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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Thursday   9-6-18 Part 2 of 2

Yoaseff  JoeSchmoe I valued reading the discussions, a few days ago, about Korea and Vietnam fuctioning on a tenth of a penny, exchange rate. Others had stated that for a product-producing country, that is to their advantage... But for a welfare-state, such as Iraq, being an oil-producing country, that pays its people a percentage of its oil revenue, a low exchange rate is not to their advantage.

a chocolatiere   ...Good morning.. just saw this ... ( Al-Tamimi told "One News" that "the parliament committed a constitutional violation in its first session by not choosing the speaker of parliament and his deputies and not identifying the largest parliamentary bloc,

in addition to leaving the first session open and this was rejected by the Federal Court in 2010 and prevented the parliamentary sessions open.

He added that "these constitutional violations, we will enter into other problems in the event that the parliament chose a president with his two deputies and determine the largest bloc during the coming sessions,

​Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Thursday   9-6-18 Part 2 of 2

chattels  Tuesday, September 4, 2018 Iraq’s Political Parties No Closer To Forming Govt     (Al Alam)

Iraq’s new parliament held its first session on September 3. Its new members were sworn in, and then parties began leaving because they were no closer to forming a government than a week ago when the meeting was called.

chattels  The two lists are now heading for the courts to try to have the judiciary decide what the definition of the largest bloc means, whether that is made up of the lists or individual lawmakers.


JAY:  THIS IS UUUUUUUUGE. (see article below) This is what is next for us. This is where we are heading.

THIS WILL BRING THE RI. USA IS IN CONTROL. So breathe. It may take a while longer but we will get there. THIS ACTION, if taken by the Fab 4 will give us our blessing. So know this.

Maliki maybe throwing wrenches but TRUMP IS THE MAGNET CATCHING THEM ALL and EITHER way we get our RI. <-- All imo.

EDIT... If Sept. 17th comes and goes without a seated Parliament, then we will start to see the Fab 4 start implementing this. Again, IMO.


Don961: as WS pointed out ...

Three legal violations follow the new parliament session

2018/9/5 03:45:00 PM 

With the popular anticipation of the next political crisis, especially after the decision on the issue of political alliances and access to the "mass of the Great" paving the way for the formation of the new Iraqi government, and its association with the security situation and its deterioration, after the positions of parliamentarians winners of the new cycle, the fourth after the US occupation of the country, And analysts violated the Constitution took place during the first parliamentary session, which did not lead to any result.

One of the violations referred to by observers is the "heresy" of the open session, which was previously considered by the Federal Court to be unconstitutional and there is no such thing as an open session of Parliament. In addition to not electing a speaker, A number that must be identified at the first meeting to form a new government.