"Baghdad Bobs" Daily Report Thursday January 3, 2013
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    Iraqi Kurdistan announce on the sixth of January an official holiday on the occasion of Eid Iraqi army

    Published on Thursday, 03 December / 2 January 2013 13:15 | Written by: OK-MM / N | | | Views: 0
    Arbil / obelisk: Presidency announced the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq, Thursday, the sixth day of January current official holiday and day on Iraqi Army Day.The spokesman said the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq for "obelisk", "The sixth day of January current, which falls on Sunday, an official holiday in the official institutions of the province, and the occasion of the founding of the Iraqi army."The announcement represented a turning point in seeing the local government in the Kurdistan region of Iraq to the Iraqi army and appropriate to celebrate the anniversary of its founding as long it sees as an army hostile, has devoted the recent crisis over the leadership of the Tigris that feeling again and Pat had never leave the imagination of a number of politicians province since the eighties of the last century.Marks the sixth day of January an official holiday in Iraq on the occasion of the anniversary of the establishment of the Iraqi army, and founded the first units Iraqi armed forces during the British Mandate of Iraq in 1921, where a regiment Musa al-Kazim, and took command of armed force headquarters in Baghdad, and after the fall of the Iraqi regime in 2003, issued civil administrator for Iraq Paul Bremer's decision to disband the Iraqi army, was then re-formed in stages.

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    Turkey reveals Malikiís submission of complaint against it to the U.S.

    Thursday, 03 January 2013 12:37

    Shafaq News / The Turkish Foreign Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu confirmed that Iraqi Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki preferred to go to Washington and submit his complaint in it against Turkey instead of coming to Ankara.
    Davutoglu said in the fifth Conference of Turkish Ambassadors abroad, held in Ankara, that he expected the attendance of the Iraqi Prime Minister to the strategic cooperation Council with Turkey, but "he preferred to go to Washington and complain about Turkey instead of coming to Ankara."
    He added, "Unfortunately, he continued his harmful remarks on Turkey since then, I hope that he would follow the openness policy to all parties in Iraq after the withdrawal of U.S. forces."
    Tension dominated the Iraqi-Turkish relations, as exchange heads of both governments, Nuri al-Maliki and Recep Tayyip Erdogan are continuing to exchange accusations of intervening in local affairs.

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    Nujaifi reminding Maliki of Saddam’s regime

    Thursday, 03 January 2013 12:24

    Shafaq News / The parliament Speaker, Osama al-Nujaifi launched on Thursday, an attack on Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for his criticizing to support the existing protests in the country.
    Nujaifi’s office said in a statement reported for "Shafaq News", that “Prime Minister released finally a statement in which he claimed the Constitutional illegitimacy of the parliament Speaker because of his respect to the citizens right to demonstrate in several Iraqi provinces and showing his sympathy in their legitimate demands."
    “The Iraqi people who gave the parliament speaker the honor of their representation are the only one able to grab this representation in free, democratic and transparent elections."
    The statement called " on to listen to the voice of the people , open their hearts to dialogue with it and meet legitimate demands instead of waving threats," reminding that "our near history tell us that power brute result in any conflict with people is loss and the people alone is the highest authority," in reference to the former regime led by Saddam Hussein.

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