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Don961:  Al-Araji: Sadr may launch a project against the government of Abdul Mahdi and Abadi will return

Al-Araji: Sadr may launch a project against the government of Abdul Mahdi and Abadi will return
The former deputy prime minister of the Sadrist movement Bahaa al-Araji; on Monday; that the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr may put forward a project against the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi.

"Muqtada al-Sadr is in good health," al-Araji said in a press statement. "Sadr's absence from the scene could generate a great political project."


JJonesmx:  Laying the Foundations of Good Fiscal Management in the Arab World

By Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

Fourth Arab Fiscal Forum, Dubai

February 9, 2019

As Prepared for Delivery

Good morning--Sabah Al-Khair! I am delighted to be back in Dubai, this city of tomorrow, where you—its economic leaders—are dedicated to realizing the vision of a better tomorrow.

This vision is predicated on prosperity that is shared by all, benefiting the poor and the middle class, citizens and immigrants alike; and opportunities that are open to all, including women. It is a vision of fairness over cronyism and partiality, and of trust that government policy is oriented toward the common good.