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michigander0131 8/7/2014
« on: August 07, 2014, 09:47:26 PM »
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[michigander0131] Iraq is seeking to reciprocate in accordance with the law leaning back {} 7/8/2014 0:00 After the entry into force early last month BAGHDAD - Mustafa al-Hashemi After that the income tax law to comply with the U.S. Foreign Accounts (leaning back) came into effect at the beginning of last month in more than 50 countries in the world that identifies the importance of the Iraq deal Similarly investigation of the principles of transparency, tax and banking between the two countries. noting that the guidance included approval to open bank accounts to holders of U.S. citizenship with private banks. Noting that the implementation correctly requires a banking system newly coupled with a sector tax and successful working mechanics of modern facilitate the collection of taxes from covered out, what requires the strengthening of the ties of cooperation in order to help the country to keep pace with modern technologies in the fields of banking and taxation. It is noteworthy that the U.S. tax law compliance "leaning back," passed by the U.S. Congress in March 2010, as part of the Employment Act incentives to restore employment.
[michigander0131] This is saying that the CBI is going to comply with the new law that US imposed worldwide last month about keeping
[michigander0131] Press release) for the purpose of developing the current series of banknotes of Iraq, and to increase efficiency, they have been printed using the finest paper and placed where several characteristics of technical and security and will present the CBI banknote the (10000) ten thousand dinars to trading 07/08/2014 http://www.cbi.iq/docume ยทยทยท 2014.pdf
[michigander0131] In order to move to Article VIII under the IMF, they must be in compliance. Having dinar in the street that people want to use everyday helps the CBI get in compliance (reduce the spread, reduce counterfeiting, money laundering, etc) along with other monetary tools. The 10,000 dinar note was the more counterfeited note of the series.
[michigander0131] Once the CBI moves to Article VIII (after the new GOI is formed, laws are passed, etc), the dinar will come off the peg and go to a new Exchange Regime with some kind of float that will allow it to appreciate based on the investment economic activities flowing into Iraq.
[michigander0131] National Alliance postpones resolving the candidate for prime minister to Sunday Friday, 08 August 2014 00:37 shafaq-a Twilight News / failure of the leaders of the National Alliance to go out on behalf of a candidate for the formation of the next government, after meeting lasted for an hour advanced on Thursday-Friday. And decisiveness postponed to tomorrow after Sunday. He added that the constitutional deadline mandated by the President of the Republic for the candidate of the National Alliance, the largest bloc ends on Friday, not Thursday as imagined a lot. And the most prominent candidates who were traded during the meeting, said Abu Galal, "Haider al-Abadi and Tarek Najm of state law."
[michigander0131] I sincerely dont think it is as simple as throwing out a guy's name... they want to have the entire package ready to go/ the national alliance wants to have a goi all ready to take charge.
[michigander0131] Official: U.S. humanitarian airdrop mission starts in Iraq By Barbara Starr, Jim Sciutto, and Catherine E. Shoichet, CNN updated 7:33 PM EDT, Thu August 7, 2014 (CNN) -- The United States has started a humanitarian airdrop mission in northern Iraq, sending aid to minority groups trapped as brutal Islamist fighters advance. "An effort has begun," with planes in the air -- but not yet dropping aid, a senior U.S. official told CNN Thursday. There are fighter jets involved for protection, the source said. And a key question looms: Could airstrikes be next? The planned aid drops come in the face of rapid developments on the ground, where a humanitarian crisis is emerging with minority groups facing possible slaughter by Sunni Muslim extremists. U.S. considers airstikes in IraqEarlier Thursday an official said the Obama administration also is considering airstrikes.
[michigander0131] well they have too get one chosen first hopefully sunday
[michigander0131] 07-08-2014 01:50 PM Orbit - Writings / announced Lawyers prominent Iraqi on Thursday received the International Criminal Court first cases documented evidence that condemns Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki of war crimes committed with army commanders in different Iraqi cities, including Fallujah and Hawija and the province of Najaf during the past eight years of his rule the country. The captain told the Iraqi Bar in Nineveh, Ahmed al-Hamdani, in a press statement that 'the International Criminal Court in The Hague, received on Wednesday, three lawsuits filed against the al-Maliki, and documented evidence and testimony and video recordings convict him of war crimes and crimes, human rights violations and the execution of prisoners and demonstrators in the cities of Fallujah and Hawija and Najaf. "
[michigander0131] He stressed that the 'alliance (united) and the Kurds refuse to grant al-Maliki, any immunity from elimination in the future and he has to bear the responsibility of confronting the judiciary domestic or international with members of his government, especially in the criminal files related murders or crimes of embezzlement and financial and administrative corruption', pointing out that 'the only thing that I can vouch for him is that he waits a long way from the hearings and judicial proceedings. '
[michigander0131] He pointed out that 'It is expected that there will be other big lawsuits in the post-Maliki regarding the enforced disappearance of political opponents and his funding and support for the regime of Bashar al-Assad involved the killing of the Syrian people'.
[michigander0131] American planes bombed sites "Daash" in Sinjar and Alkwyr By Khabaar Khaba 08/08/2014 1:23 Brother - Baghdad A senior security source said on Thursday evening that the level of American fighter planes arrived in the Kurdistan region to assign the Kurdish Peshmerga forces. The source told the news agency reporter and news (et) "for the first time an American fighter jets Chen arrived in Kurdistan raids on sites Daash." He added that "the first US raids began pounding strongholds of terrorists in Daash Alkwyr and Sinjar," where terrorists are holed up.