“Dust is Settling” – Sat. AM/PM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ MilitiaMan 4-9-22

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Samson » April 9th, 2022

Al-Kazemi is the son of a patriotic family and the sacrifices of a great people

9th April, 2022

Whoever knows Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, will know that he is a man coming from a clear national struggle background, and he will know that he is the son of a family afflicted by the tyranny of the dictatorship, and he has suffered the injustices he suffered, as he suffered most of the Iraqi families that fate was destined to fall between the clutches of a criminal regime such as Saddam Hussein’s criminal regime.

Al-Kazemi accompanied all the struggle and struggle of the Iraqi people, since at least the mid-eighties of the last century. Crimes and misdeeds.

Al-Kazemi, who comes from the legacy of my struggle, is a not unknown figure in the history of Iraq. Rather, he is one of the most important actors in the opposition press, and one of the biggest witnesses to the history of criminality, and one of those who contributed to the moral, legal and international trial of that regime.

The opportunity is appropriate and appropriate to remind the political forces that are holding on to the country’s decision today, to take into account the importance of choosing militant national figures such as Al-Kazemi to put them in positions of national responsibility and to assume pivotal roles as Al-Kazemi assumes his role as he continues to push democracy forward and consolidate human rights principles, and promote the legal state and the protection of social, cultural and national diversity in a constitutional, free and sovereign Iraq.   LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps


Samson » April 9th, 2022

The Supreme Judiciary: There is no constitutional provision related to the term caretaker government

9th April, 2022

The Supreme Judicial Council confirmed today, Saturday, the absence of a constitutional text regarding the caretaker government.

The head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, said, according to the official agency, that “there is no constitutional text related to the term caretaker government, just as there is no explicit text of the term emergency government.”

The discussion is taking place during the current period and after the end of the period specified for forming the new government, by going to the caretaker government or an emergency government.  LINK

DeepWoodz » April 9th, 2022

This clears up a lot of the disinformation that’s been happening for years. Now it’s on record that the current government is not a crippled, weak, or powerless government. In fact it’s the best government they’ve ever had, and the one that will get credit for bringing Iraq back from the dark ages. 

Godson » April 9th, 2022

Imo… This would put everything on the Cbi( and other entities) besides the government… Imo the government may never be as straight as others would want like ours…. Can the CBI finally take floor and change Iraq…

MilitiaMan » April 9th, 2022

Good day to you Deepwoodz. I agree with you on that.. There has been disinformation and plenty of it. Not only when it comes to the ability of the government to help with crisis, but, also with the ability to allow for the present caretaker government to implement budgets.

As budgets can be considered to be an integral part of the society’s needs to function and with out a budget in place it can be considered to be an economic emergency, that hurts the citizens, therefore, the caretaker government has the powers to satisfy their needs.

The 2022 budget apparently fits the circumstances in the present time, as an emergency issue. That budget could be on the table this next week.

The automation of the borders apparently are ready to go digitally. The BUNA plat form is ready and tested. The dust that may need to settle is settling. That dust imo is the political side of things.

We are seeing the pressure being put out to get the government sorted. They have had three options. One option has passed as of the 04/06/2022. The remaining two are underway and at play now. One of them is to keep negotiating while even they are out of the constitutional time frame.

The talk was that even that they are out of the constitutional time frame a few more days to get it right may not be so bad. The point was to get it right.

The last option is the approved by the court ability to use the emergency government “caretaker” for up to a year.

Either way the last two options are in the citizens favor and therefore in ours.. So the dust looks to be in a place for settlement. 

 As does the 2022 budget is to be presented in short order. Possibly as early as next week. They have it all in our faces now.. Imo… I like where we are.. ~ MM

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Head of the Supreme Judicial Council: The Iraqi constitution authorizes the “emergency government”

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President of the Republic: There is an urgent need today to meet the Iraqis’ demand for rational governance

Salih stressed that “the need is urgent today to meet the demand of all Iraqis for a rational rule that transcends the mistakes and loopholes of experience, and to address the structural defect in the system of governance that requires real and radical reform that cannot be postponed. It puts the interests of the citizens above all else. He pointed out that “today, after two decades of change, our country is going through a sensitive circumstance in the midst of a political impasse and the delay in constitutional benefits beyond their specified dates, which is totally unacceptable after more than five months have passed since early elections were held in response to a popular movement and national consensus as a means for reform and ensuring political stability.” correcting the wrong paths, improving the conditions of citizens and responding to their demands.”

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Al-Amiri: We have to get Iraq out of its ordeal to a space of freedom and restore dignity

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Democratic Bloc: Everyone must unite efforts to speed up the formation of a national government

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Al-Kazemi: April 9 is a renewed occasion to remember the need to adopt the approach of reform and justice

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Al-Kazemi calls for learning from the mistakes of the past: building the state and its institutions is the most important requirement

Building the state and its institutions is the most important requirement, as it means reconstruction and reform, and strengthening the presence and role of institutions. Building the state means armed forces capable of protecting the homeland, its land and its borders against all challenges, and it means a strong economy, cooperation and partnership with the ocean and the world.
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Mustafa Al-Kazemi leads great efforts to support the poor

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Adviser to Al-Kazemi: Iraq is in an excellent financial situation, and it is time to quickly approve the budget

8th April, 2022

Saleh added, “We imagine that it is time to present the financial budget law as soon as possible, especially since its draft for 2022 has been prepared for a long time and can be submitted and some amendments made to it.”

Gem » April 9th, 2022

Since there was never a such thing as a caretaker govrnment in Iraq, then would this fall under the difinition of fact news, and if so where did it start from?
IMO

DeepWoodz » April 9th, 2022

Imo  From Wikipedia. 

“The Iraqi Interim Government was created by the United States and its coalition allies as a caretaker government to govern Iraq until the drafting of the new constitution following the National Assembly election conducted on January 30, 2005. The Iraqi Interim Government itself took the place of the Coalition Provisional Authority (and the Iraq Interim Governing Council) on June 28, 2004, and was replaced by the Iraqi Transitional Government on May 3, 2005.”

Source: Dinar Recaps

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