next Prime Minister."

    It is mentioned that head of the Islamic Supreme Council, Ammar al-Hakim met yesterday with U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, and discussed with him the latest political and security developments in Iraq.



    "National" candidate, Adel Abdul Mahdi as prime minister instead of al-Maliki

    BAGHDAD / Baghdadi News / .. Sources within the National Alliance, on Tuesday, on the nomination of the leader of the Supreme Council, Adel Abdul-Mahdi as prime minister instead Maliki.

    The sources said L / Baghdadi News /, "The members of the National Alliance decided unanimously at a meeting to nominate Adel Abdul-Mahdi, head of the next government, rather than the current Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki."

    The number of national powers have called the National Alliance, the need to speed up the selection of a head of the next government being concerned only identified.



    Adel Abdul Mahdi is a francophone Islamist and free-marketeer who belongs to the Shia-led list that won a majority of seats in the Iraqi parliament.

    The 62-year-old served as finance minister in the interim government, where he persuaded international creditors to write off a large part of Iraq's debt.

    He fled Iraq in the 1960s after being condemned to death for his political activities, and has spent time in France, Lebanon and Iran.

    After flirting with Maoist politics in France, he joined the Supreme Council for the Islamic Revolution in Iraq (Sciri) - a powerful Shia organisation which manages to keep close ties with Iran and maintain a working relationship with the US.

    He has a PhD in economics from France and his four children all hold French nationality.

    His nomination as one of the two vice-presidents comes after he failed to win enough support to become prime minister - the most important political role.

    That honour seems likely to fall to a leader of the other largest Shia party, Ibrahim Jaafari of the Daawa party.



    Jaafary stresses need for preparations for 1st parliament session

    Tuesday, 24 June 2014 17:13

    Baghdad (AIN) –The head of the Iraqi National Alliance, Ibraheem al-Jaafary, met the Japanese Ambassador to Iraq.

    A statement by Jaafary's office received by All Iraq News Agency cited "Jaafary stressed the importance of preparing positive atmospheres for holding the parliament 1st session to form the next government."

    "Both sides discussed the security and political updates in Iraq," the statement added.

    "Jaafary confirmed the need for intensifying the dialogues among the national sides to support the security forces in their battle against terrorism," the statement concluded.

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    62866 Othman: Kerry's visit is to rebuild the political process and form a new gvmt

    Othman: Kerry's visit is to rebuild the political process and form a new government

    24/06/2014 09:23:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / Independent MP, of the previous parliament, Mahmoud Othman, said that "the visit of U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry represents rebuilding the Iraqi political process and forming a government on a new basis."

    He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "Kerry's visit, at this time, is important to discuss with the Iraqi side, on the ISIS and combat it in addition to discuss the political situation and constitutional obligation to hold the parliamentary session and to form the next government."

    Othman added that "the Americans bear a significant part of the responsibility for what is happening in the country and it is wrong to hold full responsibility on Iraqis through their statements and positions. He expressed his hope that political parties reach consolidated positions in order to pull the country out of its present situation into a better reality for all. "

    The U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry arrived in Baghdad yesterday on a visit, during which he met a number of political leaders, outgoing Prime Ministers Nouri al-Maliki, House Speaker Osama Nujaifi, head the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, Ammar al-Hakim, the Deputy Prime Minister for Services Affairs Saleh al-Mutlaq and Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari.

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    Kerry arrives to Arbil

    Kerry arrives to Arbil

    24/06/2014 09:52:00

    Arbil / NINA / U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry arrived to Arbil on Tuesday 24, June.
    Kerry was greeted, at the airport in Irbil, Chairman of the Presidium of the region, Fouad Hussein, and Falah Mustafa, the official of Department of Foreign Relations.

    Kerry will hold a series of meetings with officials, including the leader of the Kurdish region, Massoud Barzani and Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani.

    It is mentioned that Kerry arrived in Baghdad yesterday on a visit during which he held meetings with a number of Iraqi politicians.



    Barzani: It is time for the Kurds to identify their identity and we will bring the subject of independence to Kerry

    24/06/2014 11:17:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani said the time has come for the Kurds to identify and decide their fate, and he will put the subject of Independence to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

    Barzani said in a press statement that "Iraq is suffering from clear collapse and the federal government has lost control of everything."

    He added: "We did not create the collapse of Iraq, but others did, and we cannot remain hostage to the unknown, and it is time to identify the Kurdish identity and draw our own future."

    He explained that: "The independence was a dream for the Kurds. Although the Kurdistan region characterized by self-rule over the two decades, but they did not indicate a desire to achieve that dream of independence, but the recent events seem to have helped in moving this issue."

    Barzani continued, "We are witnessing a new Iraq, differs from Iraq we knew before ten days or two weeks, and the recent events in Iraq, confirmed that the Kurdish people should hunt the opportunity now, and to determine their own future."

    The President of the Kurdistan region confirmed that he will put this issue of the independence of Kurdistan in his talks with U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, during his visit to Iraq.

    On the relationship between Kurdistan and Baghdad, Barzani said: "reconciliation can take place" in condition, "the existence of an understanding between Shiites and Sunnis, and a guarantee for a real partnership in power, noting that" the situation is very complicated, and the responsible for what happened in Iraq must step down. "

    When asked if he meant Maliki, he replied: "Of course, he is the Commander in Chief of the Army, and he has built an army of supporters for himself personally, not from supporters of the state, and he has manipulated power and strength, and led the army, and this was the result."

    Barzani replied in negative when asked whether Maliki asked the Peshmerga to fight along with the Iraqi army, saying: "prime minister did not ask us to fight, but on the contrary, he opposed any request for assistance ", pointing out that he warned the Iraqi government of the threat imposed by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant "ISIS," months before controlling the city of Mosul, which is the second largest city in the state, noting that he has witnesses to his warning.

    On Kurdistan demand to join Kirkuk within the region, Barzani said: "We had no doubt at any time that Kirkuk is part of Kurdistan. And the region tried to include Kirkuk ten years ago, but we did not see any seriousness from the federal government. So since the events started in Iraq now, Kirkuk's subject has returned. "



    Barzani meets with Kerry, discusses latest political and security situation in Iraq

    24/06/2014 11:31:00

    Arbil / NINA / The President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani met with U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, who arrived in Arbil on Tuesday morning 24, June.

    A familiar source told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "Barzani discussed with Kerry political and security situation in Iraq."

    He added, "The meeting was attended by the leader in PUK, Barham Salih, Nushirwan Mustafa, of (the Change Movement) and a number of other officials from both sides."

    The U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry arrived in Baghdad yesterday and met with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and other political officials. Kerry has arrived in Arbil on Tuesday morning.

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    Jaafari meets with Acting Minster of Defense

    Jaafari meets with Acting Minster of Defense

    24/06/2014 09:52:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / Head of the Iraqi National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari discussed with the Acting Minister of Defense, Saadoun al-Dulaimi the developments in the security situation in Iraq.

    A statement by Jaafari's office cited that "The two sides discussed the security assessment of the latest developments taking place in several areas of Iraq, and the need to escalate the military performance."

    The two sides, according to the statement, confirmed "the importance of the complementary role of the security forces, and the popular mobilization to eliminate the terrorist organization ISIS and maintain the national achievements and unity of Iraq."


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    A ship loaded with oil from Kurdistan to leave the port of Ceyhan

    A ship loaded with oil from Kurdistan to leave the port of Ceyhan

    23/06/2014 12:37:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / Turkish Energy Minister, Taner Yildiz declared that "The third tanker loaded with oil from the Kurdistan region left the Turkish port of Ceyhan on the Mediterranean sea and a fourth tanker is being loaded."

    Yildiz said in a press statement today "the Kurdistan oil's sales are being deposited to a Turkish government bank."

    He added that: "93 million dollars were deposited in the bank of the price of the first shipment that was loaded last month."

    Yildiz explained, "Turkey does not know who bought the oil, but it is believed markets in the Mediterranean Sea".


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    Economists: Iraqi banks have not kept pace with modern technology

    ​sczin11- Don't be deceived by the title line!

    Economists: Iraqi banks have not kept pace with modern technology

    June 24, 2014 9:33Last Updated: June 24, 2014 9:33

    Committee considered the economy the parliamentary that banking institutions of the Iraqi failed to introduce modern banking services to the bank transactions of government and private, criticized the economists of the banking system and the way it works that do not comply with international standards, which are based on providing banking service properly take into account from which the time and cost to a wide audience of citizens and companies. A member of the Parliamentary Commission of Economy Hussein Salman Mohammed in an interview for the "long", "The banking environment in Iraq lacked the most basic services internationally recognized and considered lagging significantly behind the evolution in the nearest neighboring countries." According to the newspaper term
    He added that "routine procedures miserable and managed by banking institutions, the current created an environment repellent for companies of foreign investment over the past ten years." He also explained that "the amendment of laws and the adoption of new instructions by the executive bodies, particularly the central bank is considered the best solution to start providing financial and banking services sophisticated for the Iraqi people and the foreign investor. "and said the" large amounts of money in circulation in the Iraqi market need for advanced systems technology is a network services provide the time and effort as well as money. " It consists of the banking system in Iraq from 43 banks, as well as the central bank, and are distributed according to ownership of seven state banks, and 30 civil, including seven Islamic, as well as six foreign banks.
    For his part, said economic expert Majid picture in an interview for the "long", "The basic problem complement in the absence of a culture of banking among citizens who deals with different banks according to the contexts of service lag." And added that "the possibilities and financial mechanisms for transactions banking available significantly, but it lacks to the right decision for the application on the ground and within the recognized global contexts. "Suri explained that" Iraq has a solid economic base in terms of financial liquidity to help him open up new horizons for advanced banking systems. He said the "restructuring of private banks and government in general are considered the essential foundation for the introduction of banking and financial services developed will pressure unforeseen expenses Government Brocanha the past."
    He stressed that "the central bank should take its role in activating the banking network by working on the application of international standards, which is the introduction of modern technology in the daily financial transactions and private auction currency trading daily." He pointed out that "the availability of advanced banking services lead to ease in transportation finance for individuals and businesses in addition to the speed of achievement he needs the investment side of the country." While stressing the Iraqi Central Bank, the need to use modern technologies in Iraqi banks, which is the basic rule for working in international banks, including suits expansion in economic activity of the country. was the Iraqi Central Bank revealed, in the first half of 2014, the opening of 15 branches of Arab and foreign banks in the country, as a result of his policy of openness to the world, noting that the withdrawal of leave one branch of the Arab bank for violating the conditions stipulated in the laws.
    The governor of the Iraqi Central Bank and the Agency, Abdul-Basit Turki, had threatened during a financial conference held in Dubai, the withdrawal of licenses of five banks operating in Iraq, he did not identify, what did not increase their capital. The Central Bank of Iraq was established as a bank independent under the law issued on the sixth of March 2004, as an independent body, which is responsible for maintaining price stability and the implementation of monetary policy, including exchange rate policies are being daily sessions for buying and selling currencies.

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    Maliki puts a deposit of five billion dollars in exchange for Egyptian banks shut Bag

    Maliki puts a deposit of five billion dollars in exchange for Egyptian banks shut Baghdadi

    [12:06] 14/Jun/24

    Erbil, June 24 (PNA) - A source from within the Egyptian presidency to the closure of Al Baghdadi was through a deal cradle her Iraqi Vice President Khodair al, carried out following a direct connection between Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

    The source said that "Alkhozai put on the inauguration of Sisi, during his participation in, the subject of the closure of Al Baghdadi in the gallery to discuss providing financial aid to Egypt to support its economy, estimated at five billion dollars placed a deposit in Egyptian banks.
    He continued, "In the day on Tuesday 17/06/2014 at the eleventh hour am EST Egypt President Sisi received a phone call from al-Maliki addressed the issue of terrorism and that Iraq is threatened by civil war and that the channel, which broadcasts from Baghdad Egypt supports violence and nourish it," noting that "in today's himself made the decision to stop airing the first and second Baghdadi of Nilesat on the moon. "


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    18 countries meet to resolve Iraq crisis

    18 countries meet to resolve Iraq crisis

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    • 24/06/2014


    Met on Monday, the foreign ministers of 18 countries around the world in the European Union, to discuss the major files security in the countries of Ukraine, Syria and Iraq, and will be meeting on Tuesday, established only when Secretary of State John Kerry, who resides now in the region when he came to Brussels, who visited Iraq yesterday and met with Maliki and Osama Najafi and with some heads of political blocs.
    She coordinated foreign policy of the European Union Catherine Ashton told reporters ahead of the meeting, citing the statement, "we will allocate a sufficient time to discuss the situation and developments in Iraq."
    Ashton added, quoting the statement that "the Special Envoy of the United Nations in Iraq Nikolai Miladinov join us meeting also will discuss the situation in Iraq during the meeting, and will include discussion also the situation in Syria and the region in general."
    Ashton explained that "the meeting will discuss also the consequences of what is happening in Iraq and the impact on the region," follow-up "You saw what happened today on the border with Jordan."
    The Ashton that "the meeting is an opportunity to look at the entire region and to discuss some things with Nikolay Mladenov," stating that it "will meet on Tuesday, Foreign Minister John Kerry, who resides now in the region when he came to Brussels and Sntbages in the status quo there."
    Ashton showed on Iraq that "their appeal will be to ensure the formation of an inclusive government in Iraq," afterthought by saying it was "an appeal we presented all over the world to ensure the participation of all the Iraqi people is not only the government but also to draw the future of their country."
    The EU has said in his statement that the foreign ministers of the 28 countries of the European Union began their meeting on Monday, in the province of Luxembourg European, which lasts for one day, noting that they will discuss the current developments in Ukraine and the situation in Libya and the latest developments on the Iraqi arena and Syrian.


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    Baghdad: foreign companies in the province continues to work

    Baghdad: foreign companies in the province continues to work

    June 24, 2014 9:32Last Updated: June 24, 2014 9:32Source: Live

    Deputy for the Baghdad Provincial Council, on Monday, that foreign companies operating in Baghdad and the southern provinces continue to work, calling the distinction between what is going on from the terrorist acts in the troubled areas of Iraq and the safe areas. Ghalib said Zamili, a member of the provincial council, according to the newspaper "Wi-News", "foreign workers in Baghdad are still continuing to perform its work." He Zamili, said that "everyone should know that what is happening in the western areas of fighting terrorism and not being in the central and southern regions of Iraq."

    He explained that "foreign workers coming out of the western regions," stressing that "the terrorist acts that have occurred in those troubled areas prompted them to get out." He stressed that "some workers in foreign companies wanted to quit their jobs in the capital Baghdad, but the companies involved are still working." He pointed out that "foreign companies are still operating in southern Iraq, without any threat," noting that "the southern regions are the most stable."

    He continued, "In the areas north and west of Iraq, the security situation in these areas is stable," noting that "the reality of the situation which arrived in the kidnapping of foreign workers in order to release ransom." And that "the security situation in Mosul, Salahuddin has cast a shadow on the security situation and the political scene in the whole of Iraq."

    In a related context, a source familiar with the Oil Ministry, on Monday, that all foreign oil companies still operating in Iraq, denying leave some workers of these companies to their country because of the security situation. The source said that "all foreign oil companies continue to extract oil from Iraqi territory in spite of the security situation volatile," denying reports that the "non-stop action and exit of oil companies operating in Iraq because of the current security conditions." And added that "employees working in these companies are still working, and talk about their return to their homes because of the security situation is not accurate. "


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    Jumaili: the parliament session will not be held if there is no consensus

    Jumaili: the parliament session will not be held if there is no consensus

    06/24/2014 09:53:00


    Jumaili: all the political blocs would have to unite to form the next government

    Announced the leadership of the coalition are united for reform unit Jumaili, that the first meeting of the new Council of Representatives must be held 15 days after the ratification of the names before the House of Representatives of the Federal Supreme Court.
    She Jumaili, in a statement toPUKmedia, today Tuesday, 06/24/2014, "it is noted in the circumstances of Iraq today, that the meeting of the Council of Representatives will not be held unless there is a consensus on the presidency of the Republic, ministers, MPs," pointing , that "the combination of the president is harder than being a combination of Prime Minister needs to two-thirds of the vote".
    Jumaili explained, that "a coalition united not determined yet whether his position would ban or boycott the session," asserting at the same time, that "the coalition is certainly not with the county."
    The leadership in the coalition, that "there is a major security crisis experienced by the country and all the political blocs would have to unite to form the next government and to find political solutions instead of military solutions."


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