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“Framework is Stuck” – Thurs. AM TNT Thoughts/News 10-20-22

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Skinman:
So Saturday they’re supposed to vote in the Prime Minister and his cabinet, if that happens how long will it be until the budget was accessed that has the new rate in it?

Yada:
That is just it skinman, they dont need the budget to release the rate because the EFSL will include it. Expecting the CBI to release the rate after affirmation of the cabinet. Besides,. they dont need the budget for the rate, they need the rate for he budget. Days away for the release.

CharlieOK:
Totally yada. They need the rate for the budget. However, implementation of this appears more easily said than done.

Yada:
Charlie, technically, all they needed was the President but due to other issues, such as Sadr, the people demostating, and the UN, expect it released after the full government is voted in.

CharlieOK:
Tony has clearly said he is not expecting anything until the complete govt. is formed; with the constant caveat that it can happen at any time. What really is upsetting to me is that Sadr has played us all.

Yada:
LOL Charlie, I think differently, Sadr was our advacate. He stopped the Framework from just running all over the Iraqis by showing he can rally the people against them, causing them to think twice before making moves. Even after the full government is formed and we are paid, he can tear it down any time.

CharlieOK:
It sure is lol Yada. Sadr, who is definitely not a friend of the US, has decided to be the sole person who will accept or not the next govt. What a joke. We are in limbo for the next 6 months minimum per his exact words.

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Yada:
But the rate change is not waiting on that. We do not have to wait to see how the government performs to see the change. 6 months will be in our review mirror.

RVALready:
I think the framework is stuck. They promised the populace an RV as first priority. The populace has been told to expect an RV soon. If they do not deliver, there will be protests in the streets…the UN will keep the pressure on until the RV is delivered.

Mauij:
Any moment now

Yada:
Agreed rvalready and mauij.

Tishwash:
Al-Hakim: The chances of success exist due to the availability of the required budgets and international and regional cover

On Thursday, October 20, 2022, the head of the Wisdom Movement, Ammar al-Hakim, confirmed that the chances of success exist due to several factors.

He said during a meeting with a number of tribal sheikhs, according to a statement received by Ultra Iraq, that “one of the most important pillars of restoring the citizen’s confidence in the political system is meeting the needs of citizens, achieving their aspirations and providing services to them, and forming a strong government with an efficient and harmonious team that represents an important entry point and a condition for achieving that”.

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He pointed out that “the chances of success exist for several considerations, the first of which is the availability of the required budgets due to the high oil prices and the availability of international and regional cover, which has become convinced of the necessity of the security and stability of Iraq as a prelude to the security and stability of the region and the world, as well as the security stability that would not have been achieved if it were not for the sacrifices of the Iraqi people and its security services and the bloodshed of the Iraqi people. Martyrs”.

Al-Hakim added, according to the statement: “We renewed our position in support of the government without participating in it, and we called for procedural steps to combat corruption and dry up its sources   link

CandyKisses:
Al-Sudani resolves the names of 14 ministers in his government.. There is no session to gain confidence and postponement of the rest of the ministries

The leader in the coordination framework, Turki Al-Atabi, revealed, on Thursday, that the commissioner, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, decided the names of the 14 ministries’ candidates in his cabinet

Al-Otbi told (Baghdad Today), “The movement of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani is continuing in continuous meetings with political forces and currents in Baghdad, stressing that the names of the candidates for 14 ministries, including a security ministry, have been decided so far, according to the information

He added that “the rest of the ministries may be resolved in the next 72 hours in preparation for the next Saturday session,” stressing that “some ministries may postpone after the session to agree on it, but in all cases, things are taking place in their contexts, and we expect that all problems will be resolved in the coming days

And the leader of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Mahmoud Al-Hayani, suggested, earlier today, Thursday, that the parliament session will not be held next Saturday, which is dedicated to granting confidence to the government of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani

. Al-Hayani told (Baghdad Today), “The parliament session next Saturday, which is dedicated to granting confidence to the government of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, according to the data, will not be held on time,” noting that “the session will be postponed to another date, as the dialogues between the Sudanese and the blocs to resolve the ministerial portfolios and their candidates.” still going”

. He explained that “the Sudanese need more time to resolve the dialogues with the blocs and parties regarding the ministerial portfolios and their candidates, and for this the session of granting confidence to the new government will be postponed until further notice until this file is resolved

It is scheduled that Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani will present the names and details of his cabinet next week, according to what observers see.

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