Sudden closure of the main entrance to the green zone
A security source said on Monday that the entrance to the Green Zone was closed from the side of Baghdad International Airport, without knowing the reasons yet.
The source told Shafak News Agency, that the security authorities allowed the fortified area to pass exclusively to those who have a special pass – a transit bag – and closed the entrance to the rest. link
They don’t seem to give a …. if they have a government or not! Talk, talk, talk, settles nothing with them.
We have been told the PTB does not want us toothless crackheads to have this. IMO they are waiting for us to give up and walk away
Looks like kazimi will be embarrassed here since nothing got done that the international community wanted, they ignored the imf. No government. Just a tribal society. Maliki still calling the shots….Hopefully that will change in next 48 hours
Tish: “The first step is to dissolve Parliament… an extension that lays out a road map to defuse the crisis”. Read this folks because it sets the path they are to follow to diffuse the situation and DISSOLVE parliament. Considering the US/UN are set to come back in if nothing is done. Their holiday ends the 16-17th. Parliament is set to meet.
The Iraqi crisis is about to escalate
An opinion poll conducted by “Al-Bayan” on its website and on its Twitter account showed that the political crisis in Iraq is heading towards a return to escalation to the street, which was confirmed by 60 percent of the respondents, via the site, and 65.5 percent of the respondents. On Twitter, 40 percent of the respondents said that the crisis is heading towards a satisfactory settlement for all parties, which was supported by 34.5 percent of Twitter.
On the content of the poll, journalist and writer Kamal Zakarneh confirmed that the indicators point towards a settlement that brings all political parties together at one table, and although there is an apparent rejection of the Sadrist movement’s initiative, in the end the coordination framework will meet in order to open new channels of dialogue, as all parties are in their interest. Reaching a settlement that satisfies all components in a peaceful and democratic way, away from high-level escalation.
A strong desire, and
Zakarna described: There is a desire on the part of the regional powers influencing the Iraqi scene to make the initiative a success, but it is now in the stage of exerting pressure in order to achieve more gains. Now they are awaiting the scene and what will happen in the country. Taking to the streets is not the best option, and they have fears of a possible escalation between the opposing forces. According to Zakarneh, the coming stages will include more quarrels and labors to reach an agreement, and this means that the content of the initiative will not see the light of day quickly, but rather it will require not a little time that will result in a parliament and a government of national unity.
The logical solution
On the other hand, the director of the Thuraya Center for Studies, d. Muhammad Al-Jaribi pointed out that the logical solution is to go to the dissolution of Parliament and hold elections in a fair manner, away from the quota system and sectarianism. Settling between political forces is not that easy. These forces want to preserve their gains, and therefore Iraq will not be stable unless the national interest prevails over interests. Personal. Al-Jaribi added: “Iraq is currently going through a phase of political impasse, and there are fears that the situation will deteriorate more than it is, but it will not reach the military escalation, however, this will affect the Iraqi people negatively.” link
Central Bank: Iraq’s reserves of gold and currencies have grown over the past two years
The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Mikheib, met today, Monday, the European Union Ambassador to Iraq Villa Variola.
A statement issued by the Central Bank stated that during the meeting, which was attended by the Director General of the Center for Banking Studies at the Central Bank of Iraq, bilateral economic and banking relations were discussed, especially in the field of training.
The governor affirmed the existence of “good” relations with the European Union countries, and said, “We seek to develop them.”
He also referred to the growing reserves of the Central Bank of Iraq of gold and foreign currencies during the last two years, and their positive impact on achieving financial stability in Iraq.
The governor expressed his desire to enhance cooperation in the field of training for workers in the Iraqi banking sector, and to benefit from the expertise in European banking institutions.
For his part, the Ambassador of the European Union praised the efforts of the Central Bank to remove Iraq from the European list of high-risk countries, expressing his desire to strengthen Iraqi-European relations in the economic fields.
The ambassador pointed to the desire of a number of large European banks to finance investment projects, especially in the field of renewable energy, given the opportunities that Iraq possesses in this aspect. link
The Governor of the Central Bank discusses with the European Union the file of the Iraqi economy
The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Mikheif, received today, Monday, the Ambassador of the European Union to Iraq, Villa Variola.
According to a statement to the bank’s media, “during the meeting, which was attended by the Director General of the Center for Banking Studies at the Central Bank of Iraq, bilateral economic and banking relations were discussed, especially in the field of training.”
The governor welcomed the ambassador, stressing that “there are good relations with the countries of the European Union, and we seek to develop them.”
He pointed to the growing reserves of the Central Bank of Iraq of gold and foreign currencies during the last two years, and their positive impact on achieving financial stability in Iraq.
The governor presented his “desire to enhance cooperation in the field of training for workers in the Iraqi banking sector, and to benefit from the expertise in European banking institutions.”
For his part, the Ambassador of the European Union praised “the efforts of the Central Bank to remove Iraq from the European list of high-risk countries,” noting “his desire to strengthen Iraqi-European relations in the economic fields.”
The ambassador pointed to the desire of a number of large European banks to finance investment projects, especially in the field of renewable energy, given the opportunities that Iraq possesses in this aspect. .
It is noteworthy that the Center for Banking Studies at the Central Bank of Iraq annually holds dozens of training courses for government and private bank employees to develop the capabilities of their employees, according to the statement. link
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