Is a NEW IRAQ being BORN? – VisualPolitik EN

Is a NEW IRAQ being BORN?

We’re sure that many connect the word IRAQ with a country that’s been destroyed and ravaged by war. A place full of conflicts. And that has been Iraq’s reality in recent decades, especially with the First Gulf War, the US invasion and the emergence of the Islamic State – which managed to occupy a large part of the country.

However, in this video we’re not going to talk about a destroyed Iraq, or disasters or victims, or misfortune.

You already know that we love to look at the good side of things. And, it’s precisely, in this video, here on VisualPolitik that we’ll try to take a look at the side of Iraq, which we never hear about. That is, their good side. What are the reasons that Iraq has to be optimistic?

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Nujaifi: Iraq began to thwart the empire of Iran in the region

Nujaifi: Iraq began to thwart the empire of Iran in the region

Former Iraqi parliament speaker Osama al-Nujaifi said in an exclusive interview with al-Arabiya and al-Hadath that parties holding power would not give up easily, but street pressure would force them to heed the protesters’ demands.

He also stressed that the Iraqi people reject Iran’s hegemony over its territory and interfere in its affairs, especially in the central and southern regions, which Iran was betting on, adding that the Iranian presence in Iraq will end even after a while.

The presence of Iran in Iraq will end

Nujaifi added: “We are going to early elections to correct the political process in Iraq,” stressing the need for UN supervision of the upcoming elections. “Iran is interfering in Iraqi affairs and will not allow its presence in Iraq to be weakened.” He pointed out that Tehran will not hand over Iraq easily, and is working to establish an empire in the region “This is beginning to fail in Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen.”

He called the former Iraqi parliament speaker to involve the demonstrators in the drafting of the election law and the Commission to ensure stability, wondering the role of the state in the case of clans took up arms to protect the demonstrators?

Lost control of the country management

Najafi felt that Iraq was going to unknown if the insistence of political forces not to change, pointing out that the demonstrations came out of the womb of suffering and if any external intervention Vhoh simple.

He added that the resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi was involved in the killing, “and there are people running the political process.” He added that Abdul-Mahdi gave the real power to non-state actors, he was lacking will and control over the management of the country’s affairs directly.

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A member of the parliamentary talks about “corrupt” businessmen under the protection of influential figures in the state

A member of the parliamentary talks about “corrupt” businessmen under the protection of influential figures in the state

Baghdad Today-Baghdad: A member of the Parliamentary Economic Committee, Salem Tufayli, on Saturday, November 30, 2019 about the presence of businessmen whom he described as corrupt are protected from influential figures in the state, while stressing the need to hold everyone accountable according to the law and that no one above it.

“There are businessmen involved in the theft of money and involvement in mock projects, with the help of political figures who are often in force in the state,” Tufayli said in an interview.

He added that “the law should be applied to everyone and no one should be above the law,” pointing out that “there are dozens of arrest warrants and recruitment issued against businessmen involved in the files of corruption and theft of public money.”

He pointed out that “the fight against corruption in the country should not distinguish between the corrupt abuser or the contractor or simple employee, so the law should be applied to everyone without exception, and keep the judiciary and regulatory agencies from political pressure.”

The former Chairman of the Commission on Integrity, Rahim al-Okaili, counted Wednesday (27 November 2019) laws enacted by the House of Representatives during the last period to fight corruption “suspicious”, among the Iraqi people have become unbelievable political forces that legitimized, which protect the corrupt and threaten those who pursue them .

“We cannot eradicate corruption without raising the level of accountability, and what is happening now is a good procedure to prosecute the corrupt people, which is under pressure from the demonstrations,” he said during a show hosted by Dr. Nabil Jassem.

He pointed out that he was not optimistic about the elimination of corruption. He said that this was caused by a lack of political will to fight corruption.

He stressed that “the political class in most of them have the potential to pressure the regulators and prevent them from doing their work and this is the reason for the failure to fight corruption.”

On the laws initiated by the parliament during the last period to fight corruption, Okeili said that “the laws that legislate to fight corruption are suspected because people have become unbelievable political forces that legislate.”

He pointed out that “this class has tools to prevent the accountability of the corrupt belonging to them, and there is a clash between the political forces in the file of corruption applies the title (shut up me and shut up about you).”

He pointed out that “there is a significant involvement of political forces in the file of corruption, and must allocate large funds equivalent to the money allocated in the fight against terrorism,” stressing that “the judiciary can not take its turn if the parties that have money and weapons threaten the authority and prevent From doing their duty. ”

“There are well-known corruption files that must be done to topple the whales of corruption and the judicial authorities need strong support from the demonstrators to face political money and the influence of the forces in which the corrupt are present,” the former head of the Integrity Commission said.

“The fight against corruption should be headed by a judge who is professional and impartial and must have protection to encourage it,” he said.

He went on to say, “Wherever you reach out in the Iraqi state, you find countless corruption and do not occur to human beings.And the most prominent files of corruption are speculative sums of money, which is guessing the purchase in the ministries of imported materials and getting the deals of aircraft, weapons and others, which is not difficult to stop.”

“Our thieves are stealing in the daytime without fear and do not need the tools of theft at night. The law of graft has been in place since 2011 and will not be applied and there is exploitation of popular protests now to practice corruption and not to fight it.”

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BAGHDAD EXPECTED TO TRANSFER NEARLY 1 TRILLION IQD TO ERBIL MONTHLY

BAGHDAD EXPECTED TO TRANSFER NEARLY 1 TRILLION IQD TO ERBIL MONTHLY

SULAIMANI — The government of Iraq is expected to send nearly one trillion Iraqi dinars ($838 million) per month to the Kurdistan Region in 2020 after Baghdad and Erbil reach agreement over oil exports and budget, a parliamentarian said.

Coordinator of Financial Committee at the Iraqi parliament Ahmed Safar said the federal government would transfer the total share of the region from the budget for fiscal year 2020 after Erbil exported 250,000 barrels of oil per day through Baghdad.

“Next year will be different for the Kurdistan Region because it hands over the oil,” he told Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP)-affiliated media on Wednesday (November 27).

“Baghdad is expected to transfer nearly 1 trillion dinars to the Kurdistan Region according to the budget which Iraq has for the next year,” he added.

The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and the federal government reached an agreement to resolve their ongoing disagreement over oil on Monday.

The Kurdistan Region is expected to export 250,000 barrels of oil per day through Baghdad to Turkey’s Cihan port in return Baghdad will send the region’s share from the federal budget for 2020.

A Kurdish delegation is expected to visit Baghdad next week to discuss the Kurdistan Region’s share from the federal budget, according to authorities.

Oil is just one of several persistent disagreements between the two governments, which also include security and the disputed areas.

(NRT Digital Media)

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Iraqi Ministers Probed on Corruption Charges

Iraqi Ministers Probed on Corruption Charges

Iraq’s Commission of Integrity (COI) announced today that it has summoned a third minister on charges of corruption and mismanagement.

The COI said in a statement that the court investigating integrity cases in Kirkuk Governorate issued a summons against the former minister of higher education and scientific research, who it did not name.

Since 2003, nine ministers have managed Iraq’s higher education portfolio: Ziad Al-Aswad, Tahir Albakaa, Sami Al-Mudhaffar, Abd Dhiyab Al-Ajili, Ali Al-Adeeb, Hussain Al-Shahristani, Abdul Razzaq Al-Issa, Jamal Al-Adil, and current minister Qusay Al-Suhail.

They have occupied the ministry during the transitional period, then in two interim governments headed by Ayad Allawi and Ibrahim Al-Jaafari, then through two successive terms headed Nouri Al-Maliki followed by Haider Al-Abadi, and then the current government headed by Adil Abdul-Mahdi.

On Tuesday, the COI summoned the current Minister of Culture Abdul Amir Mayah Madi against the backdrop of exploitation of prohibited places in the Euphrates River, while yesterday it called former Minister of Communications Hassan Kazem Al-Rashid in for questioning on charges of administrative corruption.

Iraq came 13th among the world’s most corrupt countries, a report by Transparency International revealed earlier this year, as the country struggles to recover on both the security, political and economic levels after a strenuous war against Daesh.

Combating corruption is at the top of the demands being made by protesters who have taken to the streets for over a month.

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Deputy: the first line of senior officials will begin bringing them to the judiciary early next month

Deputy: the first line of senior officials will begin bringing them to the judiciary early next month

Information / Special… The MP for the Alliance of Sairon Riad Mohammed, on Thursday, that the judiciary will issue a new list early next month includes a large number of first-line leaders in the current government and previous governments.

Mohammed said in a statement to the information, that “the recruitment lists issued by the Supreme Judiciary against officials is the third phase and there are two stages will start early next month,” pointing out that “the new lists to be issued by the judiciary will include the leaders of the first line in the current and previous governments and will reach Prime Minister, Minister, Deputy and Under-Secretary ”.

He added that “these lists will generate significant political problems within the corridors of the House of Representatives and between political parties,” noting that “the judiciary will pursue all leaders and politicians involved in corruption and theft of public money without considering his position in the political process.”

The legal expert Ali al-Tamimi, earlier, that cases of financial corruption against a large number of government officials do not fall statute of limitations in accordance with the law. Finished 25 T.

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Bloody clashes between failed regime, protesters on Baghdad Bridges

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Bloody clashes between failed regime, protesters on Baghdad Bridges

Iraqi protesters are fighting a bloody battle with security forces and Iranian-backed militias to end the corruption in their country and end the Iranian interventions that dominate Baghdad’s decision

Although hot confrontations are spreading across the country, four major bridges in Baghdad witness clashes between the two sides while each wants to control these bridges over the Tigris.

Confrontations between the protesters and security forces began on Al-Jumhuriya Bridge, which connects Tahrir Square with the center of Baghdad to Karkh and the Green Zone.

Then, the confrontations spread to the bridge of Al-Ahrar bridge, and then to al-Shohadaa Bridge then on Al-Sanak Bridge.

Victims on Al-Ahrar bridge

A bloody confrontation between rebels and troops stationed near Al-Ahrar Bridge, leaving 14 people killed, in the last 24 hours only, according to security sources on Thursday evening.

.Despite the heated confrontations, Iraqi demonstrators still control parts of the bridges of Al-Sanak, Al-Ahrar, Al-Jumhuriya, and al-Shohadaa leading to the Green Zone.

The importance of bridges for protesters

They are among 12 bridges spanning the Tigris River, they link areas of Baghdad to the Green Zone, where Iraqi government headquarters and foreign embassies are located, and some of them link the Green Zone to Tahrir Square.

Al-Ahrar Bridge, one of the oldest bridges in Iraq, connects Salhiya to Ras al-Qura, and Shohadaa Bridge connects Haifa Street with Al-Shawakah in Al-Karkh to Al-Rashid Street.

Daily Confrontations

Iraqi demonstrators are battling on these bridges, seeking to see which of them will topple the government.

According to observers, controlling these bridges is a strategic issue at the moment. The demonstrators seek to control them by attacking them to remove the security forces, or by blocking roads leading to the implementation of civil disobedience in Baghdad.

The demonstrators believe that taking control over these bridges prevents security forces from mobilizing near Tahrir Square, where tens of thousands of protesters gather.

The obstacle to the demonstrators

Al-Jumhuriya Bridge is the only obstacle that separates the protesters in Tahrir Square from the Green Zone, which includes the seat of the Iraqi government.

The security forces are stationed near the bridge, where police set up three concrete barriers, firing tear gas canisters behind them.

Al-Sanak Bridge is more important because it connects the demonstrators to the area where the Iranian embassy is located in Baghdad. Al-Ahrar, Al-Jumhuriya, and al-Shohadaa Bridges lead to the neighborhood where Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi’s office is located.

Whenever demonstrators try to control all of these bridges and cross the other side, security forces advance with live bullets and tear gas, and put concrete barricades to block them.

The clashes also take place from under the bridge, with river police firing grenades from boats towards demonstrators on the river’s edge.

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Al- Ugaili reveals massive corruption and the reason for preventing the opening of large files

Al- Ugaili reveals massive corruption and the reason for preventing the opening of large files

Figures .. Al-Ugaili reveals the enormous corruption and the reason for preventing the opening of large files

Former head of Integrity, Rahim al-Ugaili, revealed the size of the huge corruption files and the reason for preventing large files from being opened.

“There is a positive development in dealing with the issue of corruption,” he said. “The circumstances of the protests and the popular uprising in Iraq may have led the investigative and judicial bodies to carry out their duties more seriously, which is a more promising gesture at the hands of the judiciary and the Integrity Commission in those procedures.”

He pointed out that “people may be worried about two things. First, we hope that these measures will not be a reaction to the popular protests. After that, the second thing is that the new measures that we have seen good are no doubt about their safety.” Corruption issues known to the Iraqi people.

Al-Okaili added: He pointed out that “there is concern that these prosecutions will be limited to some small issues; but as long as the judiciary and the life of integrity find popular support we will find open to these issues, but I think that the political blocs and parties intervening in the judicial and investigative are prevented the opening of large files,” but “will not There will be no anti-corruption unless you open the big files and prosecute the corruption. ”

“One of the senior politicians once said that opening the big corruption files will topple the political system and political heads that are symbols at the present time,” he said. Dangerous files involving senior political leaders. ”

As for the Anti-Corruption Council, the former head of the Integrity Commission explained, “This council is not an investigative institution or a judicial institution, but it is a coordinating institution that has no role in investigating or dealing with the files of corruption by bringing the accused or arresting them. “As a subordinate to the highest executive in Iraq, he can bring the information, evidence and documents to the investigative and judicial bodies.”

He added, “Regulators are subject to the control of other parties, so I do not think there is concern about this issue and I think that the issue of corruption or misbehavior within the integrity of the integrity is not serious within the limits that we call.”

On the indicators of corruption and the amount of money lost Okaili confirmed, “according to estimates and media reports pointed to nearly {350-400} billion wasted between the years 2006-2014, and there are indicators pointing to more than (6) thousand projects worth {227} billion Iraqi dinars The percentage of completion in spite of the expiration of the implementation period between {1-5%} only and {12} thousand projects until 2012, of which only {500} projects have been implemented despite the disbursement of all the funds of those projects.

“Obviously in the land features, you don’t find in Iraq spent or income to the budget actually about {1100} billion dollars,” he asked. “Where did the money go, we did not find any impact only in the Kurdistan region somewhat, but the rest of Iraq does not find It has an impact, although I once heard from former Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi saying that it is possible to spread the land of Iraq gold, but I say no doubt that it went into the pockets of corrupt. ”

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A deputy intends to investigate the auction of the currency and confirms the possession of the names of those involved

A deputy intends to investigate the auction of the currency and confirms the possession of the names of those involved

Information / special .. A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee high Nassif, on Thursday, the committee’s move to open an investigation auction currency, indicating that there are a lot of personalities involved in this area will be referred to the judicial authorities.

Nassif said in a statement to the information, that “the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, especially after the completion of a law from where you get this, it is heading towards opening the currency auction in the Central Bank.”

She added that “the Chairman of the Committee will form a team of members of the House of Representatives in order to open an investigation auction currency, in addition to the Office of Financial Supervision expressed cooperation with the Commission on Integrity and confirmed that there are files ready on the auction of currency.”

She pointed out that “next Saturday will be the formation of the said team to investigate the auction of the currency, and referring the perpetrators to the judiciary, where there are indications of some people who did not have property before 2003, while they find owners of banks and large property, and therefore the law from where you will apply this on them”.

She stressed that “the Commission on Parliamentary Integrity owns the names of banks and personalities involved in corruption of currency auction, where there are many of them used the period after 2014 to increase its funds.” Finished 25 N

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