Samson » October 5th, 2022
Next Sunday .. a parliamentary committee hosts the governor of the Central Bank
5th October, 2022
The Presidency of the House of Representatives informed the governor and members of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Iraq, to set next Sunday as a date for hosting them in the Parliamentary Finance Committee, to discuss themes related to the bank’s work, currency auction and financial transfers. LINK
Gem » October 5th, 2022
I have a question about the last two cc’s and the Satellite Banks and if or when the open up in the states how would they be able to only allow Iraqi citizens here to exchange at the new rate without the rate being on forex if they are to have to use US laws?
Clare » October 5th, 2022
FRANK NEVER SAID ANYONE WOULD EXCHANGE BEFORE ANYONE ELSE… FRANK SIMPLY SAID THEY WOULD OPEN ON THURSDAY…STAY TUNED imo….. WHEN THE CBI OFFICIALLY CHANGES THE RATE ALL BANKS WILL HAVE IT (THAT DEAL WITH THE DINAR) IMO
Samson » October 5th, 2022
A deputy calls on the Sudanese to implement his economic reform program
5th October, 2022
The deputy of the Sadiqoun parliamentary bloc, Zainab Juma’a Al-Moussawi, stressed today, Wednesday, the need for Mr. Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani to change the exchange rate of the Iraqi dinar against the US dollar.
Al-Moussawi said in a statement received by Mawazine News, a copy of it, that “the candidate for the coordination framework for the presidency of the Iraqi government, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, must proceed with the implementation of the reform economic policy that he intends to implement when he heads the government, which is very soon.”
The statement added that “one of the steps of economic reforms in Iraq is to restore the exchange rate of the Iraqi dinar against the US dollar from 1450 dinars to 1180 dinars for 1 dollar.”
He pointed out that “the change in the Iraqi currency exchange rate led to economic and financial damage in Iraq and a deterioration in the state of the local market.”
And he indicated that “reducing the exchange rate of the Iraqi dinar will lead to a decrease in the prices of real estate, food, consumer and construction materials, and cause stability in the local market.” LINK
MilitiaMan » October 5th, 2022
This coming from this source is not going to happen. There is no evidence that going back to 1180 is part of any plan let alone from someone who is not in charge yet nor may ever be.. The CBI has stated there is a need in the future for coins. They have already in 2018 have had new currency issuance noted in their financials. The rate of 1180 will never work to have a need for coins.. lol EVER… ~ MM
Samson » October 5th, 2022
The appearance of Muhammad Salih : Issuing a new denomination of currency .. Improving the efficiency of the monetary system
2nd October, 2022
The financial expert, advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, confirmed: The issuance of a new category of currency… is an improvement in the efficiency of the monetary system.
He told the National Iraqi News Agency ( NINA ) that the issuance of a new category for cash circulation, especially a category that is not very high, does not mean that it is an expression of inflationary conditions, but rather it is a measure to improve the efficiency of the performance of the cash payments system in the country with intermediate currencies that serve the speed of monetary exchange and facilitate the settlement of transactions and payment methods within the community. Economic.
Saleh added: The announcement by the Central Bank of Iraq of the imminent issuance of a category of twenty thousand dinars, comes within the framework of improving its policy in managing the cash payments system in the country, which required through experience the need to issue a category (intermediate currency) divisible by two to facilitate cash payments (not large). ) within the country’s monetary system.
And the Governor of the Central Bank, Ghaleb Mukhaif, said in a press statement: We are currently working on completing the design of a new currency of 20 thousand dinars, after a series of practical studies to unify the Iraqi currency, and it will be announced after completing its printing in the future.
Politician warns: Plasschaert’s briefing may push Iraq towards international trusteeship
5th October, 2022
The Iraqi politician, former MP Mithal Al-Alusi, said today, Wednesday, that the briefing of the UN Special Representative, Jenin Plasschaert, at the UN Security Council may push towards guardianship over Iraq.
The trusteeship system applies to countries that are defined in international law as “deficient in sovereignty,” and are subject, according to special conditions, to an agreement whose implementation is supervised by the Trusteeship Council of the United Nations.
The international trusteeship system came as an alternative to the mandate system that was applied during the era of the League of Nations, which was replaced by the United Nations with its establishment in 1945, in order to settle the situation of the colonial countries in accordance with international legal legitimacy that moved them gradually from a situation of complete colonialism to a transitional situation followed by complete independence.
Al-Alusi told Shafaq News Agency, “Plasschaert’s briefing revealed to the international community the tragic situation that Iraqis are experiencing due to the corruption of parties and blocs, and the dominance of militias loyal to Iran and involved in killing and robbing Iraqis.”
And he indicated that “the international community will not remain a spectator of what Iraq is going through, and for this there is a possibility for the international guardianship to intervene in Iraq during the next stage, in order to ensure its stability, which will be reflected in the stability of the entire region and the world.”
Yesterday, Tuesday evening, Blaskharat gave a briefing to the UN Security Council on the situation in Iraq, in which she confirmed that differences prevail over the language of dialogue, and that the southern provinces are witnessing armed skirmishes and the political class is unable to resolve the crisis.
“The disappointment of the people has reached sky-high. Many Iraqis have lost faith in the ability of Iraq’s political class to work for the benefit of the country and its people. Continuing failure to address this loss of confidence will only exacerbate Iraq’s problems,” said Blackshart.
She pointed out that “the political system and the system of governance in Iraq ignore the needs of the Iraqi people. The rampant corruption represents a major root cause of dysfunction in Iraq. No leader can claim that he is protected from it. Keeping the system “as is” will rebound with negative results.” LINK
DoTalktoMe » October 5th, 2022
The UN sure has a lot to say about Iraq. Not exactly glowing reviews.
I am sure Kadamie’s hiding government are all well seasoned and do not need to be protected.
This explanation is just in place to explain there inaction.
They are wealthy enough to pull this off many times over.
Why the continued delay, God only knows.
Venustwo2 » October 5th, 2022
October 10,2021, Iraq had their election. They are 5 days away from their anniversary date. Let’s see if anything happens by then. We can always hope. Maybe they are dragging this out towards the U.S. mid-term elections. Who knows
Mark » October 5th, 2022
YOU ALL STILL DON’T GET THAT THE EVIL CABAL DOESN’T WANT IT TO RI/RV OR GIVE THE CITIZENS PP AS THEY WANT WAR AND CONFUSION NOT ONLY IN IRAQ BUT EVERYWHERE AND ANYWHERE THEY CAN SO THEY CAN STEAL AND CONTROL YOU AND YOUR MONEY USING THEIR GLOBALIST IDEAS AND TRYING TO PROMOTE THEIR EVIL AGENDAS. I HAVE NEWS FOR THEM OUR GOD REIGNS ! THEIR FALL IS COMING SOONER THAN THEY THINK!
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