good governance, to eliminate the need to control corruption in the implementation, but fail
22-07-2013 12:40 PM



Baghdad (news) ..

A member of the Economic Commission Kurdistan Alliance MP Jassem شنكالي, the need to combat corruption in state institutions with good governance. said شنكالي (of the Agency news):

The use of good governance and governance of governance in state institutions lead to the achievement of its goals the elimination of corruption through the introduction in the administrative apparatus of the staff and implemented properly.

added: that there are people who have expertise in the implementation of this system or any other system, adding that the planning collides always by force, even if the sound but needs to follow up and monitor the implementation will fail Whatever plans.

It is noted that it is necessary to emphasize the role of religious institutions and civil society organizations in various directions to create the atmosphere of awareness will contribute effectively to create a culture of good citizenship, which is the first foundation of the foundations of good governance.

http://www.ikhnews.com/index.php?page=article&id=93622

Ghannam band" fugitives and invite them to join the defense during the week

Posted in Latest News Monday, July 22 / July 2013 13:51

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announced and the Iraqi Ministry of Defense, on Sunday, stop legal action against military employees of the 17th Infantry Division, who committed "absence crimes and escape" as well as resigning them, and invited them to join their units before the 29th of July present.

The ministry said in a statement released today, it is "suspended legal action against the perpetrators of crimes and escape absence and resigned employees of the command of the 17th Infantry Division."

The ministry called in a statement concerned employees of the band to "attend their units during a period of one week from (the 22 July 2013 Current)", without having to explain the reasons for the decision or the number of covered him.

The division commander of the 17th Iraqi Army Maj. Gen. Nasser Al-Ghannam, announced earlier in the day, his resignation, the former is the first of its kind for senior military official in the country after 2003, attributing this to the command "non-professional" and policies "wrong" for senior military leaders and "mood and random" in decision-making, which led to "chaos" in the security file.

http://almustaqbalnews.net/index.php…93;&Itemid=576



Adjustment Act Amendment Act contraband and forbidden money circulating in the local markets (18) for the year 2008

Monday July 22, 2013

Behalf of the people
Presidency of the Republic
Based on what passed the House of Representatives and approved by the President of the Republic and according to the provisions of paragraph (First) of Article (61) and item (iii) of Article (73) of the Constitution,
Issued the following law:


No. () for the year 2013


Law


Amendment of the law set the money smuggled and forbidden traded


In the domestic market (18) for the year 2008


Article – 1 – cancels the text of the item (First) of Article (6) of the Act and is replaced by the following:


Article – 6 – First –
The Ministry of Finance bonuses amounts disbursed in accordance with the provisions of Article (4) of this Act for materials that are destroyed from the Ministry of Commerce.


Article – 2 – This law shall be from the date of its publication in the Official Gazette.




The reasons
Given the absence of a bonus given to informants and people who detects the money smuggled and forbidden traded in local markets, granted in accordance with Article (5) of the Act set the money smuggled and forbidden traded in local markets (18) for the year 2008 in order to correct the error contained in the (item / I) Article (6) of the Act.


Initiated this law,

http://www.parliament.iq/Iraqi_Counc…ails&sid=10631

– The U. S. dollar traded lower against the Japanese yen to start the week in Asia despite news that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party scored, as expected an easy victory in the weekend’s elections that decided control of Japan’s upper house of parliament.
In Asian trading Monday, USD/JPY fell 0. 46% to 100. 15 after earlier trading as low as 99. 62. The pair is likely to find support at 99. 45, Thursday’s low and resistance at 101. 52, the high of July 8.
USD/JPY rose 0. 18% last Friday and 0. 66% for the week. While victory for Abe’s LDP was thought to be a potential boon for yen bears, it was also widely expected, indicating that markets may have efficiently priced in the result in the days leading up the election.
Gaining control of the upper house of parliament could allow Abe to continue to push through a series of structural reforms aimed at spurring economic growth and fighting deflation.
Media reports said Abe’s LDP and its partner, the New Komeito party, had won at least 74 of the 121 seats up for grabs in the 242-seat upper house, according to Reuters. It marks the first time since 2007 that Japan will operate without a split parliament.
There are concerns that now with control of both houses of parliament that Abe will turn his attention to the more conservative side of his agenda, which includes possibly increasing Japan’s military capabilities, but many market participants believe it is unlikely the prime minister will suddenly shift course from making the economy his top priority.
Japanese stocks appeared to like news of the LDP gaining control of the upper house. The Nikkei 225 was up 0. 71% at this writing.
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– Most Asian stocks traded higher Monday following the results of this weekend’s Japanese elections, but stocks there and in China were among the region’s laggards.
In Asian trading Monday, Japan’s Nikkei 225 fell 0. 11% after Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party scored, as expected an easy victory in the weekend’s elections that decided control of Japan’s upper house of parliament.
Media reports said Abe’s LDP and its partner, the New Komeito party, had won at least 74 of the 121 seats up for grabs in the 242-seat upper house, according to Reuters. It marks the first time since 2007 that Japan will operate without a split parliament. Jefferies raised its year-end target on the Nikkei to 15,500, roughly 1,000 points above current levels.
Hong Kong’s Hang Seng inched down 0. 02% while the Shanghai Composite fell 0. 14% after Chinese policymakers put a floor on lending rates there, but limits on mortgage rates will remain in place in an effort to cool real estate speculation. The Shanghai Composite is off 13% year-to-date, making it one of Asia’s worst-performing major indices.
Australia’s SP/ASX 200 rose 1% after China’s central bank said on Friday that it was removing the lower limit on interest rates for banks, in an effort to help lenders attract more borrowers and spur economic activity.
Still, China, the world’s second-largest economy, is seeing slowing economic growth and that could factor in the equation for long-term bullishness for the Aussie because China is Australia’s largest trading partner.
New Zealand’s NZSE added 0. 26% while Singapore’s Straits Times Index climbed 0. 59%.
South Korea’s Kospi jumped 0. 69% even after the won and South Korean bonds gained following the end of the G-20 meeting. Like Australia and New Zealand, South Korea counts China as its largest export market.
SP 500 futures rose 0. 10%. The benchmark U. S. index added 0. 16% last Friday to close at another record – offers an extensive set of professional tools for the Forex, Commodities, Futures and the Stock Market including real-time data streaming, a comprehensive economic calendar, as well as financial news and technical & fundamental analysis by in-house experts.