The Commission will open tomorrow the distribution of electronic voter cards in all governorates

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."

Are keeping away from the possibility of Abdul Mahdi’s failure to run the government

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."

Negotiations to form a government .. "Asron" gets the post of governor of the Central Bank

BAGHDAD / A senior political
source said on Saturday that the post of governor of the Central Bank in the new government formation "resolved" a figure loyal to the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, indicating that the agreement on the post was after talks between the coalition "Ssron" and Fatah.

The source said, "the eye of Iraq News," that "the negotiations and recent talks between the coalition and other Fatah led to an agreement between the parties to resolve the post of governor of the Central Bank of Iraq in the new government formation in favor of a close to Muqtada al-Sadr."

The source, who asked not to be named, said that "Sawson won the post after pressure during his dialogues with the conquest."

Media sources had reported on Friday that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi had sacked the governor of the Central Bank of Iraq acting Ali al-Alaq, but local media outlets quoted a source close to the links of exile Naveh.

The issue of the inclusion of the Governor of the Central Bank by proxy Ali al-Alaq in the printed from the new aunt for a wide range within the political circles and specialists in this aspect as the Iraqi Council of Representatives held a session dedicated to discuss this matter.

The governor of the Central Bank of Iraq Ali Alaak said that the rains "damaged" about seven billion dinars (about six million dollars) within the Rafidain government.

Al-Alak said in an intervention during his attendance at the parliament session on Monday that the rainwater had entered the coffers of the bank and caused damage to the banknotes stored in those safes.

"In this case, Rafidain Bank requests the replacement of these securities by the Central Bank," he said, adding that the bank keeps documents to prove the validity of the issuance of currencies that have been damaged.

Al-Alaq said that the Central Bank, in accordance with its instructions and regulations, "replaces the currency when exposed to damage due to various accidents such as drowning, burning or anything else."

The House of Representatives sets the date of its next meeting

Baghdad / .. Select the House of
Representatives, Saturday, next Wednesday a new date for the next session.

In a statement received by "Eye of Iraq News", the Information Service of the House of Representatives, "Ladies and gentlemen, distinguished deputies, on the anniversary of the birth of the great Prophet (r) on Tuesday, 20/11 will be held on Wednesday, 12/11 at one o’clock.

Earlier on Monday, the House of Representatives set 19/11 as the date for the session, before changing it to next Wednesday.

The Parliamentary Legal Committee proposes to strip state officials of the privileges they have acquired over the past years

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – The Iraqi parliament’s legal committee on Friday proposed stripping state officials of the privileges they have gained over the past years in an effort to cut costs.

The legal committee said in a statement that "the proposed law deals with three points, the first includes the prohibition of the allocation of cars and money perpetuated to officials in the state like members of parliament, and the second that the state retrieves the existing cars for sale by auction.

"The parliament’s approach comes in the face of harsh criticism of the latter, due to the failure to put an end to financial and administrative corruption and waste of money.

Shi’ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on Thursday criticized members of parliament, calling on them to "stop voting for personal interests and privileges.

"Sadr said in a statement, "We did not elect you for that, if you did not end, we rob you of our support, and the people will cast you his voice," stressing, "O deputies voted for the dignity of the poor.

"Most senior officials in the executive branch, such as the Director General, department heads and agents of ministries, as well as members of local governments, enjoy financial and material privileges, including the allocation of a number of modern vehicles and dozens of protections.

Construction: Parliament will vote on the candidates of 6 ministries next week

"The House of Representatives will vote next week on the candidates of six ministries vacant, except for the Ministries of Defense and Interior," MP Abdel Amir Al-Dabbi said on Friday (November 16, 2018).

"Disabling the completion of the formation of the government because of political and personal differences is a very painful fact," al-Dabbi said in an interview.

He added that "next week will be resolved six ministerial portfolios with the postponement of the vote on the candidates of the Ministries of Defense and Interior."

And called on politicians to "look in the interest of Iraq before their personal and partisan interests," noting that "Abdul-Mahdi is making a great effort in it’s file security ministries."

The House of Representatives gave confidence to the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, and voted on the selection of 14 ministers from the ministerial lineup presented by the latter, and abstained from voting on the candidates of ministries, justice, culture, education, planning, higher education and scientific research, , And interior.

For the first time .. Demonstrations in front of the central bank in central Baghdad

BAGHDAD – Hundreds of civilians demonstrated in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Friday, demanding the removal of the governor of the Central Bank Ali Alalak, after the damage of 7 billion Iraqi dinars were in the bank, because of "rainwater."

A security source in Baghdad that "the demonstrators raised slogans condemning the existence of relations in the post of governor of the Central Bank and chanted against him," noting that "other slogans included the demand of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi to hold the accounts and submit to the judiciary."

For his part, the protester Ammar al-Baghdadi, "We turned our demonstration today from Tahrir Square to the Central Bank to pressure the government and the judiciary to hold accountable for the links and all those who caused damage to citizens’ funds."

"Our demonstrations will be renewed before the central bank unless there is accountability for those who waste money from Iraqis," he said.

The Supreme Judicial Council in Iraq announced on Thursday that it is investigating the sinking of 7 billion Iraqi dinars due to the torrential rains that entered the bank.

The governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ali Alalak, earlier that 7 billion Iraqi dinars (about 6 million dollars) was damaged by rainwater in 2013, which sparked political and popular anger in the country.

Saleh assures the King of Jordan the need to provide Iraq with information on money smugglers and those wanted for the judiciary


The President of the Republic Barham Salih of Jordan’s King Abdullah II, on Thursday, the need to provide Iraq with information on money smugglers and wanted to the judiciary, while calling for Jordanian companies to invest in Iraq, he pointed to the importance of facilitating the procedures for granting visas to Iraqis.

The Presidency of the Republic said in a statement received by Alsumaria News a copy of that, "President Barham Salih met, on Thursday, in Amman with Jordan’s King Abdullah II."

The two sides discussed the developments in the Arab region and the necessity of working to support the unity of the Arab ranks and the convergence of views on the issues related to the security and stability of the region.

They pointed out the importance of cooperation in activating the tripartite strategic partnership (Iraq / Jordan / Egypt ) "He said.

He pointed out that "the President of the Republic discussed with the King of Jordan the return of Iraqi frozen and smuggled funds, where he stressed the need to provide Iraq with information on smugglers and wanted to justice, as well as discuss coordination and military cooperation and exchange of information between the security services in both countries."

The statement added that "On the economic side, the two sides discussed the establishment of a free industrial city at the border port in Trebil, and the project of electricity connection between Iraq and Jordan through Anbar province ."

Saleh stressed, "according to the statement," the need to strengthen relations between the two countries by opening greater horizons for cooperation in the fields of trade and economic and security coordination common, "praising" Jordan’s position on Iraq in its war against terrorism. "

"The victory of Iraq and the defeat of the terrorist organization is a victory for the region and the world. It is necessary to preserve this victory by standing up against everything that destabilizes peace and stability," he said. "He said.

He urged the President of the Republic "Jordanian companies to invest in Iraq," pointing at the same time to "the importance of facilitating the procedures for granting visas to Iraqis."

For his part, the Jordanian King "congratulations on the assumption of the President of the Republic Barham Saleh functions," stressing his country’s keenness on "security and stability of Iraq."

It is noteworthy that President Barham Salih arrived earlier in the day, Thursday, to Jordan on an official visit.…D8%A7%D8%AA/ar

Source: Central Bank is attacked by the "electronic armies" of banks affected by his policy

An official source at the Central Bank said that the campaign against the bank is behind the electronic armies of banks affected by the monetary and monetary policy followed by the Central Bank.

The source added that "the central bank has followed the policy of high-level to maintain the exchange rate of the Iraqi dinar and succeeded in that and there is a misguided campaign aimed at this policy by some of those affected by them."…7%D9%84%D8%AC/

Maliki’s coalition: We will not abide by the US sanctions on the beloved Iran!

The coalition of state law, led by Nuri al-Maliki, stressed on Wednesday that Iraq should not be part of the US "blockade" imposed on Iran.

The leader of the coalition, MP Adnan al-Asadi, in an interview with him today, that "the United States can not impose its will on other countries, and if it has a problem with Iran to deal with it," stressing "not accept the imposition of Washington’s will on Baghdad, Full sovereignty ".

"Iraq will deal with the US sanctions against Iran as it sees fit, and will preserve its economy and national sovereignty. It will not be part of the embargo imposed on Tehran," he said. "We are free to take any action without any foreign dictates."

On Sunday, November 11, 2018, President Barham Salih called on the United States to take into account the "privacy of Iraq" with regard to sanctions against Iran.

The second package of US sanctions on Iran came into effect about a week ago to target the energy sector in particular.

The decision came six months after Washington withdrew from the international agreement with Iran signed in 2015 and allowed America several days after the re-imposition of sanctions on the Iranian oil sector to Iraq to continue Import natural gas and power supply from Iran for 45 days.…7%D9%84%D8%A3/