" The Dinar Daily " ........... Wednesday, 12.12.2012
Source reveals 7 trucks destined for CBI was attacked in 2005; Load carried 50-150 dinar coins on board worth up to billions Posted: December 12, 2012 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Baghdad, Central bank, Central Bank Iraq, Currency, exchange rate, Iraq, Iraqi dinar, Safwan
Of cases of financial corruption … Storage 7 trucks for the new coin in the Central Bank since 2005
A source familiar that issues of financial corruption too many in the bank governor Center Sinan alum Libby, the source told Voice of the Iraqi community,
said the bank had a deal receiving coin seriousness, were received from Safwan in Basra province in 2005, and was composed of 7 trucks filled with coin seriousness, which could reach billions, were received that money, but when you get to the city of Baghdad, have been attacking trucks by terrorists, and after the battle claimed the lives of three members of protection they both cream and Fred and judgments Mandalawi, and seized terrorists on three trucks of the seven.
After investigation and not use the currency, gang were arrested and three trucks responded to the central bank, and added to the four trucks and such money remained up to this moment in the warehouses of the Central Bank were not used in Iraq. The source said that the coin-class fifty dinars and a hundred and fifty dinars, the source questioned how much money went to the work of this currency, and did not benefit the Iraqi people
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Kurdish MP: Escalation between Baghdad and Arbil reflects the tense and complex political situation. 12/12/2012 09:00:00
BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the Islamic Union Kurdistan, Baker Hama Siddiq confirmed that the escalation in the statements between the Kurdistan region and the center reflects the true picture of the tense and complex political situation.
He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / that "The visit of the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani to Kirkuk; if it was in other circumstances, it would be explained in a different way," noting that "MP, of the state of law Yassin Majeed's description to Barzani as Saddam Hussein is harsh and unjust and is misplaced."
He added that "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his military institutions have violated the laws and the Constitution, but despite that there is a continuous movement from the region to resolve outstanding problems through political dialogue and without complicating things more."
The MP, of the state of law coalition, Yassin Majeed described the visit of the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani and his son to the province of Kirkuk yesterday to inspect what he called "the battlefield there" as a declaration of war against all Iraqis."/
Barzani: we will respond to any attack by Iraqi Army 12/12/2012 11:57:00
Arbil / NINA / The president of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani said that "Peshmerga forces are ready to respond to any attack by the Iraqi army."
He said in a speech marking the graduation of a new batch of the Kurdistan Democratic Party cadres: "We were and still trying to resolve our differences through the dialogue and negotiation and in accordance with the principles of the Constitution, and we reject the bloodshed."
Barzani added "But if we were provoked by any unjustified attack, then we would respond with full force, we will not accept exclusivity or injustice and oppression."
Demonstrations of Sadrists in Najaf. 12/12/2012 11:21:00
Najaf / NINA / Najaf province has witnessed today 12, Dec a demonstration for the followers of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, started from Sadrain Square to al-Sadr's house in Hanana.
The reporter of the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / said that the demonstrators stressed that their demonstration came as a confirmation of the positions for their leader Muqtada al-Sadr's statements he has addressed to the Iraqi people, in which he criticize the central government. At the same time, they criticized al-Maliki's remarks, which he criticized the recent statement of Muqtada al-Sadr in relation to the arms deal, marred by corruption."
It is mentioned that the followers of the Sadrist movement demonstrated yesterday in Baghdad and Basra to protest the remarks of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki who criticized the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, considering his statement has no importance and can be undone at any time.
The Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki considered earlier Muqtada's statement that it has no importance to and contradictory and can be undone at any time.
Talabani meets the U.S special envoy for Energy. 12/12/2012 10:09:00
BAGHDAD / NINA / Iraqi President, Jalal Talabani discussed with the U.S. special envoy for Energy Carlos Pasqual and his accompanying delegation, prospects of the cooperation between Iraq and the U.S at various levels in the light of the agreement signed between the two countries.
A presidential statement said that "The two sides stressed, during the meeting, which was attended by the U.S. ambassador in Baghdad, Stephen Beecroft, the importance of strengthening cooperation between the two sides.
Talabani confirmed of Iraq's keenness to work vigorously to activate the terms of the strategic framework agreement, and seek to develop relations in all areas of economic, trade and cultural to the level of what it is in the political field.
For his part, the delegation assured the same desire of the Government of the United States, which consider in a special attention to its relations with Iraq.
Turkmani politician: Barzani's visit to Kirkuk is unsuccessful and escalated the situation. 12/12/2012 09:29:00
BAGHDAD / NINA / The leader in the National Turkmen bloc, Mohammed Mahdi al-Bayati confirmed, "The visit of the President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani to Kirkuk was not successful and it came to escalate the situation."
He said, in a press statement today 12, Dec "The presence of Peshmerga forces in Mosul, Kirkuk and Salah al-Din is unconstitutional and complicating the political scene and is probably will back all to the first square (no state no political system)," pointing to the need of not making Kirkuk an arena for settling accounts or resolve disputes. The two governments, of the region and the center, should find quiet areas, not Kirkuk, to resolve their problems because Kirkuk is complicated and spiky file. "
He added: "The problem of Kirkuk and the disputed areas can not be resolved through the Article 140, which is "constitutionally ended ", and the evidence it is unresolved during the last 10 years. The results that had emerged in the recent parliamentary elections showed that the Kurds are not the majority in Kirkuk, but Turkmen and Arabs much more than them. "
Bayati called the House of Representatives, as the important party, to accelerate the solution of these problems and to hold its responsibilities towards what is happening in Kirkuk and the disputed areas
*************** Increasingly it appears to me that Maliki is using the Turkmen in the disputed area to " speak " against Barzani ***********
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> One cannot trust the word of an Arab or a Turk i have heard said <<<<<<<<<<<<<
Zebari: The Syrian refugees in Iraq are 61 thousand; a Syrian opposition delegation would arrive in Baghdad. 12/12/2012 10:42:00
BAGHDAD / NINA / Iraqi Foreign Minister, Hoshyar Zebari said the number of the Syrian refugees, crossed the Iraqi border since the beginning of the crisis, reached 61 thousand refugees.
Zebari said in an interview with a number of journalists, "This is a big number, and indicates that the issue of displacement will increase."
He added: "Iraq provides all the support for those displaced, also put a number of initiatives to resolve the Syrian crisis peacefully."
Zebari warned that Syria could slip into a civil war, and the foreign interventions are not excluded, not necessarily military, especially it is rising by both the regime and the opposition alike.
He confirmed that "The situation in Syria is very painful and getting worse , however, the Iraqi communications are still exists with all parties, and we are following the developments there."
The Minister of Foreign Affairs has revealed that a group of Syrian opposition will pay a visit to Baghdad next week, includes the Syrian political activists Michel Kilo and Aref Dalila, to communicate and clarify things for the complex situation in Syria./
Sadrist MP: Maliki creates crises for electoral propaganda Wednesday, 12 December 2012 09:50 | | |
Baghdad (AIN) –MP, Hussein al-Mansouri, of al-Ahrar bloc within al-Sadr Trend accused the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, of creating crises for the electoral propaganda.
Speaking to All Iraq News Agency (AIN), he stated "Maliki creates the crises when the elections are about to start where they are some sides encourage him to achieve their personal interests."
"The purpose of creating the crises is for electoral propaganda where the last crisis with Kurdistan Region is one of these crises," he concluded.
The office of the Sadr Trend stated on last Tuesday that "Maliki exceeded all the traditions and his limits by stating against the head of the Sadr Trend, Muqtada al-Sadr, when he criticized Maliki over arming the Iraqi Army where the purchased weapons must be for Iraq and not for another country."
Earlier, the Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, criticized the statement issued by head of the Sadr Trend, Muqtada al-Sadr, regarding the armament contracts.
Maliki’s official website released a statement which included his answer regarding a question asked by one of the journalists, he asked him about the latest statement issued by Sadr regarding arming the Iraqi Army that involved a number of dangerous accusations to him.
Maliki’s answer was "Sadr’s statement doesn’t matter anymore and he will soon change his statements, his behavior doesn’t match with his statements."
Regarding the arming of Iraqi Army, Maliki said "Any one who launches the accusations should prove his accusations before he start talking about it, otherwise he will face the legal consequences.
PUK: Talabani to continue as Protector of constitution Wednesday, 12 December 2012 08:19 | | |
Baghdad (AIN) -The spokesman of the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Azad Jundiyani, stressed that the President, Jalal Talabani, is fully committed to the constitution and he is a protector of it.
In a press statement received by AIN, he said "Those who are currently violating the constitution want to distort the facts and show that they are not the only ones who are violating the Constitution and that other leaders in Iraq share them in this act."
"The Premier, Nouri al-Maliki, and his followers believe that Talabani’s warnings regarding Maliki’s many violations of the constitution are unconstitutional because this will prevent him from taking the power for himself," he added.
"The greatest danger now to the constitution and Iraq is the emergence of a new dictatorship which President Talabani is working hard to prevent the occurrence of that," he concluded.
A noteworthy to mention, the Leader in the State of Law Coalition , Kamal al- Saadi in a statement to Alsumaria News earlier said " Talabani acts as a Kurdish Leader and as president of the Republic of Iraq.
Talabani, Samarai discuss current political crisis Wednesday, 12 December 2012 08:50 | | |
Baghdad (AIN) –The President, Jalal Talabani, discussed with the head of the Peace and Development bloc, Abdul Karim al-Samarai, the current political disputes.
A presidential statement received by AIN cited "Talabani, while meeting Samarai and the accompanied delegation at his office, discussed the political disputes among the political sides in addition to the exerted efforts to settle them in such a critical situation."
"For his part, Samarai announced his support to Talabani's efforts, appreciating his adherence to unify the efforts to serve the interests of the Iraqi people," the statement concluded.