Dinarland Highlights for March 27, 2022

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Dinarland Highlights – 3.27.22

Godlover (KTFA)

Question:
Why do you assume they cant complete anything during Ramadan? Are there any articles to state this opinion?

Hence my opinion. Although I cannot prove my theory, because it is a theory, I have been in this from the very beginning & Ramadan is VERY sacred to them & very little is done during this holiday & I honestly expect nothing less. Furthermore, per a few previous articles, they were talking about expecting the budget around the time I had stated [Mid-year].

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Mountain Goat

The CBI has told me in the past and is still telling me that, when the time is ready, they will “openly” inform the world on this project to delete the zeros and “proudly” show it off…This is part of going Global, International.

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Clare (KTFA)

Iraq exports oil derivatives to the United States after banning Russian imports

Quote:
According to data from the Kepler research company, last year Russia’s share of US fuel oil imports was just under half, and Mexico’s share was 20% and the Middle East was about 5%.  But preliminary data from the tanker-tracking “Refinitiv Icon” showed that Middle East supplies will make up at least 17% of US fuel oil purchases in April.”

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MilitiaMan (KTFA)

Article:
In the names.. members of the Finance Committee after the parliament vote

…The Finance Ministry (FM) side of the monetary reform process is looking to be ready to go with approved committee in place. I suspect that the CBI is has been ready, as well. It is the CBI and FM that need to work in conjunction with each other with respect to the exchange rate change back to a previous era that will usher them into a new era moving forward. One that brings purchasing power…

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BGG

…some actual perspective might be in order for today. Iraq has just undergone a major electoral shift during these last early elections. It has trended towards a much more reformist, “for the people” agenda. The margins are very, very close. Some of the old guard in Parliament is holding on for dear life. It appears currently they [old guard] have just enough support to temporarily block the formation of this reformist government.  I do not expect these obstructionist margins to sustain. They [Sadr and the reformist] will get this done… and isn’t that what everyone wants?  Long term reforms in Iraq?

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Samson (KTFA)

Article:
A legal expert clarifies the time period for choosing the President of the Republic and reveals the details of dissolving Parliament

Quote:
in the event that the new president of the republic is not chosen, the parliament’s presidency can postpone it until April 6 only.  If we exceed this period…we will be facing an irresolvable failure, and Parliament may be dissolved...”

Iraqi Dinar Revaluation and Global Currency Reset News | Dinar Chronicles

Courtesy of Dinar Guru

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