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Saturday, February 20, 2016

KTFA CHAT UPDATE, 20 FEB

KTFA : 

Aggiedad77:  What....more 90% announcements (see article below)

How did I know that.....oh right, I read ahead....my bad

Abadi is telling Parliament today that a vast part of what was agreed upon....that which he and his COM outlined in the beginning has been completed

Make a key note here to one thing he points to....."not wanting to return to a quota system"

Now what does that mean in your mind.......in my mind he is laying the groundwork and telling Parliament.....I am reshuffling the deck.....I am cutting certain cards out of the deck....and what remains.....it will not be the old quota system that you have become accustomed to since 2003


I will not have so many Shiites, so many Sunni's, so many Kurds, and so on in my government.....why.....because I seek to employ those who are professionally and technically right for the job....big news here....IMO.    Aloha   Randy

Frank26:  .......... PS: In the Lava Flow of this MR ........ What is the difference between 90% and 100% ? ............. Nothing.

Walkingstick:  Urgent Abadi: The government has completed 90% of the political agreement


History of edits:: 02.20.2016 16:05 • 1
[Wayne - Baghdad]

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said the government has completed 90% of the paragraphs of the political agreement.

He hosted by the Chamber of Deputies session today, "We do not want a return to the quota system and we are with the representation of the components, calling for a political consensus to achieve a fundamental change," followed ..

http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news ... ryid=30771

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Aaron:  Good evening Family,

I wanted to bounce some thoughts off you all, maybe it's just hopeful thinking in addition to being late at night.

Looking at a couple of articles that Mr. Walkingstick brought in earlier this week has me curious about this weekend.

I believe that it has been generally assumed on this board that the Amnesty Law has been voted on and approved, but not yet made publicly announced. Could it be that this weekend might hold the timing to the public announcement of the Amnesty Law? (Article 1)

Abadi has been talking about SUBSTANTIAL changes in the Government... Such as dropping many ministers in favor replacing them with experts and those more qualified for those positions..??? And Articles have it that this is to also happen on Saturday..??? (Article 2)

Article 1
Legal representative: general amnesty law is ready to vote on Saturday
http://alnoornews.net/index.php/2013-02 ... سبت-المقبل

Article 2
Saturday .. Abadi in parliament to announce a "substantial" changes in the government
http://aynaliraqnews.com/index.php?aa=news&id22=53179

There have also been additional articles this week naming those in the government needing to be replaced. Anyone remember the top two names..???

1) Former PM Nouri al-Maliki
2) Acting CBI Governor Ali Mohsen Ismail (Ali Alak)

In order for Dr. Sinan Al-Shabibi to come and resume his position as the head of the CBI, what has been talked about needing to happen first..???

1) General Amnesty needs to be in place (Article 1)(Saturday)
2) A SUBSTANTIAL change in the government with the LUMS removed and experts put in their place (Article 2)
~ A) Ali Alak Removed???
~ B) Dr. Shabibi re-installed???
3) Stability/Security in place (Other Articles naming names)
~ A) Nouri al-Maliki Removed???

And on a previous CC, In Frank's Opinion, once Shabibi resumes his rightful position as the head of the CBI, the Monetary Reform MAY conclude to where we see a substantial increase in the value of the IQD very shortly thereafter (nano-seconds)

Tonight Delta & Frank are aware of meetings happening at the CBI...

Can we call it for this weekend??? HECK NO..!!!! ABSOLUTELY NOT..!!!

But if they do what the articles are indicating, they are sure laying the foundation for this to be over with in a QUICK HURRY

Just my thoughts on a late Friday evening... Good night...

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Frank26:  AARON .............. You get another A to Your name Sir.

Your post has made my heart race ............. For the whole human race............ I mean it.
Your efforts are the ones i have been seeking. Many do wonderful posting with their thoughts and opinions but You just took ............. "OUR TEAMS SHARING" ............. To the next level.

So well done is Your break down Friend that i will NOT comment on Your ideas until .............. MONDAY CC.

TY for making my day start with .......... Joy and Hope.

May our KTFA FAMILY ............. Find a Teaching via Your Notes.   KTFA   Frank


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Mountainman:  ??? IS THIS A "MELTDOWN WE CAN "COUNT" DOWN TO ???.........As I went and (REREAD) "This" ARTICLE after A Good Nights Sleep......"THIS ONE" Speaks "VOLUMES"....LOL.......for "IT" is A MIRROR REFLECTION of "TIMING".....IMO....Could This be "A SIGN" of PERCENTAGES....for the USA MARKET REPRICING/RESULTS ???....

.....NOTICE....The COMMENT....."That MECHANISM was "INTENDED" to LIMIT any MARKET SELL-OFF"......IMO.....This was "INTENTIONAL"........to have an "ACCIDENT..... W/ON....."PURPOSE".......???.....I'd say It WORKED/and is STILL WORKING on the OVERALL OBJECTIVE....Globally Speaking that is!!!!!!!!......

(Note) "THEY" do use "A MECHANISM in the Stock Markets for The Purpose given.......However as stated......Not so FAST "CHINA"....LOL........

Well VALUE has A "COST"......and The NEW ONE is REPRICING the OLD ONE....W/ CAVEATS for MARKETS Along "THEIR" WAY.......and CHINA'S ENTRANCE LAST YEAR INTO the MARKET/NOW...THIS SET THE STAGE for ALL MARKETS to FOLLOW....."A BLUEPRINT" so to Speak.........In THE END......."MANY" will be The BENEFICIARIES......Wouldn't You AGREE ???......... (IMO)

Blessings,Mountainman

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Thunderhawk:  Backdoc Alert

China's top securities regulator stepping down

SHANGHAI-- China has removed Xiao Gang, the head of its securities regulator, from his post, and appointed Liu Shiyu to take on the role, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday.

Liu, who had been chairman of the Agricultural Bank of China Ltd. (AgBank) and a former deputy governor of the People's Bank of China, will succeed Xiao as chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC).

The move caps a turbulent period for China's financial markets, which fell sharply last summer, leading to close scrutiny of the CSRC and Xiao's handling of the crisis.

The Shanghai and Shenzhen bourses rose steeply until mid-June of last year and then crashed, losing as much as 40 percent of their value before top leadership intervened.

Reuters reported in January that Xiao, 57, had offered to resign following the sudden withdrawal of a "circuit-breaker" mechanism launched at the start of this year.

That mechanism had been intended to limit any market sell-off, but many investors blamed it for contributing to a series of falls in the first days of trading this year, which contributed to global market jitters.(A KEY POINT IN THE ARTICLE.....FYI)......MM


Liu, 54, has spent most of his career at China's central bank, the People's Bank of China, rising to the position of vice governor and holding that post from 2006 until he left in late 2014 to head up AgBank.

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/02/19/chinas-t ... -down.html


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