“By the 30th?” – Sat. AM TNT Thoughts/News 11-27-21

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Jwill:
If this gets done by the 30th.. it would be great. I guess we wait to see what this weekend will bring. Prayerfully good news

Alf:
If this gets done by the 30th it will be the1st thing they’ve gotten done on time in about 3,000 years!

EJ:
One thing none of us want to hear this year( this is going to be the best Christmas ever). Lol.

Fitzgerald:
EJ AMEN LOL

ITS NOT A MATTER OF IF, BUT WHEN!!!!  THE TRUTH IS ………….ARE YOU READY???????  REMEMBER WE ARE IN THE LINE SOMEWHERE IN THIS PROCESS….ITS CLOSER TODAY THAN IT WAS ON YESTERDAY

I WILL NEVER FORGET THE FIRST TNT CALL I HEARD, TONY SAID THERE WILL BE MASSIVE CONFUSION AND CHAOS WHEN THIS GOES

Alf:
yeah but he didn’t mention how long that end would be!  it’s definitely wild and crazy!

Cutebwoy:
Can the dollar exchange rate return to the previous one in the near future?

{Economist: Al-Furat News} The economic expert, Basem Jamil Antoine, answered the question that is frequently asked in the Iraqi street about the return of the dollar’s price to the previous or changing it, in light of the high prices of goods, especially imported ones. 

Antoine said in a statement to {Euphrates News}, that “what the white paper presented regarding the economic reality and changing the dollar exchange rate, which began to be implemented a whole year ago, cannot be modified or manipulated during the coming periods.”

He added, “The success of dealing with the exchange rate change in some countries, such as Turkey and others, is that they followed the policy of floating the lira, but Iraq at the present time cannot do this.”

He justified the reason, “because his wealth is in the hands of the government, unlike other countries where the economy is dominated by the private sector.

Can the dollar exchange rate return to the previous one in the near future?

Tishwash:
DAVID BULLOCK: WE EXPECT THE FORMATION OF A STABLE AND ACCEPTABLE GOVERNMENT IN IRAQ

November 26: David Pollock, a former advisor to the US State Department and senior researcher at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, expected the formation of a stable government in Iraq that is acceptable internally.. Pollock was excluded during his participation in the “Game of Chairs” program. He is strong in forming the new government in Iraq, but he said that Iranian interference in Iraqi affairs will not stop.

David Pollock, a senior researcher at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, called on the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, as the first winner in the Iraqi elections. He called on him to cooperate with the new generation of young people who reject extremism and partisanship, and said that al-Sadr’s approach will remain within the moderate political path in Iraq.

New confirmation of communications: We do not deal in dollars

The Ministry of Communications confirmed that it does not deal in US dollars in providing its own services.

The ministry’s spokesman, Raad al-Mashhadani, told {Euphrates News}, “The Ministry of Communications is sovereign.

It does not deal in dollars at all, but in Iraqi dinars, and this prompted us to provide a purely Iraqi service, which is (Viber to Home) in Iraqi dinars.”

And he indicated that “the prices of calls for this service amounted from a landline fiber to the last 5 Iraqi dinars, and from a landline fiber to the last provinces, it is 10 dinars, and from my landline to a mobile phone is 50 dinars per minute,” stressing that “these prices are supported by the Ministry of Communications.  link

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