August 29, 2015

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Frank talks about what Maliki is up to.

Source: Dinar Daddy’s Tidbits
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Frank26 …what is Maliki up to…IOO…he’s made a deal…[you mean in Iran?] well yes but that was intended…IMO Maliki has made a deal in Iraq to stay out of the courts, to stay out of prison…Maliki needs to be tried before the citizens of Iraq…he needs to be held accountable for any and all atrocities that he is complicit to…

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The Maliki influence has dwindled

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Mnt Goat:   I am hearing the Maliki influence has dwindled to the point that he no longer is any threat to the government. This was assured to us once his position as VP was eliminated. We wait for his trial on many charges. This is coming in the weeks ahead. I now have proof that currency reform is in fact one of the reforms Abadi fully intends to implement VERY soon.

I also have confirmation from the CBI that the IQD is no longer directly pegged to the USD but has been pegged to the SDR now since 2012 when Dr. Shabibi (then acting governor of the CBI) was in the process of the final steps of rolling out the lower denoms and coins. Well they are now on track to pick up the pieces and move forward with this once again.

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BGG says Maliki isn’t part of the equation.

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BGG …my comments regarding “Maliki as gone” are clearly “forward looking statements” and ARE IN PROGRESS. Visible progress has been made – for now, Maliki is NOT A VP and is NOT WELCOME in official GOI meetings. WHY did Abadi move now? Was it demonstrators? No – I doubt it very much. Maliki can think he has everyone right where he wants them – but keep in mind this whole campaign of reform was kicked off by the WB/IMF telling Iraq to get their AML (Anti-Money Laundering) and corruption under control (both issues pointed DIRECTLY AT MALIKI). They were given until Oct 1st to get an AML law put in place. It would probably help Abadi to have an Investment Law in place as well. Thus far Abadi has responded. Judiciary is next. He needs to keep up the pressure …so no matter what “current circumstances” look like – the WB and IMF have an agenda. Maliki isn’t part of that equation.

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BGG says Maliki is in damage control.

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BGG Maliki came back from Iran where he met with most of his most ardent Shia supporters (not all Shias support him – as before)…The Dawa party (and Maliki) “facially supports” these recent reforms called for by the Iraqi Clerics and the demonstrators (the people)…However, it’s a political tactic. He needs to look like “HE’S THE REFORMER”, or at least line himself up with the reforms. On the other hand Maliki is secretly attempting to subvert Abadi everything he does. It is worth noting – there are numerous OP ED’s out recently pointing out that if Maliki really wanted reforms he would have done so long ago. Maliki is in now in FULL DAMAGE control…He did not come back until he had some assurance of some kind – though no guarantee, he must feel he has some potential for survival.

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Firefly is questioned why Maliki isn’t gone.

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firefly [What is keeping Maliki from being gone? His position has been eliminated and yet he still has a forum. He refuses to resign. What in the constitution is allowing him to still have a foot in this game?] Anybody can create their own forum if they scream loud enough. Does it add any validity to it? He could refuse all he wants, he is out! M [Maliki] will be taken care of by the proper authorities…as well as his sidekicks! Abadi KNOWS that! IMO he is irrelevant to the reform…Has no power…lost his job…nobody likes him. lol. Abadi is SAFE!

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Maliki is preparing to settle accounts with political opponents

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Since his return from the Iranian capital on Wednesday evening and Vice President of the Republic article Nuri al-Maliki is engaged to hold a series of meetings with leaders of the Islamic Dawa Party, who is the general secretariat since 2007 after the ouster of its leader Ibrahim al-Jaafari, who was forced to form a new political movement under the name of the National Reform Movement.

According to what was announced by member of the Political Bureau of the party and the head of the (coalition of state law) behind Samad in a meeting with a group of deputies milling around in the cafeteria of the parliament (Monday), the leadership of the party waiting for the return of the secretary-general of Tehran to initiate actions and decisions of the series will leave traces (shaking ) political circles in Iraq (as described).

Although Abdul Samad did not go into detail (tremor), which predicted, but he explicitly said that the Dawa Party will not accept b (binary) leadership, and he will resolve the issue (Abu pleased) and his team, in reference to al-Abbadi and a number of sympathizers in the party’s leadership, most notably Walid ornaments on the Keywords.

It said Samad, who is one of the hawks of the Dawa Party and the most in favor of the owners in the cafeteria session that seems deliberately to be held to preach the decisions of the party to be taken soon to state (Abu Isra) exposure to injustice, so much of who best to them and raise their status echoing verse Old said tip Ben slave and became a trader, for example, says: (And the injustice of kin most Amadadh .. One of signed Hussam Mohannad).

According to parliamentary sources familiar with the ongoing meetings of the al-Maliki with the leaders of his party and widely following the meeting, which was witnessed by the home secretary general of the party in the Green Zone afternoon (Friday) after lunch, the al-Maliki felt hurt and insulted twice in one week when the Prime Minister issued a decree to cancel Vice-President of the Republic and is one of them, and focus on the named defendant primarily in the report of the Parliamentary Committee on the events of the fall of Mosul, was quoted MP Mohammad Alziod in front of a number of deputies the end of last week that those who believe that the state of Abu Isra wall (Nasis) and the most important pieces, expecting revolution ( Halim), which said it would be (a storm).!

According to the views of a number of MPs contacted them (the Abbasid News), they unanimously agreed that the priority Maliki now is (discredit) Report of the Mosul parliamentary and raking president Sadrist lawmaker of quitting files when they served for years agency and the Ministry of Health earlier, and in this regard, the information circulated by the House of Representatives with great surprise that The head of the Integrity Commission and the agency has provided good Yasiri call payload Party (pickup) of selected files to al-Maliki’s opponents maintained by the Commission, including the Zamili Bahaa al-Araji and his brother and Hazem Mohammed Douri’s Darraji and other leaders of the Sadrist movement of files.

The prime minister Haider al-Abadi has chosen Yasiri on the sixth of April head of the Integrity Commission and the agency instead of its former president Alaa Jawad al-Saadi, and the frequency at the time of the Dawa Party that is nominated Yasiri for the chairmanship of the Commission and Khalid al-Attiyah to head the Hajj and Umrah and Abadi was forced to accept them.

In terms of the next conference of the Dawa party, the information leaked from within the party indicate that the expected date of the contract will be in the second week of the month of September and that a committee of the party headed by the political bureau member Ali al-Adeeb, is nearing completion of the preparation of documents of the Conference and its agenda and draft resolutions and recommendations.

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Aggie discusses what is ahead for Maliki.

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Aggiedad77 Article: “Head of the investigative committee Asagot Mosul al-Maliki accused of high treason” The head of the committee investigating the fall of Mosul when the DAASH terrorists took over without so much of a fight from the Iraqi Army in June of 2014…the responsibility for this terrible action falls upon the shoulders of former PM Maliki…he predicts that Maliki will be tried in court for high treason.

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Money laundering will ultimately end Maliki

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BGG “Nuri al-Maliki, who is currently in Tehran in addition to the issue of facilitating the delivery of Mosul to state regulation facing charges of laundering more funds management process in the history of Iraq.” Maliki was involved in the largest money laundering operation in Iraq. This piece – in my mind, is the part that will ultimately wind up ending Maliki…the rest he can argue as “partisan”, retribution, or whatever…but stealing directly from the CBI isn’t something that Iran (or anyone else) will be able to save him from. This IS BAD…not to say that all the other atrocious crimes aren’t every bit as bad – but this goes to the very heart of Iraq’s current financial crisis. This is the thing the people are demonstrating over.

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Iraq’s Maliki rejects blame for fall of Mosul

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Iraq’s former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Tuesday denounced as worthless a parliamentary report which blamed him and others for the fall of Mosul to Islamic State last year and which called for them to be referred to the judiciary.

“There is no value to the results that came out of the parliamentary investigation committee”, Maliki said on Facebook in his first public comments since the report was released on Sunday and referred to the public prosecutor on Monday.

Maliki, who has been in Iran since Friday according to his website, said political differences in the panel compromised its objectivity.

By seeking to provide accountability for the loss of majority Sunni Mosul, the report could help restore confidence in the Shi’ite-led government, especially among Sunni Muslims marginalized by Maliki’s divisive politics.

It coincided with a campaign by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to reduce Iraq’s patronage system, another move which could help rebuild a security apparatus riven with graft and mismanagement, but also risks further splits.

Abadi sacked a third of his cabinet on Sunday. On Tuesday he ordered the positions of advisers hired as contractors in ministries to be eliminated and limited the number of advisers for himself, the president, and the parliamentary speaker to five each.

The reforms follow weeks of street protests in Baghdad and southern cities demanding better government services and a call by leading Shi’ite Muslim cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani to “strike with an iron fist” against corruption.

They are the biggest move yet by Abadi to strengthen his hand, even as nearly a third of Iraq’s territory has fallen to Islamic State and the central government faces a financial crisis from the collapsing price of its oil exports.

MALIKI BLAMES TURKEY, KURDS

The parliamentary report alleged that Maliki had an inaccurate picture of the threat to Mosul because he chose commanders who engaged in corruption and failed to hold them accountable.

Maliki, who had previously accused unnamed countries, commanders and rival politicians of plotting the city’s fall, on Tuesday blamed Turkish and Iraqi Kurdish leaders.

“What happened in Mosul was a conspiracy planned in Ankara, then the conspiracy moved to Erbil,” he said in a second Facebook post, referring to the capitals of neighboring Turkey and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), a semi-autonomous region in northern Iraq whose forces have taken a leading role in battling Islamic State.

The report criticized the Turkish consul in Nineveh, of which Mosul is the capital, for alleged links to Islamic State, and Kurdish peshmerga fighters accused of confiscating weapons and ammunition abandoned by the military.

The consul was seized after Mosul’s fall but released three months later following negotiations.

Turkish officials from Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu down have repeatedly and categorically denied supporting radical Islamist groups including Islamic State.

KRG Spokesman Safeen Dizayee said Erbil respected the panel’s findings and accused Maliki of trying to shift blame away from himself. The Kurds have said the president of Iraq’s Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, warned Baghdad that Mosul was in danger shortly before its fall but Maliki refused their assistance.

The army’s collapse in Mosul left the Baghdad government dependent on Shi’ite militias, many funded and assisted by neighboring Iran, to defend the capital from the radical Islamist insurgents and recapture lost ground.

The militias’ participation in Baghdad’s ongoing efforts to retake western Anbar province – Iraq’s Sunni heartland – from Islamic State could further inflame sectarian tensions there.

It was not clear whether or when Maliki would return from Iran, which supported him for much of his eight divisive years as premier, but backed Abadi last summer after the fall of Mosul, Iraq’s second city, exposed the weakness of the system left by the 2003-2011 U.S. occupation.

Maliki’s vice president position was canceled last week in the first wave of Abadi’s reforms. On Sunday, Abadi sacked a third of his cabinet, reducing the number of ministers to 22 by eliminating positions or combining some ministries with others.

Following the first meeting of the downsized cabinet, Abadi said the cuts were aimed at reducing flab but were not targeted at a specific bloc or person.

“It does not mean the people whose positions were canceled are accused of corruption”, a statement from his office said.

Along with eliminating Iraq’s three vice president positions, Abadi has cut politicians’ security details and other perks, encouraged corruption investigations and given himself the power to fire provincial governors and regional officials.

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Iraqi parliament’s report blames Maliki

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A parliamentary report in Iraq investigating the fall of the city of Mosul to the Islamic State group (ISIS) more than a year ago placed former prime minister Nouri al-Malki’s name at the top of the list, a Kurdish MP said.

Other top officials blamed for the fall of Iraq’s second-largest city include Babakir Zebari, chief of staff of the Iraiq army, Abud Qanbar, commander of the joint operations in Iraq, Ali Ghedan, commander of the combat forces, and Saadun Dlaimi, former defense minister.

The report also implicated former Mosul governor Atheel Nujaifi, said Shakawan Abdulla, deputy head of the investigative committee and a Kurdish MP in the Iraqi parliament.

“A top official accused for the fall of Mosul is the former Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki, whose name appears at the top of the list,” Abdulla told Rudaw.

He said MPs from Maliki’s State of law bloc “did not vote in favor of submitting the final report and they tried to remove Maliki from the list but failed to do so,” he told Rudaw.

The committee was composed of 26 members, 17 of whom voted in favor of the report, which included the names of 35 Iraqi army leaders and top officials in Iraq involved.

The report is in two parts, first naming those directly responsible for losing Mosul, and the second blaming those who were negligent when ISIS attacked Mosul, including Nujaifi.

The report has also accused the Turkish consulate in Mosul.

The Iraqi parliament formed a committee of 26 MPs last December to find and punish officials who abandoned Mosul to ISIS.

The extremists captured Mosul after the Iraqi Army fled without a fight, leaving large caches of modern and heavy weapons behind.

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