Iraqi Currency … Where Printed And How Much Cost?
11/18/2018


Abha channel / follow-up
disclosure of MP Naji Radis Saidi, Sunday, the place where the printing of the Iraqi currency, pointing out that it cost 4 cents per paper.

Saidi said in a statement that "the central bank had previously printed banknotes of the Iraqi currency in Switzerland, but changed the place of printing is currently printed at the British Institute in London and is supposed to be specifications prevent damage.

"The cost of printing one banknote is between 4 and 5 US cents, and then the currency is transferred to Iraq," he said.

The director of the issuance in the Central Bank Ihsan al-Yasiri said that the Central Bank of printing a thousand papers of the category of 25 thousand dinars in Arson international companies at a cost less than $ 60,

adding that the bank will not spend considerable liquidity to print the new monetary categories because they cost little.

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The Central Bank requires commercial banks to comply with the capital adequacy standard
11/18/2018

needful Central Bank of Iraq , Sunday, all commercial banks standard minimum capital adequacy limits.


"In order to keep abreast of developments in the global banking system and in order to reach the Basel Committee’s decisions , banks will have to adhere to the minimum capital adequacy criteria, " the bank said in a statement .


"Compliance with the minimum limits will be based on the method of calculation adopted in accordance with the conventional rules," the bank said.


The recent financial crisis of 2008 prompted specialists in 2010 to formulate a set of new standards and regulations called the Basel III Banking Supervision Regulations, which are the extension and development of the banking supervisory standards and rules for Basel II and Basel II,


and the addition of some new standards in an effort to avoid weaknesses And to cover the factors that led to that crisis in order to strengthen and strengthen the global financial system and strengthen the strength of the banking sector by adjusting the components of regulatory capital and capital adequacy ratio.

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(Source: US Embassy in Baghdad)

The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) warmly welcomes the repatriation of a consignment of located Kuwaiti property to the Kuwaiti authorities in a handover that took place in Kuwait City today and was observed by the United Nations.

“This is an encouraging positive step taken by the Iraqi authorities in compliance with UN Security Council resolution 2107 (2013). It shows the determination of both countries to forge ahead with strengthening bilateral ties, putting behind them the bitter legacy of invasion and violence, and demonstrates the best of good neighbourly relations,” said Ms. Alice Walpole, Deputy Special Representative for Iraq of the United Nations Secretary-General.

Preparations for the transfer of the Kuwaiti textbooks and other items have taken over a year. H.E. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq Mohammed Al-Hakim has made exceptional efforts to ensure swift action on this important and complex file of outstanding issues with Kuwait since taking office a few weeks ago.

UNAMI has been actively involved with Iraq and Kuwait as an observer in facilitating the efforts for a resolution of the outstanding issues. While UNAMI commends the Iraqi movement on the missing property file and their commitment to resolve all remaining outstanding issues with Kuwait the UN Mission recognises that the search must continue for the invaluable National Archives of Kuwait.

Despite strong support demonstrated by Kuwait, and commitment to their international and humanitarian obligation shown by Iraq, full normalization of relations will only take place once all outstanding issues have been resolved, the Deputy Special Representative said.

(Source: UN)

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Iraqi party: the debts of the country 124 billion dollars and we will reveal scandals of the Ministry of Oil
11/17/2018


The head of the Party "competencies" Haitham al-Jubouri on Friday for his relentless disclosure of files of corruption in the ministries of the Iraqi state, including the Ministry of Oil, which described the corruption of the scandal.


Jubouri pointed out that Iraq’s foreign and internal debts amounted to 124 billion dollars, noting that 40 billion dollars of those debts belong to the Gulf countries to
support the regime of Saddam Hussein in the war on Iran,

and those countries did not talk with Baghdad about those funds, and there is 33 billion dollars To foreign countries and international financial institutions, and 51 billion of them as domestic debt.

Al-Jubouri spoke at the symposium of the political decision-making center for studies on the reality of oil export and production.

He explained that Kirkuk oil is used to meet the local need only for the difficulty of transporting it from the Kirkuk fields.

The local need is 600 thousand barrels per day, To the extent of scandals to be disclosed and make efforts with other ministries suffering from the same problem where some foreign workers earn 70 thousand dollars and our youth is unemployed. "



As for the collection of money and taxes, Jubouri said: Most countries in the world rely on their sources of income on taxes and charging fees in return for providing services to citizens, but in Iraq we are suffering from the problem of the inability to provide services suited to the state tax and taxes, and this makes the citizen is not convinced.


Jubouri spoke to the decision center about the Finance Committee in Parliament, proposing to divide it into two financial committees, and another call it the Budget Committee and the final accounts,

and said that there is a problem of inability to audit the final accounts provided by the Office of Financial Supervision because of time and problems.


He also stressed the existence of a great disappointment because of the pressure exercised by corrupters who hinder the efforts of detection of the money and tools and armies ready for electronic dotting.


Jubouri expressed his satisfaction with the efforts made to allocate 30% of the collection funds in the provinces to meet their needs of service, while 70% goes to the state treasury.

https://www.sotaliraq.com/2018/11/17…8%D8%B3%D9%86/

Iraqi party: the debts of the country 124 billion dollars and we will reveal scandals of the Ministry of Oil
11/17/2018


The head of the Party "competencies" Haitham al-Jubouri on Friday for his relentless disclosure of files of corruption in the ministries of the Iraqi state, including the Ministry of Oil, which described the corruption of the scandal.


Jubouri pointed out that Iraq’s foreign and internal debts amounted to 124 billion dollars, noting that 40 billion dollars of those debts belong to the Gulf countries to
support the regime of Saddam Hussein in the war on Iran,

and those countries did not talk with Baghdad about those funds, and there is 33 billion dollars To foreign countries and international financial institutions, and 51 billion of them as domestic debt.

Al-Jubouri spoke at the symposium of the political decision-making center for studies on the reality of oil export and production.

He explained that Kirkuk oil is used to meet the local need only for the difficulty of transporting it from the Kirkuk fields.

The local need is 600 thousand barrels per day, To the extent of scandals to be disclosed and make efforts with other ministries suffering from the same problem where some foreign workers earn 70 thousand dollars and our youth is unemployed. "



As for the collection of money and taxes, Jubouri said: Most countries in the world rely on their sources of income on taxes and charging fees in return for providing services to citizens, but in Iraq we are suffering from the problem of the inability to provide services suited to the state tax and taxes, and this makes the citizen is not convinced.


Jubouri spoke to the decision center about the Finance Committee in Parliament, proposing to divide it into two financial committees, and another call it the Budget Committee and the final accounts,

and said that there is a problem of inability to audit the final accounts provided by the Office of Financial Supervision because of time and problems.


He also stressed the existence of a great disappointment because of the pressure exercised by corrupters who hinder the efforts of detection of the money and tools and armies ready for electronic dotting.


Jubouri expressed his satisfaction with the efforts made to allocate 30% of the collection funds in the provinces to meet their needs of service, while 70% goes to the state treasury.

https://www.sotaliraq.com/2018/11/17…8%D8%B3%D9%86/

The Commission will open tomorrow the distribution of electronic voter cards in all governorates
11/17/2018

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – The
Independent High Electoral Commission announced on Saturday that it would begin distributing electronic voter cards as of Sunday.


The head of the electoral administration in the Commission Ahmed Rahim Bishara, in a statement received by "the eye of Iraq News," that "the Commission will begin distributing voter electronic voter biometric cards to the public vote,
who have not received their cards previously."


Bishara added that "the distribution process will take place from Sunday in all provinces except the provinces of Kurdistan, where will be distribution in the registration centers deployed in the provinces."


He added that "the Commission will also start the process of biometric registration of voters who did not register their information in the former, where the centers will receive unregistered voters for the purpose of registration."


He called Bishara "all voters and social events to review the registration centers deployed in the provinces for this purpose."

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Are keeping away from the possibility of Abdul Mahdi’s failure to run the government
11/17/2018

BAGHDAD / The MP of the
alliance of the others, Enas Makusi, on Saturday, that its coalition will not bear responsibility for the failure of Adel Abdul-Mahdi in the government, indicating the Mahdi is responsible for his failure.


"Allawi’s coalition has given full powers to Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to choose his ministerial cabinet according to his own vision, and therefore we can not take responsibility for his failure.

There is a great spectrum of political forces who voted for him in a session to give confidence to his government," al-Mukassousi told Iraq News.


"If the government of Abdul Mahdi fails, it is the prime minister who is responsible for this failure because he has delegated full powers to choose his cabinet members," she said.


The MP of the current wisdom, Ali al-Badiri confirmed today, Saturday, that our time with
the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi is only 100 days and then we hold the blocks of others and Fatah responsibility for his failure.

"For the purpose of running the affairs of the government and not to say that we did not give it a chance, our deadline for the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi is only 100 days and then we hold Mass Surun and Al-Fath Alliance responsible for his failure," al-Badairi told Iraq News.


He said that "Abdul-Mahdi so far was not the level of ambition and hopes that have been suspended, and there are high stock exchanges in the sale of sovereign ministries and he did not express his position on these violations and therefore we have to wait until the last day of the deadline."

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