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Samson » August 29th, 2022

Announcing a comprehensive curfew in Baghdad

29th August, 2022

The Iraqi security forces decided today, Monday, to impose a comprehensive curfew in the capital, Baghdad.

The Joint Operations Command said, in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, that it announces a comprehensive curfew in the capital, Baghdad, and includes all vehicles and citizens, starting from three thirty in the afternoon today, Monday.

Earlier today, dozens of Sadrist protesters headed towards the Green Zone in the center of the capital, Baghdad, amid reports of storming the government palace and other sovereign buildings.   LINK

Dozens of demonstrators storm the Iraqi Republican Palace

29th August, 2022

Dozens of demonstrators affiliated with the Sadrist movement stormed the Iraqi Republican Palace in the Green Zone on Monday.

Shafak News Agency correspondent said that the demonstrators entered the palace an hour after they surrounded it.

Earlier, dozens of demonstrators headed towards the Green Zone in the center of the capital, Baghdad.

Shafaq News Agency’s reporter said that dozens of demonstrators entered the Green Zone to support the sit-in, as the region is witnessing great tension.

Meanwhile, joint operations announced a curfew in the capital, Baghdad.  LINK

Al-Kazemi directs to suspend the work of the Council of Ministers until further notice

29th August, 2022

On Monday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi suspended the council’s sessions until further notice, against the background of the escalating events in the Green Zone by supporters of the Sadrist movement.

In a brief statement received by Shafaq News, Al-Kazemi’s media office stated that the latter directed the Cabinet to suspend its sessions until further notice; This is due to the entry of a group of demonstrators to the headquarters of the Council of Ministers represented in the Government Palace.

Earlier today, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, announced his retirement from political work and the closure of all political, media and social institutions associated with him, and stressed his followers not to use his name or the name of the movement in any political or media activity.

As a result, the sit-in of the Sadrist movement’s supporters in the Green Zone turned into storming the Republican Palace in the Green Zone and declaring a general mobilization. LINK

The second presidential fortification in Iraq falls to the hands of the demonstrators.. A return to the era of the monarchy or a new Sri Lankan scenario

29th August, 2022

The dust settled an hour after the siege, with the Sadrists declaring their control of the government palace, the headquarters of the prime minister led by Mustafa Al-Kazemi, after storming Parliament, opening the door to open scenarios.

After the leader of the Sadrist movement announced his “departure” from the political scene, the door remained wide open to what was happening inside the Green Zone, the stronghold of all the presidencies and the gateway to “the Sadrist change,” as the protesters say.

Repaint history

With the Sadrists storming the government palace, the second stronghold of the three presidencies, after the House of Representatives, Iraqis return to their minds back, specifically to the period of overthrowing the rule of the monarchy and the way to end the rule, including former Prime Minister Nuri al-Saeed, and other leaders of the government at the time, although the method may differ now, but the parameters of the change remain the same, with the Sadrists calling for “regime change” with what they call the “Ashura revolution.”

Sri Lanka scenario looms

In the contemporary reality, the demonstrators, who are of different age groups, mostly youth, lived through the era of the revolution in Sri Lanka and the famous video from within the Asian country in which the people revolted against their leaders, and the storming of the presidential palace.

It seems that the Iraqi scene of storming the government palace, the second stronghold of the three Iraqi presidencies, and disrupting work in it after disrupting the work of the Iraqi parliament. Permanent political action.

A political solution to the current crisis does not appear on the horizon, with the fall of the second presidential castle after sources revealed that al-Sadr himself rejected government and political requests to intervene and end the matter and prevent the matter from worsening inside the Green Zone.

They started an early “zero hour” and are still maintaining their positions by bringing down the government palace after Parliament, despite security attempts to get them out to the palace courtyard at least, but the most prominent title of the fall of the parliament building and the government is the continuous “disruption” with the presence of the Sadrists inside or outside it, with al-Sadr raising his hand as for the demonstrations, the scene is open to every possibility.  LINK

Announcing a comprehensive curfew throughout Iraq

29th August, 2022

The Joint Operations Command announced on Monday a comprehensive curfew in all governorates of Iraq.

A joint operations statement received by Shafaq News stated that the imposition of a curfew in all parts of Iraq will come into effect “from seven o’clock in the evening today, Monday, until further notice.”

The Joint Operations Command announced earlier today a comprehensive curfew in the capital, Baghdad, against the backdrop of the Sadrist movement’s storming of the government palace.

Earlier today, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, announced his retirement from political work and the closure of all political, media and social institutions associated with him. He also stressed to his followers not to use his name or the name of the movement in any political or media activity.

As a result, the Green Zone witnessed the start of what the Sadrists call the “zero hour”, as they turned their sit-in into storming the Republican Palace in the region, and declaring a general mobilization.  LINK

The Governor of Dhi Qar decides to suspend the official working hours tomorrow, Tuesday

08/29/2022 19:43:48

The Governor of Dhi Qar, Muhammad Hadi Al-Ghazi, announced that the official working hours in the governorate will be suspended tomorrow, Tuesday.

And his office stated in a statement that {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, that: “The governor decided to suspend the official working hours in all government departments and institutions,” with the exception of “the security services of all kinds.” LINK

After Somalia and Libya, Iraq is at the bottom of the list of “least peaceful” countries

29th August, 2022

The Australian Institute of International Thought for Economics and Peace (IEP) classified on Monday four Arab countries, including Iraq, as “the least peaceful”.

The institute, which is concerned with defining and providing measurement principles to diagnose the relationship between them and business and prosperity, said in a report seen by Shafak News Agency, that “virtuous countries enjoy greater income growth, a stronger currency and higher foreign investment, not to mention better political stability and a stronger relationship with the individual level of happiness.” Plasmodium”.

He added that “the table compiled by the institute covers 163 independent countries and regions that comprise 99.7% of the world’s population, and the ranking is based on 23 indicators grouped into three criteria: community safety and security; the extent of ongoing domestic and international conflict; and the degree of militarization.”

He explained that “Iraq ranked 157th out of 163 countries listed in the table as the least peaceful countries after countries experiencing political and security instability, including Somalia, Libya and Sudan.”

The website indicated that “Iceland came as the most peaceful country, followed by New Zealand second, then Ireland third, Denmark fourth and Austria fifth, while Afghanistan ranked as the least peaceful country in the world at 163rd, preceded by Yemen at 162nd, Syria at 161 and Russia 160th.”

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DoTalkToMe » August 29th, 2022

Samalia, Libya… Iraq is third worst country to live in. 
Over 6 thousand years of history. They are still backwards and tribal.  Really sad. IMO

Source: Dinar Recaps


Samson » August 29th, 2022

Al-Kazemi’s most prominent advisor: We have an abundance of money without legal cover to spend it! 

28th August, 2022

Adviser to the Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Haitham al-Jubouri, confirmed today, Sunday, that the government has an abundance of money without the ability to invest it because it is not classified by law.

Al-Jubouri said in an interview with (Baghdad Today), that “there is an abundance of money with the government, but it cannot invest it.”

He added that “that abundance did not enter the paragraphs of the Food Security Law, as well as the Federal Court’s decision is clear on the issue of not sending any bill through the caretaker government, and this is what prevented us from classifying this abundance legally.”  LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps

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