HOT!!! Talabani assured the parties FROM Germany THAT THERE WOULD likely BE Compromises!!!

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Just exciting to see great news like this breaking on a Friday – which normally is a slow news day for Iraq.

– Mr. IQD


Date: Saturday 08/25/2012 10:08 am

MP Fares Sunguri,  the Iraqi List – Expected THE emergence of A new crises in the absence of good faith by the political PARTIES to resolve the current political crisis, he noted that: “THE credibility of all the political PARTIES On the paper reforms and implementation of previous agreements WOULD HAPPEN immediately after the holiday.

What HAS OCCURED IS the same LEVEL OF  crisis AND IT will continue until the end THIS parliament.

President Jalal Talabani HAD a meeting last Thursday WITH the head of the PARLIAMENT, Iyad Samarrai. THEIR meetings and consultations IN Germany SPECIFIED the prospects OF ACHIEVING A breakthrough in the crisis BY reaching compromised solutions.

Talabani WAS QUOTED AS SAYING he said WOULD continue HIS efforts to bring the Continue reading


Analysis – Maliki enemies battle to vote him out of office By Patrick Markey and Suadad al-Salhy BAGHDAD (Reuters) + Analysis by Mr. IQD


Hello Friends! Okay, there has really not been much movement in the news that we have been waiting to report on, that is why you have not heard too much from us lately.

We don’t feel it is necessary to repost every “garbage” article out there that will simply confuse you and perhaps even upset you, therefore we are staying focused on the most relevant articles we can.

You may have also noticed we are not hammering the scum “hack” gurus much lately, well that is because we have exposed them with the examples we have provided, in our opinion, once a “liar” always a “liar” and therfore we leave it up to you to decide for yourself if you want to read their crap and believe their lies – we’ve done our part to help you.  🙂

So, on to this article – this is great Analysis by Reuters!  However, I can’t say I 100% agree with it, as I sense the writer does have a bias for Maliki!

This article has ignored many “damming” facts that are against Malilik.  For instance, this article ignores that Maliki has already signed the Arbil/Erbil Agreement – isn’t a man’s signature worth anything in Iraq?  Here in America you could take that all they way up to the Supreme Court!  Next, they ignore the Mullah that Iran was really hoping would help them, al-Haidar, which is known as Sadr’s mentor!  However, as we saw in the Associated Press article earlier this week, Haidar is now siding with Sadr and the alliance AGAINST Maliki.  This was ignored in this following article also. So, don’t believe everything you read!

But, there is merit to this article since it really does help spell out what is going on Politically, and the chaos and challenges they do face!!!

~ Mr. IQD

June 6, 2012 – BAGHDAD (Reuters) –

Ask Iraq’s Sunni, Kurdish and even some Shi’ite leaders these days what they think of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and the rhetoric is likely to be shrill: Many call him a dictator, autocrat or even a new “Saddam” who needs to be voted from office.

For the second time since American troops left last December, Maliki is wading through a crisis with the Shi’ite, Sunni and Kurdish blocs in his government at each other’s throats in a feud that risks Continue reading

MALIKI RESIGNS!!! "Iraq," Maliki calls to Resign Before Impeachment!!! + Analysis by MrIQD


To help you give it a quick read, I highlited in red and underlined the key passages.  It has been advised to him to resign before the vote of no confidence. 

Maliki knows they have over 200 signatures, so he knows its over!  But, will he take their advice to resign? 

~ Mr. IQD

ast Updated: Saturday, 02/06/2012    BAGHDAD – Zidane-Rubaie:

    Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari and President of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq Ammar al-Hakim, another current political developments in the country, among other issues the same subject the President of Iraq’s Kurdistan region Masoud Barzani and Vice President of the Islamic Supreme Council Adel Abdul Mahdi, in Erbil, and called on the menu Iraqi forces led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi   Maliki to resign before the dismissal.  

A statement of the Supreme Council that al-Maliki and Jaafari and Hakim last discussed the current political developments in the country, and stressed the unity of the National Alliance and the need for dialogue and national interest in the face of political crises.  

On the other hand said in a statement to the presidency of Barzani’s Kurdistan region that received the Mahdi on Thursday evening and exchanged views with him out of the crisis that beset the political process.  

The statement added that during the meeting, Abdul-Mahdi put the visions and views of the Supreme Council on the crisis. The statement pointed out that the views of both sides are identical in the need to find a radical solution to this crisis.

Besides, the spokesman called on the Iraqi bloc Maysoon al-Maliki to resign from his post in order to preserve his dignity, especially as there is national consensus on the withdrawal of confidence from it.

She stressed that al-Maliki ended after the signing of more than the number set for the withdrawal of confidence with him. She said,” so I advise him to resign from office before he is exposed to dismissal because the dismissal order became inevitable and unavoidable to escape from it or postpone it. “  

She pointed out that the people want change Continue reading

Maytham Fartusi: extensive security preparations in anticipation of an important political event in the country in the coming hours!



Architecture (IBA) .. The Deputy Chairman of the Commission on Security and Defense Council of the province of Maysan Maytham gesture Fartusi security preparations for making extensive and intensive anticipation of a political event in Iraq in the coming hours.

He said Fartusi in a statement received by the independent press (Iba) a copy of that the security preparations were the result of the suffering of the country in general to the disintegration of political, certain that the great hope forces the security of the army and police to remain at the same distance from all political parties, which converge once diverge again, and that requires a professional to provide security only.

He Fartusi We are watching Pkthb Maidor in the Iraqi political arena and the meeting which was held in Basra Thursday does not represent only the two communities only, and that the provincial councils, both in the center or the south is assembled on regions and Mathaddthoa its consensus that the provinces just (daydreaming). (End)



Architecture (IBA) … Deputy Chairman of the Committee on security and defence in the Maysan Governorate Council maytham Al-fartusi gesture on massive security preparations and extensive anticipating political event in Iraq in the coming hours.

The cleric, said in a statement received independent press agency (IPA) said that security preparations are the result of the disintegration of the country in General, confirmed that hope political large security forces from the army and police to maintain distance from all political parties that converge once again and leave and providing security requires professional only.

He said fartusi we are watching closely the Iraqi political scene Maeder and meeting held at Basra Thursday is not only the meeting only, and provincial councils, both in the Centre and South is grouped on the territories and that they talk to someone about the unanimity of those provinces simply (daydream).(Finally

Sadr refuses to comment on the withdrawal of confidence from al-Maliki with the deadline set! + Analysis by MrIQD


Happy Thursday Friends,
Well, the news has been really “quite” for the “news” we really are looking for.  Don’t get us wrong, there is plenty of stuff out there, but most of it is recycled or no better than what we were getting in yesterday.
So, the point being, we are not ignoring you, we are just not trying to flood you with tons of news that you can get on other sites, we want to find the gems and comment on only those few, like this article.  🙂
What we read in to this article, is basically Sadr is the kingpin of this whole movement, he is not saying anything to the meeting about his deadline because there must have been a last minute proposal of compromise by Maliki.
Probably what is happening is he is keeping quiet to the media on purpose to let the political blocks consider Maliki’s proposal of compromise.
It is our assumption that in the interest of Iraq and their Constitution, it would be best for Maliki to stay!  Only because it would mean that he agreed to the Erbil power sharing agreement and the Ministers are seated.
As frustrating as all this is for all of us, we believe that the fastest way to seeing the release the RV would be for Maliki to agree to Erbil and move forward with the power sharing agreements, HCL etc.
Well, we’ve chewed our fingernails down nearly to the bone, this waiting and anticipation is certainly stressing all of us out, but as we have always believed… “It is much better to have patience, rather than become a (mental) Patient!”  LOL!!!
~ Mr. IQD

Author: Cairo – conscious 1 – 05/17/2012 16:56:41

Rejection of the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, on Thursday, to comment on the question about the withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with the deadline set by him, and when he said he did not receive a response from the National Alliance on his message so far, he noted that the decision whether or not to stick to demands will be determined during the next few hours.

He said Moqtada al-Sadr during a joint press conference held today in Najaf with the leader of the Iraqi National Congress, Ahmad Chalabi, said that “We have not received a response better and for worse on our message to the National Alliance until the yen,” asserting that he expected “to complete the period granted to him during the next few hours and then will answer you. ”

Sadr refused to reply to a question on the subject of withdrawal of confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, after the deadline set by him, which ends Thursday.

For his part, said the National Congress leader Ahmad Chalabi during the conference, “The meeting with Moqtada al-Sadr take the general situation in Iraq and the current political crisis and the way forward in promoting democracy and discuss the status of the region.”

The deadline of 15 days set by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in the letter sent by the leader of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, said Thursday (17 May 2012), to begin implementation of decisions of the meeting of five leaders in Arbil, which was held the 28 of last April, and included a focus the importance of the national meeting and the need to adhere to its decisions that come out, and commitment to the Constitution which defines the form of the state and the relationship of the three powers and the independence of the judiciary and the nomination of the names of the security ministries, to be ratified by the House of Representatives during the week that there was a sincere and serious by al-Maliki.


Sources Confirm Dialogue is Ongoing with Political Parties; Expects to Bear Fruit in 48 hours

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May 11th, 2012 08:00 am · Posted in NEWS: Dinar Currency & World Currency News
During the next 48 hours: Sadrists Send Erbil agreement last fall and the withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki

I almost sources from within the Office of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki told the news that the Shatt al-Arab Negotiations are ongoing between the Sadrists and the Dawa Party, the ruling power to discourage demand for the withdrawal of confidence from the Maliki and the tradeoffs to project a reformist rather than modulatory.

And has confirmed these sources that the Sadr Continue reading

National Partnership in Iraq is over, says Iraqiya Leader

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May 8th, 2012 01:17 pm  ERBIL, May 8 (AKnews) – The national partnership in Iraq is completely over due to PM Nouri al-Maliki’s “unilateralist decision-making”, said Iraqiya leader Ayad Allawi.

Allawi’s statement came during a televised interview with Arabic Sky News. Allawi, Maliki’s election rival, even threatened that he may demand to replace Maliki if he does not comply with previous political agreements.

The Iraqiya leader warned that the Continue reading