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    Hundreds of thousands of people demonstrating against the measures his government and al-Maliki, establishing "Carnival reconciliation and sovereignty"
    Published 28/12/2012 10:05 AM
    BAGHDAD - "arenas of Liberation"
    With hundreds of thousands of Iraqis in Anbar, Salahuddin and Nineveh in protest against the government security measures against their areas, began the work of the Conference "Carnival reconciliation and sovereignty" in the presence of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Advisor to the Prime Minister for national reconciliation Amer Khuzaie and a number of deputies.

    The conference began with a speech Chairman of the Preparatory Committee, in which he praised: "The role of the prime minister in the success of this conference, which aims to express the approach that everyone hoped for the new Iraq."
    Introduced in "Carnival reconciliation" documentary film captures the process of national reconciliation in Iraq during the past years.
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    Urgent .. Wounding four members of the of Sulaimaniya Brigade WIN Tigris operations

    Twilight News / military source revealed in 16 Sulaymaniyah Brigade of the Tigris operations, said Friday that four members of the brigade were wounded, including a captain during a military convoy went from Tuz district to Tikrit.The source said in an interview with "Twilight News" that "a bomb exploded on a convoy of military continued to Brigade 16 Sulaymaniyah is within formations of the Tigris was going to spend Tuz to the center of Tikrit, causing him injury four of its members, including a captain and three soldiers and damaging obsolete belonging to the brigade. "
    The source, who asked not to be named, said that "the effort Medical Brigade was able to provide appropriate treatments for the wounded and took them away to a hospital spend Tuz for treatment."

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    Tareq al-Hashemi: We coordinate with the Kurds to withdraw from government
    Published 28/12/2012 07:11 AM

    Babinaoz - Agencies: detection vice president sentenced to death Tareq al-Hashemi, the existence of coordination between the Iraqi List Kurdistan Alliance "to withdraw" from the government, while stressed that Iraqi underway contacts with Kurdish regional President Massoud Barzani to discuss the withdrawal. Tareq al-Hashemi said in an interview for the newspaper Hawlati Kurdish which means in Arabic (citizen) in that "there is coordination with the Kurdistan Alliance to withdraw from the government," stressing that "persuaded Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in 2008 against the attack on the Peshmerga." He also added, that "the Kurdish media stir deepen agreement Kurdish Sunni order should not interfere third party any Maliki in this regard. " comments come Hashemi this after several days on the threat of the Iraqi List to withdraw from the government and the parliament, in the (21 of December, the current), in the absence of a response by the Iraqi government for the initiative of Vice-President Minister and leader of the Iraqi Saleh al-Mutlaq to resolve the crisis concerning the arrest protection and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi. assesses Hashemi, who issued an arrest warrant on charges of "terrorism" in Turkey since the ninth of April 2012, after the departure of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, which resorted to it after that offered the Interior Ministry in ( December 19, 2011) Confessions of a group of individuals protected to carry out acts of violence on his orders.


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    Iraqi year blocking a major trade route in protest against al-Maliki

    Published 27/12/2012 05:29 AM

    Babinaoz - Agencies: Close tens of thousands of Sunnis through trade Iraq's main road to Syria and Jordan in a fourth day of demonstrations against Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
    and is a major review of the strength of an escalation in the protests that erupted last week after security forces arrested guards and Finance Minister Sunni Rafie Issawi which threatens to enter Iraq in more political turmoil.

    The protesters shouted in Anbar province Sunni stronghold, saying, "The people want to overthrow the regime."
    and waved protesters Iraqi flag old has changed after the ouster of Saddam Hussein after the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 and sat on the road to fill their trade route main between Iraq and Jordan and Syria .
    organized another protest smallest in the city of Samarra in Salahuddin province where the majority Sunni and adjacent to Anbar.
    Issawi guards arrest came hours after President Jalal Talabani transferred to Germany for treatment after suffering a stroke could end his influence on Iraqi politics. Talabani and Kurdish mediate in the past between the Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds.
    and restored the incident recalled the attempt Maliki arrest Tareq al-Hashemi's Sunni vice president of Iraq, who accused the management of assassination squads after the withdrawal of U.S. forces in December 2011.
    Since then graduated Iraqi government that shared power crisis to intervene in other conflict in Syria threatens to revive sectarian tensions that pushed the country to the brink of civil war from 2005 to 2007.
    Issawi said the demonstrators politically motivated arrest of his bodyguards, although Maliki deliberately seeks to ignite conflict.

    The bigger the crowd when he said al-Issawi said such mentality should not govern the country.
    across the Shiite leader Muqtada al-Sadr, a competitor of the owners expressed support for the protests and said in a statement that he rejects what he described the sectarian policies Maliki.

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    Maliki calls for dialogue while continuing protests in Anbar, Nineveh and Salahuddin

    [17:05] 12/Dec/28

    Erbil December 28 (PNA) - Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said on Friday that actions carried out by the demonstrators in Anbar province, cutting off the main roads and international behavior "unacceptable", and called for solving problems through dialogue.

    Maliki said in a speech in the capital Baghdad, said "the parties to adopt civilized ways to express their views," he said, adding that "banditry and stirring sectarian strife" the actions of "unacceptable" as he put it.
    Maliki was referring to protests that have been out in the Sunni province of Anbar since last Sunday, and where demonstrators cut the main international roads linking Iraq, Jordan and Syria.
    Maliki said "it is better to talk to each other and agree on the table of brotherhood and love to end our problems and our differences and listen to each other's views."
    The protests in Anbar and other Sunni-majority provinces had erupted after the Iraqi security forces - which obeys Maliki - the arrest of some elements of protection and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi (a Sunni from Anbar and a member of the Iraqi List led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi) on terrorism charges prompting the latter to call for the sacking of Maliki or remove him.
    The Iraqi List, and other political parties were part of the Maliki's fragile coalition has accused the prime minister of monopolizing power and the shift towards dictatorship.

    In the meantime, tens of thousands of protesters in the city of Ramadi, Anbar province took to the streets in a massive demonstration followed Friday prayers.
    As tens of thousands in a unified prayer was held in the city of Fallujah in Anbar province, located about 60 km west of Baghdad.
    The prayer was held on the highway linking Baghdad and Jordan, followed by a protest against what he called the demonstrators, arbitrary arrests carried out by the central government as well as against what they called the marginalization of the Sunni in Iraq.
    The demonstrators demanded the release of prisoners and detainees.
    The worshipers tried many other parts of the Other كالموصل and Samarra and Adhamiya and Amiriya join the rest of the congregation, but security forces prevented this also prevented journalists from reaching the place of prayer.
    As has been similar demonstrations in the cities of Mosul northern province of Nineveh In Samarra in Salahuddin province fired demonstrators where slogans such as "the people want to overthrow the system," a cheering which was expressed by participants in the uprisings "Arab Spring" in Egypt and Tunisia, Yemen and Libya.
    As reported by Reuters, the demonstrators in the gray photo Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has repeatedly criticized al-Maliki in the recent period.

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    Iraq: the government is moving toward a totalitarian system of one party, and crises will continue until the next parliamentary elections!!
    Friday 28/12/2012 09:41 am

    MP for the Iraqi List, Hamza Alkrtani that government policy is moving toward a totalitarian regime Central which has all the powers and control of the entire state, which is managed by a single party.
    [ YA THINK ???? ]
    Said Alkrtani in a statement, that "there is no glimmer of hope on the horizon that could be optimistic the performance of the government and we expect to continue to crises until the upcoming parliamentary elections, or be beaten for partners politicians and liquidated and build a state of the color and shape of another."
    He added that "quotas, exclusion and marginalization of the elements efficient, because ablation based on a sectarian basis, in addition to cronyism and clientelism, bribery and royalties, contributed to keep the right people for their positions, while there managers with a degree graduates middle forged, and this is a big mistake in the work of the state," he says ".
    Several blocks and political leaders have threatened to withdraw confidence from the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki after accused of exclusivity power and political crisis, due to differences between the blocs on matters concerning the management of the state and the agreements concluded between them and against which the current government was formed.
    Extinguish the spark confidence after National Alliance proposed issuing paper sweeping reforms of the state and the political process as well as the initiative of the President of his intention to pick up the blocks included in a national meeting to resolve differences.
    And is currently witnessing a conservative gray protests and sit-ins, over the arrest of members of the protection of the Office of the Minister of Finance leader of the Iraqi List, Rafie al-Issawi, who counted this matter encroachment on one component and accused forces that carried out the arrest militias.

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    Iraqi describe the formation of a committee to oversee the investigation while protecting Issawi "command is not glory"
    Friday 28/12/2012 08:00 pm

    Deputy for the Iraqi List, Friday, that the formation of a committee to oversee the investigation with the protection and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi is "not feasible", guessed that affects targeting all politicians.
    Hassan al-Jubouri said that "the formation of a parliamentary committee to oversee the investigations with the protection and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi is not feasible because Iraq has already experimented with this method in the case of Tariq al-Hashemi," stressing that "the committee formed at the time were not independent."
    He guessed Jubouri that "affect targeting all politicians will not be limited to al-Issawi," stressing that "demonstrations to demand the release Issawi protection will continue in most of the Iraqi provinces."
    He Jubouri that "pressure and repression suffered by some provinces of corruption and administrative operations and the arrest of random led to an explosion of street in those provinces that were found in the case of al-Issawi vent to express their problems," adding that "things will not rest until, the government or the National Alliance to solve these problems. "
    The Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Iraqi List, Saleh al-Mutlaq, announced at a press conference in Baghdad, in (21 December 2012), an initiative to resolve the crisis arrest individuals in protecting and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi and searched his home and the headquarters of the ministry, which included ensuring "professional" Iraqi judiciary The involvement of members of Parliament and political blocs in the ongoing investigations in the case of individuals to protect al-Issawi.
    The leader of the coalition of state law, Abbas al-Bayati, Friday (28 December 2012), that the Iraqi List did not support the proposal of the Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq on overseeing investigations with protections and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi, confirming that it is trying to evade remarks one deputies that brought accusations of senior Iraqi component.
    It is noteworthy that these events came following a raid on special security force, in (20 December 2012), the home of Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi in central Baghdad, arresting official protection with a number of individuals protection, as confirmed Issawi that "force Mlaxiaoah" raided the headquarters of the ministry, his office and his home and acted behavior is illegal and arrested 150 members of the element its own protections, calling for the release of his bodyguards.

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    Demands demonstrations "Juma pride and dignity" in Anbar

    Anbar - News Network Iraq: confirmed preacher "Fri pride and dignity" in Anbar, Sheikh Abdul Hamid Aljdua "We demand dignity Iraqis of all nationalities from southern Iraq to the north and the government should ashamed of its people and stop the violations of women and our government made ​​Akhras speak," explaining that "The government is committed crime after crime, reaching unchanged to abuse women." And called Aljdua to "cancel ... continue reading

    Maliki admits that the budget for next year does not solve the problem of citizens
    December 28, 2012

    BAGHDAD - Network NEWS Iraq - Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki Friday the possibility of the House of Representatives vote on the budget next year in light of wrangling and political differences as he emphasized that it does not include projects to solve the problem of citizens. Maliki said in a speech festival sovereignty and national reconciliation that there doubts the possibility of approval of the Council of Representatives on next year's budget, in light of wrangling and escalation, noting that this budget ... continue reading

    The fate of al-Issawi as Hashemi and demonstrators destiny Anbar Baathists or مغرر them
    December 28, 2012

    BAGHDAD - Iraq News Network: announced a coalition of "state law", led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki that the fate of Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi will be the fate of Vice President ruled to death in absentia Tareq al-Hashemi in what was seen as demonstrators Anbar Baathists or Morra them. The MP said the coalition of state law Abdulelah Naieli that "the fate of al-Issawi would be similar to the fate of Tareq al-Hashemi, since the beginning of the issue of al-Hashemi included the arrest of ... Continue reading

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    Demonstration in Samarra to demand the adoption of the amnesty law and the release of detainees
    December 28, 2012

    Samarra - News Network Iraq - demonstrated thousands of the city of Samarra in Salahuddin province Friday to demand the release of detainees and the adoption of the amnesty law as well as the repeal of the accountability and justice and the application of the principle of balance. Reporter said in Salahaddin that thousands of the city of Samarra demonstrated afternoon downtown Following the establishment of a unified prayer to demand the release of detainees in prisons and adoption of a law ...

    Demonstrations in central Mosul, to demand the release of detainees
    December 28, 2012

    Nineveh - News Network Iraq - Hundreds of citizens in the province of Nineveh Friday to demand the release of detainees and detention camps, threatening to declare civil disobedience in the case of neglected government demands. Reporter said that hundreds of people came out this afternoon in a demonstration in the courtyard of Khazraj central Mosul demanding the release of detainees and detained in various prisons. correspondent added that the demonstrators demanded the government to the implementation of their demands, pointing to ...

    Angry demonstrations denouncing Prime Minister Maliki and his policies against the people
    December 28, 2012

    Baghdad and the provinces: walked around the streets of many cities of Iraq, including Baghdad, angry demonstrations motto first to denounce Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his criminal policies against the Iraqi people. Has emerged Friday demonstrations in several cities to denounce the policies of Iraqi Prime Minister, in the promotion of the ongoing protests since the beginning of this week in Iraq's western Anbar province. Experiencing the cities of Samarra and Tikrit in Salahuddin province and Mosul ...

    Parliament: demanding dismissal of the deputies involved in the sit-ins, stressing that he witnessed the scene Anbar province's hateful
    December 28, 2012

    Iraq News Network - Search Nuri al-Maliki with the head of the National Alliance Ibrahim Jaafari developments in the Iraqi arena, called coalition of the Iraqi parliament to take quick steps right Representatives المثيرين "horsefly sectarianism" in Anbar province. The Iraqi bloc called on the government to consider the demands of the protesters in accordance with the law and not be neglected. The group also called for Iraqi scientists Iraqi parliament to hold accountable those members of Parliament who ...

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    UNAMI promote the constitutional agenda is ended in Iraq: Conference on the Federation Council
    And the independent press - 12/28/2012 - 12:27 pm | Hits: 14

    BAGHDAD (Iba) ... said the UN mission observed a UNAMI in Iraq that after the Iraqi constitution was drafted and approved through a referendum in 2005 and the Constitution defines the structure of the federal government and the states bodies that should form the legislative, executive and judicial.
    The legislative branch consists of the House of Representatives (parliament) and the Federation Council, a "Supreme Council" of the parliament, which largely parallels the senates or higher councils in other parliamentary systems, intended to represent the regions and provinces.
    The Federation Council can strengthen the principle of separation of powers and serve as an intermediary between the executive and the House of Representatives and give the regions and provinces and their constituencies highest voice in the central government. Because of the lack of consensus among Iraqi political leaders on the composition and powers and procedures of the Federation Council, the legislation that must be enacted by the House of Representatives for the creation of this Council remained open since then.
    According to a statement issued by UNAMI received by the independent press (Iba) ... that the United Nations Mission to help Iraq (UNAMI) is providing advice and support and assistance to the Government of Iraq in the enactment of laws stipulated by the constitution and the establishment of the institutions provided for by the constitution and the advancement agenda, constitutional is ending in the country.
    Consequently Mission actively supports the work of the House of Representatives with regard to the Federation Council and contribute to the discussions on this issue by providing the best international practices and comparative experiments.
    He Federal High Court issued a decision on October 1 / October on legislative measures necessary to pass a law for the formation of the Federation Council and was approved after that the decision to begin the procedures for the issuance of the law by the House of Representatives on October 9 / October, which provided a new impetus to this issue were utilized him in a meeting "Roundtable on the constitutional and legislative dimensions of the Federation Council", which was organized by the Mission and the House of Representatives in Beirut on 08-10 December / December 2012.
    The meeting was chaired by the round table, which lasted three days, the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Dr. Qusay al-Suhail and the Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Political Affairs Mr. Gyorgy Posten. The meeting of the representatives of the political blocs and parliamentary committees the opportunity to review the basic principles of the law of the formation of the Federation Council and study different models of countries which have a bicameral two pieces of legislation more in-depth. The participants discussed the possible composition of the Federation Council and its powers and its relationship with the House of Representatives and the Council of Ministers and provincial councils, as well as whether they should have a right to veto laws.
    The expert in the field of Federal Regulations George Anderson of the United Nations Department of Political Affairs in New York presentations on legislative powers, consisting of two chambers in the regimes Federal and unilateralism (central) and international experience in the field of fiscal federalism and the role and membership of councils of elders in parliaments around the world. And invited expert of the Shura Council, Dr. Abdul Latif Naev, to comment on these offers while browse governor of Baghdad, Salah Abdul Razzaq, head of the Nineveh provincial council, Mr. Jabr Abed Rabbo, the subject under discussion in front of parliamentarians at the provincial level.
    Mr. Posten participants that the United Nations stands ready to be a partner of the House of Representatives in the establishment of a body is adapted in line with the Iraqi context so as to contribute in particular to protect the rights of vulnerable groups and minorities. He expressed his hope that "the meeting contributes significantly in the deliberations in the House of Representatives on the bill that eventually help in the establishment of a legislative council was higher effective and would reinforce and entrench democracy in Iraq."
    According to Vice President of the House of Representatives Mr. Suhail that considerable progress has been made towards achieving this goal and Mr. Suhail gratitude for the Mission for its cooperation and coordination are good and which resulted in the what he considered a successful event so allowed the organizers to gather ideas and opinions that would contribute to the fee legislation relevant.

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