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Othman: the Kurdish negotiating delegation arrives Baghdad next week

20/08/2014 

Othman: the Kurdish negotiating delegation arrives Baghdad next week

BAGHDAD - A leading figure of the coalition of Kurdish blocs, former MP, Mahmoud Othman said "Kurdish negotiating delegation would arrive in Baghdad early next week, stressing that" the high demands of the political blocs would make it difficult to form a new government. "

He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency  "The Kurdish team of negotiating, which consists of three Kurdish leading figures, will arrive in Baghdad early next week, for talks with the assigned Prime Minister, Haider Abadi and the rest of the political blocs, on the Kurds' demands to form the new government, and determine the ministries which will be the share of the Kurds.

Othman made it clear that the Kurdish demands would be high this time, like the demands of the other political blocs, and this is as result of political and security changes in the country and the fact being on the ground." pointing out that "these demands would make it difficult and might delay the process of forming the government for a certain period, but at the end, the government will be formed on a consensus and pleasing everyone.

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

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Iraq warns: "buying oil from Daash help finance its operations"

20/08/2014

Iraq warns: "buying oil from Daash help finance its operations"

He Iraq on Wednesday expressed concern about reports that al Daash smuggled oil to foreign markets, and warned that the purchase of such supplies may help the organization to finance its operations. 

Confirmed the Iraqi oil ministry that the Oil Marketing Company (SOMO) is only authorized to sell crude, and buyers who dealing with any others could face sanctions. Daash mentions that the organization had seized five oil fields in the north of the country since the beginning of the rapid march last June.

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Nouri al-Maliki, Haider Abadi calls to reject the dictates and the preconditions of the blocks

20/08/2014

Nouri al-Maliki, Haider Abadi calls to reject the dictates and the preconditions of the blocks

Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, Prime Minister-designate Haider Abadi to reject the dictates of the other blocks in the formation of the new government. Maliki stressed in his weekly, on Wednesday, on the need not to delay the political blocs to provide the names of the ministers in the new government until recently, calling on Prime Minister-designate Haider Abadi to reject dictations and preconditions by some political blocs and resorting to majority government in the event of continuation. 

Maliki reiterated in another aspect of his speech, that "Iraq will be a graveyard for organizing Daash, praising at the same time, the role of the Air Force and the Army Aviation and security forces and volunteers , appealing to aviation air and ground forces need to hit the elements 'Daash' accurately, and to avoid harming civilians during the air strikes.

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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Central Bankers/US Government Agenda For The People Of America "Martial Law" - Episode 444

Federal Reserve 'Bail-In' Remains Imminent - September 2nd?

*Obama declares ‘major step forward’ in Iraq

Clinton to fundraise with Pelosi in October ..:-)

Central Bankers/US Government Agenda For The People Of America "Martial Law" - Episode 444

Politicians call for the next government to resolve the hot files

8/19/2014

Politicians call for the next government to resolve the hot files

Claims end issues the six governorates 

Baghdad - Shaima Rashid 

Facing the next government, a lot of the outstanding issues, and one of these files is the demands of the provinces hot that need to be addressed fast, promised to the National Alliance to eliminate the organization Daash terrorist preserves the identity of Iraq and providing fertile ground for the establishment of a strong state capable of confronting All challenges.

National Alliance MP Ali al-Maliki called for the need to end the military operations and the elimination of al Daash terrorist, saying in an interview for the "morning" that the file provinces hot one of the challenges facing the next government, it is necessary to end these files through the end of military operations. 

He added: We need to eliminate Daash and terrorism for the safety of the citizen so that he could practice his role in building Albuld.oahar MP al-Maliki that the demands made ​​by the coalition are united and own the six governorates must be dealt with on the basis of national and serve the interests of the citizen, but if These demands are intended to gain partisan or personal, we will be deduced Mnha.orbt coalition united participation in the next government to agree to the demands and benefits of the six governorates, pointing out that Prime Minister-designate Haider Abadi can dialogue with other political blocs and able to form a government soon, especially as the Iraq desperately needed for the formation of this government, stressing the need that communicates with Abadi, Sunni and Kurdish blocs. 

In addition, said MP from the Union of Forces Khaled Mafraji provinces that hot thing a lot of waiting Abadi, by agreeing to the demands of these provinces, calling on the prime minister-designate to the non-approval of any requirement does not comply with the constitution, expressing optimism in the government Almqublh.oukal Mmishqi an interview with "morning" that the previous period was harsh and cons of more than Aijayatea.obaltala van in front of Abadi real opportunity for these provinces to re-sitter Ath.oadav that all the demands made ​​by the constitutional legitimacy as we do not accept any condition or requirement outside the framework of the Constitution. 

He continued with regret policies undone previous citizen's confidence in the management of state so must work harder this time on bringing back the confidence of the citizens in these provinces the state and the Abadi give an opportunity to the citizens of these provinces, to show that they are as well as give the provincial councils and local governments have real powers, noting that this a real opportunity in front of Abadi to prove to the world that we as Iraqis can adopt the rule of democracy in our country. 

He Mafraji that these demands are not one objected, so the National Alliance deems consistent with the provisions of the constitution, especially that it was not placed haphazardly, but by the competent committees law and Aldstor.utalb MP from the bloc virtue Abdul-Hussein al-Moussawi, the political blocs employing state of consensus that exists today between everyone for resolving all problems, including file provinces Alsakna.oukal Musawi "morning": 

Today we face our problems and lack of escape is not acceptable after today cloning bitter past experiences that ravaged our people, "noting that the best way to solve our problems is a quiet dialogue, in turn, stressed MP for the coalition united Ahmed milkfish that the demands of the provinces hot simple and easy to implement, does not require the implementation of all of them at once, but what is important is that the Government is committed to its implementation, noting that the coalition is required in order to participate in the next government pledges to implement this Almtalib.oukal milkfish "This demands that provided six provinces recognized until the caretaker government and the possibility to achieve legitimacy, "and urged the next government to respond to these legitimate demands.

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Parliament did not disclose the agenda of today's meeting; One of the main topics that could come up during today's meeting to discuss the report of the Parliamentary Committee interim budget of 2014

8/19/2014 

Parliament did not disclose the agenda of today's meeting

Grumbling representative of the

Baghdad - did not know of Representatives agenda of the meeting which Christdharunha today, but ahead of a few hours in advance, waiting to respond agenda of the meeting on the phone and then posted on the website of the Parliament and view it.

Parliamentarians criticized the delay announcement agenda sessions House of Representatives to a few hours in advance of the hearing, where he could not number of deputies who contacted them "morning" response than Sttdmenh today's session, Aazin reason so to not knowing it until the preparation of this report.

member of the House of Representatives on the mass of Virtue Gamal Abdel Zahra Muhammadawi, stressed in his speech for the "morning", said some lawmakers have shown intercepted more than once to delay the agenda of the parliamentary sessions, indicating that the table must be submitted two days ago as stipulated in the rules of procedure for preparing MP to discuss the law or a particular topic.

Lama decision House Niazi architecture Ihsanoglu, has predicted that discusses the House of Representatives today on current issues in the country. 

said Ihsanoglu in his speech for the "morning": One of the main topics that could come up during today's meeting to discuss the report of the Parliamentary Committee interim budget of 2014, and the report of the Interim Committee of the follow-up File displaced, noting that he could discuss the crime table includes the martyrdom of dozens of soldiers who are in the "Base Speicher" at the hands of gangs, "Daash" terrorist.

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Clinton to fundraise with Pelosi in October ..:-)




August 18, 2014

Clinton to fundraise with Pelosi in October

Hillary Clinton is heading to San Francisco in October for a fundraiser with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) focused on House Democratic women candidates, The Hill has learned.

A Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee aide said the former secretary of State will join Pelosi in her home district this fall as part of Clinton’s midterm campaign tour. 

She’s also expected to headline fundraisers for the rest of the party’s major campaign committees, and will kick off her fall campaign schedule with an appearance at Sen. Tom Harkin’s (D-Iowa) annual steak fry next month.

DCCC Chairman Steve Israel (N.Y.) said Democrats are “thrilled and grateful” that Clinton plans to help the party as they fight to pick up seats in the House this fall.

"Secretary Clinton is an extraordinary force for our values and will relentlessly fight to jumpstart the middle class. We're thrilled and grateful that she is lending her support to our shared goal of electing a Democratic House of Representatives that will put a stop to the endless cycle of dysfunction and shutdowns from this Republican Congress,” he said.

It's unclear what candidates or lawmakers might join Clinton at the fundraiser, but Democrats have heavily promoted their female candidates as they seek to make Republicans' records on women's issues a problem for GOP candidates on the campaign trail.

Amanda Renteria, Rep. David Valadao's (R-Calif.) Democratic opponent, and Rep. Julia Brownley (D-Calif.), both locked in tough races, are two potential California Democrats that could stand to benefit from the fundraiser, but the DCCC hasn't yet solidified a guest list.

Though Clinton is one of Democrats’ most coveted campaign surrogates, she’s largely stayed away from electoral politics thus far this cycle, only hosting a fundraiser for a Pennsylvania Democratic House candidate who ultimately lost her primary bid.

But she’s ramping up her appearances on the trail this fall as she moves closer to making a decision on a presidential bid.

House Democrats are facing long odds in their pursuit of the 17 seats they’d need to take back the chamber this fall, but they’ve consistently outraised House Republicans and ended the month of July with nearly $9 million more cash on hand than the GOP committee, due in part to Pelosi’s prolific fundraising abilities. 

The Clinton fundraiser is sure help continue that trend as they head into the final few weeks of the midterms. 

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Obama declares ‘major step forward’ in Iraq

August 18, 2014

Obama declares ‘major step forward’ in Iraq

President Obama on Monday hailed the capture of the Mosul Dam after U.S. airstrikes, calling it “a major step forward" in the battle against Sunni extremists in Iraq.

"The Mosul Dam fell under terrorist control earlier this month, and is directly tied to our objective of protecting Americans in Iraq," Obama said at the White House. "If that dam was breached, it could have proven catastrophic, with floods that would've threatened the lives of thousands of civilians and endanger our embassy compound in Baghdad."

The president said the success of the mission, which saw U.S. strikes assist Iraqi and Kurdish ground forces, was evidence "that Iraqi and Kurdish forces are capable of working together and taking the fight to" the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Obama warned leaders in Iraq that "the wolf's at the door" and said they need to provide a credible and inclusive government to push back ISIS's advances.

"We will continue to pursue a long-term strategy to turn the tide against [ISIS] by supporting the new Iraqi government and working with key partners in the region and beyond," Obama said.

The president said the nomination of a new Iraqi prime minister- designate, Haidar al-Abadi, to replace sitting prime minister Nouri Maliki was "historic progress." Maliki, a Shiite, has been criticized for purging Sunnis from top government and military roles.

"But, as I think we're all aware, the work is not yet done," Obama said. "Over the next few weeks, Dr. Abadi needs to complete the work of forming a new, broad-based, inclusive Iraqi government, one that develops a national program to address the interests of all Iraqis."

The president said that the length of the fight against ISIS "depends on how effectively the Iraqi government comes together," and said he had no "blanket answer” for how long the U.S. commitment to fighting in Iraq would be.

"Our goal is to have effective partners on the ground and if we have effective partners on the ground, mission creep is much less likely," Obama said. "Typically, what happens with mission creep is when we start deciding that we're the ones who have to do it all ourselves."

Separately, Obama said the U.S. was working to build "an international coalition" to address humanitarian needs in regions affected by ISIS occupation.

"Going forward, the United States will work with the Iraqi government, as well as partners like the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Italy and Australia, to get food and water to people in need, and to bring long-term relief to people who have been driven from their homes," Obama said.

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