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    " The Dinar Daily ", Friday, 27 June 2014

    It is EVICT MALIKI DAY + FIFTY - EIGHT ( 58 ) or " E - M DAY + 58 "


    " 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. "

    PREVIOUSLY AND CONTINUING

    "..... 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.

    [* a 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.]

    http://8th-day.com/?p=53272


    Yet, such a solution may come at a later stage, after the favored options by most parties have been exhausted.


    What is certain now is that a harsh negotiating season will [ * HAS ] begin [ * BEGUN ] 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. "

    SEE :"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.

    http://www.albaghdad...Il-AkLAkKn.html

    AND / BUT ?

    * NOTE :
    Citizen Coalition: National Alliance did not discuss formally so far any candidate to lead the next government

    26/06/2014 09:22:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / The spokesman for the citizen coalition, Baleq Abu Kalal said that " any names were not put to head the next government, weather from the National Coalition or from other forces within the National Alliance," noting that "even al-Maliki has not been presented formally by the state of law coalition. "

    He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "the National Alliance's forces are committed, to this moment, that the candidate who will head the government should be from the National Alliance, and should have the admissibility within the Alliance and the rest of the national forces."

    He added that "presenting a candidate from the national alliance for prime minister post is premature in light of the constitutional steps, which we should search for a candidate for the presidency of the parliament represents our Sunni brothers and the Presidency of the republic from the Kurds, then talking about the candidate of the next government."

    The recent period has witnessed a number of statements to many MPs about the nomination of a number of personalities to fill the post of Prime Minister, among them (Adel Abdul-Mahdi, Ahmed Chalabi, in addition to Sate of Law's candidate, the current Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.


    http://www.ninanews.com/english/News...ar95_VQ=HFEHME

    and

    Turfi: INA's nominee for PM Post to satisfy all sides
    Thursday, 26 June 2014 11:14

    Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Habib al-Turfi, of the Citizen bloc, stated that the nominee of the Iraqi National Alliance for the Prime Minister Post will satisfy all sides.

    He stated to AIN "The next Prime Minister that will be from the INA will be elected by all the sides of INA and will satisfy all the political sides."

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....sfy-all-sides-

    and TODAY

    Sistani calls for agreement on "a new prime minister" before Tuesday's session


    BAGHDAD - Iraq Press -27 June:

    called religious authority Ali al-Sistani, on Friday, the political parties to agree on the next prime minister prior to the first session of the lawmakers next Tuesday.

    Sistani also called for agreement on the next head of the House of Representatives as well as the President of the Republic before the opening session of the Council.

    The representative of the reference, Sheikh Abdul Mahdi al-Karbalai during Friday prayers, in the city of Karbala, said that the choice of the three before the House of Representatives represents a "prelude to a political settlement, which seeks to everyone at the moment."

    And exposed Iraq's political leaders to mounting pressure to form a government representative of all communities in the country, from the United States, the biggest supporter of Iraq, which hopes to undermine such a government, the support received by the gunmen.

    It was al-Sistani called on June 13 to volunteer Ulkipaúa and defend the country and sanctuaries prompting tens of thousands to volunteer to join the security forces and support

    http://www.iraqpressagency.com/?p=71482&lang=ar

    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."

    * NOTE : 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'.

    http://translate.googleusercontent.c...fSzL7EIxtcP9qQ

    AND

    * NOTE :
    Vice president to U.S. official: presidential decree within two days to new parliament to hold its first session

    25/06/2014 10:24:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / Vice President, Khodair al-Khuzai discussed with Assistant Secretary of State, Brett Makourk and US Ambassador in Baghdad Stephen Beecroft security and political developments in Iraq.

    A statement from the Office of the vice president quoted him as he confirmed "the commitment of the presidency in the democratic political process in the country and the constitutional timings," stressing that "the Presidency will issue a decree during the next two days calls the new parliament to hold its first session, noting that the political process will not be hindered by the terrorism and armed groups."

    He asked the U.S. government for "more support for Iraq, particularly in the military and intelligence field and the necessity of activating the framework strategic agreement signed between the two countries to counter terrorism and defeat it and to maintain the security and stability of Iraq and the region.

    For his part, Makourk confirmed that "al-Qaeda and armed groups pose a common enemy for Iraq and his country and Washington is committed to supporting Iraq in its war against terrorism."

    http://www.ninanews.com/english/News...ar95_VQ=HFEGEM

    and

    Presidency of the Republic calls the new Parliament to convene on next Tuesday 1, July

    26/06/2014 11:00:00

    BAGHDAD / NINA / Presidency of the Republic issued a decree calling the elected MPs to convene next Tuesday.

    A statement from the presidency cited " a presidential decree was issued to invite the new parliament to convene next Tuesday, 1 July, adding that the oldest member will preside the session ."


    http://www.ninanews.com/english/News...ar95_VQ=HFEIEJ

    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.

    * NOTE :

    Urgent .. Federal Court ratified the call candidates [Jubouri and Aldhlki]


    Wednesday, June 26, 2014 12:20

    [Baghdad - where]
    The Federal Supreme Court ratified the names of candidates for the [Diyala identity] [Salim al] and [Raad Aldhlki].
    A spokesman for the Supreme Judicial Authority Abdul Sattar Bayrakdar told all of Iraq [where] on Thursday that "the court has ratified today the names of the candidates [Jubouri and Aldhlki after resolving lawsuits filed against them and Nbarothma of the charges followed ..

    http://translate.googleusercontent.c...chW-a1wAz23wkw

    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.

    http://gulfanalysis.wordpress.com/20...ection-result/

    and / BUT

    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 Ulkipaúa 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. ***


    http://www.wipo.int/wipolex/en/text.jsp?file_id=230001

    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.


    http://translate.googleusercontent.c...#ixzz34xj0txZY

    and

    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

    and

    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.

    http://translate.googleusercontent.c...#ixzz356geDy6C

    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.


    http://www.wipo.int/wipolex/en/text.jsp?file_id=230001

    http://www.alliraqnews.com/en/index....nce-of-all-mps


    and

    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.

    and

    * LINKS HAVE BEEN " LOST " OVER TIME IN THE REPEATED CUTTING / PASTING OF THESE ARTICLE BUT ARE AVAILABLE UPON DEMAND * ***

    Who is "National" candidate, Adel Abdul Mahdi ? 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.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/4416873.stm


    * NOTE : The foregoing is an article from the last election cycle.
    Last edited by chattels; 06-28-2014 at 03:56 AM.



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    President Barzani: We’ll Make Kirkuk an Example of Religious and Ethnic Coexistence

    By RUDAW



    Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani arriving in Kirkuk on Thursday, June 26, 2014.

    KIRKUK, Kurdistan Region— President of the autonomous Kurdistan Region Massoud Barzani made an unannounced visit to Kirkuk on Thursday where he met with Kurdish Peshmerga and security forces and pledged to protect the city and make it “an example of coexistence.”

    “My visit here is to meet with military, security and political parties and about how to protect Kirkuk and how to make it an example of ethnic, religious and sectarian coexistence after returning its real identity,” said Barzani in a town hall meeting, addressing Peshmerga commanders and representatives of political parties in Kirkuk.

    “I am here in Kirkuk to congratulate the people of Kurdistan for this big achievement for which we have been struggling and shedding blood for years,” added the Kurdish president.

    Kurdish Peshmerga forces moved into Kirkuk city and the southern edges of the province following the complete withdrawal of Iraqi troops two weeks ago. On Thursday yet more Kurdish forces were dispatched to the province with tanks and heavy weaponry.

    “We have always said, let the identity of Kirkuk return, then you would see the extent of Kurdish generosity and you would see how big and open is the heart of the Kurds,” said President Barzani, referring to extensive campaigns by previous Iraqi regimes to change the province’s demography. “Today is that day.”

    Kirkuk is home to Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen and Assyrian Christians. However, the Kurds consider it part of their homeland and much of their Kurdish armed and political struggle in the past several decades against Iraq’s central government was over the future of Kirkuk.

    “We, Kurds should be more open today towards our brothers --Turkmen, Arabs Christians and all the other religions and sects,” said Barzani.

    After the US-led invasion of Iraq and removal of Saddam Hussein’s regime in 2003, Kurdish Peshmerga forces were able to control Kirkuk, but they were forced to leave the province, promising that Article 140 of the constitution would resolve the dispute.

    Kurdish leaders however, blamed Iraqi leaders, among them Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki for procrastination and reluctance to solve the issues and conduct a referendum regarding the fate of the province.

    “You all remember that the slogan of our (September) revolution that said Kurdistan or death,” said Barzani.

    “Today Kurdistan has been achieved and we must protect it,” he added, as he hailed the landslide Kurdish victory in the provincial and parliamentary polls in the province in April.

    Barzani told his audience in the Kirkuk town hall that a “new day” had arrived for the Kurds, saying, “I am very hopeful that this would be the end of all grief and we would be marching towards a new horizon and a brighter and better day.”

    The Kurdish president reassured the residents of the province that Peshmerga forces were there to “protect Kirkuk and if necessary I’m ready to carry a gun and defend Kirkuk as a Peshmerga.”

    http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/260620144

    Make no mistake, this is a " spiritual and prophetic " moment for the Kurdish people. Great and enduring nations are marked and bound together in and by such moments. May the and our one GOD find a way to make " the lion lie down with the lamb " and HIS peace be unto all.

    “The Spirit of the LORD is upon Me,
    Because He has anointed Me
    To preach the gospel to the poor;
    He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted,
    To proclaim liberty to the captives
    And recovery of sight to the blind,
    To set at liberty those who are oppressed;
    To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD.”


    Then He closed the book, and gave it back to the attendant and sat down. And the eyes of all who were in the synagogue were fixed on Him. And He began to say to them, “Today this Scripture is fulfilled in your hearing.” - The Nazarene

  3. #3

    President Barzani: We’ll Make Kirkuk an Example of Religious and Ethnic Coexistence

    President Barzani: We’ll Make Kirkuk an Example of Religious and Ethnic Coexistence
    By RUDAW

    Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani arriving in Kirkuk on Thursday, June 26, 2014.

    KIRKUK, Kurdistan Region— President of the autonomous Kurdistan Region Massoud Barzani made an unannounced visit to Kirkuk on Thursday where he met with Kurdish Peshmerga and security forces and pledged to protect the city and make it “an example of coexistence.”



    “My visit here is to meet with military, security and political parties and about how to protect Kirkuk and how to make it an example of ethnic, religious and sectarian coexistence after returning its real identity,” said Barzani in a town hall meeting, addressing Peshmerga commanders and representatives of political parties in Kirkuk.

    “I am here in Kirkuk to congratulate the people of Kurdistan for this big achievement for which we have been struggling and shedding blood for years,” added the Kurdish president.

    Kurdish Peshmerga forces moved into Kirkuk city and the southern edges of the province following the complete withdrawal of Iraqi troops two weeks ago. On Thursday yet more Kurdish forces were dispatched to the province with tanks and heavy weaponry.

    “We have always said, let the identity of Kirkuk return, then you would see the extent of Kurdish generosity and you would see how big and open is the heart of the Kurds,” said President Barzani, referring to extensive campaigns by previous Iraqi regimes to change the province’s demography. “Today is that day.”

    Kirkuk is home to Arabs, Kurds, Turkmen and Assyrian Christians. However, the Kurds consider it part of their homeland and much of their Kurdish armed and political struggle in the past several decades against Iraq’s central government was over the future of Kirkuk.

    “We, Kurds should be more open today towards our brothers --Turkmen, Arabs Christians and all the other religions and sects,” said Barzani.

    After the US-led invasion of Iraq and removal of Saddam Hussein’s regime in 2003, Kurdish Peshmerga forces were able to control Kirkuk, but they were forced to leave the province, promising that Article 140 of the constitution would resolve the dispute.
    Kurdish leaders however, blamed Iraqi leaders, among them Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki for procrastination and reluctance to solve the issues and conduct a referendum regarding the fate of the province.

    “You all remember that the slogan of our (September) revolution that said Kurdistan or death,” said Barzani.

    “Today Kurdistan has been achieved and we must protect it,” he added, as he hailed the landslide Kurdish victory in the provincial and parliamentary polls in the province in April.

    Barzani told his audience in the Kirkuk town hall that a “new day” had arrived for the Kurds, saying, “I am very hopeful that this would be the end of all grief and we would be marching towards a new horizon and a brighter and better day.”

    The Kurdish president reassured the residents of the province that Peshmerga forces were there to “protect Kirkuk and if necessary I’m ready to carry a gun and defend Kirkuk as a Peshmerga.”

    http://rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/260620144

    * Make no mistake, this is a " spiritual and prophetic " moment for the Kurdish people. Great and enduring nations are marked and bound together in and by such moments.* May the and our one GOD find a way to make " the lion lie down with the lamb " and HIS peace be unto all. - chattels

    “The Spirit of the LORD is upon Me,
    Because He has anointed Me
    To preach the gospel to the poor;
    He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted,
    To proclaim liberty to the captives
    And recovery of sight to the blind,
    To set at liberty those who are oppressed;
    To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD.”


    Then He closed the book, and gave it back to the attendant and sat down. And the eyes of all who were in the synagogue were fixed on Him. And He began to say to them, “Today this Scripture is fulfilled in your hearing.” - The Nazarene Luke 4:14-21
    Last edited by chattels; 06-27-2014 at 10:06 AM.

  4. #4

    Isis news : Conflict updates

    Hague Appeals for Unity in Baghdad, as Maliki Turns to Syria and Iran
    By RUDAW

    UK Foreign Secretary William Hague confers with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.


    ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – UK Foreign Secretary William Hague made an urgent appeal for political unity in Baghdad against a jihadi blitz, but amid indications Iraq’s Shiite prime minister was turning to Iran and Syria in face of a Western reluctance for military involvement.



    Hague’s unannounced visit came just as Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki confirmed that Syrian warplanes had carried out border raids against the militants, who include the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).



    The Sunni jihadis have captured cities and key installations, such as two border posts with Syria, since beginning their rampage about a fortnight ago. They vow to march on Baghdad to oust the Shiite government.



    The Iraqi military has largely collapsed since the rebel advance began with the capture of Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city. But as Hague prepared to go into talks in Baghdad, state television showed army troops in control of the Baiji refinery, the country’s largest, which reportedly had fallen.



    “The immediate priority, and the focus of my discussions today, is to help and encourage Iraqi leaders to put sectarian conflicts behind them and unite across all political parties,” Hague said in Baghdad, adding he would also be meeting with Massoud Barzani, president of the autonomous northern Kurdistan Region.



    “The Iraqi state is facing an existential threat, with huge ramifications for the future stability and freedom of this country. The single most important factor that will determine whether or not Iraq overcomes this challenge is political unity,” Hague said.



    He expressed the same view as US Secretary of State John Kerry, who was in Baghdad Monday before traveling to the Kurdish capital of Erbil.



    But in the time that Kerry left Baghdad and Hague arrived, Maliki reneged on a pledge to the US secretary that he would quickly form a salvation government to stop Iraq from splintering into Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish portions.



    “The call to form a national emergency government is a coup against the constitution and the political process,” he said on state television Wednesday.



    Hague, however, came with an urgent appeal for unity.



    “As a friend of Iraq, the UK believes the urgent priority must be to form an inclusive government that can command the support of all Iraqi people and work to stop ISIS in its tracks,” he said.



    The British minister said the UK can provide diplomatic, counter-terrorism and humanitarian support to Iraq. He said his government has already provided five million pounds in emergency relief to Iraq and “there is more that we will be able to do in support of a unified Iraqi government.”



    But Maliki, who has pleaded for US air strikes against the militants, has only received 300 advisors from Washington, which has been his main Western backer up to now.



    Maliki confirmed that warplanes in Syria -- where ISIS is also fighting and where he has helped the regime receive weapons from Iran by opening Iraqi territory -- had carried out raids against the militants on the border with Iraq.



    “There was no coordination involved, but we welcome this action,” he told the BBC. “We welcome any Syrian strike against ISIS, because this group targets both Iraq and Syria,” he said. “The final winners are our two countries.”



    The avowed goal of ISIS is to create an Islamic state on territory straddling both Iraq and Syria.



    Following the Syrian air raids earlier this week, reportedly inside Iraq, the White House warned Damascus to stay out of the war next door.



    As Maliki refused to budge, ISIS militants were reported to be fighting only an hour away from Baghdad.



    Maliki’s rejection of Western appeals for a unified government was seen as an indication he is counting on support from elsewhere, namely Shiite Iran.



    The New York Times reported that Tehran is supplying Maliki with tons of military equipment every day. It said that the very powerful commander of Iran’s elite Quds force, Qassem Soleimani, has been in Iraq to coordinate the fight against insurgents.

    http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/260620142

    and


    Peshmerga Fight ISIS in Nineveh; Militants an Hour Away from Baghdad
    By RUDAW


    Kurdish Peshmerga forces guarding the last line of defense near Mosul.


    ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Kurdish Peshmerga forces trying to protect Christians reported clashes with Islamic insurgents in northern Iraq, as militants who have been on a territorial rampage since more than a fortnight ago were reported to have taken a town only an hour from Baghdad.



    Meanwhile, British Foreign Secretary William Hague arrived in Baghdad Thursday on an unannounced visit, days after US Secretary of State John Kerry was in the Iraqi capital to urge the embattled Shiite-led government to quickly form an inclusive government.



    Just before Hague landed in Baghdad, the Reuters news agency reported that the rebels, led by the jihadi Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), had captured a town only an hour away from the Iraqi capital, after gains in the Mansouriyat al-Jabal area.



    In northern Nineveh province, Kurdish Peshmerga forces were attacked by ISIS fighters while trying to dig defensive trenches to protect Christians and Shabak Kurds in the Al-Hamdaniya district.



    Intelligence and other officials said that three Peshmerga soldiers were wounded in fighting that began Wednesday, with casualties also among the militants.



    Also Wednesday, a roadside bomb killed a Peshmerga and wounded 12 others near the town of Rabia on the Syria-Iraq border.



    Christians in Nineveh have been fleeing in large numbers, mostly for the autonomous Kurdistan Region, since insurgents who include ISIS and loyalists of Saddam Hussein’s ousted regime captured the Nineveh capital of Mosul, the country’s second-largest city, more than a fortnight ago.



    Since then Peshmerga forces, who moved into Kurdish-populated areas outside the Kurdistan Region’s official borders to take over positions abandoned by retreating Iraqi army forces, have reported sporadic clashes with the rebels.



    An intelligence official told Rudaw that the ISIS fighters were pushed back by Kurdish forces and defeated on three fronts in Al-Hamdaniya.



    Bashar Kiki, the provincial council chief, said the fighting lasted two hours, stopping after mediation from tribal and religious officials. But Peshmerga sources said that clashes were ongoing.



    Kiki added that six mortars landed inside Al-Hamdaniya, one of them hitting a house but causing no casualties.



    “A number of Christian families fled to Erbil because of the clashes,” Kiki said.



    Meanwhile the intelligence official, who did not want to be identified, said that many people were continuing to flee to the Kurdistan Region.



    “The ISIS has cut off water supply to Hamdaniya for three days, since the militants are in control of the water station,” he said. “Many people fled to Erbil and Duhok today because of mortars and Katyusha rockets landing in the town,” he added.



    Over the past two weeks there have been sporadic clashes between Peshmerga forces and ISIS fighters in the area. But despite the heavy concentration of Kurdish and ISIS forces in the province, both sides have largely practiced a kind of undeclared truce.



    The deployment of the elite Kurdish Zeravani forces in the Nineveh plains has helped many residents stay in their villages, unlike much of the population of Mosul, which fled the city at the outbreak of hostilities between Iraqi forces and ISIS.



    The Nineveh Plain has the largest population of Christians in Iraq, where Christian communities have been largely devastated due to years of fighting and emigration. ISIS has especially targeted Christians across Iraq.



    Large parts of Nineveh lie in so-called “disputed territories,” which are claimed both by the autonomous Kurds and the embattled Arab-led government in Baghdad.


    Since the fall of Mosul, the Kurdistan Regional Government has taken charge of all disputed territories, including the oil-rich city of Kirkuk.

    http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/260620141

    and


    Iraqi Defense Official: Army Has Lost 7 Divisions; Losses at $10b
    By HEVIDAR AHMED

    Fighters of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) inspecting military vehicles abandoned by the Iraqi army.


    ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Since they began their blitz just over a fortnight ago, Sunni insurgents in Iraq have destroyed half of the Iraqi army and inflicted $10 billion in losses, a senior Iraqi defense official said.



    Those losses continued to mount Wednesday as the jihadi-led insurgents reportedly overran the Ajeel oil site east of the captured city of Tikrit, and Iraqi television showed helicopters flying in troops as fighting continued for Baiji, the country’s largest oil refinery.



    Meanwhile, Iraq’s Shiite Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki poured cold water on any hope of a resolution to the serious gripes of the country’s very large Sunni and Kurdish populations that lie at the heart of Iraq’s problems.



    Two days after US Secretary of State John Kerry urged Maliki in Baghdad to quickly form an inclusive government where the ethnic and religious populations feel empowered, the prime minister rejected the idea on state television.



    "The call to form a national emergency government is a coup against the constitution and the political process," he declared in a televised address. "It is an attempt by those who are against the constitution to eliminate the young democratic process and steal the votes of the voters," he said.



    Maliki’s rejection was seen as an indication he is counting on support from elsewhere, namely Shiite Iran.



    The New York Times reported that Tehran is supplying Maliki with tons of military equipment every day, and that the very powerful commander of Iran’s elite Quds force, Qassem Soleimani, has been in Iraq to coordinate the fight against insurgents, who are led by the jihadi Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).



    The Iraqi defense official told Rudaw, on condition of anonymity, that his ministry had assessed its losses in a report.



    “The damage to the Iraqi army is estimated to be more than $10 billion, not taking into account the hundreds of army officers lost. So far, seven military divisions have been destroyed,” he quoted the report as saying.



    Iraq reportedly has about 14 army divisions, which would mean that half have been destroyed.



    Fighting was reported Wednesday between ISIS forces and the Iraqi Army in the Uzaim area, only 60 kilometers from Baghdad.



    The defense official noted that while Baghdad is predominantly Shiite, it is surrounded by rings of Sunni-populated territories.



    “Baghdad will not be spared from the war because every day towns around Baghdad are falling to ISIS,” he warned.



    Meanwhile, Hassan Jihad, a Kurdish MP in the Iraqi parliament and former member of its defense and security committee, said that only 500 insurgents were involved in the attack on Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city which fell two weeks ago after the heavily-armed Iraqi army turned and fled.



    The defense official said that the army had collapsed because Maliki had ignored military commanders and moved reserve troops from the fallen cities of Mosul, Tikrit and those in Diyala province to the fighting in Anbar, which is now entirely in the hands of insurgents.



    He also said that widespread corruption inside the Iraqi army was another problem. Some Iraqi MPs are asking what happened to all the billions given every year to train and equip an army that Maliki had boasted was one million-strong, but which was not there when needed.

    http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/26062014

  5. #5

    A source reveals the names of candidates for the presidency and parliament

    * FROM A FRIEND *

    A source reveals the names of candidates for the presidency and parliament

    Dated: June 25, 2014

    Baghdad / Iraq News Network - A source close to the National Alliance for the list of candidates of the presidents and the House of Representatives of the components of the Kurdish and Sunni respectively. Source confirmed today that the National Alliance condition of two women officers on the candidates and the two that have the candidate a majority at the component that transudate and regaining the admissibility of a national . said the source, who did not disclose the identity of the Kurds that candidates for the presidency are:

    1 - Necmettin cream for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK)

    2 - Barham Salih of the PUK

    3 - Hoshyar Zebari of the KDP

    4 - Rose Nuri Shawis from the Kurdistan Democratic Party

    The list included Sunni candidates for the presidency of the Council of Representatives of each:

    1 - Mahmoud scene for a coalition of national

    2 - Osama Najafi bloc united

    3 - Saleh al-Mutlaq from the Arab bloc

    4 - Salim al Union of Forces for National

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  6. #6

    Awadi confirms the maturity of al-Maliki as prime minister in the next government

    Awadi confirms the maturity of al-Maliki as prime minister in the next government

    27/06/2014 12:13 |


    BAGHDAD / Almusdrnilloz / .. MP for the coalition of state law, Ihsan al-Awadi, on Friday, on the maturity of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for prime minister in the next government according to constitutional requirements.
    He said al-Awadi said in a statement to the Agency / Almusdrnilloz /, "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is the most likely candidate for prime minister in the next government according to constitutional requirements," noting that "there is a clear roadmap drawn Aldstoraeraki is that the president assigns the candidate of the largest bloc in the Parliament in order to the formation of the next government. "
    "The date of the parliamentary session next Tuesday and there will be prohibitions of all the political blocs in the parliament to choose the characters, which holds the presidency of the republic and the rule of the prime minister and the House of Representatives according to Mans by the Constitution and the law."
    Al-Awadi said that "blocks unresolved candidates to fill the positions and there are agreements are being focused by the political blocs, including blocks of the National Alliance, which focuses on the choice of who will be prime minister."
    He pointed out that "blocks the National Alliance put forward the names of several of them, Chalabi, and Adel Abdul-Mahdi, but not decisively."
    He continued, al-Awadi said that "the rule of law you want to be a candidate is a candidate for the National Alliance also that is the agreement of all the blocks in the framework of the National Alliance on the choice of appropriate personal for the rule of prime minister, and that the state law is open to dialogue with political partners, especially since there is a circumstance emergency passes by the country needs to very concerted between the blocks and blocks, especially the National Alliance. "
    He stressed that "Maliki's next government, the state of the country's security situation and the terrorist attacks and its achievements on the level of security and fighting terror gangs from organizing" Daash "in addition to the entitlements of the election. Ended 19 / h
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  7. #7

    Maliki exercised his powers in exchange of the federal budget for the current year

    Maliki exercised his powers in exchange of the federal budget for the current year


    12:35
    06/27/2014

    Student member of the Commission on Security and Defense parliamentary previous Abbas al-Bayati, on Friday, the central government need to provide extra money and urgency of the Iraqi army in order to support him in his war against terrorism by providing the requirements of the basic, calling on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to exercise his powers in exchange of the federal budget for the current year.
    Bayati said that "what you are doing pieces of the Iraqi army, with all its different thing oversees because they offer their lives in defense of the Iraqi people and satisfied therefore incumbent on the government not to abandon them or to make them feel that there is a lack of promised," noting that "the army has a lot of weapons and other things, as well as the necessity of the existence of things that are encouraging for the troops at this critical juncture. "

    He added that "the middle of those requests which must be provided by the Iraqi army, it is imperative that the Prime Minister and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces Nouri al-Maliki to exercise his constitutional powers in exchange of the federal budget for the current year on the requirements of the armed forces, particularly in the fight against gangs Daash terrorist."

    Al-Bayati stressed that "the Army needs to weapons and extra equipment to combat terrorism in all Iraqi cities, not only in Mosul and Anbar."

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  8. #8

    Maysan Oil Company plans to increase its production to compensate for Iraq's oil expo

    Maysan Oil Company plans to increase its production to compensate for Iraq's oil exports

    27/06/2014 09:39 |


    Maysan / Almusdrnilloz / .. Maysan Oil announced that its parent company, on Friday, its intention to increase oil production to compensate for Iraqi exports due to stoppage of the fields in the northern province of Kurdistan.
    The general director of the company on the Qubool in a press statement seen by Agency / Almusdrnilloz /, that "it is certainly going to be the Ministry of Oil and pause on these emergency circumstances that led to the decline in oil exports because of the security crisis, but we will announce during the remaining months of the current year to compensate the production of what is covered production capacity of the fields of the northern fields of Kirkuk and the Kurdistan region. "
    Qubool added that "the roof of the expected production for the Maysan Oil Company aims to reach at the end of 2016 and beginning of 2017 up to one million barrels by increasing the production capacity within two rounds of licensing the first and second as well as national efforts."
    He pointed out that "in the company's past work for the production of 350 to 400 000 barrels per day through the end of this year, which will reflect positively on revenue of Maysan province and its budget, in particular through the petro-dollar investment law, which will be implemented soon."
    The Qubool "the stability of the security situation in the province, as well as the work of the oil companies operating within the licensing rounds, which operates continuously but have the desire to continue to work and there is an effort to increase production, as we said from 350-400 thousand end of 2014 instead of 250 000 barrels because of the determinants of the system of export to be developed In the fourth quarter of the current year ".

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  9. #9

    How does the reality of the new Iraq to the world's oil?

    How does the reality of the new Iraq to the world's oil?












    27-06-2014 11:01 AM
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) controls a state of confusion on the global oil market as a result of the violent Sunni insurgency which is drifting from northern Iraq and threatens to Baghdad.

    Iraq has the fourth largest oil reserves in the world. The uncertainty caused an increase of the price of the global measurement, the Brent North Sea, by 10 per cent over the past two weeks, reaching $ 115 per barrel. Oil has reached its highest level in nine months, and soon became what he considers a lot of people in the danger zone economy. The increase undermine the $ 10 price growth from the U.S. to China due to high transportation costs and production.

    It has become the real test for the market is now more pronounced, with the entry of militants in the organization Daash to regional stronghold of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein on the Baiji refinery. The markets are priced according to the risk of potential supply, including the possibility of dividing Iraq. The Baiji complex sprawling oil refining capacity consists of 290 thousand barrels per day, according to the former head of Energy Studies in 'OPEC' Saadallah Al Fathi.

    The battle for Peggy, and the existence of conflicting reports about who is dominant, as a guide to the problem in Iraq, as there is no coherent national strategy combines the Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds. It was a law preventing the national oil inside the Iraqi parliament for five years. The bill leads to an agreement to share the proceeds of the national production of the Shiite south to the Kurdish north, and finally south-western region of the country.

    The government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, according to what he said, and U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, in a bilateral meeting Monday, was unable to unite Iraqis. One can argue that the generosity of the oil in the country is an obstacle to efforts to find a solution.

    But Iraq has long been considered a growing force in the market. She described the Executive Director of the International Energy Agency, Maria van der Hoeven Iraq recently as the country of 'easy oil', as there is no difficulty to find oil or produced, but made it clear last week that the 'growth at risk are increasingly' and that the report of the International Energy Agency for The oil market in the medium term.

    The country sits on an estimated 143 billion barrels of proven reserves of oil. The daily production reached its highest level in 35 years, it has been producing 3.6 million barrels per day during the current year, what makes Iraq comes second after Saudi Arabia, within the 'OPEC.'

    He revealed Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani last year for the arrival of their aspirations production to 12 million barrels per day in the next decade. The International Energy Agency that half of this figure is an ambitious goal. It seems the market is more cautious now, as they are pricing according to the acute problems that impede the production plans. There are, of course, 'a new reality', according to the head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Massoud Barzani in a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, on Tuesday.

    As for not knowing how or Daash of who will control the refining capacity, it may be for the benefit of the facilities controlled by Shiites around Basra in the south and blocks production controlled by the Kurds in the north.

    Active major oil companies such as Exxon Mobil, Shell, and Tuta, and Russia's Lukoil and China National Petroleum outside of these regions, while causing more turbulence in large undulated through global markets.

    He revealed executives I spoke to them about the lack of exposure to security breaches, but the status of these special forces to protect oil assets. Although they talked about evacuation plans have been prepared, but at this stage, no one believed his need to these plans. As Barzani said, there is a new reality in Iraq.





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  10. #10

    Project iron and steel plant in Karbala up to 40% of the level of achievement

    Project iron and steel plant in Karbala up to 40% of the level of achievement

    By Adminsa 06/27/2014 2:13 |



    Brother - Baghdad
    Local government announced in the holy city of Karbala for the achievement of the iron and steel plant, which is implemented by a Chinese company in the advanced stages of completion, where the percentage of completion of more than 40% during the period of a few start execution of the work.
    Said Zuhair Abu Dakka chairman of the oversight committee on investment in the province of Karbala during a press statement seen by the Agency for News News (et) that the company (Chandunk Shen Xian) Chinese continue to implement the project's biggest plant for iron and steel, which is located behind the plant Althermiston. "Noting," reached completion rate in the iron and steel plant more than 40%. "
    Indicating that the project Sinhz in the coming months to produce in the next stages of other types of iron noting that the total cost of the project amounted to 38 million dinars. "
    He also pointed out that the lab bench depends on the initial materials in scrap iron and other materials are added him to produce iron rebar specifications according to Iraqi and international. "

    He pointed to the head of Paradise, "The work will result in its early stages after starting to work more than 230 thousand tons of steel rebar."

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    Last edited by sczin11; 06-27-2014 at 12:43 PM.

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