OS stresses the need to consider the low salaries of the citizens and work on lifting
BAGHDAD – The Feed – MP for the National Alliance Adnan OS on the need to consider the salaries of low degrees of functional citizens, calling for the lifting of the amounts of such salaries, “to fit with the requirements of everyday life.”
Archive for February 21, 2011
Tags: Abbas al-Bayati, Baghdad, Business and Economy, Central bank, Government, Iraq, middle east, Salary
OS stresses the need to consider the low salaries of the citizens and work on lifting
Tags: Candidate, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, National Alliance, Nouri al-Maliki
Deputy Yasin: what is referred to an agreement on the security ministries candidates leaks information
The member of the National Alliance for the rule of law Ihsan Yassin said there were problems within the political blocs on the submission of three candidates for the positions referred to in the security and the media agree on specific names are not accurate.
Tags: Arab World, Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Dewaniya, Green Zone, Iraq, middle east, Nouri al-Maliki
BAGHDAD, Feb. 21 (UPI) — Iraqi protesters organizing mass rallies for Friday said they wanted to make sure the events were peaceful but noted Baghdad’s Green Zone was a target.
Protests erupted across much of Iraq last week as popular uprisings swept across much of the Arab world. Provincial offices in the south of the country were set on fire last week and Kurdish forces fired on protesters storming government headquarters in the north.
National Coalition officially nominated Ahmed Chalabi of the Ministry of the Interior and Maliki’s coalition is heading for the study of the topicPosted: February 21, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Ahmed Chalabi, Interior ministry, Iraq, iraqi list, National Alliance, National security, Nouri al-Maliki, Nuri al-Maliki
Announced that the Iraqi National Coalition, on Monday, naming National Congress leader Ahmed Chalabi, an official to fill the bag and the Ministry of the Interior as a candidate for the National Alliance, while heading a coalition of state law, led by Nuri al-Maliki’s nomination to the study of Chalabi, who was referred to the leaks that he strongly rejects.
Tags: Ayad Allawi, Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, Maliki, middle east, Nouri al-Maliki, Prime Minister of Iraq
Questioned Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Monday, the Millennium truth of events taking place in the country for more than two weeks and was considered a good and innocent Iraqi people to make it unable to lead himself in the demonstrations led by some of those who he described as “ill-intentioned.”
Maliki said during a meeting with a delegation from the teachers union, “that” change is important, but should not be based on the vandalism, arson and riots, “stressing that” the government will work to meet the demands of the demonstrators despite plentiful! “.
Tags: Commission on Integrity, Constitution of Iraq, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, Iraqi dinar, Politics of Iraq, President of France, Salary
Baghdad, February 21 (Rn) – The adviser in the Iraqi government on Monday, the Council of Ministers for adoption of the law to reduce the salaries of the three presidencies about 80%, and in conjunction with the popular protests that swept Iraq’s cities on the lack of services, unemployment and corruption.
The adoption of this law, one day after the adoption of the Council of Representatives for the country’s budget of $ 82.6 billion dollars, and apparently the state has begun to implement practical steps to avert the anger of the Iraqi street protester to the lack of services and delay projects.
Tags: Baghdad, Central Bank of Iraq, Foreign direct investment, Investment, Iraq, Iraqi people, middle east, Warfare and Conflict
Dunia Frontier Consultants have issued a new report entitled Foreign Commercial Activity in Iraq – 2010 Year in Review.
According to their research, the total number of reported investments, service contracts, and other commercial activities by foreign firms more than doubled in 2010.
Tags: Arab World, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, Maliki, Nouri al-Maliki, Politics of Iraq, Prime Minister of Iraq, Trade union
Iraqi Prime Minister, on Monday, harmonic current political system in Iraq as “sectarian and Althassi,” adding that democracy as a system in which majority control is not implemented in the country because of what he called the current requirements, as called for reforms to the Constitution.
Maliki said during a meeting with a delegation of the Teachers Association and attended “Alsumaria News”, “partnership in the political process is a form all forms of sectarian a sectarian already, but we Tmachina with them so that everyone participates in the responsibility,” asserting that “the political process in the country where a lot of errors that need for reform and change. “
Tags: Baghdad, Barack Obama, Iraq, kuwait, Maliki, Nouri al-Maliki, Prime Minister of Iraq, United States
|Maliki plans escape via Kuwait in event of public revolution|
Kuwait, INN- Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki’s visit to Kuwait was to arrange with Kuwaiti officials his family escape from Iraq in case of the break-out of public revolution in the country, said Gulf diplomatic sources in Kuwait.
While in Kuwait Maliki sent an immediate message to US President Barak Obama through the US Ambassador in Kuwait asking for an urgent meeting with Obama,, the sources noting that Obama apologized and not only declined the request but also blamed Maliki for not contacting him through the US embassy in Iraq.
Parliamentarians and tribal elders Iraqi claim to Kuwait due to cancellation of the Kuwait war compensationPosted: February 21, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Gulf War, Invasion of Kuwait, Iraq, Jalal Talabani, kuwait, National Assembly of Kuwait, Saddam Hussein, United Nations Security Council
Called on the heads and elders of the tribes of Iraq and the characters in the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Monday, the President and members of the Kuwaiti National Assembly to abolish the payment of compensation arising from Iraq to be a result of the Kuwait war, which devoted a paragraph of its general budget.
A member of the National Alliance, Abdul Hussein al-Yasiri during a press conference held at the House of Representatives with the participation of a group of tribal chiefs, deputies and allocated to address a note to the Kuwaiti National Assembly on the occasion of the ratification of the financial budget for 2011, that “there is money to go in compensation to Kuwait, and we believe that it behooves the people of Kuwait and the National Assembly to abolish this punishment, because the former regime had ended. “
Tags: Babil, Babil Governorate, Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan, middle east, Nouri al-Maliki
Babil, Feb. 21 (AKnews) – The Vice chairman of the Babil Investment Committee complained on Monday that Iraq’s investment law has been “paralyzed” by the state’s failure to implement it effectively in ministries and government departments.
Abbas al-Tai told AKnews that Iraq is one of the best places in the world for investors as it lacks many basic commodities such as housing, sewerage systems and electricity but the government’s delay in adopting the investment law has left foreign investors reluctant to implement projects in the country.
Tags: Baghdad, Constitution of Iraq, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Demonstration (people), Iraq, Iraqi people, middle east, National Alliance
Baghdad, Feb. 21 (AKnews) – The Iraqi Integrity Commission called on Monday the three presidencies (the Republic, parliament, and ministers) to submit their documents within a period of four weeks, saying that those who delay the submission of the documents will be referred to the Integrity Commission.
Bahaa al-Araji, the chairman of the commission said in a press conference held at the Palace Conference in Baghdad that his commission will present a proposal to cancel paragraph (b) of the Criminal Procedure Code, which prohibits accounting or capturing the employee without the approval of his official.
Nagy: We call upon the Prime Minister held accountable spoilers who caused the deterioration of the economic situationPosted: February 21, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Iraq, Iraqi government, Iraqi people, Member of Parliament, middle east, Naji, Nouri al-Maliki, Politics of Iraq
Called Member of Parliament for the Liberal MP block bright Naji security services To have to deal with the demonstrators in a spirit of brotherhood and rational and not to use the means that increase the tension in the hearts of citizens.
Naji said in a telephone conversation with (the Iraqi Media News Agency / INA) that the protests that emerged in the Iraqi street, due to popular anger over poor services and widespread unemployment and lack of security and stability and the main reason for all these things financial and administrative corruption was rampant in government institutions .. Indicating that local governments do not flyers entrusted to provide services to its citizens, Makhlq A state of frenzy and public outrage against And government officials.
Tags: Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, House of Representatives, Iraq, Iraqi people, Karbala, middle east, United States House of Representatives
Monday, February 21, 2011
The head of the House of Representatives by Mr. Osama Abdel-Aziz al-Najafi: “The House of Representatives seeks to deliver Iraq to safety through the provision of services to its citizens and make it more stable without fear or shame, the law is above everyone.”
Tags: Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Gulf War, Iraq, Iraqi dinar, iraqi list, Iraqi people, Ration stamp
$40 billion ‘missing’ from Iraq
Around $39.56 billion is “missing” from a post-Gulf War fund that Iraq maintains to protect from foreign claims.
“There is missing money, we do not know where it has gone,” Osama al-Nujaifi said at a news conference in Baghdad. “The money is around $39.56 billion in total.”
Tags: Arab World, Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, iraqi list, middle east, reuters, Warfare and Conflict
Parliament stops work to listen to Iraqis’ gripes
(Reuters) – Iraq’s parliament has suspended work for a week and sent lawmakers to their home areas to help soothe rising anger over corruption, food shortages and poor services, the speaker of parliament said on Monday.
Iraq has been hit in recent weeks by a growing wave of protests inspired by anti-government uprisings across the Arab world. While Iraqi demonstrators mostly have not called for the ouster of the elected federal government, installed just two months ago, they have demanded that local officials step down. (more…)
Tags: Asset, Cairo, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak
CAIRO, Feb 21 (KUNA) — Egypt’s attorney general Abdel-Maguid Mahmoud has issued an order freezing the financial assets and properties of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his family members.
Tags: Interior ministry, Iraq, iraqi list, Ministry of Defence, National Alliance, national coalition, National security, Nouri al-Maliki
Member of the Iraqi rule out resolving the issue of security ministries during this week
Ruled out by the Iraqi List, Muhammad Salman al-Tai to provide security ministries candidates this week to the parliament for a vote.
Tai said in a press statement Sunday that the ball is now in the court of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki as the Iraqi List of candidates submitted to the Ministry of Defence and is waiting for the answer, after he refused a number of candidates previously.
Tags: Ayad Allawi, Baghdad, Iraqi National Movement, Jalal Talabani, Massoud Barzani, national coalition, Nouri al-Maliki, Prime Minister of Iraq
Monday, February 21st 2011 3:26 PM Baghdad, Feb. 21 (AKnews) – A spokesman for the Iraqiya list led by Ayad Allawi said on Monday that national partnership agreement signed by the political blocs in Erbil before the formation of the current government is being jeopardized by the autocracy of the National Coalition (NC) led by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
Tags: Council of Ministers of Iraq, Iraq, Jalal Talabani, kuwait, Nouri al-Maliki, Prime Minister of Iraq, United Nations Security Council
2/21/2011 11:30 AM
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Kuwait’s Oil Minister, Sheikh Ahmed Al-Abdullah, has expressed optimism towards the bilateral relations between Iraq and Kuwait, following an official visit by Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki to Kuwait last week.
“We are optimistic about the bilateral relations between Kuwait and Iraq, but there are still suspended dossiers Maliki had promised to open and settle,” Sheikh Abdullah told the Kuwaiti Al-Ra’e Newspaper on Monday.
Delay naming ministers adversely affects security in the relations between politicians and the security situation in IraqPosted: February 21, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Ayad Allawi, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, iraqi list, Maliki, Massoud Barzani, Nouri al-Maliki, President of Iraq
Parliamentarians: delayed naming ministers adversely affect security in the relations between the political blocs and the security situation in Iraq
A number of members of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, that the delay in naming ministers in the Iraqi government security carries negative effects in the relations between the political blocs, the security situation in the country, and especially since the time of the upcoming Arab summit in the capital Baghdad, is near.
Tags: Ayad Allawi, Iraq, Iraqi Kurdistan, iraqi list, Maliki, Massoud Barzani, Nouri al-Maliki, Nuri al-Maliki
Maliki confirms that Iraq has become the most stable and accused of hiring actors for the interests of the people’s demands
Prime Minister of Iraq, Monday, that Iraq has become today the most stable nations after it was in the heart of the storm, stressing that the demands of citizens in the Arab States of opinion, and available to participate in Iraq, was charged with certain parties employ the people’s demands to their interests.
Tags: Arbil, Ayad Allawi, Iraq, iraqi list, Law, Massoud Barzani, ministers, Ministries, Policy, Political coalition
Waeli’s (et al): will The subject of the National Council of the policies followed by complete security ministries
Amikd National Alliance MP Shirwan Waili that there is a sub-committee by the political blocs to resolve disputes, in the Political Council. Asserting that “will soon be the subject of the National Council of the policies, followed by completion of the security ministries.
Tags: bank, Central bank, Central Bank of Iraq, Constitution of Iraq, Deficit, Finance, Government, Iraq
An advisor of the Central Bank Mzarmohamd Saleh, said that legislative authority is the decision maker to borrow from the cash reserve in the event of financial crises or disasters in the country.
And Saleh said in a statement to the Agency by news Sunday that according to the Iraqi constitution, the central bank is linked to the parliament, he will decide to borrow from Ctaaiti cash in the event of a crisis, referring to the bank a basic tenet of the State.
Tags: Baghdad, Central Bank of Iraq, Economic, Inflation, Inflation rate, Iraq
Central Bureau of Statistics said inflation indicators for the month of January 2011 increased by 2% from the previous month and 5.8% for the month of January 2010.
Noting that the calculation of inflation for the month of January 2011 adopted the new pricing for electricity.
US Treasury Department: Engaging New Iraqi Leadership on Economic Policies for a Sovereign, Stable and Self-Reliant IraqPosted: February 21, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Baghdad, Central Bank of Iraq, Central Bank of Myanmar, Iraq, middle east, Ministry of Finance, United States, United States Secretary of the Treasury
By: Neal Wolin 2/18/2011
In support of President Obama’s goal for a sovereign, stable, and self-reliant Iraq, I was in Baghdad this week for meetings with senior government officials, parliamentarians, regulators and banking sector leaders on key economic challenges facing Iraq’s leadership. My discussions focused on priorities facing the new government, including Iraq’s ability to use its oil resources to encourage economic growth and create opportunities for the Iraqi people and better integrating Iraq into the global economy.
Tags: Baghdad, Economic, Governorates of Iraq, Iraq, iraqi list, Iraqi people, Member of Parliament, middle east
Baghdad (news) .. Revealed a number of House members announced their intention to participate in the demonstrations which will emerge in most of Iraq’s provinces on next Friday, February 25.
Told the House correspondent Agency (news) in the House of Representatives on Monday: “They will participate in the demonstrations which will come out on next Friday in solidarity with the Iraqi people.”
Tags: Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, Iraqi people, Member of Parliament, Murabaha, Ration stamp
Nujaifi: We will withdraw confidence from the ministers and governors who Aindzon 75% of institutions plan
Baghdad, February 21 (Rn) – The president of the Iraqi parliament on Monday that the Council was completed on budget, great efforts from the Presidency and House of Representatives and the Finance Committee, describing it Btmouhp quite a lot of pros for the Iraqi people, adding that the amount allocated in the budget is unprecedented and of 96 trillion dinars, representing the highest budget in the history of Iraq. “
Parliament voted to form a committee to match the withdrawals and the Ministry of Finance of the Development Fund for IraqPosted: February 21, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Council of Representatives of Iraq, Development Fund for Iraq, Iraq, iraqi list, Ministry of Finance, UN Security Council, United Nations, United Nations Security Council
Voice of Iraqi Council of Representatives, Monday, to form a committee to investigate the facts to match the Ministry of Finance and withdrawals from their account in the Development Fund for Iraq.
A parliamentary source said in an interview with “Alsumaria News”, “The House of Representatives voted at its 37, which was held on Monday, chaired by the Speaker Osama Najafi and the presence of 229 deputies, to form a committee to investigate the facts to match the drawings and the Ministry of Finance calculated the Development Fund for Iraq, according to the request made by the National Alliance MP Ahmad Chalabi. “
Tags: Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Democratic Patriotic Alliance of Kurdistan, Iraq, iraqi list, Kurdish, National Alliance, Speaker (politics)
A source at the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Monday, that the presidency of the Council was adjourned today until next Monday after an altercation between two deputies in the Iraqi List.
The source said in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “House Speaker Osama Nujaifi adjournment of the meeting today to next Monday after an altercation during which insults and verbal abuse between the spokesperson on behalf of the Iraqi List, Haider Mulla and the representative of a cluster solution is internalized within the existing Iraqi Ahmed Oraibi.”