Jumaili: our cards open to the Integrity Commission and the House of Representatives, we will demand an extended speech in front of public opinion

Jumaili: our cards open to the Integrity Commission and the House of Representatives, we will demand an extended speech in front of public opinion

Flags of the Supreme Committee for relief and sheltering displaced Abdel Kader Jumaili director confirmed that the Higher Committee for Relief and sheltering the displaced are not working behind the scenes and that leaves open to the Integrity Commission, although proven anything, the ready Commission to open their leaves anyone who wants to come for what work.

Jumaili and within the program “without reservation” cross-channel “Here Baghdad,” pointed out that the Commission weekly provide a full report to the Council of Ministers for their actions, and these are documented and present reports revealing that the Committee will be prompted by an official House of Representatives book to host all the members of the Supreme Committee to be talking expanded in front of public opinion and the media Fully

And subjecting the Supreme Committee for relief and sheltering displaced investigation by the Integrity Commission file, Jumaili welcomed thereby declaring that he would be held round allocated to help the displaced people to look closely at the situation centers in the event touching any error or defect in any subject or any employee will take the necessary actions and measures and raise direct report on the subject.

In response to a question about the difference in price between the caravans in the provinces of Dohuk and Basra Jumaili attributed the reason for the difference in services within the caravan, noting that some of the caravans are equipped with cooling by location.

And the price of the tents that up to 4 million Iraqi dinars, Jumaili said that the price per Alkhmah up to about 750 000 dinars, but the apartment complex needs to sanitary latrines, kitchen and ground and sanitation, electricity, and many multiple services, so this price if the department on the number of tents have a price One tent 4 million dinars, pointing at the same level that the Commission can not take any decision, regardless of money unless voted upon.

And effectives of staff of the Supreme Committee for the Relief and sheltering displaced salaries Jumaili said he had a formal letter from the Ministry of Displacement and Migration regarding deputations, and that the money you spend far from the displaced funds the ministry, adding that 90 million is distributed to 65 employees belonging all to the Ministry of Displacement and Migration which sent its employees and not the Commission, emphasized the Jumaili in this context that the implementation of Alaivadat comes through committees Chekelah which specifies the number of employees and their salaries.

Jumaili, who described the issue of the displaced ball snow sliding explained that whenever Ozdadat terrorist operations whenever the number of displaced people who are grown mostly in the province of Kurdistan and Kraków province, he said, we have to establish an air bridge between Baghdad and the modern to deliver the kind of food expressing his willingness to deliver aid and grants to any person or the District Officer in besieged areas can reach them.

Jumaili concluded by saying that the Commission’s work will continue and that the authorized committees did not stop until the moment of her work in helping displaced

Cabinet decides to form a three-sectoral committees

Editor Mohammed Shafiq – Wednesday November 5, 2014 21:21

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
The Cabinet decided, on Wednesday, the formation of three sectoral committees, as agreed to entrust the Minister of Agriculture under the chairmanship of the Committee on the agricultural initiative.

The prime minister’s office said Haider al-Abadi said in a statement, “Alsumaria News” received a copy of it, “The Council of Ministers decided at its eighth regular held in Baghdad , today, under the chairmanship of Abadi formation of three sectoral committees. “

The office added that “committees are the Committee on Economic Affairs and Energy Committee and the Committee on Reconstruction and services,” noting that “the Council authorized the Prime Minister in consultation with the heads of his deputies to nominate committees and their deputies.”

He pointed out that “The Council also approved the establishment of the Ministerial Committee for National Security functions according to established law, also agreed to assign the Minister of Agriculture on behalf of the Commission, headed by agricultural initiative headed by the Prime Minister. “

The Council of Ministers decided, earlier in the day Wednesday, the vote on the rules of procedure in a maximum period of two weeks, as he emphasized the importance of supporting the popular crowd and work to make ends meet and pay their salaries.


Agreement between the elders of Anbar and Alsdr..2000 fighter “Saraya peace” in Assad rule


Anbar – Iraq Press – November 5: A member of the security and defense committee and MP for the Union Juma national forces Almtoata, Wednesday, for a meeting to collect a delegation tribal great representing clans Hit and Ramadi with Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr, over a week ago.

Almtoata said in a statement reported L / Iraq Press / he “got the agreement between the two sides on the entry of Saraya peace to Anbar for the Liberation of Daash cities,” adding that “the participation of Saraya peace in Anbar next battle will be in coordination with the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr.”

He continued that “Moqtada al-Sadr instructed to Saraya peace Anbar tribes equipped with weapons to confront the elements Daash in the next battle,” noting that “the number of fighters who will participate in this battle came to 2,000 fighters.”

He noted member of the National Forces Union that “the security forces backed by Saraya peace and Anbar tribes will play the first battle against Daash in Hit area, located between the city of Ramadi, the center and away from about 60 kilometers, and hand-Baghdadi, followed Assad base,” he said, adding that “the power of Saraya al-Assad recently landed in the base. “

And between Mutaiota that “Daash control to spend the Heat cut off supplies to Assad Air Base and editing is the real beginning of the movement of military units on the cities of the narrators and pubic lifting the siege on the city of Haditha.”

For his part, Mohammed says Karbouli, MP for Anbar province, said that “the government has not fulfilled promises they made ​​to the local government by providing them with weapons Anbar to face the risk elements Daash.”

He Karbouli, in a statement reported L / Iraq Press / “The number of districts of Anbar province of 8 districts and more than 40 hand, government forces controlled the four aspects, including al-Baghdadi and Amiriyat Fallujah hand,” noting that “under the control of the whole government forces areas besieged by Daash including Haditha District. “

He noted member bloc solution that fall under the Union forces to “control Daash stretch of wet and based on the Syrian-Iraqi border to Haditha District and this vast area is estimated at about 240 kilometers, and then the area of 160 and up to the Iraq-Jordan border.” Q ended. P.


Interior Minister discuss with the Prime Minister of Qatar, the possibility of security coordination between the two countries

05/11/2014 21:16:00
BAGHDAD / NINA/ Interior Minister Mohammed Salem al-Ghaban discussed on Wednesday with Qatari Prime Minister and Interior Minister, Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, the brotherly relations between the two countries and the possibility of coordinating stances in the security affairs between the two countries.

Ghaban gave, during their meeting today in Doha on the sidelines of the International Conference on “Security and human rights challenges in the Arab region,” a presentation of the security situation in Iraq and the brave stand of the security forces in the face of terrorist gangs .

Sheikh bin Nasser expressed understanding of the security situation in Iraq, stressing Qatar readiness to cooperate with Iraq and create a security system to counter terrorist organizations and mobilize capabilities to defeat the IS and the dangers it poses not only to Iraq but to the entire people of the region.

Interior Minister Mohammed Salem Ghaban met also with a number of Qatari officials, including Ali al-Marri Smaikh head of the human rights organization in Qatar.

During these meetings, they discussed the possibility of strengthening the fraternal relations in various aspects ./End


Hakim, US Ambassador to Iraq discuss latest updates in Iraq

Wednesday, 05 November 2014 20:55 | | |

Baghdad (AIN) –The head of the Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council, Ammar al-Hakim, discussed, at his office in Baghdad Wednesday, with US Ambassador, Stuart Jones, the political and security issues and to strengthen relations between Iraq and the United States of America.

A statement by the SIIC received by All Iraq News Agency cited “The two sides discussed the international efforts of the international community to support Iraq in its war against the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (ISIL) and provide the necessary humanitarian assistance to the displaced citizens.”

“The US ambassador expressed his happiness to the victories achieved by the Iraqi armed forces and the volunteers against terrorist cells in important areas, condoling Hakim during a meeting on the occasion of Ashura and the martyrdom of Imam Hussein along with a number of his companions,” the statement concluded. /End/


Parliamentary Oil announces the arrival of the amended version of the oil and gas law to parliament

Alsumaria News / Baghdad

Announced that the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary, Wednesday, for the arrival of the amended version of the oil and gas law to the House of Representatives, as revealed the existence of some differences on the new law.

The committee member said Razak Mheibes in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “The Council of Ministerssent the amended version of the oil and gas law to the House of Representatives, “he said, adding that” the law arrived in Parliament last week.


MIDEAST DEBT-Iraqi Kurdistan authorities take soundings on potential debt financing -IFR

Mon Nov 3, 2014 12:54am EST

By Sudip Roy

LONDON, Nov 3 (IFR) – The Kurdistan Regional Government is sounding out investors about a potential debt financing, although a number of grey areas need to be clarified before any deal emerges.

Kurdish officials led by the deputy prime minister were in London last week holding private talks with fixed-income accounts, according to investors. Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs were the arrangers of the meetings, the investors added. The banksdeclined to comment.

Kurdistan, a semi-autonomous region of northern Iraq, needs money to meet a growing security bill, to pay public-sector employees and to fund much-needed infrastructure development. “They have a huge list of needs,” said one banker who has followed the situation closely.

But with Kurdistan at loggerheads with the Iraqi central government over several key issues, not least the region’s share of the national budget, officials are looking at different avenues for raising cash, including, potentially, the capital markets.

Investors who met the delegation said discussions were at a preliminary stage with no specifics yet on the format of any deal. A straight bond, loan or some sort of structured note are all possible options. “It was an overview from their side. They’re exploring their options,” said one.

“The meeting was to get an idea of how they are looking at the region and, should there be a need for debt financing, what the potential appetite would be,” said another investor. “The team was very knowledgeable and willing to address various questions. Certainly they were impressive.”

The second investor added that if there were any deal, it would be subject to enactment of a debt law, which is expected to receive parliamentary approval by the end of November. One stipulation of any potential deal is that external debt cannot exceed 30 percent of gross domestic product.


In purely economic terms, Kurdistan could be an attractive investment. It sits on a quarter of Iraq’s total oil reserves and has plans to boost the capacity of its pipeline via Turkey to 400,000 barrels per day by the end of the year, from 280,000 bpd now. “They have a good story to tell,” said the first investor.

But there are several outstanding issues on which investors would want greater clarity before they committed money. These extend beyond the fighting with Islamic State militants along the Iraqi Kurdistan border.

The Kurdish government, led by President Masoud Barzani, wants the region to become an independent state. Its neighbours – Iran, Turkey and most importantly the government in Baghdad – are opposed to the region’s secession.

Its tense relations with the Iraqi central government mean there are several grey areas about how exactly Kurdistan would raise any funds – or even if it could do so without Baghdad’s authorisation.

“They clearly think they can – at least once the Kurdistan parliament has ratified the debt law that the cabinet just approved – but they didn’t clarify whether they need Baghdad authorisation,” said the first investor.

This uncertainty extends also to the servicing of any debt and whether or not the regional government would need either explicit or implicit approval from the Iraqi central bank to pay investors.

Lawyers warn that investors need to be wary of the legal foundations of any deal. “If it turned out that Kurdistan did not have the capacity or authority to issue internationalbonds…this could be grounds for future Kurdish governments to successfully challenge any court proceedings brought by investors in the bonds,” said Bernd Bohr, a partner at Mayer Brown International.

Other matters beyond the specifics of any deal also need to be clarified – in particular Kurdistan’s dispute with Baghdad over its oil marketing rights and share of the national budget.

The Kurdish government claims Baghdad owes it billions of dollars, arguing it has not received its fair share of the national budget. Under the Iraqi constitution, Kurdistan is entitled to 17 percent of the national budget after sovereign expenses. However, there is a dispute over how much is actually being paid, with the regional government claiming it has been short-changed.

Earlier this year, Baghdad withheld funds after the Kurds signed contracts with oil majors and built a pipeline to Turkey, independent of the central government. The Iraqi government deemed the Kurdish oil shipments to be illegal and even took to the U.S. courts to block one tanker 100 kilometres (60 miles) off the Texas coast from moving the crude into U.S. waters. Kurdistan says the shipments are allowed under the Iraqi constitution.

The resulting fiscal squeeze, together with the conflict with Islamic State, is taking its toll on the economy. The World Bank reckons GDP growth in Kurdistan will be considerably less this year, with unofficial forecasts revised 5 percentage points lower to 3 percent.

The first investor said that the delegation was hopeful of “a more sympathetic hearing” from Baghdad following the formation of a new Iraqi government in the summer, with six Kurds in the cabinet including Hoshiyar Zebari as finance minister.

Iraq’s government has made up some of the arrears on the frozen payments but not all. “The situation remains fluid,” said the banker. (Additional reporting by Michael Turner)


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And the intervention of the Ministry of Defence in the English language publication of its news service

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The Ministry of Defence as if it were introduced into service in the English language publication of its news and activities of the security forces in the official data.

According to a ministry statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of the “order of the Ministry of Defence to communicate with all the different media decided to be their data and activities from this day 11/05/2014 in Arabic and English.”

The ministry attributed the introduction of this service “to give a clearer picture and greater opportunity for all media, especially foreign ones to see the activities of the ministry and its armed forces and to facilitate their mission,” .anthy


Najafi calls to deal with the issue of displaced people as a “state of emergency” and find immediate processors have

Editor Mohammed Shafiq – Wednesday November 5, 2014 19:44

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Called Vice President Osama Najafi, Wednesday, to deal with the issue of displaced persons as a “state of emergency”, and as he emphasized the need to find solutions and treatments “instant” her, pointed to the presence of delay in the grant of their own exchange.

Nujaifi said in a statement issued today, following a meeting with President of the Special Operations Room displaced Zia Zobaie and received “Alsumaria News” a copy of it, that “there is reluctance to grant the displaced exchange, what proportion of citizens still did not receive the grant, despite their desperate her,” noting “The procedures for the provision of fuel for the displaced slow and did not reach those in need.”

Najafi said that “the health side did not do the level that responds to the needs of the displaced, particularly in terms of providing medical detachments or for the treatment of chronic diseases, medications or those needed by displaced people in the difficult circumstances of their lives,” he said, adding that “shelter programs still are other deficient accommodate them.” .
He called Najafi government and the Supreme Committee for the displaced to “deal with the issue of displaced persons as emergency and crisis requiring solutions instant her and processors with the advantage of the energies and expertise of the provincial and district councils and districts in accelerating the delivery of aid to our people who were forced to flee and suffered difficult situations and endured a lot of burdens and problems.”

The witness Iraq ‘s biggest exodus in its history, after the organization of the control elements ” Daash “on a number of cities, districts and areas in western and northern Iraq.



Hakim, Nasrawi discuss Budget law

Baghdad (AIN) –The head of the Supreme Iraqi Islamic Council, Ammar al-Hakim, and the Governor of Basra, Majid al-Nasrawi, discussed the negative impact of delaying the Budget Law endorsement on the projects in the province.
Reporter of All Iraq News Agency stated “Hakim received Nasrawi at his office in Baghdad on Wednesday.”
“They reviewed the political and the security situation in addition to the services presented to citizens,” the reporter concluded. /End/