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    maybe more malarki...

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    maybe more malarki...

    Post  goodyboy on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 19:55

    my opinions are self-evident in the text...  What a Face 
    ...maybe more malarki...



    The person is in the right place
    Mohammed Hassan al-Saadi
    Tuesday, March 1, 2014, 00:00 pm

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    Changes (are trying to be) made by al-Maliki in the details (of) important joints (interface between) economic institutions in Iraq, namely, the Central Bank of Iraq, which is one of the institutions (that is) the main pillar of the economy, which seeks to control the exchange rate against other currencies...and these changes (by Maliki) are sounding (out) the alarm to the highest institution (dealing in) cash in Iraq (IQD), rather the most powerful institution (CBI) that manages the price (value) of the Iraqi dinar, and (its) strength in the global market.

    ...(these) actions came after the government (GOI) (is trying once again to take) control over the Iraqi Central Bank and other institutions like the Office of the elections, following a request made by al-Maliki to the Federal Court, and obtained a decision by the Court to put (CBI functions) under the authority of the prime minister, and who therefore may expose the origins of State for confiscation by Iraq's creditors.

    Mr. al-Maliki "a dictator" in a legal way, as it (seems) is seeking to control and exploit the law and the judiciary to carry out his dictatorship, and seeks to get rid of his opponents in legal ways, through charges ready for them, particularly as it seeks to control all aspects of the state, through the complete control of the security services in all its different, and today went to control the financial capacity of the country by connecting the central bank by directly.

    This is a serious move to control the joints (interface) of the Iraqi economy, reflects an attempt (at) autocracy and controlling the destiny of Iraq and its people...central bank officials refused repeated requests from the prime minister of the government to provide debt and cover its fiscal deficit despite the large revenue earned from the export of oil.

    The central bank (CBI) is one of the (only) institutions (with) independent (functions of) monetary (policy), which is connected in parliament, like other independent bodies (may be), and lay it over (especially when considering government layers) the management of personal Iraqi economic (procedures) and (by) prestigious international (essentially referring to involved PTB...IMF, WB, etc.) with understanding and conscious (intentions/involvement regarding) the monetary policy in Iraq, to ​​improve the situation of the Iraqi currency and the preservation effort possible to value (preserving efforts of possible currency value).  gb:  hope you all see that this author is being bold enough to calling Maliki out and saying that the PTB involved have "understanding" of the monetary [CBI] policy in Iraq and a "conscious" investment to seeing the "improvement in the situation of the Iraqi currency and preserving its "possible" value..."  What a Face 

    Maliki through this step, (is) trying to control the power of Iraq, the security authority, for this, we find today that the most important ministries in the world (interior and defense) are without a minister, and this does not reflect a lack of figures efficient in this position, but reflects the uniqueness (that is) clear to the owners in the country's leadership Iraq, and then (Maliki trying) to control the financial capacity, and control the movement of cash in Iraq, and have thus aspires to be the savior of Iraq, and (with) the removal of all his rivals and competitors in the political arena.

    Seeks through this procedure to create a dangerous character be weak, Ao near him and under his control for the presidency of the Central Bank, it has to be dominated by money and power, which serves as the highest authority of the political day.

    The obsession of al-Maliki with) governance and (trying to) control capabilities of the country's security, economic, political and limit authority, and the acquisition of the Iraq politically, economically and militarily, however, one man may burn (ruin/destroy) everything and everybody, which kills to destroy Iraq (in essence will destroy Iraq), and dragged to the political conflict seriously (and drag Iraq into more serious political conflict), where the Iraqi citizen Hatabah (hatabah...meaning citizens will not be able to differentiate between what is strong and what is weak...essentially meaning being confused and desiring to avoid this scenario).

    (As of) today (it is) difficult to obtain (come up with) physical evidence condemning the government of Mr. Maliki, and the corruption (that is running) rampant in the absence of regulatory agencies and with the (given the) dominance of his party on the reins of the state and the use of all methods to stifle the voices that are trying to expose and reveal files corrupt (of the) dangerous Maliki...goes by the words of the poet in your quarrel and you're the judge and jury (often disregarded as hearsay...)

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    Re: maybe more malarki...

    Post  goodyboy on Sat 01 Mar 2014, 20:46

    ...  What a Face 
    in times like these, I don't know how else to say it...duck and get your precious dinarian head out of the euphemistic clouds...and just let the facts speak to you, whatever they may be...

    "The person is in the right place" maybe an apropos title for summing up the real reality that exists in Iraq (and it depends on what you mean by "right")...

    ...Kirk Sowell, Iraqi political risk analyst recently said that "it takes enormous efforts by US officials to have even any impact on Maliki's behavior" and thus is very difficult for the US to have any real influence on Maliki perhaps given the US policy currently in place...and this policy, in conjunction with what seems to be the apparent policy and agenda of the IMF and WB (policy seems to be helping out and then letting it go and letting it be for now...until whenever...)...

    ...meaning letting this fledgling country (Iraq), in the painstakingly slow process of rebuilding, take what ever time it takes to establish itself...establish itself with the necessary political stability and the necessary operational economic infrastructure and security in the banking network (laws, policies, etc.), both of which will provide the necessary feasibility to accommodate the profound implications of a revalued currency, both at the national and international level...

    ...IMO, it continues to be clear that Maliki and the CBI (and perhaps the PTB involved...IMF, WB, UN, etc.) are not on the same page...and the PTB involved need to decide how to proceed...and meanwhile, our investment remains on hold...


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    Re: maybe more malarki...

    Post  goodyboy on Sat 08 Mar 2014, 19:17

    not sure if madame butterfly posted this or not...  What a Face 
    ...more malarki and Mr. Speaker is not happy about it..  
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    Nujaifi: What Maliki has done is a military coup
    March 8, 2014 at 1:30 AM



    from Shafaq News...
    The Parliament Speaker Osama al-Nujaifi described the accusations (that were) made on Thursday by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to the parliament as (akin to) a "military coup " on the democratic experiment and the political process in the country.“

    Any attempt to overturn the legitimacy of the parliament is (should be considered to be) a military coup, because it is the parliament which gave legitimacy to Maliki’s government and it is the parliament that can withdraw it from him." Nujaifi said at a news conference in the parliament, in response to al-Maliki and attended by "Shafaq News."

    Nujaifi considers al-Maliki’s accusations as "ignorance (of the) Iraqi constitution and did not (haven't) all the countries of the world (also) added that (the way to bypass) this problem caused by Maliki must be through elections and electing the right person.“

    The budget is an important financial law and the government cannot spend a penny before its legislation, adding that "the Council of Ministers can spend the operating budget, but (the GOI) cannot (arbitrarily) spend the investment budget“.

    Nujaifi thanked the President of Kurdistan Regional Government, the head of the Islamic Supreme Council, Ammar al-Hakim and other political figures for their rejection of the position of Maliki’s accusations and support of the parliament...Maliki’s attack is unprecedented and threatens democracy in Iraq and this is not my opinion only, but the opinion of all political forces.

    The parliament Speaker considers the attacks made by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, as a cover to his failure in running the government and has threatened to file a lawsuit against him. Osama al-Nujaifi vowed on Thursday to file a lawsuit against the semi-official Iraqi satellite channel (that intends) to cut out the broadcast of the press conference that has been held to respond to accusations launched by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to the parliament in his weekly speech...

    Nujaifi then answered in on a question by a reporter on Iraqi satellite channel, (again stating that if the network decides to cut the) broadcasting of his conference, "if it did that then it won’t be neutral."

    http://www.shafaaq.com/en/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9141:nujaifi-what-maliki-has-done-is-a-military-coup-&catid=39:politics&Itemid=53
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    Re: maybe more malarki...

    Post  goodyboy on Sun 09 Mar 2014, 12:02

    Kurdistan rising, but maybe not enough...  What a Face 
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    "The Supreme Council arrived convinced not to support al-Maliki's policies and his candidacy for a third term"
    3/8/2014



    Khandan - A source familiar with the Supreme Islamic Council reports that the political leadership of the Council has reached (a convincing decision) not to support the policies of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and (expressed their) lack of agreement with the coalition for his nomination as prime minister again in the third term.

    An informed source told the reporter, "Khandan", and said: "Islamic Supreme Council held several meetings to discuss the overall political process and the status of the spasms and crises for many reasons, the most prominent of (which is) the policies adopted by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during the last three years."

    The source added that "the political leadership of the Islamic Supreme Council and leaders of the mass (majority) of citizens arrived (at this decision) convinced not to deal with a coalition of state law on the election of the Maliki or his nomination as prime minister again in the third term."  The source said that there are "a number (of which there are not a few) of the negative indicators that stopped them and thus prevented them from even discussing an alliance with a coalition of state law or the approval of the extension of the mandate of the owners (the political bloc currently in power),"...adding that "one of the indicators of fabrication (dishonest dealings by) Maliki (is the crises he creates under the disguise of seeking) partners in the homeland of the Kurdistan region, as well as his attempts to break up political parties within the Shiite house and Maadth, (which are) components of the Iraqi people and (Maliki tries) to divide it religiously (along religious lines in order to weaken their political coalition and platform)."

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    Re: maybe more malarki...

    Post  goodyboy on Sat 15 Mar 2014, 19:56

    ...  What a Face 
    translation edits applied...


    http://www.alzawra.com/image.php?token=15e7a3b0386ef3b2f4e2d1c3fa87fb28&size=small

    Iran stealing oil from Iraq to cover (being covered up by) the Maliki government (article and video link)...

    http://www.alzawra.com/index.php?page=article&id=2434
    3/15/2014



    Everyone knows, far and near, that Iran is stealing Iraqi oil since the Maliki government (came into) to power and so far, experts (Iraqis working in the field of oil and the economy) estimate that the value of the stolen oil of Iraq is up to millions of dollars a day, and this theft is the (common) knowledge of the Ministry of Oil and the Iraqi government...and that Maliki himself is instructed to cover the thefts (by?) Shahristani (deputy prime minister for energy) and not talk about it in any occasion.

    (And) Iran (is) still putting her hand on the Fakkah oil field, in spite of popular demands (popular sentiment against Iran) and the political need to take out the military power of Iran, which is to (intends to) occupy the field, as well (as allowing) the Iranians to withdraw large amounts of oil directly on the Majnoon field.

    It should also be noted that the poverty rate in Iraq (has now) arrived (at) advanced proportions not seen in Iraq since the founding of the Iraqi state in 1921.

    http://www.alzawra.com/index.php?page=article&id=2434
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    Re: maybe more malarki...

    Post  goodyboy on Sun 16 Mar 2014, 15:48

    ...maybe an inside job?  What a Face 
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    Theft of important documents from the office of Prime Minister al-Maliki
    March 15, 2014



    A source from the office of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, inside the Green Zone (on the inside), said the beginning for (there has been a) theft (initiated) of files and documents relating to contracts and arms connections.

    According to the source, who declined to be named, "al-Maliki ordered an immediate investigation of the incident and called in a team of forensic experts from the Ministry of the Interior and refused to enter the integrity commission subject (refused to comment).

    The source added that among the files stolen (included) arms contracts with Russia, Ukraine and telecom operators (Zain and Asia Cell) in addition to an estimated amount of $ 200,000 was (also) found in the office safe.

    He explained that the incident got era (was discovered) last Thursday at the end of the official working hours, according to accounts of some members of security, who were the first to detect the incident and told them (reported it), adding that al-Maliki ordered the book (ordered an investigation) of all the staff of his office except the office manager (Abou Rehab) and his son (Ahmad al-Maliki), who held the position of Associate Office Manager.

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    Re: maybe more malarki...

    Post  goodyboy on Mon 17 Mar 2014, 00:21

    ...  What a Face 
    made a few translation edits and then gave up...it's a little convoluted, but part of the message seems fairy clear...and I guess we will see, as this melodrama continues to unfold...

    Maliki is determined to set (appoint someone from his parties leadership) into the (key position) of governor of the Central Bank
    Sunday, 16 March 2014, 13:37 pm

    An official source in the Cabinet, on Sunday (said that) the Prime Minister's intention (is) to appoint the secretary-general of the Council of Ministers and a leader of the Dawa party (into the position of) governor of the Iraqi Central Bank instead of Abdel Basset Turki.

    The source told (Wi-News), said that "Keywords" (this key appointment) was scheduled to (be) received by the CBI about four months ago, but (because of) administrative, legal and other possessions (holdings or occupancy), especially General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers (SEO) prevented it,"...adding that "Prime Minister Nuri Maliki was (had originally) abandoned his decision to appoint a person other than the deputies and assistants and secretary general instead of "Keywords" (this key appointment) and in turn apologized for taking the positions of (secretary-general and governor of the CBI) together."

    "The news (from Maliki was initially?) received about the possibility Keywords (of this appointment) about three months ago and (Turki?) bid farewell to the staff of his office, but he quickly returned and he denied (he was leaving) the CBI at the moment." The source pointed out that the Prime Minister register (filed accusations of) failures of several in the administration of the CBI, and the establishment (current leadership) of Abdel Basset Turki (has been) neglecting irregularities received from the Central Bank in the Financial Audit Department, performed by Turkish"...and at the same time noting that "(Turki?) talking (all this talk) about the possibility of financing the campaign of Prime Minister (with) CBI bank money is unrealistic, because the loss of state financial liquidity at the bank will reflect negatively on the market quickly. "

    Additionally, according to a source in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers said that "on the Keywords in the process of granting wider powers to his deputy, Kurdish Farhad grace of God, it indicates the possibility of leaving the General Secretariat soon," stressing "the presence of talk in the corridors of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers about the possibility of taking Keywords central bank to Besides his position as secretary-general of the Council of Ministers and the agency. "


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    my too sense...  What a Face 
    ...it seems as if Maliki may be determined to thwart or at least interrupt the current course the CBI has been taking towards currency reform under the leadership of Turki and with the oversight and directives being provided by the IMF and WB...but there is much that we don't know and it's difficult to discern if this is a good or bad thing...but it sure doesn't seem good...

    ...on the other hand...
    "...Enorrste thought Maliki would raise the value before the elections...this may be his way of accomplishing that?"

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