“Economically And Parliamentarian” .. The Law: The Exchange Rate Of The Dollar Will See The Light In The Next Stage

“Economically And Parliamentarian” .. The Law: The Exchange Rate Of The Dollar Will See The Light In The Next Stage

Economically And Parliamentarian .. The Law - The Exchange Rate Of The Dollar Will See The Light In The Next StageInformation/special… State of Law Representative Jassem al-Moussawi confirmed today, Wednesday, that the chances of the coordination framework within the parliament have become very strong, and this qualifies him to change the exchange rate of the Iraqi dinar against the US dollar, while stressing that the improvement in the economic situation will prompt the return of the dollar to its old price.

Al-Moussawi said in an interview with the “Information” agency, “One of the main demands adopted by the State of Law coalition is to restore the dollar exchange rate, especially after the improvement of the economic situation,” noting that “the Iraqi government’s interaction with the development of investment, the development of agriculture, and the opening of wide economic outlets, They all require a change in the exchange rate.”

He added, “The coordinating framework has become the largest parliamentary bloc, and its fortunes have increased significantly within the parliament and its impact is very strong, and this is what enables it to change the exchange rate, especially as it is the main requirement for the framework during the next stage.”

The representative of the state of law explained that “the cash reserve of the currency rose to more than 70 billion dollars and may rise to 90 or more, and this could change the exchange rate of the dinar against the dollar with the existing economic improvement.”

The representative of the National Approach Alliance, Hassan al-Asadi, had confirmed, earlier, the possibility of reducing the dollar exchange rate in the new general budget, stressing that there is a parliamentary movement to return the dollar exchange rate to what it was previously.

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The struggle for power between al-Sadr and al-Maliki: which currents will win in Iraq?

The struggle for power between al-Sadr and al-Maliki: which currents will win in Iraq?

The struggle for power between al-Sadr and al-Maliki - which currents will win in IraqThe last tweet of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, confirmed the authenticity of the audio leaks that were transmitted about a secret meeting of al-Maliki with some Islamist activists (Shiites) in Iraq. News of these leaks made headlines in newspapers and communication sites across Iraq, and contained alleged threats against al-Sadr and his followers and hints of a political coup. The leaked audio recording, which is now before the Iraqi judiciary to verify its authenticity, also included accusations of Al-Sadr and his group of murder and kidnapping. It also included personal accusations of Mr. Al-Sadr that he was carrying out a British scheme led by Massoud Barzani to overthrow the Shiites in Iraq and hand over power to the Sunnis.

In the leak, al-Maliki was heard saying: “Iraq is on the verge of a brutal war, from which no one will emerge unless the project of Muqtada al-Sadr, Massoud Barzani, and Muhammad al-Halbousi … and if necessary, I will attack Najaf.” He was also heard indicating that he had fighters ready to fight, while the activists whose voice was heard in the leaked recording promised him to place thousands of fighters under his command to carry out the alleged coup against everyone, including some of his allies in the framework whom Al-Maliki accused of cowardice and that they were purchased by the Speaker of Parliament Al-Halbousi (Sunni). Al-Maliki also promised those young men he was talking to to arrange a meeting for them with the Iranians to support them financially and morally and make them ready for battle.

Thus, al-Sadr’s response to these leaks constitutes a new chapter in the series of ongoing political excitement in Iraq between two powerful political figures, and indicates that the escalating struggle for power in the country between these two forces is now entering a new stage.

Al-Sadr’s tweet, in which Maliki’s political allies as well as his tribe demanded to abandon him, and Maliki himself demanded to completely resign from politics, is a precedent in the history of the political conflict in Iraq since the establishment of the political system there after the US invasion in 2003. It is not only a political precedent. Indeed, the general confirmation of the authenticity of what was stated in the leaked recording will have important repercussions on the political arena beyond the removal of al-Maliki, who was one of the most important political players in Iraq during the past two decades.

It is expected that this crisis will lead to a major shake-up within the largest and oldest Shiite political party (the Dawa Party), as well as it will open the door wide for the leaders of the second Shiite Islamic line to replace the traditional leaders that took the lead in the past nineteen years, just as I expected in an article Ex-Washington Institute two years ago.
Al-Sadr’s tweet also came just three days after the two-million-strong show of force by his supporters during Friday prayers on July 15, whose sermon read on behalf of Al-Sadr contained ten important messages to the Iraqi political class. However, the eleventh message – and the most important in my opinion – which was not read but understood by everyone was: I have willingly relinquished my parliamentary majority which my republic granted me through the last ballot boxes, so do not force me to use my popular power that you see before you to turn the tables on you. The framework coalition, or at least some of its forces, seem to have ignored this message.

Perhaps most importantly, the recent leaks, which al-Maliki denied their authenticity, posed threats not only to the Sadrist movement, but also to all partners in the political process, Sunnis and Kurds, as they questioned the credibility of al-Maliki and his allies within the coordinating framework and their ability to take fateful decisions without the approval of Iran and its Revolutionary Guards, and thus represented These leaks are an opportunity for Mr. Al-Sadr to consolidate his current’s victory and grip on the political process.

The most dangerous thing about the leaked recording, which Mr. Sadr seems to have cut off his authenticity, even if others question his credibility, is that al-Maliki was trying to seek the help of new forces from the armed factions that want to turn the tables on the Sadrist movement and all the Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish political allies. If these leaks are proven true, this will mean that al-Maliki was planning a political coup with the help of new armed factions declaring him the only leader in Iraq! It is certain that this coup, if it occurs, will target the Sadrists first and the entire political process in Iraq secondly.

Now that those leaks have surfaced and Sadr has decided to tackle the issue head-on, the two forces are facing each other. And if al-Sadr succeeded in killing this coup, this turn of events will have several repercussions on the ongoing conflict between the various currents of Shiite political Islam that have emerged in Iraq over the past several decades since 2003, given that the Islamic “Dawa Party” led by al-Maliki and the current Al-Sadr, the two most prominent Shiite Islamic political forces in Iraq at the present time.

It is worth noting that the parties of Shiite political Islam do not differ much from the parties of Sunni political Islam in their general orientation, despite their differences in details. On both sides, there are two general lines of political Islam that struggle in more than one country, namely, transnational political Islam, and national or local political Islam, both of which fall under various other subgroups.

In this context, the (Iranian) trend of Wilayat al-Faqih and the Iraqi Dawa Party represent the transnational Shiite political Islam line (parallel to the Sunni Muslim Brotherhood), which believes that one should not wait for the appearance of the absent Imam to establish an Islamic state, and that it is legally permissible to establish that state. during the absence of the Imam. Thus, the interim salvation of Muslims lies in the establishment of a religious (Shiite) state.

However, these two trends (Iraqi and Iranian) differ in their leadership orientations due to their different conditions of origin. The Iranians make the Wali al-Faqih the leader, while the Dawa Party was founded on the elected collective political leadership. As for the second main line of Shiite political Islam, it focuses on spreading the principles of Islam in the state in which they are located and their involvement in the local political process, without a text on the establishment of the great Islamic state as a final goal. In this, they follow the Najaf line of Shiite jurisprudence, which rejects the guardianship of the jurist and heavy interference in politics. The Sadrist line, the stream of wisdom and virtue, and some religious groups in other countries represent this line of local Shiite political Islam.

Based on this understanding of the orientations of Shiite Islam, it is a mistake to understand the dispute that surfaced between Mr. Al-Sadr and Al-Maliki as just a personal dispute without further repercussions on the Iraqi political scene. Although the conflict certainly has a significant personal dimension, stemming from the Battle of Basra, when Maliki’s US-backed forces attacked Muqtada al-Sadr’s forces in 2008, the current struggle between these two parties for political power is ultimately linked to its nature. with broader political issues, both in Iraq and abroad. The conflict between the representatives of these two main currents also raises the question of whether it will be the international line of Shiite Islam (both dawah and velayat-e faqih), or the line of national or local Shiite political Islam that will become the dominant political trend in Iraq.

As an expert in Iraqi public opinion, it seems to me that there is clearer and greater support in the Iraqi street for the national Iraqi Shiite tendencies, as opposed to those that cross Iraq’s borders and its interests and concerns. And if we take the last elections that took place in 2021 as an indicator of the extent of the Iraqi (Shiite) street’s support for both trends, the transnational trend represented by the framework forces in most of them except for small currents in it, and the Iraqi trend, then it can be seen clearly greater support for the national trend.

In this context, figures based on the data of the Iraqi Electoral Commission may contribute to revealing these dynamics, as these data showed that the majority of Shiites eligible to vote (up to 70-75% of them) did not participate in the elections, and that a proportion of those who voted for the forces of the coordination framework that includes The coalitions (State of Law, Al-Fateh, Rights and Ataa and the National Contract), which represent the transnational Shiite Islamist trend, did not exceed only 30% of the total proportion of Shiites who participated (only 25-30% of the total Iraqi Shiites) in the elections. As for the local Iraqi Shiite Islamist trend, it won 30% of the vote, and independent civilians got about 40% of the Shiite vote.

It is clear that the majority of Shiite voters chose either civil current or national political Islam candidates, noting that the World Values ​​Survey confirms that only about 35% of Iraqi Shiites want Islamic rule in the first place (whether it is from the transnational or the transnational faction). Iraqi).

Based on the foregoing, we can conclude that the outcome of the confrontation between Al-Sadr and Al-Maliki will further weaken the trend of transnational political Islam, which does not have a large Iraqi popular base. As for the political leadership, what will result from the current struggle for power will clearly indicate the direction that most affects the Iraqi political decision. If Mr. Al-Sadr is able to impose what he wanted, it is because the transnational Shiite political Islam project will face a major setback, and the Wilayat al-Faqih project will lose one of its most important foundations in Iraq. Even as the Dawa Party remains as one of the main players, its influence and influence will suffer a setback that will likely lead to a comprehensive review, and possibly a new split within the party, which has already suffered from an internal schism since al-Abadi withdrew from it a few years ago.

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About a year after its adoption, the Iraqi Finance Counts the “Achievements” of the White Paper: We will proceed with its implementation

About a year after its adoption, the Iraqi Finance Counts the “Achievements” of the White Paper: We will proceed with its implementation

About a year after its adoption the Iraqi Finance Counts the Achievements of the White Paper - We will proceed with its implementationShafaq News / The Iraqi Ministry of Finance revealed, on Wednesday, its “achievements” in the white paper it adopted in the economic aspect by reviewing the most prominent projects it has worked on in the past period, while indicating that the government will proceed with implementing its provisions.

The ministry said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, “The Iraqi government adopted, at the beginning of August of the year 2021, the implementation of the economic reform paper to be a comprehensive roadmap, with the main objective of addressing the serious challenges facing the Iraqi economy, reducing dependence on oil as the only resource for the state and stimulating production in various sectors.” governmental, private, and other dozens of reform programs and projects.

The ministry added that “the Iraqi government is continuing to implement the terms of the white paper, and the Ministry of Finance has made advanced and successful steps under the guidance and follow-up of Minister Ali Abdul Amir Allawi, and to proceed with the reform paper procedures to consolidate capabilities and facilitate their application to all sectors.”

And she indicated that “work continues to implement the targeted projects, because the nature of their implementation is of a purely professional and economic aspect, and it has positive repercussions on the state’s economy and continuously regardless of changing governments. in the white paper.

The ministry’s statement mentioned a number of these projects, including “the development of the rules for organizing the state’s general budget so that the budget is flexible in its preparation and implementation, as it was formulated to include a basic oil price to estimate revenues and flexible schedules of expenditures implemented according to changes in oil prices and actual revenues, but the absence of a government with full powers This led to the bill not being sent to the House of Representatives, and the internal bonds were issued in the local markets, and they were fully subscribed.”

And the finance statement continued, “Many preparations and seminars have been initiated in cooperation with various international organizations and many countries to try to implement the program and performance budget, and prepare the government debt strategy and have been approved by the Council of Ministers, and preparations have been completed to automate the tax system in preparation for the issuance of a tax number for each citizen and for each A company operating in Iraq and awaiting financial allocations in the budget to complete the work.

And the Finance mentioned the projects in its statement by saying that “work is continuing in the Central Bank of Iraq to develop mechanisms for following up on private banks and activating the work of the Deposit Insurance Company to give full confidence in dealing with private banks, and urging all banks operating in Iraq to activate and increase the use of electronic services for them and their customers, and to complete the re-amendment of the system.” Al-Rafidain Bank’s internal procedure and submitting it to the State Council for approval in preparation for the restructuring of all government banks, and the completion of the draft law on the Securities Commission in cooperation with various economic sectors and the State Council.

The Ministry of Finance also stated that “international consultants have been appointed in the insurance sector, and work is underway to study the insurance market in Iraq in preparation for amending the sector’s legislation in cooperation with the British Adam Smith Organization, in addition to involving workers in the insurance sector in various specialized courses in order to raise their professional competence.”

He pointed out, “Preparing a draft amendment to the Companies Law, including governance standards in accordance with international best practices, which would develop the investment environment in Iraq, and allow the import of damaged cars within the permissible model years and their repair inside Iraq, which would create many investment opportunities.”

The statement also added that “the Higher Committee for Lending and activating the initiatives of the Central Bank by lending, whether within the housing fund or purchase loans for housing units from investment complexes, has been reconstituted, which would solve the housing problem on the one hand and provide job opportunities in these projects on the other hand, in a manner that works to provide development.” The economy in general, and collecting government companies’ data and classifying them into successful, faltering and failed in preparation for presenting it to the next government in order to take the necessary measures to treat it, and to begin normalizing customs automation procedures in Iraq according to the ASYCUDA system and work is underway.”

The ministry’s statement also pointed to “activating initiatives from the Central Bank for lending in a way that encourages the use of alternative energy for electricity in Iraq, and work is underway to complete the electrical connection with neighboring countries, as well as controlling access gates to end cases of smuggling Internet capacities, and introducing fourth-generation technology services in Iraq.” Completing the legislation of the health insurance law and working to implement it.

The statement also referred to “increasing support for groups covered by social protection, fixing the defect in the ration card and increasing its vocabulary, initiating the program to build the 1,000 schools in cooperation with Chinese companies, implementing the electronic system for employment in the Federal Service Council, activating the petrodollar for the governorates and customs imports with the governorates.”

The ministry indicated that “the white paper came to develop a roadmap that contributes to the advancement of all economic, social, cultural, financial and investment sectors to correct the path of sustainable development in the country and move towards achieving non-rentier revenues that contribute to achieving long-term strategic goals, and strengthening the pillars of a diverse, balanced and strong national economy, especially in the current global economic challenges.

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Sadr: Your message has arrived and you have terrified the corrupt

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A New Parliamentary Movement To Restore The Price Of The Dollar To Its Previous Era

A New Parliamentary Movement To Restore The Price Of The Dollar To Its Previous Era

A New Parliamentary Movement To Restore The Price Of The Dollar To Its Previous EraInformation / Baghdad.. The representative of the National Approach Alliance, Hassan Al-Asadi, indicated, on Tuesday, the possibility of reducing the dollar exchange rate in the new general budget, stressing that there is a parliamentary movement to return the dollar exchange rate to what it was previously.

Al-Asadi said in a statement to “Al-Maalouma”, that “there is a parliamentary move to reduce the dollar exchange rate in the new budget to its previous price.”

He added that “all the justifications adopted by the caretaker government regarding changing the exchange rate of the dollar had negative economic effects on the Iraqi people.”

Al-Asadi pointed out that “lowering the dollar exchange rate should be a priority for the next government,” noting that “Iraq is going through a very bad economic situation as a result of the caretaker government’s confusion and its raising of the dollar exchange rate.”

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Leader In The Framework: No Political Party Has Announced Its Rejection Of Al-Sudani’s Candidacy

Leader In The Framework: No Political Party Has Announced Its Rejection Of Al-Sudani’s Candidacy

Leader In The Framework - No Political Party Has Announced Its Rejection Of Al-Sudanis CandidacyInformation/ Diyala… The leader in the coordination framework, Turki Al-Atbi, confirmed, on Tuesday, that no political movement announced its rejection of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani assuming the next government.

Al-Atabi said in an interview with “Al-Information” that “24 hours after the coordination framework officially announced the selection of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani as the only candidate to form the next government, we did not observe any negative attitude from Before any party, current, or political alliance so far, on the contrary, all messages were positive and welcomed the framework’s decision.”

Al-Otbi added, “The Iraqi consensus to support the Sudanese in the journey to form the government is a positive step that will expedite the end of many problems, especially speeding up the formation of the ministerial cabinet in coordination with the rest of the partners.”

He pointed out that “resolving the name of the framework candidate for prime minister ended the rumors that talk about differences between the poles of the framework,” stressing that “the latter is unified because he realizes the size of the responsibilities entrusted to him in the midst of a sensitive stage that the country is going through.”

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“To Give The Kurds A Chance To Agree” .. Parliamentary Favoring The Holding Of The Session To Choose The President Of The Republic Next Week

“To Give The Kurds A Chance To Agree” .. Parliamentary Favoring The Holding Of The Session To Choose The President Of The Republic Next Week

To Give The Kurds A Chance To Agree .. Parliamentary Favoring The Holding Of The Session To Choose The President Of The Republic Next WeekInformation / special… Representative of the State of Law coalition, Muhammad Chihod, suggested, on Tuesday, that a session to choose the president of the republic would be held early next week, while stressing that the postponement of the session came to give an opportunity for the Kurdish parties to agree on one candidate for the post of president.

Chihod said in an interview with the “Information” agency, that “the coordinating framework or the largest parliamentary bloc may submit a request to the parliament presidency to hold a session to pass the President of the Republic,” considering that “the agreement between Al-Yakti and Al-Party on one candidate for the Peace Palace will end the issue of forming the new government.”

He added, “In the event that the presidential election session is not held next Thursday, its date will be at the beginning of next week, in order to give an opportunity to the Kurdish parties; To agree on one candidate for the presidency.

The representative of State of Law explained that “the Kurds if they do not agree on one candidate, then the matter will be in the hands of the members of the House of Representatives, pointing out that there are more than 20 candidates for the presidency of the republic by all Kurdish parties, and one candidate will be voted on.”

According to the Iraqi constitution, the second step, after the vote on choosing the presidency of the parliament, is to vote on the candidate for the presidency, after which the new President of the Republic assigns the candidate of the major parliamentary bloc to form the government and submit it to Parliament for confidence within one month after the assignment.

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The Kurdistan Democratic Party Stands On The Sidelines Of Al-Sudani’s Nomination: We Are Waiting For His Government Program

The Kurdistan Democratic Party Stands On The Sidelines Of Al-Sudani’s Nomination: We Are Waiting For His Government Program

The Kurdistan Democratic Party Stands On The Sidelines Of Al-Sudanis Nomination - We Are Waiting For His Government ProgramEarth News / Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) representative, Jayi Timur, confirmed today, Tuesday, that the party stands neutral in the issue of the nomination of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani for the position of Prime Minister, and we are awaiting his directions as well as his government program, especially with regard to the Kurdistan Regional Government.

Taymour said in a statement to Earth News, “We consider Muhammad Shia’s candidacy a good step in the way of forming the next Iraqi government,” noting that “we in the Kurdistan Democratic Party stand neutral on the issue of his candidacy and await his directions as well as his government program, especially with regard to the Kurdistan Regional Government.” And the dues of the Kurdistan region and the outstanding issues between the two parties for years, especially the oil and gas law and the dues of the Peshmerga forces.”

He explained, “Therefore, it is too early to give our opinion about him. We wish him success if his candidacy remains, because it is just a symbolic step, given that his name has not yet been officially established as a candidate for the framework. We will wait and will not precede events.”

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The Democrat Talks About An Agreement “Around The Corner” On The Presidency

The Democrat Talks About An Agreement “Around The Corner” On The Presidency

The Democrat Talks About An Agreement Around The Corner On The PresidencyInformation / Baghdad… The Kurdistan Democratic Party confirmed, on Monday, that discussions have reached a very advanced stage with the Patriotic Union on agreeing on the personality of the President of the Republic, indicating that the agreement is close to being announced in the coming days.

The leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, MP Mahma Khalil, said in a statement to “The Information”, that “Pavel Talabani’s meeting with Nechirvan Barzani and Massoud Barzani reached a great rapprochement in the issue of choosing a Kurdish figure for the presidency of the republic,” stressing that “the talks have reached a very advanced stage with the Union.” the National ” .

He added that “the discussions between the Kurdish parties at the highest levels succeeded in removing the candidate from the national space and not exclusively in a specific party, and therefore it facilitated the process of reaching an agreement,” noting that “the agreement is just around the corner from announcing in the coming days.”

The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc in the Iraqi parliament, Vian Sabri, confirmed earlier that negotiations are underway, and the next session will not decide the position of the President of the Republic. finished / 25 AD

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