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    Moscow longer Baghdad reward after a huge arms deal: We will help you get out of Chapter VII
    Published 16/10/2012 11:57 AM
    BAGHDAD - "arenas of liberation"
    and promised Moscow reward after a deal huge arms, signed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during his visit to Russia last week, is working to remove Iraq from Chapter VII.
    said media adviser to Prime Minister Ali al-Musawi for the government to promise a Russian to get Iraq from Chapter Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations: "The visit of Prime Minister recent visit to Russia yielded positive results, including getting promises from Russian officials on the supportive attitude to exit Iraq from Chapter VII," referring to understand the Russian side of the right of Iraq to get rid of international sanctions as a result of the fulfillment of its obligations.

    Ali al-Moussawi
    And research and Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said in an interview with the Ambassador of the Russian Federation accredited to Iraq Ilya Murgunov political agreements and diplomatic, which was signed between the two countries.
    According to a statement of the ministry, "that" the two sides reviewed the good results of the recent visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his accompanying delegation to Russia, as well as for political and diplomatic agreements that have been signed by the foreign ministers of the two countries

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    CBI and the Arrest warrants...
    10/16/12


    Simple, Speaker of the Council of Representatives Usama al-Nujayfi set up the committee to investigate the CBI.
    He has NOT said a word about all this and until he does none of these article carry any weight.
    This is nothing more than another Maliki tactic to try and put one of his cornies from the "SLC" in-charge of the CBI...

    Lets ALL Pray this is the
    straw that breaks the camel's back and they vote "No Confidence" on Maliki and his Government....

    PS
    As of today's date "10/16/12" Dr. Shabibi has NOT been arrested!!!!!!
    Who said? I said...


    ::: SHABIBI HAS BEEN TEMPORARILY
    REMOVED FROM THE CBI ::: I STAND CORRECTED :::: HOWEVER HE AND THE OTHERS STILL HAVEN'T BEEN ARRESTED :::

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    Barzani meets Allawi and Chalabi, the effects of the current crisis on the future of the political process

    Tuesday, October 16 1 / Okrudolf 2012 18:05

    [Erbil - where]
    Search Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani, president of the coalition in Iraq, Iyad Allawi and Iraqi National Congress leader Ahmed Chalabi both individually latest political developments and the effects of the current political crisis in the country on the future of the political process.
    A statement by the Presidency of the Kurdistan Region received and all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "Barzani and Allawi discussed ways to address the political crisis by relying on several options, including the adoption of the agreement Erbil."
    He added that "the two sides stressed the need to intensify efforts in coordination with other parties in order to unify the views and attitudes about the current situation and the future of the country."
    The statement noted that "Barzani received today is also chairman of the Iraqi National Congress Ahmed Chalabi, and discussed with him the current situation in Iraq and the political crisis."

    "The two sides stressed the need to address this crisis based on the Constitution and the agreements, stressing that the consolidation of democracy and true partnership is the basis for addressing the problems."

    [HERE WE HAVE 3 BIG PLAYERS MEETING... DON'T THINK FOR ONE MINUTE THEY AREN'T DISCUSSING THEIR BACKUP PLAN/OPTIONS... LIKE THE "VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE" ]


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    Sadrists: Maliki plans to stay in the post of prime minister for life
    03:42:16 / 10/2012
    Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki

    Khandan - confirmed the Liberal block of the Sadrist movement internalized within the National Alliance, the Federal Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki planned to stay on as prime minister for life, not for state-building.

    The MP said the Sadrists Jawad al-Hasnawi in a statement to "Khandan": "Maliki planned by exploiting his current to stay as prime minister for life", adding that an effort Maliki this is what drove blocs political demanding withdrawal of confidence with him, stressing that the current Sadrist support the formation of institutions independently and be for the state and not to people or parties, and there is a difference between the two.

    Hasnawi noted, that the proposed law to determine the three presidencies (the Republic, deputies, ministers) faces severe obstacles, but the Sadrist movement Egypt passed in the House of Representatives.







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    Legal Committee denies receipt of any file charges against the Shabibi
    The time on Tuesday, October 16 1 / Okrudolf 2012 14:12 | |


    Baghdad / Orr News

    A member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee Hassoun Fatlawi that his committee did not receive or review any file on the charges against Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi.

    Fatlawi said in a news release shall not libel any citizen or official in the state, but after testing the evidence against him, adding that the unpublicized can claim compensation rewarding They faced his reputation.

    He added: that the committee did not offer her any of the charges by the committee formed to follow up the operations of the Central Bank and the issuance of an arrest warrant against the province ", pointing out that he can not legally libel defendants while the stability of the charge against them with irrefutable evidence.

    The Integrity Commission issued an arrest warrant for the Iraqi Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi accused of financial corruption issues.









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    Urgent .. Services demanding parliamentary hosting al-Maliki and "held accountable" for 117 trillion dinars
    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16 1 / OKRUDOLF 2012 13:46
    Twilight News / Commission asked for parliamentary services and reconstruction, Tuesday, hosted by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki as a result of not completing 50 percent of ministries service projects, emphasizing the need for "accountability" Maliki by other officials.
    The Chairperson of the Committee said Vian intruder in a press conference held by the House of Representatives building and attended by "Twilight News" It will present a request to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to host Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on the back of the completion of the ministries of 5% of their service projects.
    The intruder pointed out that the "host-Maliki come to indicate the reason for the delay of these projects", wondering "Where did the money the current year's budget, which amounted to 117 Terelln Iraqi dinars and we have not seen services to the people"?

    [BECAUSE HE IS BUILDING HIS
    ARMY & BUYING WMD WITH IT]


    The Chairperson of the Commission services and reconstruction that "must be accountable before Prime Minister accounting other officials."
    Noteworthy that one of the most prominent functions of the Commission services and reconstruction parliamentary supervision of five ministries of service, namely: the Ministry of Construction and Housing, and the Ministry of Municipalities, and the Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Communications, and the Municipality of Baghdad.
    The capital Baghdad and other cities of the country's provinces are suffering from the deterioration of the fact the service and standard of living, which is experiencing government departments and institutions spread financial and administrative corruption in all joints.


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    Kurdish newspaper: Barzani rejected Talabani's mediation to resolve the standoff with al-Maliki

    Tuesday, October 16


    {Baghdad Ambassador: News}
    Declared independent Kurdish newspaper Aoana Sulaymaniyah province, Tuesday,that the President of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani rejected a request made ​​by the President of the Republic for a meeting collections Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to resolve the crisis problems, the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government.

    The newspaper said in its edition today, "President Jalal Talabani asked the Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani during a meeting with him in Erbil Governorate, to meet his collections with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, to resolve the problems between the region and the center."

    The newspaper added that "Barzani rejected the demand," noting that it "confirmed that he will not meet with al-Maliki again", according to the newspaper.
    [BARZNI IS DONE PLAYING GAMES WITH MALIKI, MEETING AFTER MEETING... BARZNI IS DONE WITH MALIKI...]



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    President Talabani visiting head of the Iraqi National Alliance Ibrahim Jaafari

    Tuesday, October 16 1 / Okrudolf 2012 22:37
    [Baghdad - where]A statement by the Presidency said President Jalal Talabani visited Tuesday evening head of the Iraqi National Alliance, Dr. Ibrahim al-Jaafari.The statement said it had been trading during the meeting in the practical steps to continue the process of reform among the political parties, and the results of dialogues conducted by the President of the Republic during the last period.Emphasis was placed on the need to preserve national unity, and to intensify efforts; to overcome the obstacles that stand in the progress of the political process, was also stressed the need to complete the dialogues with powers and respect for the parties and all political symbols, to forge national unity.The meeting included review of developments in the regional situation, and emphasize the role of Iraq in establishing stability in the region.On the other hand issued a statement to the National Alliance for the meeting, but both statements did not touch to the fate of the national meeting that President Talabani had convened to resolve the current political crisis, as well as paper reforms prepared by the National Alliance for the national meeting is expected. / End
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    Iraq removes central bank head in corruption probe

    Associated Press / October 16, 2012


    BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq abruptly removed the longtime governor of the country’s central bank Tuesday after he and other bank officials were targeted in an investigation into alleged financial wrongdoing.

    The governor, Sinan al-Shabibi, is seen as a politically independent economist who has led the bank since shortly after the U.S.-led invasion. He has not been charged with any crime, and his lawyer insists he is innocent.

    The allegations, drawn up by a special parliamentary committee established to investigate the bank, could give new ammunition to critics of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki that the Iraqi leader is trying to consolidate control over the country’s institutions.

    Iraq’s Cabinet voted Tuesday to temporarily replace al-Shabibi with Abdul-Basit Turki, the head of the Board of Supreme Audit, until the investigation is complete, according to Ali al-Moussawi, a spokesman for the prime minister.

    Iraq’s Integrity Commission, the country’s anti-corruption watchdog, is investigating the allegations.

    ‘‘The committee in charge of this ... found shortcomings in the work of the central bank and these findings were sent to the Integrity Commission, which has decided to withdraw power from al-Shabibi,’’ al-Moussawi said.

    The investigation deals at least in part with alleged irregularities involving the exchange of Iraqi dinars for hard currency, according to al-Moussawi and Haitham al-Jabouri, a lawmaker involved in the probe.

    About 16 bank employees are targeted in the investigation, al-Jabouri said. He said he expects arrest warrants against some could be issued soon.

    Before becoming bank governor in 2003, al-Shabibi worked for more than two decades for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.

    One of his lawyers, Waleed Mohammed al-Shabibi, defended the governor’s innocence. The lawyer described himself as a relative of the governor.

    ‘‘These charges are politically motivated. Al-Shabibi is honest and professional,’’ said the lawyer. ‘‘The government is planning to replace him with another official who takes orders from the government.’’

    Al-Moussawi, the prime minister’s spokesman, denied the charge, saying there was no political motivation behind the move.

    The bank governor himself could not immediately be reached for comment. His lawyer said al-Shabibi is out of the country. He declined to say where.

    Spokespeople for the central bank said they are not authorized to discuss the allegations.

    Iraq has rapidly increased its oil output following years of war and neglect, and that has translated into a sharp rise in hard currency reserves. The country earlier this year surpassed next-door Iran as OPEC’s second-largest oil producer, and its currency reserves recently topped $60 billion.

    But the bank’s efforts to keep the dinar stable through its sales of dollars to local banks have come under pressure, particularly over the past year.

    Mudhhir Mohammed Salih, the bank’s deputy governor, said in January that he believed the civil war in neighboring Syria and international sanctions against Iran had caused a jump in demand for dollars sold by Baghdad.

    He said opportunistic businessmen were buying up dollars and then reselling them on the black market to customers across the border, sucking greenbacks out of the country and making it harder for the bank to keep Iraq’s dinar stable. The bank aims to keep the local currency set at close to 1,200 dinars per dollar.

    Salih separately confirmed he is among those being investigated, but said he has no further details.

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    Associated Press writers Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Sinan Salaheddin, Sameer N. Yacoub and Bushra Juhi contributed reporting.


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    Iraqi Cabinet removes central bank head amid allegations of financial wrongdoing

    Published October 16, 2012



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