“Overall Endgame” – Sat. AM-PM TNT Thoughts/News 9-10-22



Iraq’s oil exports to America halve in a week

On Saturday, the US Energy Information Administration announced that Iraq’s oil exports to America had halved during the past week

The administration said in a report that “the average US imports of crude oil during the past week from eight countries amounted to 5.782 million barrels per day, an increase of 661,000 barrels per day compared to the previous week, which amounted to 5.121 million barrels per day

She added that “Iraq’s oil exports to America amounted to an average of 222 thousand barrels per day last week, halving from the previous week, when oil exports to America reached an average of 401 thousand barrels per day. She pointed out that “most of America’s oil revenues during the past week came from Canada at a rate of 3.538 million barrels per day, followed by Mexico at a rate of 965,000 barrels per day, and oil revenues from Saudi Arabia at a rate of 423,000 barrels per day, and then Colombia at a rate of 261,000 barrels per day

According to the administration, “the amount of US imports of crude oil from Brazil amounted to an average of 227 thousand barrels per day, from Ecuador at a rate of 144 thousand barrels per day, and from Nigeria at a rate of 2 thousand barrels per day, while it did not import any quantity from Trinidad and Tobago or Russia

Will Kazimi still go to the US and the UN if the people riot and burn the place down

I think so. Based on what I have read about this meeting, I think there’s more going on than meets the eye with this meeting.

If he does and Iraq is burning down how embarrassing

I think one needs to keep in mind what the overall endgame will be. I have to wonder if this is part of that plan. Is this the way the situation is going to force the UN to get involved?

Warnings of an “economic catastrophe” hitting Iraq

Today, Saturday, an expert in economic affairs, Salam Sumaisem, confirmed the impact of the political situation on the economic and financial situation in Iraq during the next stage.

Sumaisem told (the Iraqi Media News Agency / INA) that “there is a great danger of an “economic catastrophe” that will strike Iraq during the next stage, and the first reason for this is the absence of a draft state budget law for two consecutive years, and this is a major financial disaster, and it cannot happen to any country. In the world, and this is due to the current political conflict and disagreement, as it has a significant impact on the economic situation.”

And she indicated that “there is a clear confusion in the management of the financial and economic file, and this will lead to an economic catastrophe that will strike Iraq during the next stage, and that is why everyone should beware of the upcoming economic situation, especially with the absence of a budget law to control public expenditures and prevent wastage of funds, and that is why it must be formed government in order to speed up the legislation of the general budget of the Iraqi state.  link

Its most prominent conditions are to keep Al-Kazemi… Will Al-Sadr’s initiative solve the Iraq crisis?

Iraqi political circles are awaiting the end of Imam Hussein’s fortieth visit to start its political activities, especially that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, put forward a new initiative to end the intractable crisis, which is the longest period in which Iraq remains without a government, after the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime in 2003.

Al -Sadr’s recent initiative stipulated that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi should remain in office, as well as the President of the Republic, Barham Salih , to manage a transitional phase and hold early elections.

He also demanded the dissolution of the House of Representatives through the resignation of his allies, such as the Kurdistan Democratic Party headed by Masoud Barzani, as well as the Sovereignty Alliance headed by Muhammad al-Halbousi and Khamis al-Khanjar .

The forces of the coordination framework refuse to keep Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi in his position to manage the next stage, citing his incompatibility with the practices of the armed factions and their desire to impose their control over the reins of power in the country and his implicit opposition to Iran’s policy, as he is a pragmatic figure who managed to achieve successes at the diplomatic level by restoring relations closely. Between Iraq and its Arab surroundings, which angered the groups loyal to Tehran.

Worried about Al-Kazemi’s survival

The coordinating framework forces fear that Al-Kazemi will remain to manage the upcoming elections, while observers believe that this is due to their desire to make a change in the numbers or falsify some of the election results, which means the need for an ally president for those forces.

Al-Sadr believes that keeping Al-Kazemi will be a balancing factor between the two parties for his independence, as he was able to hold elections that were widely accepted internationally in terms of their reasonable integrity.

Al-Sadr fears the advent of a new prime minister, with the support of the framework forces, which means that punitive measures may be taken against him or his supporters, such as the implementation of judicial warrants issued against Sadrist leaders, last month.

Al-Sadr rejects any return to Parliament sessions, and wants to dissolve it in any way, while observers say that Al-Sadr has his allies in Parliament, such as Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, as well as his deputy from the Democratic Party, Shakhwan Abdullah, which means the possibility of returning Parliament sessions, to take the required measures.

Coordinator looks forward to a new government

It seems that the coordinating framework is continuing in its vision to form an Iraqi government away from al-Sadr and impose his will, which led to large protests in the country from supporters of the Sadrist movement, to violent clashes between his supporters and the Shiite factions affiliated with the coordinating framework, which caused the killing and wounding of dozens, and a great crack that is difficult to reconcile in The popular Shiite community.

In response to Al-Sadr’s initiative, the leader of the Coordination Framework Forces, Ali Al-Fatlawi, said that “any talk about extending the government of Mustafa Al-Kazemi is rejected, and this government cannot be maintained to be supervising the early elections, especially since it is a daily caretaker government, and it does not have full powers.”

He added in a press statement, ” Al- Kazemi’s government was an essential part of the crisis that Iraq is currently going through, and for this it is not possible to maintain the government or even give a second term to Al-Kazemi, and work is proceeding towards forming a new government.”

blurry decisions

The researcher in Iraqi political affairs, Rahim Al-Shammari, believes that “there is a blurring of decisions, and a stream of tweets and daily statements that complicate the political scene, without committing to a clear approach, or a single plan, which makes the political situation in great dispersion, which led us to what We are on it now.”

Al-Shammari added, in an interview with “Sky News Arabia”, that “the existing conflict does not represent the will of the people, and there are those who put their personal interests ahead of the public interest, for example, some parties refuse the resignation of their representatives, agents and ministers who represent them, and this feature is what guides the political scene in the country.” .

Observers of the Iraqi affairs believe that al-Sadr proposed a step towards a solution, as it came on the grounds that the President of the Republic was characterized by moderation, and his recent speech laid out a road map for early elections and constitutional amendments, and did not speak on a political side.

But despite this, the so-called extreme right within the coordination framework still rejects this path, and wants to form a new government, which will take upon itself the management of the country for the next stage, and the holding of early elections, while the movement will be with the fortieth visit a new round of political activity, in the hope of reaching to solutions.    link

Source: Dinar Recaps

Where does Iran get the Iraqi dinar from? .. An expert explains

On Friday, the professor of economics at the University of Basra, Nabil Al-Marsoumi, shed light on how Iran obtained the Iraqi dinar.  

Al-Marsoumi said in a blog post, followed by “Nass” (September 9, 2022): “The Governor of the Central Bank of Iran announced the identification of 25 Iranian banks in addition to exchange offices to sell the Iraqi dinar to Iranians wishing to pay the Arbaeen visit of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him.”    

He added, “It is known that Iraqi merchants (due to US sanctions on Iran) pay the values of their imports from Iran in euros, Iraqi dinar and Iranian riyals, and therefore the source of the Iraqi dinar in Iran is linked to Iraq’s trade with Iran  link

In lieu of the article: Maliki’s condition for new elections” they may as well get ready for the UN/US at the end of the month.

The UN. US needs to get a move on it.. these people waste so much time..

Agreed, yada. We just need someone to step over the line!

On its own, Iraq is incapable of any kind of lasting solution to its sectarian, tribal problems. On top of that, a foreign country (Iran) is controlling Iraq. Tony has been preaching this point for quite some time.  When the US/UN is very involved in Iraq, Iraq is more autonomous and peaceful. We have had a decade of schooling/history on what happens in Iraq when the US/UN bails out.

There is no solution. This has been going in circles for now nearly nine months. Talk …zero action.. Maybe that will change by 9/17. Sure hope so

hmm what are they expecting?

Closing the legislative gate in the Green Zone with concrete blocks higher than the previous one (video)  link

The fortieth anniversary imposes a truce of conflict..and hopes for a political agreement that lays the path of reform

The parties to the crisis in Iraq postponed the escalation, in an unwritten agreement, after the Federal Court decided to reject the lawsuit to dissolve Parliament.

One of the reasons for the delay is the Arbaeen ceremonies, when millions of pilgrims flock to Karbala on the Arbaeen of Imam Hussein.

The leader of the Victory Alliance, Haider al-Abadi, did not hide his fear of the next stage, and said in a tweet to him: After the Federal Court’s decision, I call for presenting an initiative based on Article 64 of the Constitution, and within a scheduled political agreement that includes early elections and their laws and institutions, under the supervision of a government with full powers, The House of Representatives was dissolved, stressing that order, stability, peace and development are top national priorities, and they are in the interest of all.

As for the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Hoshyar Zebari, who criticized the court’s decision, he called for the return of the Sadrist movement’s deputies to parliament, and said in a tweet to him: After the decision of the Federal Court, which did not heal a wound and did not resolve an issue, politicians have practically no choice but to come to an understanding on the return of Deputies of the Sadrist movement that won (in the elections) to Parliament, with the legal ground, and the framework withdrawing its candidate for the Council of Ministers, to dismantle the crisis first.

The researcher in Iraqi political affairs, Basil Hussein, considered that the court’s decision contains a contradiction between the introduction and the end, and lacks normativeness that should be a rule in its rulings, and that the decision does not belong to the rules of general theories in constitutional interpretation, and includes open ends of interpretation.

Internal political parties in Iraq were counting on the lawsuit that was dismissed, as one of the outcomes of resolving the current crisis, on the grounds that the judicial ruling will be binding on all parties, especially since the complaint was submitted by the Sadrist movement, which accuses Parliament of failing to fulfill its constitutional obligations, including choosing a president for parliament.

And the formation of a new government, although more than 10 months have passed since the elections.

Source: Dinar Recaps


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