“Kicking of the Can” – Tues. PM TNT Thoughts/News 8-31-21

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Carter:
Does anybody else think the can still get kicked down the road again with everything going on?

Kaseyko1:
Carter, I don’t think the can will be kicked again; I think we are truly at the end of the road! I’m hopeful we’ll see something by the end of the week; there’s too many good things that have happened & Iraq & CBI are doing a lot of talking about what they’re doing; can only mean good things.

MountainMole:
The kicking of the can. The can can only be kicked until it’s no longer a can or they come to the end of the road. Both have occurred IMHO

TNDOC:
Mountain mole, I agree. They try kicking the can again, it is going to bounce right back to them.

Kaseyko1:
Things have never looked so good for us like what we are seeing right now!

MountainMole:
This will be a September to remember

Tishwash:
Nassar Al-Rubaie: The just distribution of the wealth of the Iraqis is the one that unites them

The leader of the Sadrist movement, Nassar al-Rubaie, confirmed, on Monday, that the federal system in Iraq is the best solution in the way of governance in Iraq.  

 Al-Rubaie said, during his participation in the “Al-Rafidain Forum for Dialogue” and followed by “Nass” (August 31, 2021): “Any people of multiple sects and ethnicities, especially in Iraq, have become partisan pluralism, which is an ethnic and sectarian representation, as partisan pluralism has strengthened that The problem is that she takes this or that identity.  

He pointed out that “Iraq needs a political will to build a strong modern state that fulfills the hopes of the Iraqi people, and is based on a fair distribution, because the unified for the Iraqis is the equitable distribution of wealth.”  

He pointed out that “the political process in Iraq has gone through several controversies and the regime in 2003 fell as a result of the occupation of legislators from the United Nations.”  

He continued, “The dialectic of occupation and liberation continues until the moment, instead of discussing progress in the field of development and news,” noting that “the mechanism in which the constitution was written was dependent on the transitional government, and the greatest harm in it is that the occupation does not exit without the presence of a constitution and a legitimate government.”  

Al-Rubaie stressed, “The constitution needs to explain many of its paragraphs instead of jurisprudence, and the Federal Court is concerned with this matter.”  

And he touched on the oil and gas law, stressing that “if the oil and gas law was approved, it would achieve sustainable development in all sectors in Iraq, and would put an end to the trespassers on the country’s wealth.”   link

Source: Dinar Recaps

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