Don961: Thanks sam .. once again the CBI Governor keeping his name in the news .... Alaq says I got you Kirkuk .. making sure the money gets disbursed as intended ... not turn it into a political tool ... keep that money moving and circulating to get vital projects back on track ... imo
Samson: Alaq and the governors of Kirkuk discuss the benefits of conservation of the petrodollar
29th August, 2018 Brought forward
Governor of the Central Bank Ali al-Alaq, on Wednesday, with the Governor of Kirkuk, Rakan Said al-Jubouri, Kirkuk's financial dues as part of the petrodollar plan.
A statement issued by the office of al-Jubouri, a copy of which was received by the governor of Kirkuk, said that " Central".
He added that "the Governor of the Central Bank promised to support Kirkuk, especially in the matter of securing the amounts owed to the company for the purpose of the completion of the water project of Kirkuk united phase II. LINK
- http://www.almaalomah .com/2018/08/29/339411/
Thank you Judy
Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Aug. 30, 2018
Compiled 30 Aug. 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington
The below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to decide whether or not it is valid. Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world.
Judy Note: We remain in an Intel Blackout. It would be my opinion and my opinion only that:
1. False intel has been provided to certain Gurus so as to set up sting operations to catch the bad guys, the latest likely being today, and as happened last Sat. Aug. 25 where 37 bankers were caught misdirecting funds for their personal use.
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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Wednesday 8-29-18
Baxter Iraq new parliament to meet, paving way for government 6 hours ago A recount of the votes from Iraq's May 12 election saw Shiite cleric Moqtada . Sadr's alliance hold on to all 54 seats to remain the parliament's largest blocIraq's parliament will meet next week for its first session since May elections to choose a speaker and begin the process of forming a government the outgoing president said Monday.
The inaugural session of the 329-seat chamber would be chaired by its oldest member, President Fuad Massum said in a decree calling for the sitting to take place on September 3
The meeting of parliament was delayed by allegations of fraud that prompted the supreme court to order a partial manual recount of the results of the May 12 election Nationalist Shiite cleric Moqtada Sadr's alliance with communists held on to all of the 54 seats it won and remain the biggest bloc in the parliament