The Central Bank of Iraq file … an employee reveals the hidden

The Central Bank of Iraq file … an employee reveals the hidden

The Central Bank of Iraq file ... employee reveals the hiddenBaghdad / National News Center – An employee at the Central Bank of Iraq revealed to the station that the named Hassan Nasser Jaafar al-Lami is Qasim Soleimani the financial in Iraq, and one of the main officials in financing Iran and Hezbollah in foreign currency, and that he entered Lebanon on the sixth of last December.

According to press sources, “On last December 2, an Arab satellite channel received a call from Baghdad from an Iraqi woman saying that she works in the Central Bank of Iraq and in possession of evidence condemning Iraqi figures who illegally withdrew dollars from the aforementioned bank before escaping abroad to finance groups linked to Iran Classified as a terrorist organization in the United States, including Hezbollah and even ISIS groups.

And after “multiple contacts with the woman and checking the documents and her identity, a team from the satellite channel met in one of the neighboring countries to preserve the confidentiality of the meeting and preserve us for her security.”

The lady indicated that “the corruption that occurred previously, present, and independently was caused by the governor of the Central Bank, Ali Al-Alaq, who has withdrawn powers,” noting that “there are two general managers who have full powers. ”

And she continued that “there are three heads of corruption in the central bank who consider Iran’s arms in Iraq to control the central bank, the first of which is Hamad Al-Musawi, the owner of Al Hoda Bank, Ali Ghulam, the owner of the Bank of the Middle East, and Hassan Nasser Jaafar al-Lami, the owner of the Bank of Iraq and across Iraq.”

The sources pointed out that “the Iraqi lady said that the Federal Bank in New York asked the Iraqi Central Bank to prevent Hassan Nasser and the owners of other banks from selling foreign work, specifically the dollar, because of charges against them such as money laundering and the smuggling of dollars for terrorist purposes.”

And she continued, “Hassan Nasser Jaafar Al-Lami has this Noor Bank of Iraq and across Iraq, this is a dangerous man and he has a strong ability to sell dollars and foreign work abroad, confirming that he is one of the ISIS financiers.”

She pointed out that “White House sources assured her that the US administration has started investigations with senior influential employees of the Central Bank of Iraq after it became clear that pro-Iranian banks are trying to break US economic sanctions by smuggling the dollar to Iran and its allies in the region.”

She added that “Al-Lami hid all the documents in the bank and forged them,” noting that she “got the real documents by helping employees inside the bank.”

She noted that Al-Lami “came to Lebanon during this month and met Hezbollah to negotiate how to fund them from Iraqi money.”

Nnciraq.com

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The importance of the new financial management law passed by the House of Representatives

Al-Attar: The importance of the new financial management law passed by the House of Representatives

Conscious / Al-Attar: The importance of the new financial management law passed by the House of RepresentativesBaghdad / N.N. – On Wednesday, a member of the Iraqi Economic Council, Ghadeer Al-Attar, announced the importance of the new financial management law recently passed by the parliament.

A statement by Al-Attar received by ( Iraqi Media News Agency / INA ) stated that “the Financial Management Law aims to regulate the rules and procedures governing financial and accounting management in the field of planning, preparation, implementation, control and audit of the federal public budget.”

He added, “The law will direct all federal revenues to the public treasury to cover public spending, determine the internal control units’ link in administrative and technical terms, set mechanisms related to budget implementation, the commitment of each implementing agency, and determine the responsibility of the Ministry of Finance in the implementation phase.”

Al-Attar indicated that “through the Financial Management Law, it will be possible to set specific dates to present the final accounts and adhere to the principles of the budget (budget transparency, budget comprehensiveness, budget unity, annual budget, and non-allocation) when preparing and implementing the federal public budget and related matters in a manner that ensures the stability of the economy Macro and financial stability, enhancing budget allocation, improving spending efficiency and effectiveness, ensuring optimal cash management and improving the quality of budget information provided to the House of Representatives and public opinion. ”

The House of Representatives voted in its session yesterday, Monday, to amend the Financial Management Law

Al-iraqnews.com

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Baghdad .. Popular protests continue to demand an “independent government”

Baghdad .. Popular protests continue to demand an “independent government”

Today, popular protests continued in Iraq to demand the formation of an independent government away from party interference.

Witnesses told German News Agency that the demonstrations continued this morning, as students from a number of schools and government employees went out in rallies to support the protests in a number of Iraqi cities.

In a related framework, the students of the University of Karbala organized a sit-in on the campus to demand the disclosure of those involved in the assassination crimes against activists and protesters.

Basra, in southern Iraq, has also witnessed protests over the widespread assassinations of protesters, activists and the media, as well as the delay in forming the new government.

Witnesses told the agency that large numbers of university students organized a sit-in in front of the gate of Karma University and the Bab Al-Zubair Colleges Complex in solidarity with the protesters in the demonstration square.

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Deputy: The Current Government Cannot Continue, And The Iraqi Street Rejects It

Deputy: The Current Government Cannot Continue, And The Iraqi Street Rejects It

The Independent / Representative Abbas Al-Atafi called on the political parties to seek to remedy the situation of the country at this stage and form a government that meets the demands of the Iraqis.

Al-Atafi said that “the concerned parties should strive to remedy the situation of the country in this difficult stage, and that they should realize the danger in the absence of a real government that represents the people and is able to meet all the demands that fulfill its aspirations.”

He added that “dialogues are still ongoing between the political blocs regarding the agreement on the name of a candidate for the post of prime minister and on the political blocs concerned with this file, the agreement as soon as possible and to put people who are politically acceptable according to the demands of the street.”

The Iraqi MP stated that “the current government is a government that has submitted its resignation and its role has ended and it has turned into a caretaker and cannot continue in this way for three years and that the Iraqi street has rejected the figures that have been put forward for the position of Prime Minister and the political blocs should unite now, especially for the blocs involved in nominating a prime minister in order to resolve the situation ”

He explained that “the continuation of the political blocs through consultation and dialogue among them will produce a candidate’s name during the coming days and resolve the file during the next week and that the public interest requires that all efforts be combined to come out with a government that meets the aspirations of the street, and be able to manage the country’s economic and political conditions, and work to restore Building and qualifying important and vital institutions, and they will be supported by the House of Representatives with all its components

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US report: Iran’s name is linked to the corruption of leaders in Iraq and Lebanon

US report: Iran’s name is linked to the corruption of leaders in Iraq and Lebanon

A report by former US diplomat Dennis Ross and Dana Stroll of the Washington Institute, published in Foreign Policy, called on the United States to focus on what Washington can offer the Middle East, and what sets it apart from other parties to embrace street demands.

The report pointed out that the name of Iran is linked to the corruption of the leaders in Iraq and Lebanon, so that corruption has become a trademark of the Khamenei regime, wherever corruption has occurred in these countries, Iran has also dissolved, while this is an opportunity for the United States to mobilize its efforts to support the demands of citizens who demonstrate in the streets.

The report stated that the US administration is required to mobilize the necessary support from the Republican and Democratic parties in Congress to complete this matter and make a fundamental shift in its policy for the stability of the Middle East region.

The report stressed that the United States has an opportunity to present what Iran cannot provide, by sensing the desire for change led by the two peoples in Iraq and Lebanon, and that the situation in these two countries may not stabilize without real change taking place in them.

Altaghier.tv

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Allawi announces his resignation from the membership of the Iraqi Council of Representatives

Allawi announces his resignation from the membership of the Iraqi Council of Representatives

Allawi announces his resignation from the membership of the Iraqi parliament On Friday, the leader of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, announced his resignation from the membership of the Iraqi parliament.

Allawi’s office said in a brief statement, Alsumaria News received a copy of it, that “the leader of the National Coalition announced his resignation from the membership of the Iraqi parliament as a result of the parliament’s failure to play its legislative and oversight role and not dealing seriously and positively with the demands of the popular and mass movement.”

Iyad Allawi, on November 6, 2018, took the constitutional oath before the Iraqi parliament

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IRAQI DINAR EXCHANGE RATES (JANUARY 10)

IRAQI DINAR EXCHANGE RATES (JAN 10)

SULAIMANI — The US dollar to Iraqi dinar (IQD) exchange rate was down on the Kurdistan Region’s currency markets on Friday (January 10).

Broker Rawaz Jaza told NRT Digital Media that $100 was at 122,100 Iraqi dinars, 400 IQD lower than the previous day.

Jaza also reported that 100 British pounds was at 158,500 Iraqi dinars, and 100 euros was at 136,500 IQD.

(NRT Digital Media)

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Pompeo rebuffs Iraqi leader’s demand for US troop withdrawal as critics warn of ISIS resurgence

Pompeo rebuffs Iraqi leader’s demand for US troop withdrawal as critics warn of ISIS resurgence

BAGHDAD — The Trump administration on Friday rebuffed demands from Iraq’s prime minister to begin planning for the withdrawal of U.S troops from Iraq.

Iraq’s prime minister, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, told Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a phone call Thursday to send a U.S. delegation to Iraq to negotiate the withdrawal of U.S troops, according to a statement released Friday by the Iraqi leader.

But the State Department’s chief spokeswoman said the U.S. presence in Iraq is a “force for good” and U.S. officials would not discuss a military withdrawal.

“At this time, any delegation sent to Iraq would be dedicated to discussing how to best recommit to our strategic partnership – not to discuss troop withdrawal, but our right, appropriate force posture in the Middle East,” said Morgan Ortagus, the spokeswoman.

During a news briefing Friday about new Iran sanctions, Pompeo said he would be “happy to continue the conversation with the Iraqis about what the right structure is” for U.S. troops in the country.

But, Pompeo added, the U.S. military mission there “is very clear”: to train Iraqi security forces and fight the Islamic State. “We’re going to continue that mission,” he said.

America’s military presence in Iraq has become a flashpoint between the two allies after President Donald Trump’s decision last week to kill a top Iranian general who was in Baghdad. Trump ordered a drone strike that killed Gen. Qasem Soleimani, who led an elite unit of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps. The strike also killed an Iraqi military official, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, who was the deputy commander of an Iran-backed militia organization known as the Popular Mobilization Forces.

Abdul-Mahdi has called the U.S. strike a political “assassination” and a violation of Iraqi sovereignty.

Trump administration officials have defended the strike as legal and necessary, saying Soleimani was planning attacks on U.S. assets in the region. But they have declined to provide evidence of the plot and have given conflicting accounts of how “imminent” it was.

“There is no doubt that there were a series of imminent attacks that were being plotted by Qasem Soleimani, and we don’t know precisely when and we don’t know precisely where, but it was real,” Pompeo said during an interview with Fox News that aired Thursday.

Trump campaigned on a promise to bring U.S. troops home from far-flung “endless wars,” and he has ordered draw downs in Syria and Afghanistan. The U.S. has an estimated 5,000 American troops in Iraq, but Trump has resisted Iraq’s pressure to bring them home. Such a move would be fraught with political and national security implications, including a possible resurgence of the Islamic State.

“A complete US military withdrawal in the current context would be disastrous,” William Wechsler, director of the Middle East programs at the Atlantic Council, a foreign policy think tank, wrote in a recent Jan. 5 analysis.

For starters, it would “abandon Iraq to Iranian influence” just as Iraq is choosing a new prime minister, said Wechsler.

Iranian leaders have said their main goal in the wake of Soleimani’s death is to drive the U.S. out of the Middle East.

A U.S. withdrawal now could also pave the way for a resurgence of the Islamic State, also known as ISIS.

It would be a “gift to ISIS,” Sen. Christopher Murphy, D-Conn., a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, said at an Atlantic Council forum on Thursday.

“This is an incredibly dangerous moment,” Murphy added, referring to the potential for both Iran to expand its influence in Iraq and for ISIS to make a comeback there.

Iraq’s parliament on Sunday approved a nonbinding resolution calling for U.S. troops to leave. U.S. officials have noted the vote was taken when Sunni, Kurd and some Shiite lawmakers, who hold more favorable views toward the U.S. military mission, were not present.

Pompeo suggested the anger at the U.S. in Iraq would pass, and he noted that the current prime minister is on his way out of office.

“We’ve been in their country, we’ve been supporting Iraqi sovereignty, we’ve been continuing to take down the terrorist threat against the Iraqi people,” he said Sunday on Fox News. “The prime minister is the resigned prime minister … We are confident that the Iraqi people want the United States to continue to be there to fight the counterterror campaign.”

But Abdul-Mahdi’s comments to Pompeo suggests he is pushing ahead with that demand, despite his own caretaker status and the recent steps toward de-escalation between Tehran and Washington that have put Iraq on the brink of a proxy war between the U.S. and Iran.

The Iraqi leader asked Pompeo to “send delegates to Iraq to prepare a mechanism to carry out the parliament’s resolution regarding the withdrawal of foreign troops from Iraq,” said the statement from Abdul-Mahdi.

“The prime minister said American forces had entered Iraq and drones are flying in its airspace without permission from Iraqi authorities and this was a violation of the bilateral agreements,” the Iraqi leader’s statement added.

Ortagus said the U.S has been “unambiguous” about how crucial the U.S. mission is in Iraq. American troops are there to help fight the Islamic State. She said U.S. officials are willing to talk to Iraqi leaders, but not about withdrawing.

“There does … need to be a conversation between the U.S. and Iraqi governments not just regarding security, but about our financial, economic, and diplomatic partnership,” she said. “We want to be a friend and partner to a sovereign, prosperous, and stable Iraq.”

Top American military officials including Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper have said there are no plans for the U.S. to withdraw from Iraq.

But military officials sowed confusion about the U.S. commitment earlier this week, when a letter, written by U.S. general to Iraqi officials, suggested the U.S. was preparing to withdraw because of the Iraqi parliament’s vote. Esper and Milley told reporters it was a draft letter and a mistake.

Simmering tensions between the U.S. and Iran escalated sharply after Dec. 27, when a rocket attack, blamed on an Iranian-backed militia group, caused the death of an American contractor at a base in Kirkuk province. The U.S. responded with a barrage of strikes on the militia’s bases, killing at least 25 people.

Pro-Iranian protesters then stormed the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, temporarily stranding diplomats inside and leaving parts of the compound damaged and charred. Trump then ordered the Soleimani strike. Iran responded by launching more than a dozen ballistic missiles at two Iraqi bases that house U.S. and coalition forces.

No Americans or Iraqis were killed in the Iranian strikes. And tensions began to ratchet down Wednesday when Trump said Iran seemed to be “standing down” and he, too, signaled that Washington would be stepping away from further confrontation.

Contributing: Tom Vanden Brook and the Associated Press

Usatoday.com

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Iran announced the end of its reprisals against the United States

Iran announced the end of its reprisals against the United States

Follow up – Mawazine News: Iran announced the end of its reprisals against the United States in response to the assassination of the commander of the “Quds Force” in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Major General Qassim Soleimani.

In response to a question from the Russian “TASS” agency about his country’s response to the US President Donald Trump’s speech regarding the recent escalation, Iran’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Majeed Takht Rawanji, said: “All of our operation was equivalent to the death of Qassem Soleimani, and it was terminated.”
He added: “In the event that the United States does not take any military measures against Iran, we will not, on our side, take any such steps.”

The Iranian delegate indicated that his country worked in full conformity with Article 51 of the United Nations Charter, and implemented its right to self-defense, and said: “But Iran will have no alternative way to respond if the United States takes the decision to launch new military operations.”

And the Iranian Revolutionary Guard carried out, on Tuesday night to Wednesday, a massive missile attack targeting American forces at the Ain al-Assad bases in Anbar and Harir in Arbil, Iraq, in response to the operation carried out by the United States on January 3 near Baghdad airport that killed Soleimani.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards said that the missile attack killed 80 American soldiers, while the United States denied there were deaths among its forces.

Commenting on the attack, US President Donald Trump said that “everything is fine”, noting that his country has “the strongest army in the world”, while the Pentagon indicated that it was conducting an assessment of the situation and is studying ways to respond to the strike.

Mawazine News

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