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    RED LILY
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    Gazette! Saturday, November 10, 2012

    ♠ It seems the news for this entire week has been hyper-focused on the ration cards.. so if today's news if filled with ration card articles, this will be a very short thread.. I am not going to post every ration card article I find.. how many times can you read about huh?

    Saturday November 10, 2012

    Abadi confirms that al-Maliki was not satisfied with the cancellation of the ration and the ministers voted/GAZETTE!


    BAGHDAD - babysit -Spokesman Islamic Dawa Party Haider al-Abadi, Saturday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was not satisfied with the decision to cancel the ration card, pointing out that ministers are voted upon after submitting a proposal to the Minister of Commerce.

    Abadi said during a press conference held today, the parliament building with a number of party members, and attended by the reporter and news agency public opinion (and babysit) "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki was not satisfied with the decision to cancel the ration card."


    Abadi added, "that ministers are voted on so to provide and Trade Minister Khairallah Hassan Babiker this proposal," adding that al-Maliki built topic being the Prime Minister. "P / h



    http://alrayy.com/65838.htm

    Saturday November 10, 2012
    Damluji warns of corruption distribution of the amounts of compensation mechanisms for citizens/GAZETTE!


    BAGHDAD - babysit - AVspokeswoman for the Iraqi List led by Iyad Allawi, Maysoon al, Saturday, rejected its list of the Cabinet's decision to cancel the ration card program, warned of corruption distribution of the amounts of compensation mechanisms for citizens.

    Said Damluji in a statement issued today, and received news agency public opinion (and babysit) a copy of "The entire cabinet responsibility in providing the daily diet of the citizens and the fight against corruption and the corrupt and providing ration appropriate for the people, instead of bullying Almtafvin and vulnerable."


    She Damluji "to the coalition in Iraq اصطفافه full with citizens and condemnation cancellation indiscriminate ration card and relied upon by millions", noting that the middle classes and the poor in the community had been waiting for improved materials and increased quantity and quality in the face of rising federal budget to the highest level in the history of Iraq. "


    The spokeswoman warned that corruption list long ration card is the same that would apply to the amounts allocated to the citizens, in the absence of institutions capable of properly distribute money to the people. "
    P / h



    http://alrayy.com/65820.htm






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    RED LILY
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    Saturday November 10, 2012
    Hassan Ozmn calls for the passage of laws that affect the lives of citizens and the political process/GAZETTE!


    Agencies - called a member of the Turkmen Front MP for the coalition in Iraq good Ozmn, the House of Representatives to invest the remainder of the age of the current parliamentary session, to pass laws that affect the lives of citizens and the political process.

    Said Ozmn in a press statement on Saturday, "in the absence of a national meeting, the political differences would deport to the next parliamentary session, and maybe take half her life to solve, pointing out that the government's majority political difficult application now, because House of Representatives election taking place in the third month of the year ( 2014), and preceded by a campaign that may be more than two months, and therefore do not have time to negotiate the formation. "


    The Iraqi MP "if political blocs will be able to hold national meeting, the political crisis will leave for the next parliamentary session and will take half her life and the life of the government that is formed, because the political map will change completely in the present." P / h



    http://alrayy.com/65826.htm


    ♠ Looks like Iraq has pretty much made up their mind to sit on their haunches until the next election and try to form a majority government of some kind in order to get any laws passed... Just like our senate and house, they need to have a majority in their government as well in order to get anything done.. right now they are deadlocked.

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    RED LILY
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    Saturday November 10, 2012
    Naieli: President Jalal Talabani and the National Alliance are making efforts to hold a national meetingd/GAZETTE!


    Agencies - A member of a coalition of state law the National Alliance MP Abdul Ilah Naieli, that the national meeting will be held and that did not happen this year probably will happen next year, and the absence of the Iraqi List, it would be an obstacle to success.

    Said Naieli in a press statement on Saturday that "President Jalal Talabani and the National Alliance are making efforts to hold a national meeting to agree on solutions differences between the political blocs, and if not to hold the meeting during this year it will be held over the next year."


    He added that "the Iraqi List, post in the government and the House of Representatives, and their absence from the national meeting as announced President Iyad Allawi, will generate an obstacle to success, stressing the need to attend all the leaders of the political blocs to a meeting to be able to reach positive solutions to disagreements." P / h



    http://alrayy.com/65828.htm

    ♠ AND there we go... no NATIONAL MEETING until next year because Allawi has refused to attend.... ????


    Saturday November 10, 2012
    Oil: Exxon Mobil did not inform us to sell its stake and demand its withdrawal/GAZETTE!


    BAGHDAD - babysit - The Ministry of Oil, it has not received any communication from the oil company Exxon Mobil to sell its stake to a field West Qurna-1, adding that the ministry has many alternatives to develop the field of national effort.

    The Director General of the Department contracts and licenses oil ministry Abdul Mahdi al-Amidi in a press statement that "the ministry did not receive yet any message from Exxon Mobil, to clarify its intention to withdraw from the West Qurna field," and expressed hope that "withdraw these companies from their contracts with the Ministry of Oil. "


    Amidi stressed "oblige companies that have signed contracts with Iraq's Kurdistan need to withdraw from the contracts signed with them," adding that "a binding resolution, requested the ministry of these companies."


    He Amidi that "the withdrawal of any of these companies from contracts signed with them on the development of some oil fields within the licensing rounds will affects them, and will not stop with the development of these fields," adding that "the ministry is able and has many alternatives to continue the development of this field, both national effort, through the South Oil Company, or by qualified oil companies by the ministry, which buys or get a share of ExxonMobil. "


    And revealed the Russian company Lukoil, on Saturday, that they would consider an offer from ExxonMobil about buying its stake in the West Qurna -1 ... p / i



    http://alrayy.com/65841.htm

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    RED LILY
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    Saturday November 10, 2012
    Sadoun reveals the signature by all the members of the Legal Committee on the demarcation of the border except for deputy from Kirkuk/GAZETTE!

    Agencies - The Deputy Chairman of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Muhsin al-Sadoun, Saturday, that all members of the Legal Committee voted on the bill demarcation of provincial boundaries except for one deputy for the province of Kirkuk.

    Sadoun said in a press statement that "the legal committee parliamentary representing all components of the political blocs discussed law demarcation of provincial boundaries," noting that the National Alliance, including the rule of law and the Sadrists, as well as the Iraqi List and the Kurdistan Alliance voted on the law of the demarcation of provinces except MP for the province Kirkuk, Omar al-Jubouri. "


    Saadoun said "that those deputies voted for the absence of any constitutional dispute in the law and that it does not contradict other laws," noting that this law will be put in the House of Representatives soon to be settled. "P / h



    http://alrayy.com/65830.htm


    ♠ STILL trying to implement article 140 in full here...

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    RED LILY
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    Saturday November 10, 2012
    Adel Abdullah confirms the existence of external pressure on Baghdad and Erbil to resolve their differences/GAZETTE!


    Agencies - According to a member of the Kurdistan Alliance MP for the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Adel Abdullah, the presence of external pressure by neighboring states to the federal government and the Kurdistan to resolve the outstanding issues between the parties.

    Abdullah said in a press statement on Saturday, "The differences between Baghdad and Erbil is not deep and can be resolved through adherence to the constitution and the application of previous agreements, pointing to the existence of external pressure exerted by neighboring countries like Iran, Turkey and other Gulf states to Baghdad and Erbil to resolve outstanding issues and differences between the parties.


    However, Kurdish MP saying: there are other countries have a negative role in resolving differences between the two sides, adding that the current parliamentary session will end without my resolve differences Baghdad and Erbil radical solution. "P / h



    http://alrayy.com/65837.htm

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    RED LILY
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    Other ECONOMY:

    Saturday November 10, 2012
    Mura'bi expressed his surprise of Kurdistan contracted with companies put on the blacklist/GAZETTE!


    BAGHDAD - babysit - MP expressed the bloc virtue internalized in the National Alliance Hussein Mura'bi astonishment of Iraqi Kurdistan contracted with companies put on the blacklist by the central government in Baghdad.

    Said Mura'bi in a statement to the news agency public opinion (and babysit) on Saturday, "We have seen violation Kurdistan to the Iraqi government more than act as if they are not interested in the laws of the federal government." Noting that there are many examples of this, including the issue examination certificate of the country of origin, which stipulated resolution issued and Minister of Planning began goods piling up in the ports of Basra and the Ministry of Planning and standardization and quality control demanding certificate examination of the country of origin. "noting that not find traders who import goods with non-certificate of origin when they do not find an outlet from the ports of Basra entering through border crossings by Iraqi Kurdistan because Kurdistan is not subject to the laws issued by the government, which must be respected. "p / g




    http://alrayy.com/65774.htm

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    I thought I read an article on the CURRENCYNEWSHOUND.COM stating the IMF wanted the ration cards to be stopped. If that's true, I would expect the smart cards (used for oil profit sharing) would replace ration cards. That would require the HCL law to be approved. I have to wonder if this issue is a diversion for what's really happening behind the scenes. If you look at the CBI daily auction sales lately the $250M - $300M has been reduced to $150M to $190M and would indicate to me that de-dollarization in Iraq has begun.

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    RED LILY
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    Saturday November 10, 2012
    Oil: the fifth round of licensing needs time and will take into consideration the non-oil provinces/GAZETTE!


    BAGHDAD - babysit - Oil Ministry confirmed that the fifth round of licensing oil and gas Balacetkchavat need time to prepare them.

    And Director of the Department of oil contracts and licenses Abdul Mahdi al-Amidi in a press statement that "The ministry has developed a plan to prepare for the fifth round of licenses, especially in the field of exploration sites that contain gas."


    "The ministry will focus the next licensing round on the non-oil provinces in central Iraq in order to promote economically and socially."


    The ministry had signed final contracts for exploratory patches / 8 / / 10 / / 12 / in the past week with Pakistani and Russian companies, Japanese and British in the fourth round of licenses, which held the end of May last ... p / i



    http://alrayy.com/65783.htm

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    RED LILY
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    Saturday November 10, 2012
    Free zones in the central and southern governorates to stimulate investment and trade/GAZETTE!


    Follow-up - and babysit -The General Authority for Free Zones under the Ministry of Finance said central and southern governorates will see the establishment of a private free zone to activate and stimulate trade and investment.

    The Director General of the Commission favor Qaisi morning in a press statement that "the provinces of Babil, Diyala and Salah al-Din, Najaf, Wasit and Muthanna, had applied to the Commission for the establishment of free zones and bring in investors from different nationalities their companies and their capital."


    He pointed out that the free zones one of the successful means to attract investment to Iraq being exempt investors from all customs duties and tax, except what comes into the country, as well as the body has large tracts of land that encourage investment. "


    Qaisi said the projects undertaken in the free zones represent industrial and commercial projects and service in all its details, and aims to develop the expertise and capacity of Iraq with foreign capital "... p / i



    http://alrayy.com/65781.htm


    ♠ HOW ABOUT PASSING THE TARIFF LAW!!!

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    RED LILY
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    Quote Originally Posted by TONYV View Post
    I thought I read an article on the CURRENCYNEWSHOUND.COM stating the IMF wanted the ration cards to be stopped. If that's true, I would expect the smart cards (used for oil profit sharing) would replace ration cards. That would require the HCL law to be approved. I have to wonder if this issue is a diversion for what's really happening behind the scenes. If you look at the CBI daily auction sales lately the $250M - $300M has been reduced to $150M to $190M and would indicate to me that de-dollarization in Iraq has begun.
    YES!!! I remember that article as well!!

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