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    No Agreement on How to Hold Kirkuk Provincial Elections
    23/11/2012 04:28:00By JASIM ALSABAWI

    KIRKUK, Kurdistan Region—Abdullah al-Jubouri, a prospective candidate for the Kirkuk Provincial Council, attributed delays in holding local elections to the "whim" of politicians and party leaders, not any actual obstacles.

    "It is inconceivable not to hold elections in a country that claims to have democracy, and we believe that switching the faces with a newly elected council is the first step to resolve the differences among the groups in Kirkuk," Jubouri told Rudaw.

    Jubouri said that the Kurdish parties who have dominated the provincial council would prefer to postpone the elections rather than risk losing their seats.

    "Kurdish parties do not want to hold elections because they have 26 members in the council, and to maintain the status quo by postponing the elections is easier than negotiations where they could lose half of those seats," he said.

    Arshad Salhi, head of the Turkmen Front, is worried about the fate of the Turkmen and described the convergence of the Arabs and Kurds as "dangerous."

    "The Arab component gave up its demand of having the federal government bring in troops to protect the electoral process, and the Kurdish component gave up their demand of leaving the political status of Kirkuk unchanged until the next phase,” Salhi said. “There is a dangerous agreement between the Arabs and Kurds against the Turkmen by adopting the 2010 rather than the 2004 election records."

    Sheikh Ahmed Hama Amin, a cleric in Kirkuk, stressed the need to hold the Kirkuk provincial elections on the same day as the elections in other provinces. "The people of Kirkuk are waiting to exercising their right to choose their representatives," he said.

    The oil-rich Kirkuk province is one of the disputed areas addressed by Article 140 of the Iraqi constitution. While the Arabs and Turkmen are pushing towards joint management of the province, Kurds wish for it to be administrated by the Kurdistan Region.

    Kirkuk did not hold provincial elections in 2009, when they should have taken place, due to disagreements between its ethnic components.

    In 2003 and after the fall of the former regime, a provincial council was formed. Representatives of the main four ethnic groups were selected for the council which took into account the status of the province and filled the administrative and legislative vacuum.

    Qahtan Abdul Rahman, a resident of Hawija, 70 kilometers west of Kirkuk, says, "Yes, I support having the elections. The current local council in Hawija was not elected so they only represent themselves, and it is based on partisan interests and nepotism. They have done nothing but loot people's money. In addition to that, they are generally without any qualifications."

    Muhammad Talal al-Hadidi, a 26-year-old resident of Kirkuk, thinks that Iraqis and the people of Kirkuk are more aware of the importance of the elections than ever before. "We can now distinguish between good and bad, among those who served Kirkuk and those who were corrupt. We have more awareness than before and can tell the difference between the corrupt, the discriminatory and those who serve the people," said Hadidi.

    Legal expert Hussein Yasiri attributed the postponement of the elections to several causes, including the failure to implement the joint administration, Article 23 and the failure to genuinely implement Article 140.

    "The elections in Kirkuk are important and necessary to give a chance to other politicians to enter the political field in Kirkuk and bring new ideas forward about how to serve the people of the city with all its ethnic components," Yasiri said.

    The electoral commission confirmed earlier this week that they would participate in drafting a provincial election law that would satisfy everyone. This came after the Turkmen deputy in the Iraqiya List, Nabil Harbo, said that the Turkmen component would boycott the elections in Kirkuk province if the voter records were not updated.

    Harbo said that there were several meetings held in the House of Representatives about Kirkuk in the presence of the house president and the U.N. representative, but no clear political agreement on how to hold elections in the province was reached.

    The Independent High Electoral Commission (IHEC) announced amendments to Article II of the system of certification of political entities. IHEC spokesman Safaa al-Moussawi said that the council discussed paragraph (a) of Article II in regards to irregular provincial elections in the region for 2013.

    She added that one seat for the Turkmen would be added to the allocated seats for ethnic components (Christians, Sabeans, Fayli Kurds). Thus, the number of seats in Baghdad would increase to four seats, as required by the second amendment to the provincial elections law No. 36 of 2008.


    http://www.rudaw.net/english/kurds/5459.html



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    Urgent ... Jaafari is heading to Arbil after the Ashura ceremony and
    Thu, 22 Nov 2012


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    Ashura day is the 10th day or Muharram (the first month of the Islamic calendar).
    Ashura in 2012 is on Saturday, the 24th of November.

    Note that in the Muslim calander, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so observing Muslims will celebrate Ashura on the sunset of Friday, the 23rd of November.

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    COURTESY OF RED LILY:

    MALIKI to delegate his powers to Adnan al-Asadi, the Iraqi principal deputy interior minister,

    (*). just like DULAIMI, this guy is acting interior minister by proxy. MALIKI still controlling things. IMO

    Al-Asadi has been the deputy minister of interior for quite some time. ( mentioned in this article dated July 2012)

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2012/07/201273065956341396.html
    )

    But deputy Interior Minister Adnan al-Asadi has said the billion-dollar programme will have "very little benefit" for his ministry, which oversees the police force. (Article dated Dec 2011)

    http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/fea...110398186.html

    (*) SO, JUST ANOTHER MALIKI MANIPULATION OF THE MEDIA MAKING IT LOOK AS THOUGH HE IS NOT A DICTATOR. WHEN IN FACT, THIS GUY IS STILL HIS PUPPET. IMO

    Source (UR): Maliki delegate his powers to the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Adnan al-Asadi

    The time on Wednesday, October 21 2 / November 2012 18:2

    Baghdad / Orr News

    A source familiar with the Interior Ministry and Rhode urgent telegram to the Interior Ministry on Wednesday afternoon, entitled (confidential and personal) to the senior agent of the Ministry of Adnan al-Asadi. Said the source, who asked not to be named, told (UR), "The telegram received from the office of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Which gave absolute powers to Deputy Minister Adnan al-Asadi, without referring to him anymore. "


    The source added that "the important decisions within the ministry was taken in consultation between Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and senior agent of the Interior Adnan al-Asadi, either under this telegram became ministry facilities and the important resolutions Asadi, however, without referring exclusively to the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces."


    Referred to the Ministries of Interior and Defense proxy Tdaran since the formation of the government in the wake of the parliamentary elections in 2010, and is not consensus between the political blocs, until this moment, the label security occupants bags.


    http://www.dinarupdates.com/showthre...Interior-Adnan

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    Friday, November 23, 2012 15:19
    Turkish Foreign Ministry: Maliki listen to the advice and end policies that increase tension in Iraq

    Translation / Baghdadiya News / .. called on the Turkish government, on Friday, the Iraqi government to listen to the advice instead of building fake assumptions on the Turkish intervention in Iraq.
    The Turkish newspaper Hurriyet, citing the website of the Turkish Foreign that "the Turkish government called on the Iraqi government not to make assumptions and fake about the expectations of the Turkish people in the ongoing internal crisis between Baghdad and Erbil and listen to advice."
    The Turkish Foreign Ministry said that "the statement which was launched by Iraqi Prime Minister indicates that the process of mixing between the situation in Iraq and what is happening in Turkey."
    He continued, "We strongly reject the misuse of fears Prime Minister as a base to throw unfounded on our country," Mushir that "notes launched by Erdogan were genuine concerns."
    The statement "must-Maliki listening to concerns expressed by the Iraqi political blocs and terminate policies that would increase tensions in the country as well as taking an approach embraces all the Iraqi people and pay attention to tips about these things rather than claims unfounded and conjure assumptions and fake about aspirations of the Turkish people. "
    These calls come in response to a statement issued by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki a few days ago, accusing Turkey of interfering regional problems. "
    The statement was Iraqi Prime Minister Erdogan has called to focus on what is happening in Turkey and politicians that cause more problems ethnic, sectarian and consider it. "


    [EVEN TURKEY IS TELLING MALIKI TO KNOCK OFF THE SCARE TACTICS AND LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE... WHY IS TURKEY GETTING INVOLVED, BECAUSE ALL THIS GOING ON IN IRAQ HAS MAJOR EFFECTS ON THE BORDERING COUNTRIES... LIKE TURKEY... PLUS THEY ARE LOOKING TO GAIN A LOT OF WEALTH FROM IRAQ'S GROWTH, OIL EXPORTS AND THE RV...]


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    Aziz Ugaili: Maliki knocking on the door of the "National Alliance" whenever there is a problem
    Published: 23/11/2012 10:33 AM

    BAGHDAD - "arenas of Liberation"
    revealed "the Islamic Supreme Council" WIN in the "National Alliance", Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki knocking on the door of the coalition and attend its meetings when located in a problem or when it domestic pressures or territory.

    The MP said the Supreme Council Aziz Ugaili in a statement to "Khandan": "When located Maliki in problems with its partners in the political process or when it domestic pressures or territory or international, only then come to attend the meetings of the National Alliance and poses problems," adding: that "Maliki does not come to the meetings of the National Alliance when they are not there any problem."
    said Ugaili: "The Supreme Council stipulated that the prime minister a report from time to time about the security and political situation and external to the country, and this requirement was not applied," and expressed the hope that be Maliki movements stemming from the ambition and the desire of the National Alliance.

    [THIS IS TO FUNNY... HE IS SAYING THAT THE ONLY TIME MALIKI COMES TO THEM IS WHEN HE GETS IN HOT WATER... SO, HE IS SAYING MALIKI ONLY WANTS THEIR HELP WHEN HIS BUTT IS IN A SLING... THE ISC IS TELLING EVERYONE THAT MALIKI DOESNT CARE ABOUT THE OPINION OF THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE... THAT MALIKI AND HIS GOONS (SLC) RUN AROUND LIKE THEY OWN THE COUNTRY AND MAKE ALL THE RULES... UNTIL THEY GET IN TROUBLE... THEN MALIKI SHOWS UP AT THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE HEADQUARTERS URGING THEM TO SEE THINGS HIS WAY AND TELLING THEM WHY HE DID WHAT HE DID AND THAT HE DID IT FOR THE GOOD OF THE PEOPLE AND THE COUNTRY SO THEY WILL STAND BEHIND HIS ACTIONS AND DEFEND HIM...MY QUESTION IS HOW LONG WILL THEY ALLOW MALIKI TO PLAY THEM AS FOOLS JUST TO SAVE THEIR PARTY ???]


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    Talks to defuse Iraq army-Kurdish standoff make little headway
    By Suadad al-Salhy
    Fri Nov 23, 2012 7:35am IST

    (Reuters) - Talks to defuse a standoff between Iraqi troops and forces from the country's autonomous Kurdish region made little progress on Thursday with both sides further reinforcing positions on their disputed internal border.

    The second military build-up this year illustrates how far relations between Baghdad's central government, led by Shi'ite Muslim Arabs, and ethnic Kurds have deteriorated, testing Iraq's federal cohesion nearly a year after American troops left.

    Baghdad and Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region earlier this week both sent troops to an area over which they both claim jurisdiction, raising the temperature in a long-running feud over land and oil rights.

    Iraqi Kurdish President Massoud Barzani met Iraq's speaker of parliament on Thursday in an apparent effort to cool the row. A statement issued after the talks said Barzani had agreed to "open the door" to negotiations.

    In the meantime, both Kurdish troops and the Iraqi army reinforced their position in and around the contested cities of Kirkuk and Khanaqin, a police source said.

    A spokesman for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan party (PUK), which co-governs the Kurdish region, said their troops, known as Peshmerga, were under strict instruction not to engage with Iraqi forces. But a spokesman for the commander of the Iraqi security forces said Kurdish troops were provoking them.

    "Despite efforts to calm the situation, the Peshmerga troops backed by rocket launchers and artillery have entered Khaniqeen and others have entered Kirkuk and Khaniqeen in civilian uniforms," he said.

    The Iraqi army and Kurdish troops have previously come close to confrontation only to pull back at the last moment.

    IRAQ ARMY COMMAND CENTRE AT ISSUE

    Washington intervened to end a similar standoff in August and is now again in contact with Iraqi and Kurdish officials to ease tension mounting over the formation of a new command centre for Iraqi forces to operate in the disputed areas.

    A legislator with the Sadrist bloc, a critic of Prime Minister Nour al-Maliki within his coalition, said the talks were not serious and dismissed the entire conflict as a sham.

    "The current escalation is deliberate and both sides do not intend to seek solutions, because the crisis is fabricated and it will end in a month," Amir al-Kinani told Reuters. "No one ready to fight, neither Shi'ites nor Kurds."

    Kurdish political factions met on Thursday and denounced the Dijla Operations Command as a violation of the federal constitution and a sign of the danger Baghdad would repeat the "chauvinist attacks" of the past, referring to former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's use of chemical weapons against them.

    In a statement on the Kurdistan Regional Government's website, they called for the command centre to be immediately dismantled.

    Maliki says the Dijla Operations Command is necessary to keep order in one of the most volatile parts of the country.

    The latest escalation began a few days ago when Iraqi troops tried to search the office of a Kurdish political party in Tuz Khurmato, 170 km (105 miles) north of the capital, triggering a clash with Peshmerga in which one passerby was killed.

    Maliki has sparred more aggressively with Barzani since the withdrawal last year of U.S. troops who had served as a buffer between the federal Baghdad government and Kurdistan.

    One of the major disputes revolves around Kurdistan's granting of contracts to foreign oil companies, which the central government says is illegal without its approval.

    (Writing by Isabel Coles; Editing by Mark Heinrich)

    http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/1...8AM00R20121123
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    Talabani heads a meeting of his party and confirms: forming "Tigris processes" work is correct and is unconstitutional and deepen the crisis in Iraq
    Published: 23/11/2012

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    renewed "Patriotic Union of Kurdistan," led by President Jalal Talabani, on Friday, refusing to form "Tigris operations" and its presence in the disputed areas, describing the formation of such operations as "unconstitutional and misguided."

    According to a statement issued by the Information Office of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan that "under the supervision of President Mam Jalal, met yesterday evening Thursday, the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan in Irbil, and during the meeting discussed the political changes in Iraq."
    The statement added that "the meeting counted formation Operations Command Tigris and movements Iraqi army in the areas withheld misguided policy and unconstitutional, and it an incentive to deepen the crisis in Iraq. "
    The statement stressed that with the formation of such operations "escalated with fears of deteriorating more, so rose voices that reject these policies in the centers of political and media circles Iraqi It also launched initiatives of the parties to reduce these misguided policies. "
    The statement pointed out that "the meeting touched on the situation last in Kirkuk and Khanaqin and spend Douz, and work on the follow-up developments of emergency in these areas in all respects."
    The statement noted that "the meeting values ​​common positions of the Parties to the political Kurdish need positive, describing it responsibly, and that has been emphasized in the meeting, which was convened by Prime Kurdistan region, on Thursday evening, with the political parties of Kurdistan. "
    said the Kurdish parties, on Thursday, in a meeting with regional president Massoud Barzani that "forces Tigris formed by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki remember Kurds بالشوفينية that were pursued by the regime of President Saddam Hussein, describing moved in Kirkuk signal dangerous for the region. "
    promised the Kurdistan Alliance, earlier in the day Friday, the formation of the Tigris "stirring of the problems in the disputed areas and it prevented the initiative of President Jalal Talabani and the National Conference, "announcing his support for all initiatives in resolving the crisis, Erbil and Baghdad provided giving the disputed areas entitlements in the management of the security file.




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    Shwan Taha: asylum Kurdistan to the United Nations to resolve outstanding differences in the event of deadlock with Maliki
    Date: 23/11/2012 09:16:52 Friday

    Erbil (news) .. A member of the security and defense committee MP / coalition of Kurdish blocs / Chuan Mohamed Taha, for asylum Kurdistan to the United Nations or the United States to resolve outstanding differences in the event of a deadlock with al-Maliki and his coalition of state law, noting that security institutions "politicized" and there are political pressures and economic and military region.
    Taha said in a statement (of the Agency news): There are many political problems and differences varied because of governance, noting that the Kurdistan Region sent two delegations to Baghdad, but the results were not positive.
    He added: There are political pressures and economic and military region, noting that the Kurdish leaders would prefer to have to resolve differences Iraqi and Peshmerga forces have no intention of resorting to collide with the security forces, but state law is trying to be there clashes for inciting sectarian strife and ethnic groups.

    The MP said the coalition of Kurdish blocs, the security institutions "politicized" and the constitution does not allow the insertion of the army political problems, but the federal government injected army political differences.

    He Taha: it did not reach the political blocs to a solution to the differences we will ask the United Nations or the United States to resolve the crisis, especially since the United States before the political responsibility and moral towards Iraq because their withdrawal there were joint forces in the disputed areas after their withdrawal formed a committee of the Federal Government and the territorial Government to manage the situation in those areas, but the government has not committed to do so.

    The MP for the coalition of Kurdish blocs: the Kurdish areas "red line" for Kurdish leaders can not bargain.

    And mar the relationship between Baghdad and Erbil substantial differences peaked after the formation of the Tigris in the disputed areas, while refusing the Kurdistan Region of these operations and prepare "provocative province", and led to get clashes between elements of the federal police and troops "peshmerga" in the district of Tuz in the province of Salah al-Din and resulted in casualties and killed a citizen of the people of the judiciary.


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    Maliki cook your own four (FOOD) ... Sadrists reveals deputies live in the Green Zone are renting their apartments from Maliki and cooks Jakoj missed using names!!
    Date: Friday 23/11/2012 04:35 pm

    MP for the Liberal block of the Sadrist movement Mohammad Reza al-Khafaji, said Vice live in one of the residential complexes renting their apartments Green Zone of cooks working for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
    He told media that many of the House of Representatives rented apartments complex Qadisiya residential in the Green Zone of cooks working for al-Maliki, adding that the chef's special owners have more than 4 apartments in the complex Qadisiyah, noting that "he has documents to this subject."
    The Khafaji detect granting Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to his deputy for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani and Vice President Khudair Khuzaie, as well as advisers and close to him, including MP Hanan Fatlawi and MP cult, pieces of land on the banks of the Tigris, and the other in the city of Kadhimiya in Baghdad.
    He said al-Maliki awarded his advisers and those close to him and his signature pieces of land on the banks of the Tigris in the town of Kadhimiya the price of one of them to 5.5 billion dinars, in addition to other pieces given to those close to him at the expense of the people, though it is not expired Ground parts distribution.
    He added: There is also corrupted files many in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers refers to granting Maliki pieces of land and exemptions and privileges very large and use the expired grant موظفتين working in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers,on temporary contracts, Qttaa land, although that Iraqi law does not allow for the prime minister or other authority to grant a piece of land or housing contract employee or a daily wage.

    [JUST MORE PROOF OF MALIKI'S CORRUPTION... AND MORE REASON WHY MALIKI IS TRYING TO USE SCARE TACTICS IN ORDER TO PREVENT THESE BLOC'S FROM SPEAKING OUT AGAINST HIM AND PROVIDING PROOF OF HIS CORRUPTION... HE IS LIKE A RABID DOG THATS BEING CORNERED RIGHT NOW...]

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    Demonstrations entitled Revolution Hussein (peace be upon him) cry generally thieves of public money
    2012-11-23 16:40:18

    BAGHDAD (Iba / witnessed a number of provinces on Friday demonstrations organized by followers of the religious authority, Mr. Mahmoud Sarkhi Hassani titled (revolution Hussein (peace be upon him) cry generally thieves of public funds)

    He said one of the participants in the demonstration she came to expose the fake face of the Government of the Islamic parties and the non-application of the basic principles of the religion of Islam religion and distancing itself from the principles and goals of the revolution of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him) (according to him).

    He said the protesters stressed that the revolution of Imam Hussein is a cry right in the face of corruption and falsehood that was and still send in the nation vital revolution against injustice, and rooted in human values ​​message and principles of Islamic humanitarian, a Btqosha protest letter every abuse and injustice and deviation suffered by the society and the patent from the oppression of the rulers of the oppressors, and agents of darkness disregard the will of the community.

    The demonstrators expressed their resentment of the situation the government and throwing accusations between the political parties are cast Pfsadeh and collapse on poor people, also denounced the poor living conditions and lack of services and the deterioration of the security situation in the impact of escalating disagreements and political conflicts, stressing their categorical rejection of corruption and greed among Iraqi officials and Sergathm of public money.

    The demonstrators called for the provision of employment opportunities and improving the country's services such as electricity and water and sanitation and the eradication of corruption in the government, and, also demanded better living conditions for the Iraqi people and end the miserable situation of Bela



    [AND FOR MALIKI TO THINK HE WOULD STAND A CHANCE IN BEING RE-ELECTED FOR A 3rd TERM... AFTER READING ARTICLES LIKE THIS, YEAH RIGHT... I CANT SEE THAT HAPPENING...]

    http://www.ipairaq.com/index.php?name=inner&t=politics&id=64007
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