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    Post "Baghdad Bobs" Daily Report Sunday January 13, 2013

    Azad Abu Bakr Zainal: ruled resolve the outstanding problems between Baghdad and Arbil, the application of Article (140) Constitutional

    Date: 13/01/2013 07:38:59 Sunday

    Baghdad (news) .. exclude MP / coalition of Kurdish blocs / Azad Abu Bakr Zainal, to resolve the outstanding problems between the federal government and the government of Kurdistan in this election cycle, pointing to the difficulty of the application of Article (140) constitutional under the prevailing political climate.
    Zainal said in a statement (of the Agency news): I do not expect the implementation of Article (140) under the deep differences between the federal government and the provincial government and the presence of demonstrations in some provinces of the country, referring to the tense atmosphere does not allow the application of that article.

    He added: that the Kurdistan Alliance believes that the solution to the differences in the Kurdish areas (disputed) lies in the Constitution refer to any application of Article (140) on the ground.

    The MP for the coalition of Kurdish blocs: resolve outstanding differences between the federal government and the provincial government in the current election cycle despite a truce and the ongoing meetings between the two sides, pointing to the absence of positive signs from the federal government to implement the demands of the provincial government.

    He was a member of the Kurdistan Alliance MP / coalition blocs Kurdistan / Saman Fawzi, said that the solution to the crisis management security file of the contested areas, need time to conduct meetings to agree on a mechanism spread joint forces, noting that the solution to this crisis is by applying Article (140) Constitutional .

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    U.S. official: Strange Days waiting for Maliki

    Writings Saturday, January 12, 2013
    Revealed responsible Iraqi file in the administration of former U.S. President Bush that the Iraqi government ahead difficult days, and confirmed that the current year will not be easy, while described the crisis between the center and the complicated impasse region, confirmed that the Iraqi street has become stronger than the Parliament.
    She is responsible for the Iraqi file in the administration of former U.S. President Bush, Meghan O'Sullivan, in an interview with the U.S. Foreign Relations Foundation "The Iraqi government led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will face difficult days in Iraq this year," adding that "next year will not be easy Iraq also because it will not only meet the existing local crowd problems, but also requires dealing with regional powers, which would be enough to challenge the progress in Iraq. "
    O'Sullivan showed that "al-Maliki is under considerable pressure not from Sunnis and Kurds, but also Shiites, led by Moqtada al-Sadr, who opposes many of his policies."
    She explained O'Sullivan said, "What will increase the difficult days for the owners is not improved the living conditions of Iraqis", and show by saying, "In spite of that Iraq is rich in fortune oil and other immense wealth, but most Iraqis have not seen this wealth translated on the ground something improves of their daily lives, "asserting that" most Iraqis blame the government for its failure and accuse it of corruption. "
    The O'Sullivan pointed out that "the Iraqi street now become the most powerful of parliament may be a source of political pressure on al-Maliki," but she stressed that "this requires the integration of Sunni movement with strong Sadrist movement street to be the kind of challenge."
    O'Sullivan promised that "since the withdrawal of U.S. forces in the past year has not been any improvement in Iraq at the level of services as the political situation deteriorated tragic and that's what his body in 2012 from a continuation of the political crises."
    She described O'Sullivan relationship between the center and the region as "the dilemma seemed more complicated than any previous period," noting that "tensions between Baghdad and Erbil was at a low in 2003, but it almost led to a collision between the forces of the two parties now."
    And deteriorated relationship between the Kurdistan region of Iraq and center in an unprecedented way in the fall of 2012 on the back of an operations forces Tigris and published in the disputed areas which has been seen by the Kurds soon evolved provocation against the backdrop of Tuz incident in mid-November 2012 to a military escalation reached extent of engagement and push the parties to bring in heavy reinforcements to those areas and put them in the face of some of them so far.
    As evidenced by the provinces of Anbar, Salahuddin and Nineveh and Kirkuk since the 21 December 2012 the past, demonstrations involving tens of thousands came against the backdrop of the arrest elements of protection and finance minister the leader of the Iraqi List, Rafie al-Issawi, and it condemned the policy of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and the demand to stop abuses against detainees and detention centers, and to release them, and the abolition of legal accountability, justice and the fight against terrorism, and the enactment of the amnesty, and alter the course of the political process and end the policy of exclusion and marginalization and to balance the state institutions.
    Although the sit-ins taking place in those provinces and other areas, came as a direct response to the arrest of protection elements, Minister of Finance leadership in Iraq Rafie al-Issawi, on 20 December 2012 the past, the people of those provinces were and over the past years has demonstrated on several occasions against the current government policy and procedures against them, the most important of marginalization and exclusion, arbitrary arrests and torture in prisons and procedures for accountability and justice and she herself claimed that raising them today.
    According to observers, what is happening today in Iraq is one of the "most dangerous and wider" crises that have passed since the fall of the former regime Year (2003), in addition to the chronic crisis between the federal government and the Kurdistan region, and expressed the United Nations today through its representative in Iraq, Martin Kobler, concern at the persistence of the crisis in the country and called on the government not to deal strongly demonstrations confirmed the right of citizens to express their demands and their rights in a peaceful manner.
    In significant step, the Cabinet decided in its first year (2013) the current, which held Tuesday (January 8, 2013), the formation of a committee headed by Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs Hussain al-Shahristani, and the membership of the ministers of justice, defense and human rights and Municipalities and Public Works and resources Water and the State for Parliamentary Affairs and Secretary General of the Council of Ministers and Deputy Minister of the Interior, shall receive legitimate demands of protesters directly through their representative delegations and submit its recommendations to the Council of Ministers.
    However, many observers have expressed fears that this committee will not contribute any solutions to the crisis, especially since the prime minister announced after the formation of the committee that it will not receive demands unconstitutional and will not deal with it at all, explaining that the demands of the demonstrators to cancel legal accountability, justice and the fight against terrorism inconsistent with Constitution and opens the way for the Baathists and terrorists .. While demonstrators confirms that these two requirements of the most important demands can not be abandoned, which would, according to observers to increase the explosive situation, especially since the Regional Working Pat helps greatly to provide a suitable atmosphere for it.
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    Deputy: hearing Monday will decide the confirmation of the general amnesty law

    Iraqi Council of Representatives


    A member of the legal committee in the House of Representatives that session (Monday) will be crucial in approving the general amnesty law or not.
    The MP added Arshad Salhi said some exceptions contained in the law was the main reason for the disabled passed until now.
    He Salhi in an interview with Radio Free Iraq that the most prominent of these exceptions, which said it was still the subject of controversy between the powers of parliamentary, are "the exception was the reason for killing members of the security forces, judges and university professors and special grades of state employees, as well as those who were the cause in the implementation of armed attacks. "

    He was scheduled to see a session of the House of Representatives last Thursday to vote on the amnesty law, but that the Presidency of the Council postponed to Monday as a result of failure to obtain consensus on it.
    MP accuses Liberal bloc representing the Sadrist movement, Ali al-Timimi, a coalition of state law to block passage of the amnesty for political purposes, as he put it.
    But the MP for the coalition of state law Keywords denies these accusations, and indicates that the amnesty law has many loopholes that can be exploited by some to get the convicts have committed terrorist crimes.
    For his part, ruled out political analyst Ihsan Al Shammari passage of the amnesty law in the absence of compatibility between the parliamentary forces, and the lack of a unified vision among themselves about those covered by this law.

    It is said that the issuance of the amnesty law is one of the most prominent demands demonstrators called by some provinces in western Iraq about two weeks ago, along with the elimination of legal "accountability and justice" and "anti-terrorism", and the release of detainees in detention and in prisons.

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    2013 January 13 - 18:44
    International Affairs

    Jaafari and al-Mutlaq discuss the repercussions of the crisis protesters
    Search leader of the Iraqi List, Saleh al-Mutlaq with the head of the National Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari, the repercussions of the crisis protesters and demonstrators in the provinces and to find the necessary solutions.
    BAGHDAD (Persia)
    A press release said: "The Al-Mutlaq said during the meeting today, which was attended by deputies of the Iraqi List importance that carried the National Alliance turn to act to contain the crisis and to respond to the demands of the demonstrators legitimate according to the law and the Constitution and stop the harassment which they are exposed and to stop targeting media."
    He stressed "the importance of continuing the meetings and talks even after contain the crisis in order to work on a real partnership and events balances in various state institutions and an end to the law of accountability and justice and the fourth paragraph of the Terrorism Act and lay the foundations of a healthy concept of the democratic state.
    And saw most of central and southern Iraq, massive demonstrations confirmed their refusal to cancel Article 4 terrorism and Aalmsaelh law and justice.
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    Sunday, January 13, 2013 18:02Parliamentary Legal undermine all prospects for Maliki to dissolve parliament

    BAGHDAD / Baghdadiya News / .. Blew the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Sunday, the possibility of Vice President Khudair Khuzaie or a coalition of state law, the dissolution of the House of Representatives at the moment the existence of a request on to question the prime minister.

    A member of the Committee for the Kurdistan Alliance Muhsin al-Sadoun SMC / Baghdadiya News / "The Constitution allows dissolve parliament according to two conditions, the first is through a request by a third of deputies to the Presidency and be voted on by half of the members plus one any 164 Vice" pointing out that "the second by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's request to dissolve parliament to the president for approval and then be referred to the presidency of the parliament for a vote by half plus one."He added that "all cases approved by the Constitution to dissolve the parliament can not be used for the time being due to the presence of a request submitted by the Iraqi List to question Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki."
    He Sadoun said "Khuzai shall not have full constitutional powers granted to President Jalal Talabani, to the fact that the latter taking a break satisfactory and vacancy did not exceed the statutory period approved by the Constitution even Imitma Khuzaie Talabani powers."
    The parliamentary sources have revealed that the President of the Republic Khudair Khuzaie has threatened House Speaker Osama Nujaifi dissolve parliament based on this constitutional provision to give him the authority after receipt of the request from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

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    Iraqi rule out general amnesty law passed during the session tomorrow

    Sunday 13 January 2013 - 5:36

    Ruled MP for the Iraqi List, reproach league pass legal amnesty and the Federal Court in session tomorrow for a vote on these laws.
    The league said the "self-sectarian among politicians themselves and their struggles are the main reason for the failure to approve these important laws."
    League described in a statement to Radio tow session tomorrow Balhacma interval If you have voted on the amnesty law in particular because it represents the achievement of the main demands of the demonstrators, which will lead to current crisis انجلاء.
    As predicted MP for the Iraqi List and Wissal properly raise a session tomorrow because المشادات and quarrels that resort to vexatious some lawmakers to pass laws, accusing some contrast negative image in the Iraqi street on the work and performance of the Iraqi parliament.
    Fled the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to postpone the hearing that was scheduled for yesterday to tomorrow Monday.
    A member of the National Alliance MP Amer winner to "reason to postpone the hearing comes to give way for parliamentary committees to provide laws put up for a vote Kqanona general amnesty and the Federal Court."
    Noteworthy that the parliament had to vote on the legal amnesty and the Federal Court in more than one session because of political differences they
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    Kubler: UN concerned about the current situation in Iraq

    Representative of the secretary-general of the United Nations in Iraq, Martin Kobler speaks at a news conference in Najaf.

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    Acer Yasiri

    The representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in Iraq Martin Kobler expressed concern about the current political situation in the country and the failure of the political solution to the current crisis.
    At a press conference in Najaf after meeting with religious authority, Ali al-Sistani, Kubler said that "the UN is concerned about the tense political situation in the country, as well as expressing concern about the failure of the political blocs to a peaceful solution to the crisis so far," he said, adding:
    "I had the honor to meet with the religious authority, Ali al-Sistani and I discussed with him the latest developments of the crisis and conveyed his concern the United Nations Secretary-General increased over the current crisis, and that the message of the United Nations today is the need for dialogue between all parties."

    Kuebler called on all political parties to "sit at the table of dialogue and the peaceful resolution of the crisis", adding that "demonstrations right guaranteed by the constitution, and that the government and Parliament to look at the legitimate demands of the demonstrators and solve them." He stressed "the need for the demonstrators to the law, and not to chant slogans harsh, and that the demonstrations are peaceful."

    And transfer representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations for Sistani call for dialogue and away from the sectarian slogans and show all sides flexibility as well as sitting at the same table and resolve the crisis peacefully. He went on, "that the religious authority in Najaf share our concern about what is going on in the country and calls for political rapprochement and resolve crises ravaging the country."
    Kubler stressed during the press conference that the problem in Iraq is an internal affair calling for the need to be resolved internally.

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