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Samson:  Pay the salaries of employees of five departments in the industry

12:18 - 01/08/2017

Rafidain Bank announced on Tuesday the salaries of employees of five departments in the Ministry of Industry and Minerals.

The bank's information office said in a statement received by Al-Maaloumah that "the bank has launched the salaries of some departments of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals after the arrival of the sukuk of their departments to the bank."

The statement added that "the departments are the factory of Ibn Sina, Nahrawan factory, Al-Badr factory, Al-Ramah plant and Samarra pharmaceutical factory," noting that "the drainage was through one of the electronic payment tools.

IQDCalls Chat Highlights Early Tuesday AM 8-01-17

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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Tuesday AM 8-01-17
chattels: Kirkuk governor: Current arrangements with Iraq not working, time for referendum By Rudaw
chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region—The governor of Kirkuk Najmaldin Karim says that since its foundation Iraq “has not been in peace with its own people or with its neighbors,” that Kurdish areas were attached to Iraq against the will of their people and that it is time for a referendum which would allow the Kurds to deicide their own future.
That’s why, argued Karim in an interview with CNN television, independence is a legitimate right of the Kurds. “The current arrangements are not working,” the Kirkuk governor said.
chattels: said that “there is absolutely nowhere in the constitution that prevents holding a referendum.”