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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

DINAR GURUS UPDATE, 27 SEPT

9- 27-2016   Intel Guru ADMINBILL   NO NEWS OTHER THAN WE ARE EXPECTING COMPLETION ON OR BEFORE THE 30TH OF SEPTEMBER. WILL WE SEE IT? MAYBE. COULD IT BE AFTER OCTOBER 1ST. SOME SAY IT COULD. ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE.

9-27-2016   Newshound Guru rcookie
   Article:  "Parliamentary Finance: Financial Management Law will reveal flaws in the state's economy..."  THAT IS PROBABLY THE BIGGEST AND MOST IMPACTFUL LAW WE HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR...  SO...WILL BE DISCUSSED IN THE NEXT HoR SESSION...  [which is next week right?]  YES...TUESDAY...THE FLAWS THAT IT WILL REVEAL IN THE IRAQI ECONOMY...IS THE VERY REASON THE IMF HAS PUT SUCH WEIGHT ON ITS ADDRESSMENT...

9-27-2016   Newshound/Intel Guru BGG   Article:  "Urgent parliament obliging the government 10 days the progress of modifying the 2016 budget law"  [why do the need to modify the 2016 budget?]  I suspect they have some "house keeping" to get in order at the "behest" of the IMF... I know they have some missing line item things in the 2017 budget they have to get fixed as well... (about 12 billion worth of oil expense - from the sounds of it - IMF "no likey"... ).

9-27-2016   Newshound Guru mike
   By all appearances, Maliki and the Reform Front can get just about any legislation pushed through now in Parliament, just look at the messed up Amnesty Law that was just passed. If Maliki can get his version of the HCL pushed through, he can criminalize the actions of the Kurd's when they sell oil outside of the SOMO network.  Barzani won't wait for that to happen.  Again, this is just an opinion.  [post 2 of 2]

9-27-2016   Newshound Guru mike   Article:  "Parliamentary Power: 4 points of contention hinder voting on oil and gas law "   In my opinion, the HCL will be the law that pushes the Kurd's to hold a referendum and try to separate from Iraq.  There have always been two HCL's, one was a centralized, socialist type law that empowered Baghdad to make all the decisions regarding oil, they would sign deals with the oil companies, determine where drilling would take place and collect 100% of the money's involved.  The Kurd's and a couple of other provinces, aren't for that.  They want more control and input over the process and want to limit the centralized approach that got Iraq into the oil mess they're in now. Iraq has delayed the provinces desire for their own laws and authorities, this will only further subjugate the provinces to the out of touch MP's in Baghdad.  [post 1 of 2....stay tuned]

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