Mnt Goat Update Monday 3-28-13: "The Technocratic Saga Continues" Part 1 of 2

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Mnt Goat Update Monday 3-28-13: "The Technocratic Saga Continues" Part 1 of 2

Post  Admin on Wed Apr 06, 2016 10:45 am


Edition: UU6915 Dated: March 28, 2016

Title: “ The Technocratic Saga Continues…. ”

Hello Everyone,

Oh boy! Do I have some interesting news for you today. Seems the weekend was very busy for Iraq. The news is not again exactly what we wanted to hear but at least we can see continued pressure and movement. Also they are communicating with us too, so this is also very good.

NO Hype, NO Rumors, just the FACTS.

Today’s News

Today is Monday March 28th 2016. Still no RV. Sorry Charlie!
I know once again there was much hype for this past weekend to RV. Just another sad Monday morning once again for thousands of people. These same perpetrators bring their news to you so often and all I can say is WAKE UP! No RV until the needed SECURITY and STABILITY is acquired in Iraq.

Does it look like Iraq is politically secure and stable? Does it look like the banking system is secure (with all the corruption still) or do they have all the needed banking parts/laws in place to communicate with and work with the international community especially their Arab neighbors? It’s what we don’t know they still may have to institute and so we wait.

I am constantly trying to paint this picture to you (to educate you) and to help you see that the level of security and stability that is needed and is fast approaching. This is their goal for both the political and financial paths I refer to so often.

But you chose who you want to believe and what you want to believe. It is after all - your sanity….lol…lol… I am bringing you the truth. No secret sources from Iraq, No banks stories and certainly no RV timeframe unless I have some significant proof and can prove it.

So in late February I gave you an RV window of mid March to mid April. At this time the evidence was telling us that, if Iraq could complete certain tasks like – passing mandated laws, “fully” seating a “functional” government and “fully” implement their new constitution, the UN would be ready to move them into article 8 of the UN charter.

How do I know this is true?

Once again you must read the article. Yes – it is time consuming, it is not an easy task to remember and put together events on a timeline to get the BIG picture. It takes time away from your family and friends. However, if you have done this, you would have read that the IMF told Iraq just what needed to be accomplished. It did not come out all in one nice article. It has been a series of articles over time.

The IMF even stepped in and put the CBI into trust as long as a proxy governor is still acting in place. They sent in financial advisors and experts to help make the decisions that an experienced governor would be able to make. Further, while we are on this subject of governor of the CBI, I know for a FACT that part of the Abadi reforms also MUST include bringing a technocratic governor back to head the CBI. Three of the religious clerics as well as Allawi have also requested this action. Seems Keywords is just not working out, but we have known this all along. Again he is just another Maliki placed proxy position, put in place to be subservient to Maliki and not for the good of Iraq. By the way Keywords has come out in public lately and told us he will be soon resigning. So this confirms us this action is very close.

I also want to mention again that contrary to what many believe Iraq is still in sanctions. We know they do not portray themselves this way but this is a fact. Until they move to article 8 and obtain once again an internationally tradable currency they are still technically in sanctions.

[Update: Iraqi Economy]

So many think the presence of the UN general secretary and the director of the World Bank means Iraq is going to RV this weekend. Really?

All I have to say to this nonsense is that these individuals know very little about the pulse of Iraq, as they brag they are experts. As I told you each month these figure heads come to Iraq to get a progress report. Abadi and the GOI must meet with them and give them their report card.

As I also said if they like the progress and all mandates have been accomplished, then an RV might be possible. But we can see from this recent news there is still work to be done and they spell out what must still be accomplished. So let’s read the articles and see what they tell us.

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Our economy / Baghdad

A source told the News of our economy that the World Bank Director Jim Yong Kim will arrive in Baghdad on Saturday, accompanied by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

The source, who declined to be named disclosed that the World Bank director will attend the parliament session on Saturday, will also meet Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

The source added that the World Bank director will discuss with the government and parliament, the economic and financial situation and ways out of the current financial crisis caused by lower crude oil prices

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I wanted to include this next article on the gas exports because we have heard all along that gas alone could rival the revenues from oil. Now Iraq seems to be taking advantage of it. All very, very good !

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Friday, March 25 / March 2016 - 14:19

BAGHDAD (Euphrates News) - Parliamentary Finance Committee, stressed that " the export of gas will be positive tributary of the general budget."

The Rapporteur of the Committee Ahmed al-Haj told {Euphrates News}, "The export of oil will be another tributary of the general budget, as it would encourage the economy sector, and leads him to recovery."

He added that " the issue of gas have become a necessity for all countries, as well as the existence of differences between Russia and Turkey, leading to obstruction of Russian gas export , " adding , "But if Iraq exported liquid gas will be another tributary of theresources of the budget."

Haj pointed out that "there is a switch and turn Khasi stations to liquid gas operations, which hurt positively on electricity, leads to reduced state spending, which is a positive sign."

The Oil Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Sunday, the first shipment of liquid gas condensate {} abroad through the port of Umm Qasr, the amount of estimated ten thousand standard cubic feet..

Abdul-Mahdi also announced on Wednesday, that will be released early next month, Iraq's second shipment of gas derivatives, stressing "We control 55% of the associated gas; to extract from various derivatives of free gas

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March 26, 2016

Our economy / Baghdad
Agency correspondent our economy News confirmed that both Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari and planning Salman Jumaili and financial Hoshyar Zebari and the Governor of the Central Bank on the Keywords attended the meeting Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, the president of the Islamic Development Bank Ahmed Ali construction .

The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has received on Saturday Secretary General of the United Nations and World Bank President and Chairman of the Islamic Development Bank on a visit aimed to discuss the situation in Iraq's political, economic, financial and discuss opportunities to help Iraq out of the financial Zmth and support in the fight against terrorism as well as to restore stability to the liberated areas.

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[Update: 45 Day Deadline for Technocratic Gov’t]

First I want to congratulate prime minister Abadi for the diligence and patience he has shown in the face of trying to forming his new government.

It is a long road and there is much resistance. It is also discouraging at times when you know the final result is for the good of all Iraqi’s yet some still resist change and are insistent in staying in the same old paradigm of corruption, disunity and sectarianism. Note just how different his attitude and ability is in comparison to the former prime minister Nori al-Maliki when asked to accomplish the same.

So in my past news letter I brought you four of the five ministers that still needed to resign. So today we get the fifth minister, the minister of interior.

I quote from the article – “Political source revealed early on Friday for providing Interior Minister Mohammed Salem Al Ghabban his resignation. Earlier last week Oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, Transport Minister Bayan Jabr and Minister of Youth and Sports, Abdul-Hussein Abtan, submitted their resignations from their posts”

Then FINALLY, under much pressure, what do we see come out very early Thursday morning? The names of the candidates for each of the 22 ministries. Note now only 22 ministries. Just 1 ½ years ago it was 32 under Maliki’s administration so cost cutting and efficiency measures by Abadi combined and eliminated some of the ministries. I did not list all the candidates below as they would not be significant to most anyhow.

I do want to emphasis that the judicial ministry is also getting a through overall and they do plan to replace the head of the supreme judiciary council. I can hardly wait till this is all done. We also know once these new members are installed in their jobs it will not be long before we get the Judicial Reforms laws we all expect.

Yes – things are coming along very nicely so far. Just have patience.

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Scales News

03/25/2016 00:59 pm (Baghdad time)

Reveal / balances News / final regulations made by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr after he completed
the Committee of Experts mandated to choose candidates technocratic ministries names also reveal the
distribution among the ministries, according to submitted to the Office of the Prime Minister
Haider al-Abadi and Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri. and noted in this version exclude a number of candidates, most notably Nasser Al-Ghannam, who was a candidate for the Ministry of Defense but has been stricken.

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Next I bring you a series of articles from Iraq. These articles are meant once again to inform the citizens of Iraq and not us investors from the west. I tried to list them in the sequence to which they make sense. So please read them in that order. Here is a quick summary.

So first let me say before any of these articles came out Abadi handed over his list of nominees to Jubouri (the speaker of the house) so parliament had them.

Then the cleric Moqtada Sadr is telling the GOI the protests will continue and he gave assurance they will remain non-violent if they had to continue. But this continuance is now aimed at getting the parliament to VOTE and not at Abadi to do his job and get the nominees from the political blocks. He was expecting a reform package by Saturday and Abadi promised it would be completed by then but instead he got it on Thursday.

But the most interesting statement from the first article is this and I quote – “offering Abadi the kind of street power he does not have to overcome resistance to reforms from within his own political bloc”

So we see the resistance to his reforms now is mostly coming from his own political block and we all know who is heading that block (Maliki and his goons). So Sadr is hoping Abadi and Jubouri are smart enough to use the advantage of the edge the protestors are giving him to overcome this resistance.

Sadr also states that once the names of the nominees where given to parliament there could still be stalling again by the same political blocs that did not want to cooperate in forwarding technocratic candidates as replacements. . But he warns these parliamentary members, that if they have to continue to protest and I quote – “warning that the protests will be directed against the parliamentarians who reject voting”

Then the next article on the very same subject matter but this time from Abadi who reinforces what Sadr just said in his last news interview about parliament now stalling on ratifying one of these candidates for each ministry. I find this interesting how these two figures are supporting each other and it appears that Abadi is taking advantage of the edge he has with the protestors. I quote from the article – “if members of parliament abstained from voting on the candidates for the ministries, they should face the people”

The articles begin below:

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First Published: 2016-03-25

Shiite cleric says Iraq protests will remain non-violent
Thousands of supporters gathered in Baghdad to hear Moqtada Sadr urge Prime Minister to propose 'convincing' reform package.

Middle East Online

Supporters of Moqtada al-Sadr pray during protest

BAGHDAD - Iraqi cleric Moqtada Sadr on Friday urged Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to propose a "convincing" reform package but hinted that further protests if he did not would remain non-violent.
In a speech read by another cleric, Asaad al-Nasseri, to thousands of supporters gathered in Baghdad, Sadr said Abadi should unveil a reform package on Saturday.

"I hope that on Saturday the prime minister comes up with reforms towards an independent government of technocrats that are convincing for the people," he said.

Sadr supporters set up protest camps in front of the entrances of the restricted "Green Zone", where the country's top institutions are located, a week ago to push for reforms.

The young Najaf-based cleric's movement says the sit-in is aimed at offering Abadi the kind of street power he does not have to overcome resistance to reforms from within his own political bloc.

But Sadr has also given Abadi a deadline to present names for technocratic cabinet and a fresh packages of measures to fight against corruption.

He said in his that he expected announcement from Abadi on Saturday but last month he gave the premier a 45-day ultimatum that expires on Tuesday.

"If he does not announce a reform package... we will adopt a different position, which we will announce on Saturday," Sadr said, in the speech read out by Nasseri.

"Our protests in front of the Green Zone will not be enough. All of this will use peaceful means," he said.
Both he and his supporters have threatened in recent weeks to storm the Green Zone, which is home to Abadi's office, parliament and many embassies, including the massive US mission.

The protest camps set up by Sadrists on March 18 were not authorized and they are under heavy surveillance from elite forces and police.

Sadr has also threatened he could pull his movement out of the government.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2016

Baghdad/ Iraq TradeLink: Iraqi Shiites and Sunnis held their joint Friday's prayers at the gates of the well-fortified Baghdad Green Zone.

The joint prayers were called by the Sadrist leader Muqtada al-Sadr.

On the other hand, another prayers were held at Tahreer Square, mid of the capital.

At the prayers, a word by the Sadrist leader was read where Muqtada al-Sadr gave the Iraqi premier Haidar al-Ibadi an ultimatum till tomorrow, Saturday, to announce the technocrat government.

The speech confirmed that al-Sadr will support Premier Abadi if the latter announced "reasonable and acceptable reforms", warning that the protests will be directed against the parliamentarians who reject voting.

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Mnt.Goat Update Monday 3-28-16: "The Technocratic Saga Continues" Part 2 of 2
Part 2:

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Author: NS 03.25.2016
Long-Presse / Baghdad

Stressed civil rights activist Jassim Hilfi, on Friday, that Iraq is in front of a "deep and comprehensive political crisis", and with members of the House of Representatives warned of "the face of the people if they did not vote on the names of the candidates," called civil forces to "re-organize themselves to have a role in the political independent in the country".

Jassim said Hilfi in an interview with (long-Presse), he said that "Iraq in front of a deep and comprehensive and interrelated political crisis stretching sideways on all the circumstances of life, including economic, political, cultural and social situation," and urged to "get out of this crisis and that has not been the feet of the reform will be a protest movement Last of the process
He Hilfi, that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi introduced reforms and responded to the demands of the people. If there was a group of members of the House of Representatives does not vote on the names of candidates they should face the people and challenge their demands, they are the enemies of reform and Margulwn to reform the political process in the country," he said, adding that " the political process built on the basis of quotas and blocks as a result of a failed policy or design to divide the Iraqi people on the basis of caste. "
He called civil rights activist, civil forces to "re-organize itself and have a role in the political independent in the country," noting that "this movement and Altenseekiet social figures, academic, technical and all those who claim to build an Iraqi democratic and broad is the one who can unite the civil power's decision."

The office of Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, announced on Thursday the (24 March 2016), he took the list of candidates for the mass of the Liberal parliamentary technocrats of the Sadrist movement, as pointed out that the list carried the signature of the current leader Moqtada al-Sadr, said that al-Abadi will present his list of amendments Ministers to the House of Representatives during the next week.

The House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, announced, on Wednesday, (2016,3,23), receiving the list of candidates cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to the Government of "technocrats", with the exception of al-Sadr's candidates supportive of the process of government reform.

The cleric Moqtada al-Sadr in the announced (22 March 2016), the formation of an independent ministerial cabins "high level" to be presented to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, called the last to be presented to parliament for a vote, and with the exception that he "threw the argument on the government "committee for reforms revealed that the cabin includes 90 personal positions of ministers and agents.

And the holding of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, in the (22 March 2016), held a meeting with the Special Committee formed by the reforms in the 19th of the month of February, to choose ministers technocrats, his home city of Najaf to discuss the findings.

And he presented the cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr, in (the 19 of February 2016), a list of independent Iraqi figures whose mission would be to form a committee to choose a new ministerial cabin, warning that failure to accept the proposal of the political blocs will be followed by "other steps".

The Sadrists began on Friday, the (18 March 2016), an open sit-in at the gates of the Green Zone, the center of the capital, Baghdad, after crossing the bridge despite the declaration of the republic's security forces to prevent the organization of the protest.

The leader of the Sadrist movement, launched in the (13th February 2016), a project of reform in the country includes four files, while calling for the formation of a government of technocrats, "far from the ruling party and partisanship," headed by current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and "a political team that includes politically and nationally independent and a judge known Lakeadath, "and as he emphasized the need for the nomination of heads of independent bodies and the leaders of military teams and army Chief of Staff the names of the approved by the House of Representatives, threatened to" no confidence "from the Government Abadi, in the event of non-implementation of the project within 45 days

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Prominent Shi’ite leader in Iraq Moqtada Al-Sadr, leader of Sadrist Movement, issued on Friday an ultimatum to Iraqi Prime Minister, Haidar Al-Abadi, to announce his reforms and a new ministerial council, reported.

Speaking to local media representatives, Al-Sadr pledged to accept Al-Abadi’s reforms if they were “persuasive” enough, threatening anyone who voted against them. At the same time, he called on his supporters to remain peaceful.

Last Wednesday, Al-Sadr revealed information about the escape of “corrupt” officials from the Green Zone, the government compound in Baghdad. He called for the placement of a travel ban on them. He also denied having any difference with the “reformist Shi’ites,”

Previously, Al-Sadr announced the formation of a “high profile” independent cabinet which he proposed to Al-Abadi, calling on him to put this cabinet to a vote in the parliament. The cabinet of 90 includes ministers and deputy ministers. Al Sadr says his is an attempt to help Al-Abadi carry out the reforms.

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( Baghdad – An informed source said on Saturday, that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi decided to postpone the formation of the technocrat government for two days, while pointed out that some political blocs have not submitted their nominations on time.

The source said in a statement followed by, “During the parliamentary session the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi decided to postpone the formation of the technocrat government for two days.”

The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, added, “The government formation was postponed due to the delay of some political blocs in submitting the names of their technocrat candidates in the period set by the Prime Minister.”

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MP for the Kurdistan Alliance Ares Abdullah, said on Saturday that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi did not involve coalition Ministerial Committee of the problem for the selection of ministers, while stressing that the Kurds will not give any of the candidates for the ministries unless completely changed the government, pointed out that the coalition will stick to his ministers reversed so, count that the Kurds minister, "the owners of expertise and efficiency."

Erez said Abdullah that "the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi did Icherkna committee formed to choose the minister," noting that "the Kurds did not submit any candidates fact that we do not know the reason for changing the minister."

Abdullah promised that "the Kurds ministers did their duty well they are the owners of experience and competence and experience," asserting that "the Kurds will not present any candidate unless the entire government changed, otherwise, we are staying insist on the survival of our current ministers.

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We see the government stalling again in announcing the completed cabinet. Sadr did give the GOI until Saturday or else the protestors would enter the green zone. Abadi did come out and say the new cabinet would be completed this week.

So what does Sadr then do?
Sadr moves into the green zone by himself to hold firm on his promise. But this is also a warning to the Abadi and parliament that this stalling will no go past this week.

The current status on 3/28 is that Parliament gives Abadi until next Thursday 3/31 to submit his new cabinet. So we see the finger pointing going back towards the GOI and Abadi from parliament as to who it the hold up the effort.

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Powerful Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim leader Moqtada al-Sadr entered Baghdad's Green Zone, the heavily-fortified center of the city housing government and other official buildings, on Sunday to keep up pressure on the government to enact reforms.

Hundreds of Sadr's supporters began a sit-in at the district's gates more than a week ago and continued to camp out there on Sunday despite heavy rains, but Sadr took the protest forward by entering the zone itself.

"Beloved protesters, I will enter the Green Zone by myself and (my escorts) only. I sit in inside the Green Zone and you sit in at its gates. None of you move," he told them before walking past a security checkpoint near parliament and the Rashid Hotel into the Green Zone.

Sadr is urging Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to move ahead with a plan announced last month to replace current ministers with unaffiliated technocrats to tackle systemic political patronage that has abetted graft.

Television channels affiliated with Sadr's political party showed him sit down on a white plastic chair in front of concrete barriers inside the district. He sipped on bottled water before sitting on the ground inside a green tent his guards and aides had erected.

It was not immediately clear how long Sadr, the 42-year-old who rose to prominence when his Mahdi Army battled U.S. troops after the 2003 invasion, planned to continue his personal demonstration. Abadi has said he plans to announce a cabinet reshuffle this week.

Along with Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, Iraq's top Shi'ite cleric, Sadr has re-emerged as a leader in matters of state in recent months.

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-- 27.03.2016 | 16:52 GMT --

Quoting an official source Jordanian media sources said, Sunday, March 27 / March, that Jordan received during the past two days, dozens of Iraqi officials and their families who have fled Iraq.

According to the official Jordanian source that Iraqi officials had fled after brandishing Sadrist leader Muqtada al-Sadr broke into the Green Zone and to hold corrupt them.

The source pointed out that Jordan is expected to receive more officials in the coming days, without giving names or numbers.

Provided more than 220 Iraqis in charge of parliament and their families out of their country during the past 48 hours, after waving cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to break into the Green Zone, according to the media.
Iraqi Airways has revealed that the majority of bookings on the Iraqi lines and other lines were Iraqis and their families and those close to them who went to the Jordanian capital of Amman to Istanbul and officials, as well as reservations to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

According to the Baghdad airport figures that more than 350 families arrived, numbering to about 1,400 people, including women and children, have left Iraq in recent days, all of whom are relatives of officials and Iraqi lawmakers.

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[Update: Needed Laws]

Did Ki-Moon forget there will not be a National Guard law, instead they are implementing just the Conscription Law (draft)? Maybe he just misused terms and meant the draft?

So now we also hear it from the mouth of Ban Ki-Moon himself, the UN General secretary telling the three most important laws that Iraq needed to pass and implement: a national reconciliation, amnesty and national guard laws. Their words not mine! But I have been saying this now for months. These laws are needed prior to any RV!

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BAGHDAD / News Network Iraq called on UN Secretary - General Ban Ki - moon during his speech to the House of Representatives hosted ameeting on Saturday to "do reconciliation is based on the unity and adjustments" , urging at the same time "legislation several important laws , including the National Guard . "

The House of Representatives had a guest in its regular Sunday chaired by Salim al - President of the Council and in the presence of 267 deputies, Ban Ki - moon , Secretary General of the United Nations and Jim Yong Kim , president of the World Bank andcivil Ahmed , chairman of Islamic Bank in finished reading the first and second of three Qguanan.ovi beginning of hosting the president stressed Jubouri the historic visit of the Secretary General of the United Nations and the President Alddola Bank and head of the Islamic Bank expresses the international community 's solidarity with Iraq and standing close by his side.

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So last week we also read article about amnesty being all done and on the table in parliament for 15 days already. So now we know about the hold up. Appears another disagreement.

They are telling once again it will be on the agenda for the next session of parliament this week for a vote.

Will they actually do it this time? This is stalling if I ever saw it!

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Special - balances News

Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed Sunday, it's the process of the meeting on Sunday to complete some disagreement on the draft general amnesty law points in order to vote on it.

He said committee member Hassan Turan's / balances News / "The Legal Committee will complete all the sticking points that provided the political blocs, and then submitted to the Presidency for a vote in the next parliamentary sessions."

He pointed to Turan, that "the law will be ready for a vote during the current week and keep it at the Presidency in and put it on the agenda for a vote in the next parliamentary sessions."

The political blocs have objected to much of the material in the draft general amnesty law, which he considered equals between a terrorist and a civilian committed a crime, while the Union forces demanded that the law includes whitening prisons with the exception of stolen public money.

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After all this news in the last couple weeks, I am beginning to move out my RV window of mid March to mid April. This my sound, logical approach. Even if Abadi does meet the goal and gets Kurdistan to submit their candidates (or leave their existing candidates) then parliament still needs time to review each of the nominees and select the minister and his/her deputy for 22 ministries.

Then they have to have a session and ratify by a vote the final candidates. We have less than 3 weeks remaining in this window and I have little confidence this will be completed during this timeframe in its entirety. But let’s watch and wait.

Remember there are also these last remaining laws that need to be “formally” voted on in parliament. This probably will not have an opportunity to take place until all the ministers are all seated.

Meanwhile the fighting in the Mosul region is still ongoing and must get to a benchmark.

[Update: Fighting ISIS]

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Most importantly please, please, please let’s not forget to keep praying for the success of THESE IRAQI AND COALITION SOLDIERS. I believe our prayers are in part some of the acceleration of the process we are now witnessing.

Remember too to pray to the princess of peace – Our Blessed Virgin Mary. She has the ear of Christ and she can intercede in heaven and bring us the peace we all desire here on earth. We can not do it alone. I believe that if we all make this our daily prayer you will see change. It is already working even in the short time since I have been publishing this prayer section. It does not matter what religion you believe, if you pray then to your oven beliefs entity it is still the same powers and good for all of mankind. Ultimately it is all the same God anyhow.

“Lord, protect Abadi and all who stand with him in righteousness, the Iraq and coalition soldiers who are fighting the good fight against terrorism, that they would be shielded from the enemy and would be victorious against them in the battle for Mosul! We ask that the victory comes swiftly and healing of the Iraqi peoples and all whom have been effected by these evil doers can begin!

We pray for the process of the currency reform, the full implementation of the Iraqi economy to full international status and the bringing of prosperity and wealth to its people“ Amen!

Till next time…. Auf Wiedersehen!

Peace and Luv To Ya All,

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