Finance: Budget 2018 secured the salaries of all employees and retirees

 

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The Ministry of Finance in the Iraqi government, that the budget next year 2018 provides salaries of state employees and social protection and retirees and ration card and the maintenance of security, defense and health requirements.

“The ministry has taken upon itself to provide the amounts allocated as salaries to employees, retirees and employees of state institutions in addition to the salaries of social protection and security, defense and health requirements,” Inspector General of the Ministry Maher al-Bayati said in an interview with Al-Sabah newspaper.

He added that “Prime Minister Haider Abadi stressed, during his meeting with the advanced owners of the ministry on the draft bill of the budget in 2018, the need for accurate review and to achieve more pressure on the operational expenses of the three presidencies and ministries and bodies not associated with the Ministry and the minimum to ensure the insurance of basic expenses, Workers in the state and retirees, as well as securing funds for the ration card and social protection and security and defense requirements.

Al-Bayati said that “the Prime Minister stressed during the meeting, the need to secure Iraq’s international and national obligations and to pay the dues of loans and continue to secure the receivables of contractors as was the focus on maximizing non-oil revenues through activating various activities and increase productivity and emphasis on activating the private sector so that it can perform its role to increase production And revitalizing the economy. “

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Sabhan leads mediation to resolve the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil

 

Sabhan leads mediation to resolve the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil

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Baghdad / Al-Ghad Press:
The head of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani, the Minister of State for Gulf Affairs Thamer al-Sobhan, the region has never closed the door of dialogue and negotiations.
“Barzani received Al-Subhan on Sunday evening, which conveyed the greetings and appreciation of the Saudi monarch and crown prince to the government and the people of Kurdistan,” the statement said.

He added that his country “is ready to mediate and prepare the ground for talks to address the problems between Baghdad and Erbil,” stressing “the continuation and development of long-standing friendly relations between Saudi Arabia and the Kurdistan region.”
For his part, Barzani praised the position of King Salman bin Abdul Aziz and his crown prince, noting that “the region has never closed the door of dialogue and negotiations.”
The relationship between the government of Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government increased tension in the recent period, because of the latter’s insistence on a referendum on the secession of the territory from Iraq on September 25.

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Masoum launches an initiative to contain the referendum crisis

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President Fuad Masum announced on Saturday the launch of an initiative for dialogue among political leaders to reach concrete and urgent solutions to ensure that the crisis caused by the referendum in the Kurdistan region is overcome.
“Our dear country faces a political crisis that threatens to aggravate the political process and the supreme national interest in the face of serious threats and threats that our constitutional responsibility does not allow us to leave on the other side,” Masoum said in a statement to his office. The legislative and executive authorities at the Kurdistan and federal levels need to immediately address their treatment as a top priority, regardless of the exceptional efforts necessary to ensure the successful arrival of peaceful and democratic solutions based on the principle of partnership and understanding the aspirations of the Kurds Tan and all other citizens, rejecting provocative and extremist positions and moving forward in laying the necessary trust between the two sides and moving together to build the state of citizenship and the rights we all aspire to. ”
“We have decided to launch an initiative for dialogue and start by inviting leaders and leaders of political forces to hold intensive meetings to reach concrete and urgent solutions to overcome this crisis and work together to achieve common goals and address shortcomings and mistakes, no matter how severe differences of opinion and positions,” he added.
“We are fully confident of our people’s ability to overcome this crisis and come out of it the strongest and most resolute and most resolute and resolute to address the current problems and develop the democratic political system and build a bright future.”
He pointed out that “for the purpose of immediate commencement of the implementation of this initiative, we decided to cancel our travel to the meetings of the General Assembly of the United Nations and mandate the Prime Minister to deliver the word of Iraq.”
The Prime Minister Haider Abadi announced on Saturday, Baghdad’s readiness to intervene militarily if the referendum in the Kurdistan region to violence.

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Masoum: We decided to launch an initiative for dialogue and begin by inviting political leaders to intensive meetings

Date of release: 2017/9/16 21:48 • 119 times read


(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) President Fuad Masoum launched an initiative for dialogue during which he invited political leaders to intensive meetings in order to resolve the political crisis between Baghdad and Erbil.
“Our dear country faces a political crisis that threatens to aggravate the political process and the supreme national interest in the face of grave threats and threats that our constitutional responsibility does not allow us to leave on the west,” he said in a press release. The level of the Kurdistan region and the federal authority to the need to address immediately to address them, as a top priority, whatever the need of extraordinary efforts … To ensure the successful access to peaceful and democratic solutions based on the principle of partnership and understanding the aspirations of the people of Kurdistan and all citizens The rejection of provocative and extremist positions and move forward in laying the necessary trust between the two sides and moving together to build the state of citizenship and the rights we all aspire to. ” “Building for the sake of public interest, we decided to launch an initiative for dialogue and start by inviting leaders and leaders of political forces to hold intensive meetings to reach concrete and urgent solutions to overcome this crisis and to work together to achieve the common goals and address the shortcomings and mistakes, Attitudes “. “We are fully confident in our people’s ability to overcome this crisis and come out of it stronger and more resolute and more determined to address its current problems and develop a democratic political system and build its bright future.” He said Masoum “to cancel his travel to the meetings of the General Assembly of the United Nations and the task of the Prime Minister to give the word of Iraq for the purpose of immediate commencement of the implementation of this initiative.”

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Iraqi President calls for dialogue between Baghdad and Erbil to resolve all outstanding issues

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Rudaw – Erbil The 
President of the Republic of Iraq, Fuad Masum stressed the importance of resorting to constructive dialogue to resolve all outstanding issues between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government. 

The Presidency of the Republic of Iraq, in a statement seen by the network Rowoudao media: “received the President of the Republic, Dr. Fuad Masum in Baghdad on Saturday evening 16/9/2017 Mr. Hadi Amiri Secretary General of the Badr Organization.” According to the statement, “has been during the meeting to discuss developments on the political and security arenas, especially the subject of the referendum of the Kurdistan Region and the war against terrorism and the course of military operations against the organization is calling.” The statement added that “infallible stressed the importance of all efforts to maintain the unity of the national row and coexistence between all components,” stressing the “importance of resorting to constructive dialogue to resolve all outstanding issues between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government.”

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These are the details of the Alternative Project for the referendum

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The United Nations presented a proposal known as the “alternative project” to the President of the Kurdistan Region Massoud Barzani, to abandon the referendum expected on 25 of this month, in exchange for helping to reach an agreement between Baghdad and Erbil in a maximum of three years.
According to the document presented by the UN envoy to Iraq Jan Kubis Thursday to Barzani, and said Agence France-Presse that it obtained a copy in Erbil, the proposal for the Iraqi government and the territorial government immediately launched “negotiations, organized, intensive and intensive, without preconditions and an agenda Open to ways to solve all problems, dealing with the principles and arrangements that will determine future relations and cooperation between Baghdad and Erbil. ”
The two sides should conclude their negotiations within two to three years and can request “the United Nations, on behalf of the international community, to offer its good offices both in the negotiation process and in the development of results and conclusions.”
In contrast, “the government of Kurdistan decides not to hold a referendum on September 25.”
The Kurdistan Parliament of Iraq approved Friday, as expected, to hold a referendum on the independence of the province on schedule.
The document states that “the Security Council shall continue to follow up the implementation of this Agreement through regular reports of the Secretary-General of the United Nations.”
After several setbacks, while accusing the Kurdistan region of Baghdad not to fulfill its promises, the United Nations intends to reassure Erbil by committing to play a key role.
In response to a question by AFP, Kubis said that “there is an offer, if the Kurds agree to this alternative, negotiations will be held.” He said he expected a response from Barzani in “two or three days.”
The interview comes despite the fact that Barzani repeated over the past two days the determination of the region to proceed with the referendum and not to receive any suitable alternative to the referendum.

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Abadi policy : We will use force if the referendum of Kurdistan to violence

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(Reuters) – Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said he was prepared to intervene militarily if the referendum on Kurdish independence results in violence. “If the Iraqi population is threatened with the use of force outside the law, we will intervene militarily,” Abbadi said in an interview with the Associated Press on Saturday. The Kurdistan region plans to hold a referendum on supporting independence from Iraq on September 25 in three provinces that form its autonomous region and in the disputed areas controlled by Kurdish forces, but demanded by Baghdad.

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Al-Amri to Aram Sheikh Mohammed: This is my message to the Kurdish people

 

Date of release:: 2017/9/16 17:45137 times read
(Baghdad: al-Furat News) Secretary General of the Badr Organization Hadi al-Amiri during a meeting with Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Aram Sheikh Mohammed addressed to the Kurdish people.
A statement by the Office of the Vice-President of the House of Representatives, received by the agency {Euphrates News} copy of it today, “Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Aram Sheikh Mohammed, received on Saturday, the Secretary General of the Badr Organization Hadi al-Ameri, and discussed the two sides of the latest developments and security and political developments on Especially the issue of referendum in the Kurdistan region and threats to the Kurds in Baghdad, the center and the south. ” Amiri said during the meeting that “his wishes to resolve the issue of the referendum,” referring to “the existence of historical relations with the Kurdish brothers and they are partners in the homeland and fought in a single trench against the former dictatorial regime,” adding that “the referendum for the separation of the region from Iraq before it harms Baghdad will not hurt In the interest of the Kurds. ” “My message is important to convey through you to the people of Kurdistan and the Kurds in the center and south, that we are working to preserve them as our eyes are, and we will not allow any abuse from any side, and we wish to make more efforts to reach satisfactory solutions and get out of this crisis For the benefit of all. “”Dialogue is the best solution and the only way to solve the problems and get out of this crisis, and we must continue consultations and intensify efforts to reach appropriate solutions on the issue of the referendum,” Sheikh Mohammad stressed.And demanded “to prevent any threat against Kurdish citizens in the south and center and the possibility of calm the situation and encircle the crisis and the prevention of risks for all components of the people to achieve stability for all.”

The United Nations proposes to withdraw from the referendum in Kurdistan in exchange for negotiations with Baghdad

 

© AFP | A picture of the Iraqi Kurdistan parliament in Erbil, northern Iraq, taken on 15 September 2017

BAGHDAD (AFP) – The United Nations has submitted a proposal to the president of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, Massoud Barzani, to abandon the referendum on 25 September, in exchange for helping to reach an agreement between Baghdad and Erbil in a maximum of three years.

According to the document presented by the UN envoy to Iraq, Jan Kubis, Thursday to Barzani, and obtained by AFP in Erbil, the proposal for the Iraqi government and the government of the Territory immediately launched “intensive negotiations, intensive, intensive … Without preconditions And an open agenda on ways to solve all the problems, deals with the principles and arrangements that will determine future relations and cooperation between Baghdad and Erbil. “

The two sides should conclude their negotiations within two to three years and can request “the United Nations, on behalf of the international community, to offer its good offices both in the negotiation process and in the development of results and conclusions.”

On the other hand, “the Kurdistan government decides not to hold a referendum on 25 September.”

The Iraqi Kurdistan parliament approved Friday, as expected, to hold a referendum on the independence of the Northern Territory on schedule.

The document states that “the Security Council shall continue to follow up the implementation of this Agreement through regular reports of the Secretary-General of the United Nations.”

After several setbacks, and while Baghdad accuses Baghdad of failing to keep its promises, the United Nations intends to reassure Erbil by committing itself to playing a key role.

In response to a question by AFP, Kubis said that “there is an offer, if the (Kurds) agree on this alternative will be negotiations,” noting that he expected a response from Barzani during “two or three.”

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The Kurdistan region receives more objections to the independence referendum

 

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Interview with Saadi Bira / member of the Political Bureau of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and Hadi Jalo Mari / head of the Iraqi political decision-making center

The White House said the United States urges the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq to cancel the referendum and engage in dialogue with the central government in Baghdad.

The White House said in a statement that it does not support the referendum, on the separation of the territory from Iraq, saying that it hinders the fight against the organization “Dahesh.”

For his part, Prime Minister of Turkey Ben Ali Yildirim said Friday that his country has drawn up a clear and accurate plan to react if a decision was taken to independence in the referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan.

“The leadership of Iraqi Kurdistan has taken a totally wrong decision and insists on holding a referendum on independence,” he said. “Baghdad opposes it, as do Iran, Turkey, the United States and many other countries.” We do not accept this step that will destroy Iraq’s federal structure. “We will see the reaction of this organization.”

The Iraqi parliament also rejected the decision of the referendum, while at the same time governor of Kirkuk, Najmuddin Karim from office after the decision of the judge to participate in the province of Kirkuk in the referendum scheduled for the 25 of this month.

On these developments, Saadi Pira says: There is no alternative to the referendum yet, so the referendum will be held on schedule, but there are special committees to study what was proposed by the United States of America and the Ambassador of Britain and the representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, and submitted to the leadership of Kurdistan, for the latter study and then presented to the Supreme Committee To the referendum, tomorrow will announce the final decision.

The subject of the referendum was discussed with the United States of America, European countries and Russia. We told them that it was possible to reach an agreement with the central government, but we have no confidence in the Iraqi government to implement what will be agreed upon. By the United Nations, the League of Arab States or the States members of the Security Council. And will be heading to Baghdad in the next few days to enter the second round of dialogue with representatives of the National Alliance, which represents the majority in the Iraqi parliament, and will be a kind of wording for the reasons that prompted the Kurds to think about the referendum. If we get some kind of international guarantees, we will convince the Kurdish community to postpone the referendum.

For his part, says Hadi Glow Meri: President Masoud Barzani is moving ahead with the referendum, but the nature of what will happen after the referendum is the one that will determine the course, and we see today that the Turkish President called for a meeting of the Turkish National Security Council three days before the referendum, which means that the Turkish leadership is fully aware that there is a decision In the Kurdistan region to hold the referendum, so Turkey is forced to take more escalating steps like Baghdad, Damascus and Tehran, where the latter said the referendum will move the region to a dangerous level of confrontation. To date there is no evidence of Barzani’s intention to postpone the referendum.

International positions do not seem to be hard on the Kurds. The Americans are not anti-Kurdish, because they have bases in this region. Even in the event of war, I do not think the Iranians, the Iraqis or the Turks will go away against the Kurds. , If Mr. Barzani decided to annex Kirkuk to the Kurdistan region, I think that Turkey, Iran, Baghdad and Damascus will move, but if not serious steps to annex Kirkuk, I do not think there will be an inevitable confrontation, so the whole subject is linked to the next steps that will follow the vote in The referendum.

Prepared by: Diaa Ibrahim Hassoun

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