Friday, October 2, 2015


10-2-2015   Intel/Newshound Guru Mnt Goat    It has been a good week but somewhat quite in comparison to the waves of news in recent past weeks. Could this be the calm before the storm?  I believe it was the result of the Eid holiday and the fact that there was a delegation from Iraq in USA NYC attending the UN summit meetings all week. They are now back in country and so we should expect to see the spigot of news break soon once again.  ... Iraq is not there yet. I am beginning to get excited since I do see the end to this saga coming up soon. ...today Sadar has called for a million citizens to peacefully march in the streets today Friday once again in protest for more SPEEDY reforms and to finally prosecute HIGH LEVEL OFFICIALS who were responsible. So we are seeing much support and pressure from the highest religious authorities in Iraq. When will they finally prosecute Maliki? You can see now the pressure is building from all sides.

10-2-2015   Intel Guru Frank26
   [Ive been seeing numerous postings about the rate needing to come first before the laws, so...Could it be that these Laws, "Have Already been funded"?]  how can the laws come before the rate. LAWS that we have begged for are ALIVE and well. They too are good soldiers attending to their post and READY for ACTION...AND LAWS do not need funding...They need WORDS. Then these WORDS activate The Funding once DRS lifts 1...2...or 3 ZEROS.

10-2-2015   Newshound Guru Kaperoni
   Article quote:  "the Committee of Economy and Investment Authority hold on Sunday a consultative meeting for the purpose of Search Investment Law and the addition of some paragraphs."  "did not specify until now date to vote on the investment law."  Apparently they have a date to vote on it..but its not stated in the article.

10-2-2015   Newshound/Intel Guru BGG
   This is the whole ball game right here...supposedly they did the 2nd reading of the Law of the 3 Presidensies.  As I understand it, that will take care of Maliki.  So, they are within a 3rd reading and a vote and once they do Maliki has no immunity, if I understand correctly the way that is laid out.  By the way, the only October 1st deadline was the Anti Money Laundering Law set forth by the World Bank and the IMF and they met that deadline early.  Some say it was published in the gazette...not sure if that is true. There is no other deadline...they did what they were to do.  Stop and think, they have never met a deadline before...so for what ever reason that meant something to them.  Also, as soon as Abadi got back from New York he issued new orders and directives.  He is walking like he is a man on a mission.  That in concert with everything else going on this is very good news.

10-2-2015   Newshound Guru Aggiedad77
    "The Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the State of Kuwait Article 1 of the Republic of Iraq to ratify an agreement on trade cooperation between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the State of Kuwait"  Remember TRADE is a vital blood line for any country and for these two, Kuwait and Iraq, to be opening doors with each other in this fashion is speaking so very LOUDLY...more of the good life to come...they are setting up some very good measures to bring about great growth for the proper time.

10-2-2015   Newshound Guru firefly   The ONLY law the WB and IMF was insisted on being done prior to Oct 1st was the...Anti Money Laundering Law...which was done AND published in the official gazette on Sept 16th.  I believe that is the cornerstone to EVERYTHING else being implemented...the AML was imperative, especially for the border tariffs.  Investment law not required but needed.

10-2-2015   Newshound Guru Aggiedad77   Article:  "Parliament will vote on the Islamic Banking Act Parliament voted in agreement on the Islamic Banking Act on Thursday...this has to be their version of  "fast track"...this moved through Parliament really fast...IMO...there is something else behind this act...why would they want or feel the need and urgency to pass this act...it has to play well with their economic recovery efforts, with Abadi's reform efforts, and with the MR...all IMO....in that direction this must then be a very positive action on their part.

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