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    Kobler looking with Shahristani remove Iraq from Chapter VII


    BAGHDAD / JD / .. Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs Hussain al-Shahristani, afternoon, with a representative of the secretary-general of the United Nations, Martin Kobler, among other issues, including removing Iraq from Chapter VII.
    statement said, issued today, the Office of Shahristani received / JD / copy : The meeting reviewed a number of issues concerning the political process in the country, and the role of the United Nations in conducting the Kirkuk Provincial Council elections.
    statement added that "the talks between al-Shahristani, and Kobler touched to remove Iraq from Chapter VII". / end / 22

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    Baghdad, USAID Agree on Economic Balance

    Posted on 17 October 2012. Tags: Tijara, United States Agency for International Development, USAID, USAID-Tijara Provincial Economic Growth Program

    A new report jointly compiled by the Iraq Prime Minister’s Advisory Commission and the U.S. Agency for International Development warns that over dependence on oil revenues has the potential of creating significant economic and market distortions.
    According to the report, released at an October 4 conference in Baghdad’s Al-Rashid Hotel, rapid expansion of oil wealth, together with the other ingredients of an undeveloped market system and the legacy of decades of a planned economy are “a recipe for political and economic chaos” should a power struggle develop for the control of the government that dominates the economy and disburses billions of dollars in salaries and subsidies.
    The Revision of Iraq’s Economic Priorities Conference was co-hosted by PMAC and the USAID-Tijara Provincial Economic Growth Program and brought together Iraqi leaders from the executive branch, the Council of Representatives, businesses, labor unions, and academia.
    Thamir Ghadhban, chairman of PMAC, stressed the need for a clear vision for economic policy and a timeframe for the execution of its goals, pointing out that: “the transition from totalitarian regimes to pluralism, accompanied by the transformation of the state-controlled economic system to a market economy, is difficult and lengthy

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    Barzani happy: Baghdad officials reversed the Constitution and the Tigris protect green
    [19:09] 12/Oct/18

    Erbil October 18 / October - (PNA) said national security adviser to the Kurdistan Region Barzani happy, Thursday, that a number of Iraqi officials goes against the Constitution and arm himself, pointing out that Kirkuk does not need to force the Tigris but must publish in Baghdad.

    Barzani interview came after his meeting with the UN envoy in Iraq, Martin Kobler in Arbil to discuss the latest developments in the country. Said Barzani happy in a statement issued by his office that "Iraq's problems should be resolved through dialogue and peace and that the sole basis Iraqi constitution to solve all the problems."However, "but that there are in Baghdad of acting opposite the Constitution and trying to arm themselves and to send troops to areas withheld from the region." He Barzani happy to Tigris Operations Command said it had sent without the consent of the Iraqi Council of Representatives as well as the Council of Ministers and that the move "unconstitutional." Barzani said, "that if they want these forces to restore security and stability to Kirkuk is better for them to send these troops to Baghdad to maintain the security of the capital because he is so far to protect the Green Zone in Baghdad have not been successful." With regard to Kirkuk Barzani happy stressed that "the Iraqi constitution in Article 140 develop effective solutions to this problem," he said, adding that "the people of Kirkuk should decide the fate of their city." Turn Kuebler said that "the United Nations is trying to calm the political situation in Iraq, especially to address the problems between Baghdad and Erbil," hoping that "elections are in Kirkuk successfully if provincial elections were held in Iraq."

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