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8 Harsh Reasons as to Why You’re Still Broke
By Dan Western
Okay so you’re broke, perhaps in debt, and just really wanting to have a career that you love and can be proud of? One that will make you good money? Well then maybe this is for you.
We all want to make a lot of money, but for most people who have this common goal they struggle to ever get anywhere near where they want to be, and all it raises within them is doubt. Doubt of why it’s not happening for them but is for others. Here’s 8 reasons as to why you’re still broke.

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Spectra  ((ktfa post)) 8th August, 2018 The Central Bank Of Iraq Pays $ 83 Million To Lebanon
The Lebanese government has officially received a report from the Central Bank of Iraq (CBI) to Lebanese banks to pay a debt of $ 83 million
The Office of the Minister of State for Anti-Corruption Affairs in the caretaker government, Nicola Tueni, the news, pointing out that the financial transfer paid from the deposits of the Lebanese banks with the Iraqi Central Branch Erbil Dune has been worth billions of dollars since 2003
The Minister of the Twaini explained earlier that the debts recognized by Iraq owed for the years 2003 and above, estimated at about one billion dollars, but the benefits belong to legal persons (companies and banks). The repayment would revive the Lebanese economy, he said


Walkingstick:  Abadi's office reveals the referral of thousands of integrity to corruption issues

Saad al-Hadithi, a spokesman for Prime Minister's Office Haider al-Abadi, said on Wednesday that the total investigation of files related to financial and administrative corruption during the four years of the current government lasted more than 5000 people with different sites and degrees of employment.

Al-Hadithi said that "the statistics confirm that the competent authorities during the life of the current government until the end of July, conducted investigations with about 5300 officials at the level of Director General or a deputy minister or adviser or minister or the head of the provincial council or governor.

He pointed out that "1076 accused have been referred to the judiciary and issued judgments against 314 convicted," saying that "the orders of recruitment included 2208 accused, while issued arrest warrants against 800 others."

Abadi's media office announced on Tuesday that it had referred senior officials to the Integrity Commission to investigate files of corruption.

The central and southern governorates of Iraq are witnessing widespread protests against the deterioration of the service and living conditions, the spread of financial and administrative corruption and the high rate of unemployment within the society, prompting the government to take a series of urgent measures to meet the demands of demonstrators.  Link