“Whole World Going Digital” – Sat. AM TNT Thoughts/News 3-19-22



Iraq: Activists gather for new demonstrations

Iraqi activists in Baghdad, Dhi Qar and Babil said today, Friday, that they began mobilizing to organize new demonstrations, the dates of which have not been set yet, to demand the settlement of electoral benefits and the formation of a new government that can face the waves of high prices and unemployment, while emphasizing the demands of the first demonstrations that erupted in the last quarter. From 2019 and lasted for more than 14 months in more than 10 cities in the south and center of the country and Baghdad.

Despite the end of the demonstrations with the closure of the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi, the last protest fields in Baghdad and Dhi Qar in the south of the country, and the dispersal of the sit-ins, some of which took place by force, the Iraqi civil movement is still so far looming the possibility of re-demonstrations at any time, which observers consider a major pressure card on the forces

The political situation, many of which declined in popularity following popular protests calling for service and political reforms and an end to sectarian quotas in running the country.

According to activists from Babil Governorate, south of Baghdad, “the demonstrations that are being prepared may take place during the next week in Baghdad, and they will be simultaneously with similar demonstrations in Dhi Qar, Babil and other cities,” stressing that “the demonstrations will be in coordination with the security forces and will not witness any Escalation, as there will be no movement outside the pre-determined areas for the demonstration, and they can be considered as initial messages to the political forces.”

And last week, the civil activist, Dergham Majid, was attacked by security personnel affiliated with a member of parliament from the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr, and he was seriously wounded.

After the incident, Majed threatened to move again to mobilize to peacefully demonstrate in front of the Iraqi parliament to reject the mechanism for distributing positions between influential parties, in addition to political conflicts over the way to choose the President of the Republic.

For his part, the activist from Najaf Governorate, Ali Al-Hujaimi, stated that “the demonstration coordinators in the cities of southern Iraq are currently working on organizing unified demonstrations in Baghdad,” explaining, to “Al-Araby Al-Jadeed”, that “Babylon may be the nucleus of the beginning of the protests, considering that” The popular movement was subjected to great cruelty by the security forces, but it is necessary to move towards renewing the demands called for by the October demonstrations, for which hundreds of victims fell.

For his part, activist and member of the Iraqi Communist Party, Ayham Rashad, suggested that popular demonstrations will return in the coming months, specifically after July, and the electricity and water shortages that are accompanied each year.

He confirmed to “Al-Araby Al-Jadeed” that “the protesters in Baghdad have received notifications about the demonstrations that may start next week, but so far, the exact date or place of the start of the protests has not been determined.”

And the independent deputy in the Iraqi parliament, Hadi Al-Salami, believes that “the call for new demonstrations is a natural and expected thing, especially with the authorities, influential parties and armed factions continuing to practice aggressiveness with the rebellious youth in order to reform the situation in the country.”

And he continues his conversation with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, that “independent deputies will be supportive of any social or protest movement that rejects the forces of arms.”

The Iraqi demonstrations erupted on October 1, 2019, after calls were launched on social media following the deterioration of services and the exacerbation of the unemployment rate, before it exploded widely in Baghdad and the cities of southern and central Iraq. 

The demonstrations witnessed unprecedented violence, especially after armed groups, described as “the third party”, entered the line of killing, suppressing and kidnapping protesters and activists. The violence led to the killing of about 800 demonstrators and the injury of more than 27 thousand, at a time when no party involved in these acts was held accountable  link

Disclosure of a new agreement between Baghdad and Erbil regarding oil and salaries of Kurdistan employees – urgent

Today, Saturday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party revealed a new agreement between Baghdad and Erbil regarding oil and the salaries of employees of the Kurdistan .region The representative of the Democratic Party, Dana Jaza, told (Baghdad Today), that “the agreement concluded with the federal government regarding the delivery of 250 . ” thousand barrels of oil was not adhered to by Baghdad

Jaza added, “The government of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi was cooperative, “.but there are political parties that tried to obstruct reaching an agreement He continued, “A new agreement that adheres to the constitution and the law will take place after the formation of the new government and the approval of the “.current year’s budget,” stressing “the need to observe the constitution and the law    link

US Central Command: The Baghdad government wants US forces to stay in Iraq

The commander of the US Central Command “Centcom”, General Kenneth McKenzie, said that he does not know how long his country’s soldiers will remain in Syria, and that this depends on decision-makers in Washington.

This came in a video conference held by the US Department of Defense, “Pentagon”, on Friday, to assess developments in the Middle East.

He stressed that the US forces are present in Iraq at the invitation of the Baghdad government, noting that the latter wants the military presence not only of the United States, but of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization “NATO” as well.

He stressed that all arrangements related to the US forces in Iraq will be made in consultation with the Baghdad government, adding: “Of course we want a normal security cooperation agreement in the future and a long-term deployment.”   link

I see bank of Mosul is going digital. Cell phone banking apps for commercial and retail banking. Quite a change for Iraq.

Well, Rvalready the whole world is going digital and that is not necessarily good!.. digital means you and I have less control over our bank accounts. Look at what happened in Canada recently.

It i s just a jump for Iraq. Only about 20% of the populace even has a bank account. Now going full digital

I heard from a very low down source, we could see something this week end through wed next week… all eyes ae now on the USA waiting on the NOD!

Source: Dinar Recaps

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Ahmed al-Rubaie, a member of the national approach alliance, said Thursday that there is a serious parliamentary direction to restore the exchange rate.

“Many members of the house of representatives and blocs are still pushing for the exchange rate to be restored, because it has caused damage to many poor and middle classes, especially the staff, whose salaries have been deducted indirectly by raising the exchange rate,” Al-Rubaie told the national news center.

“There are a lot of serious trends for quite a few members of the house of representatives to restore the exchange rate,” he added.

The most important of which is the budget.. Three laws are on top of the Legislative Council’s priorities

A member of the House of Representatives from the Sovereignty Bloc, MP Ahmed Mazhar Al-Janabi, confirmed today, Saturday, that Parliament seeks to pass three important laws. 

Al-Janabi said, according to the official media, that “there are a number of laws that the House of Representatives seeks to approve, the most important of which are the budget law, the provincial councils, and the amendment of some paragraphs in the general amnesty law and its presentation to the House of Representatives.”

He pointed out that “the general amnesty law does not mean amnesty for terrorists, but there are oppressed people in prisons whose grievances must be looked at,” noting that “the provincial councils’ law was not voted on in the previous session.”

Al-Janabi added that “the provincial council law will be presented again to make the amendments, and they are included in the constitution,” explaining that “since 2013, no elections have been held for the provincial council, and there is a need to activate the law to complete the constitutional entitlement.

Source: Dinar Recaps


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