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“UN Stepping in” – Tues. AM TNT Thoughts/News 10-18-22

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Tishwash:
Officially.. Next Saturday is set as a date for voting on the Sudanese government

The State Administration coalition has set, next Saturday, an official date for voting on the next government.

The coalition said in a statement that it received “the information” that “the State Administration coalition held its regular meeting on Monday, which was devoted to discussing the formation of the government, in the office of Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi.”

He added that “the meeting discussed the latest political developments in the country and the need to expedite the formation of a government of service.”

He explained that “the coalition confirmed its intention to invite the House of Representatives to hold a session next Saturday to vote on the government with all its members.”   link

KaseyKo1:
Just received the following tweet from the office of Sheikh Qais Khazali ; Secretary-General of Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq ; Head of Parliamentary Bloc: “We promise the poor that they will have priority within the govt programs that we will implement in the next stage.”

Annie68:
With Maliki running the show? He’s the reason they didn’t have anything before!

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KaseyKo1:
With the UN stepping in, things will chg to a certain extent as to what Maliki will be able to get away with, in my opinion anyway. He will not be able to stop the RI/RV like he has in the past. There’s no way the UN will allow that to happen. I’m waiting to see if Sadr does something on the 25th with the protests….I think we need to also keep in mind that there has been a lot of splintering within the Framework alliance & we don’t really know with a full certainty who the dissenters are. There may be a reason why they want Malilki thinking he has great importance in the govt. We’ll find out soon enough I suspect.

Yada:
Agreed Kaseyko, he is not running the show as much as other think. The structure Kazimi left behind causes Maliki to lose much of his influence.

I was excited before and after the call. Kazimi left a government such whom ever take over, will not be able to alter it much. Its just the formalities of getting the government people in place. They want to be in charge of what is about to be released

KaseyKo1:
This seating of the full govt may be something the UN has required of Iraq before the release of the new rate. REMEMBER: Stability.

CandyKisses:
Al-Sudani presents his booth to Parliament on Thursday.. And the Kurds decide their ministries

{Political: Al Furat News} Two members of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Democratic Party revealed that the Prime Minister-designate, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, will present his government cabinet to the House of Representatives.

A member of the Democratic Party, Haitham Al-Mayahi, told the program (Al-Mastra) broadcast by Al-Furat satellite channel this evening: “It is too early to talk about the quotas of the ministries, and next Thursday Al-Sudani will present his booth, and a number of sovereign ministries remain unresolved and the session is in order to pass the government.”

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He pointed out that “the Democrat is negotiating with the Ministries of Justice, Housing and Foreign Affairs, and another ministry may increase for the Kurdish component,” noting that “there is an intention to form a parliamentary committee to monitor government performance.”

He added, “There is sufficient freedom for the Sudanese to form his government, and he will present five candidates for each ministry and they will be agreed upon. Perhaps the Sudanese will be the one who will choose without a political nomination, and this is a decision by the State Administration Coalition.”

He revealed “the desire of some ministers in Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s government to remain in their positions, but we exclude that,” noting that “there are very serious corruption files related to the October demonstrations and military and security files.”

Al-Mayahi stressed, “The Sudanese have relations with all forces, and we expect that his government will last for four years if he implements his government program within a year.

For his part, the leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Mahmoud Khoshnaw, said in today’s episode (Alastra) that “the Kurds will get 4 ministries, which may be divided equally between the Patriotic Union and the Democratic Party, or the latter may get three of them.”

He added that “six ministries will be for the Sunni component, 12 ministries for the Shiite component, 12 for the Shiites, and one ministry for Christians. These leaks remain close to the truth.”

And he indicated that the ministries of “foreign, finance and justice, which are sovereign ministries, will decide two of them for the Kurds, and perhaps water resources, justice and health have been obtained by the Kurds as well,” adding that it is likely “the creation of some positions to satisfy national components.”

Khoshnaw stressed, “There should be no return to quotas in the Sudanese government, and all forces are obliged to support it, and there is no choice but for the two Kurdish parties to go to dialogue to solve the outstanding problems between them.”

The Kurdish leader promised, “The Sudanese government is the last chance for the political system, and the failure does not affect the Sudanese personally, but rather the political system. The stage is very critical and sensitive.”

Tishwash:
International companies present their offers to invest in oil and gas fields in Anbar

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The director of the Jubbah Municipality Department in Anbar Governorate, Qatar Al-Obaidi, announced on Monday that international companies have submitted their offers to obtain investment opportunities to invest in oil and gas fields in the western regions.

Al-Obaidi said in a statement to “Al-Maalouma”, that “delegations from French and American investment companies and from other foreign nationalities specialized in this field expressed their willingness to obtain investment opportunities to work in the western regions for the purpose of investing in oil and gas fields after reviewing the work sites.” 

He added, “International investment companies began to make contacts with the central government against the backdrop of the Oil Exploration Company’s announcement of the discovery of dozens of oil and gas fields in the western regions comparable to what exists in the Gulf countries, which created a state of global competition with international investment companies to obtain an opportunity to invest oil fields. and gas in Anbar.

Al-Obaidi explained, “The local government in Anbar informed the companies applying for investment opportunities in the energy field to open channels of communication with the central government, because the investment in oil and gas fields has a sovereign dimension. The local government is not allowed to conclude any agreement with investment companies unless the advanced companies obtain The approval of the central government,” stressing that “the desire of Arab and foreign investment companies to obtain investment opportunities in Anbar comes against the background of the stability of the security situation in all cities of the province.”   link

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