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Vinman August 20, 2014
Be careful to navigate the traps from the bank bail-ins projected on Sept. 2
Watch US Fed calendar for Sept 2 changes after 9am.
Vietnam banking currency bill takes effect on Sept 2 as well.
Condor > Vinman August 20, 2014 So I think you’re saying that the RV/GCR must happen before Sept 2. Thanks Vinman !
James August 20, 2014 on september second vietnam put into affect the law that prevents normal citizen from trading dong
Danny Stein August 20, 2014 Erbil signed the energy agreement and revenue sharing is agreed upon. Movement/ work on it by parliament is finished. While its being kept secret, hidden under the imposed box, the news is peeking/leaking out that the goal has been made. Watching for TRNs moving parallel with the SDR basket. Luxury imports are steaming into port for purchase…… are waiting to be offloaded since frns aren’t acceptable for global trade anymore. Worthless as TP.
AdoptedSon August 20, 2014
People don’t Plan to Fail, They Fail to Plan! Have your plan ready for ANY POSSIBLE SCENARIO.
Kurds have a Contract for Energy produced from the Hydro Electric Dam that has been approved.
Parliament have completed all their tasks.
It’s Out of the Box and Inching closer to the Goal.
Obama is watching the TRN’s moving down their tracks.
Calculations are being made by the IMF for the 1st Basket of currencies.
Cargo Ships are waiting for Payment, but not accepting FRN’s.
FRN’s are as good as Toilet Paper and are Worthless as payment for goods.
Vinman August 20, 2014
Eirbil agreement signed and power sharing formulas are in place.
GOI is finished and all tasks are completed but it is being kept quiet and they are boxed into a corner an inch from announcement goal.
Watch for TRN to move parallel with SDRs as the new financial vehicle replaces the old one.
Shipments to Iraq are waiting to be paid for and FRNs are not being accepted.
Greg: I read 2-3 days ago someone claiming gen64 had sent emails re: exchange. Anyone care to comment. I did not get one. Other rumtel about this. Assume they would not do a partial email.
EXOGEN > Greg What you read is communications went out to team leaders
BREAKING NEWS: Kurds to Participate in New Baghdad Government with Five Ministers.
As the new government of Baghdad is being formed, Kurds are ready to participate and have gained a number of important posts, including five top Ministry positions.
The added participation does not come without comprise, though: The Kurdistan Regional Government is to accept a number of stipulations in order to have added participation.
The KRG has been asked to negotiate on the oil case, budget, Peshmerga salary, weapons and the very delicate subject of Article 140 of the Iraqi constitution, which outlines the rights of the autonomous region. Gorran MP in Baghdad Kawa Mohammed told BasNews that it is important to take the formation of the new government of Baghdad very seriously because the Kurdistan Region has had many problems with the previous government in regards to oil, budget, the Peshmerga salary and disputed territories.
The Kurds themselves ask to have at least five ministers in the new government based on the latest parliamentary elections of Iraq: the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) will have two ministers; the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) will have two representatives and one minister from Gorran (Change Movement). Smaller Kurdish parties that have a more religious vein will occupy slightly lesser posts.
The head of the KDP list in Baghdad Parliament is Ardalan Noreldin, who exclusively told BasNews that there are a few high profile posts among the ministries that Kurdish leadership must insist on representing. He speculates that Kurds should push for at least one of the Finance Ministry, Oil Ministry and Foreign Relations Ministry.
“The Deputy Prime Minister must be for Kurds, but so far no one has been chosen for this post that was previously held by a KDP representative. It is expected to be given to KDP again,” added Noreldin.
“Kurds have to focus on getting the Foreign Relations Minister post, then attempt to have part of the Oil and Natural Resources in order to defend the Kurdistan Region’s oil policy.” said Nouri.
“A list from the Kurdistan Region must be created and sent to Baghdad where Kurds can clearly outline their requests and demands.
Moreover, the demands should be tightened to a limited time to be implemented and given to the new Iraqi PM,” concluded Nouri.