IMF: Iraq will have President Int’l market oil processing & expect up to 9% growth


The International Monetary Fund is expected to be contributing as Iraq oil equipment

International Monetary Fund: Iraq will have a President with the international market oil processing and expect growth of up to 9%

Author:
Editor: BK
13/07/24 17: 44
Range/Baghdad

The International Monetary Fund, said Wednesday that Iraq is one of the leading States in oil production, while occupying the second largest oil producer in OPEC and the third-largest global exporter and fifth at the level of the reserves of about 143 billion barrels, while the expected continued expansion of Iraqi oil production in the medium term to be the main contributors to the international market of oil processing,

despite its challenges, the country faces significant financial challenges after three decades of blockade and war as you need to convert oil wealth To assets based on the processes of reconstruction and development.

This came in the annual report of the International Monetary Fund, International Monetary Fund (IMF), on Iraq for 2013, obtained by (range).

The report on development of the oil sector, realized that "Iraq in the past 10 years, became one of the leading States in oil production in the world," adding that Iraq "contains the equivalent of 143 billion barrels of oil, the backup Installer ranks fifth largest in the world after Saudi Arabia, Venezuela and Arabic Canada and Iran".

The report said that with Iraq production daily access to 2.95 million barrels last year, it contributed more than three percent of international oil processing", stating that" Iraq is the second largest oil producer in the Organization of petroleum exporting countries OPEC, OPEC’s third largest oil exporter in the world."

The Fund said in its report that "Iraq’s oil resources has been strengthened since the year 2011 with a barrel to $100", but "but at the same time, Iraq is facing a politically unstable GEO and down in standby processing power".

The IMF, "the continuing expansion of Iraqi oil production in the medium term, which would make the country the main contributors to the international market of oil processing," returned to "the Asian region is the home of Iraqi oil exports as percentage of exports to the continent, yellow from 24 percent in 2005 to 53 percent in 2011.

The Fund said that "infrastructure for the export of Iraqi oil and that oil production in Iraq is facing challenges such as the need for water pumping installations during the production process and a few electrical installations which are in the process of oil production," and felt that "the Iraqi Government is now focusing on building projects and infrastructure development to export facilities in the South, North and West, by creating storage tanks and pumping stations in al Zubayr and FAO which is expected to be completed in 2016 and increase export capacity 5 million barrels per day."

The report also stated that "instability in Syria have hampered plans for a new pipeline to Iraq Syria card 2.25 million barrels per day," but part of the tube will be created through the modern card one million barrels per day would be extended through Jordan to the port of Aqaba.

The Fund stressed in his report that tedious bureaucracy "that the Government deals with oil companies are other challenges affecting the development of the oil sector, and the delay in project implementation, and continued as the" political and security instability in the country increases these problems and their impact on export and production rates.

In another axis of his report, the report of the International Monetary Fund, financial policy instruments to Iraq, stressing that "Iraq faces major fiscal policy challenges after 30 years of sanctions and wars which caused very large needs of the country at the social and infrastructure development."

The Fund, considered that "Iraq needs to convert oil wealth to assets based on their reconstruction and development continuously," pointing out that "the Iraqi Government is now working on casting of oil resources in the domestic economy, which received 100 percent of the exports of oil resources and decide how much spare overseas or into the domestic economy through government expenditure which constitutes a significant impact on the operations of the major development in the non-oil sectors, stability and equity."

The Fund said that "Iraq depends on fiscal policy on the default scenario of income given that oil production will increase gradually at a rate of 400 to 500 barrels a year to up oil production to 3.5 million barrels per day by the year 2018," likely "the non-oil sector will grow by six percent to constitute 15 percent of GDP in 2018, which will keep the growth rate maintaining the level of eight percent over the medium term."

Point the International Monetary Fund in his report, that "Iraq has witnessed economic growth accelerated from 5.9 percent in 2010 to more than 8.4 percent in 2012, when the average oil production to three million barrels per day, the highest level achieved over the past 30 years."

The Fund cited in his report, that "the news due to the expected growth in Iraq during the year 2013 to nine percent with increasing oil production to around 3.3 million barrels per day, and recovery activity in the non-oil sectors (Government services, trade, real estate, construction and transport). The report also referred to the rate of inflation decreased from six percent at the end of 2011 to 2.2 percent at the end of 2012, but it is expected to increase slightly in 2013.

Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs Hussein Al-Shahristani, said (12 June 2013), the launch of the national integrated strategic plan for energy (2013-2030), indicating that it will provide to Iraq six trillion dollars and 10 million jobs, and it includes building ports of export to raise the export capacity of the country’s 2014 next to six million barrels per day.

The IMF is a specialized agency of the Bretton Woods system of the United Nations, was established under an international treaty in 1945 to work on strengthening the integrity of the global economy, the Fund’s headquarters in Washington, and managed by its members who include almost all the countries of the world number 186 countries.

IMF: Iraq will have President Int’l market oil processing & expect up to 9% growth


The International Monetary Fund is expected to be contributing as Iraq oil equipment

International Monetary Fund: Iraq will have a President with the international market oil processing and expect growth of up to 9%

Author:
Editor: BK
13/07/24 17: 44
Range/Baghdad

The International Monetary Fund, said Wednesday that Iraq is one of the leading States in oil production, while occupying the second largest oil producer in OPEC and the third-largest global exporter and fifth at the level of the reserves of about 143 billion barrels, while the expected continued expansion of Iraqi oil production in the medium term to be the main contributors to the international market of oil processing,

despite its challenges, the country faces significant financial challenges after three decades of blockade and war as you need to convert oil wealth To assets based on the processes of reconstruction and development.

This came in the annual report of the International Monetary Fund, International Monetary Fund (IMF), on Iraq for 2013, obtained by (range).

The report on development of the oil sector, realized that "Iraq in the past 10 years, became one of the leading States in oil production in the world," adding that Iraq "contains the equivalent of 143 billion barrels of oil, the backup Installer ranks fifth largest in the world after Saudi Arabia, Venezuela and Arabic Canada and Iran".

The report said that with Iraq production daily access to 2.95 million barrels last year, it contributed more than three percent of international oil processing", stating that" Iraq is the second largest oil producer in the Organization of petroleum exporting countries OPEC, OPEC’s third largest oil exporter in the world."

The Fund said in its report that "Iraq’s oil resources has been strengthened since the year 2011 with a barrel to $100", but "but at the same time, Iraq is facing a politically unstable GEO and down in standby processing power".

The IMF, "the continuing expansion of Iraqi oil production in the medium term, which would make the country the main contributors to the international market of oil processing," returned to "the Asian region is the home of Iraqi oil exports as percentage of exports to the continent, yellow from 24 percent in 2005 to 53 percent in 2011.

The Fund said that "infrastructure for the export of Iraqi oil and that oil production in Iraq is facing challenges such as the need for water pumping installations during the production process and a few electrical installations which are in the process of oil production," and felt that "the Iraqi Government is now focusing on building projects and infrastructure development to export facilities in the South, North and West, by creating storage tanks and pumping stations in al Zubayr and FAO which is expected to be completed in 2016 and increase export capacity 5 million barrels per day."

The report also stated that "instability in Syria have hampered plans for a new pipeline to Iraq Syria card 2.25 million barrels per day," but part of the tube will be created through the modern card one million barrels per day would be extended through Jordan to the port of Aqaba.

The Fund stressed in his report that tedious bureaucracy "that the Government deals with oil companies are other challenges affecting the development of the oil sector, and the delay in project implementation, and continued as the" political and security instability in the country increases these problems and their impact on export and production rates.

In another axis of his report, the report of the International Monetary Fund, financial policy instruments to Iraq, stressing that "Iraq faces major fiscal policy challenges after 30 years of sanctions and wars which caused very large needs of the country at the social and infrastructure development."

The Fund, considered that "Iraq needs to convert oil wealth to assets based on their reconstruction and development continuously," pointing out that "the Iraqi Government is now working on casting of oil resources in the domestic economy, which received 100 percent of the exports of oil resources and decide how much spare overseas or into the domestic economy through government expenditure which constitutes a significant impact on the operations of the major development in the non-oil sectors, stability and equity."

The Fund said that "Iraq depends on fiscal policy on the default scenario of income given that oil production will increase gradually at a rate of 400 to 500 barrels a year to up oil production to 3.5 million barrels per day by the year 2018," likely "the non-oil sector will grow by six percent to constitute 15 percent of GDP in 2018, which will keep the growth rate maintaining the level of eight percent over the medium term."

Point the International Monetary Fund in his report, that "Iraq has witnessed economic growth accelerated from 5.9 percent in 2010 to more than 8.4 percent in 2012, when the average oil production to three million barrels per day, the highest level achieved over the past 30 years."

The Fund cited in his report, that "the news due to the expected growth in Iraq during the year 2013 to nine percent with increasing oil production to around 3.3 million barrels per day, and recovery activity in the non-oil sectors (Government services, trade, real estate, construction and transport). The report also referred to the rate of inflation decreased from six percent at the end of 2011 to 2.2 percent at the end of 2012, but it is expected to increase slightly in 2013.

Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs Hussein Al-Shahristani, said (12 June 2013), the launch of the national integrated strategic plan for energy (2013-2030), indicating that it will provide to Iraq six trillion dollars and 10 million jobs, and it includes building ports of export to raise the export capacity of the country’s 2014 next to six million barrels per day.

The IMF is a specialized agency of the Bretton Woods system of the United Nations, was established under an international treaty in 1945 to work on strengthening the integrity of the global economy, the Fund’s headquarters in Washington, and managed by its members who include almost all the countries of the world number 186 countries.

EAGLE1 UPDATE, 24 JULY

7-24-2013 Newshound/Intel Guru Eagle1 [via Bluestar] Secret Service eye-witnessed Dr Shabibi signing the release of the rate and the date. Dr Shabibi transmitted the info to Ban Ki Moon at the UN. Eyewitnesses saw Ban Ki Moon signing off on the same paperwork and transmitted it to the director of Forex. Director of Forex was then given permission to push the button. Administration has numbers

THE GET TEAM CHAT UPDATE, 24 JULY

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Iraqi government criticized over security failures

Poster’s Note: This is from a newspaper that bills itself as THE leading Arab newspaper… In the comments, I have tried to illustrate how this MIGHT be seen by one simply interested in the ME Sunni/Shia conflict.

Iraqi government criticized over security failures

Wednesday, 24 Jul, 2013

The attacks on two Iraqi prisons, freeing senior Al-Qaeda commanders, has put more pressure on Maliki’s government

Baghdad, Asharq Al-Awsat—The escape of top Al-Qaeda commanders from two Baghdad prisons on Sunday evening has raised fears of a renewed terrorist campaign, placing pressure on Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki and his government, which has so far remained quiet on the issue.

The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) organization (see footnote), which is affiliated to Al-Qaeda, has claimed responsibility for the attacks on Abu Ghraib and Al-Taji prisons. A statement attributed to the organization and published on the Hanein jihadist website said the operation came in response to a call by the leader of the organization, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, to “conclude the ‘destruction of walls’ plan, which started a year ago, with a sophisticated attack.” The organization announced that “hundreds of Muslim detainees, among them some 500 of the best fighters ever born, were freed.”

A senior security official told French news agency AFP that “dark days awaited Iraq, because the escapees included top Al-Qaeda commanders and the operation was carried out to free a specific group.” He said “the seniors among them managed to escape,” adding that “the escapees will carry out revenge operations, most of which may be suicide attacks.”

Hakem Al-Zameli, member of the parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, told AFP that “most of those who escaped from Abu Ghraib prison were top Al-Qaeda commanders and were sentenced to death.” He added that “he expected the terrorists to go to Syria to reorganize and return to Iraq to carry out terror attacks against Iraqis.”

The Iraqi government has adopted a hands-off policy regarding the escalating violence, with senior officials and official media sources ignoring these incidents or downplaying their significance. Following this week’s attacks on the two prisons, only one official statement was issued, an announcement from the Interior Ministry saying it was pursuing the fugitives.

Another member of the parliamentary Security and Defense Committee, Hassan Jihad, also a member of the Kurdistan Alliance Bloc, told Asharq Al-Awsat that “it was strange that Al-Qaeda announced its responsibility for the operation within 24 hours, and that it freed 500 prisoners—some of them leaders in the organization—while the authorities did not make a move, except pointing to a conspiracy involving some guards or the clashes between the army and the terrorists.”

Jihad said: “The government and its security services should have announced, clearly and transparently, the number of escapees to stop rumors where some people said 500 prisoners escaped, while others said 1,000. The announcement of the number by Al-Qaeda was disappointing when the government should have given the people the real number.”

He added: “Our information indicates that the number of escapees is the same as that announced on Monday and confirmed by Al-Qaeda on Tuesday.” Security sources have said 150 prisoners were killed in the attack on Al-Hout prison in Al-Taji.

In the meantime, the crisis management cell chaired by Nuri Al-Maliki, in his capacity as the commander of the Armed Forces, announced a blanket curfew in the Al-Taji, Abu Ghraib, Al-Tarmiyah and Al-Radwaniyah areas, which are predominantly Sunni, in order to pursue the fugitives. Following a meeting on Monday evening, the cell announced that there was evidence of collusion by some guards with the assailants.

Talal Al-Zawba’ai, Iraqi Alliance member of parliament for the areas included in the curfew, told Asharq Al-Awsat that “the policy of imposing a siege on unarmed people following every security failure has become a firm policy which punishes a specific constituent of society.”

He added that “pursuing terrorists is not conducted in this way, which only increases public resentment, because the siege has also included the disruption of water, transport and electricity services, and the siege of people in a way which stopped some reaching their own homes.”

Ammar Al-Hakim, leader of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq (ISCI) expressed surprise at the government’s silence at the repeated attacks on Iraqi prisons and the escape of hundreds of terrorists without providing any explanation. During a speech at a Ramadan evening event at his headquarters, Hakim said he had doubts whether there was a “clear and useful strategy to manage the security issue in Iraq effectively.”

http://www.aawsat.net/2013/07/article55310989

From wikipedia: The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria or Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS; Arabic: الدولة الاسلامية في العراق والشامDawlat al-ʿIrāq al-ʾIslāmiyyah), was established as an umbrella organization of Iraqi insurgent groups on October 15, 2006 under the name of Islamic State of Iraq.[3][4] The group was composed of and supported by a variety of insurgent groups, including its predecessor organisation, the Mujahideen Shura Council, Al-Qaeda, Jeish al-Fatiheen, Jund al-Sahaba, Katbiyan Ansar Al-Tawhid wal Sunnah, Jeish al-Taiifa al-Mansoura, etc., and other clans whose population is of Sunni faith. It aimed to establish a caliphate in the Sunni dominated regions of Iraq.

Sub: Maliki’s comments about infrastructure smear his personal untrue

Sub: Maliki’s comments about infrastructure smear his personal untrue

Wednesday, July 24, 2013 14:31

[Baghdad where]
Said the leader of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, Jalal al-Saghir said the council keeping the government of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in its crisis and will continue to the end of its session, criticizing Maliki’s comments on the Law of the infrastructure and accused him of dropping the law, and several targeted personally.


Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki during a speech at a meeting with a number of specialists in political and economic affairs have been assaulted in some remarks on political parties.


He said little in a statement posted on its own "No Tech is the first time that speaks the prime minister on the law of infrastructure and exposed me directly Baltknyh sometimes and declare another character and a clear defamation and targeting Profile,

and you’ve chosen not to respond in order not to be a mere debates sufficient the conviction that history will reveal the mysteries of that and the fact backgrounds that lie behind this exposure and demonized, but what came in his speech on Tuesday with a gathering of economists and politicians who carried websites,

including the sites of the rule of law has convinced me that explained Aside from the fact this law. "


He added that "al-Maliki had returned the ball again, but the enclosure I boasted via satellite that I dropped the law in the House of Representatives because the interests of the Maliki government, however I actually dropped this law or caused it in 2008, but to talk about, I did so because law in the interest of the Maliki government is not true,

and you’re apart my brother Abu Isra be imagined like that, because this defamation personal lack of health first, and secondly because he read the intentions are not worthy to be sentenced on topics like this, and perhaps Mr. Prime Minister, transfer him I said so In my last channel in Baghdad in the morning meal politician,

quantum bad many in these days, and it was better for him to make sure before getting involved with such word especially an issue of the highest executive authority in the country, as the lowest revision to meet prove that falsely say and Avka " .


And "I find myself like this after many talk about this law compelled to clarify an aspect of the details of this law to let the experts and conscious affairs of the economy and services and the law should judge him or me, and then I will abide by any choice posed by such experts."


And he finished he was "on the day of parliamentary session, which was held for the purpose of the second reading of the law of the infrastructure which is read in which they are to discuss laws were surprised that it came to discussing the law with us is chairman of the investment by proxy, Mr. Sami al-Araji, he is not interested in borrowing originally, but the question is,

Minister Finance and Central Bank President and the two are not ابلاغهما to discuss the project, I do not know wrong was that? but equally uncertain that Sami al-Araji, is in charge of discussing the project with the House of Representatives, has not been assigned to other so!!

with his presence, chairman of the Foundation fangled proxy can not states the world and its companies have to deal with him in any way because usually States adopt the decisions of the government confirmed in its representation of Iraq and across the staff stable in terms of functionality, and the President of proxy Foundation boys will not be seen also seen as the Minister of Finance or the Central Bank president. "


And asked Ayad al-Samarrai to put my name on another list of discussants, and the number of users is 67 names added his last name Sabah al-Saadi, who insisted on talking after hearing the facts established by the hands of the Council, and it was a serial in the modern is the number 64, and the door of precision All spoke on the subject before me was a supporter!!

However, the council usually in matters of economic and fiscal listen to a few of the members who showed discourses sold in dealing with economic and financial issues remind them of Dr. Mehdi al-Hafez and Dr. Hamid Majid Mousa and calling, so my talk on the subject like this was expected, and newborn lasted for 23 minutes.


He said little that "talk first focus on why the government send a man is not the jurisdiction of him in matters of borrowing not send specialists in this matter, especially as we are talking about the amount of [$ 70 billion] Such amount has consequences and benefits, and then talked about the details of the project and concludes:

and I I accept the investment, but I refuse to borrow, Investing does not take from the Iraqi budget nothing while borrowing Anhecha years of protracted, and I accept that the foreign companies are implementing projects, I will not accept that depend contexts applicable in the ministries because we will enter again in the circle of Mafia corruption Almashashh which has I asked here,

Mr. al-Araji, the implementing agency said it will be the ministries and not companies!! I told him that we had already Molina ministries more than these numbers required in the law was not implemented 10% of the numbers you are talking here about, how can guarantee me that these numbers will be implemented? did not find answer!! ".


He said, "The law indicates that corporate lending Stptdo collect their loans with their benefits after five years of implementation of the project, which means that Iraq will start from the year 2013 to pay dues companies by 14 billion dollars a year is added to nearly $ 3 billion loan interest, which means that every year would incur budget by $ 17 billion loans only!!

If added to the religion of Kuwait and benefits other loans, we may face amount of U.S. $ 20 billion to be paid by the Treasury loans net!! which means that we sought during the past years in order to turn off the Iraqi debt doomed abject failure and get back to Mrbana the first, if not policy encourages new loans creditor nations of Iraq on more pressure in order to collect the debts remaining,

which amounts to the day in the Paris Club only about 40 billion out of 130 billion existed before to make Dr. Adel Abdel Mahdi effort to extinguish 80% of them and watched the Engineer Bayan, all that borrowing will go to the same ministries that have already received some of them several times the numbers required in the law,

such as electricity, for example, without that we find them any result, do we’ll charge Iraq this debt الباهضة and implementation mechanisms are still expresses spiral of failure and corruption?


He expressed little that "are greeted topic in the spirit of objectivity that you want to build a country, far away from the spirit of bickering political, I said explicitly in my channel in Baghdad that the Supreme Council Remember Maliki’s government during the crisis and will continue to the end of its current session,

which is interested in earnest in the perpetuation of the Coalition with the state law despite the breakthroughs that occurred, and the Supreme Council is serious to say, our policy is to build bridges not cut, and confidence-building is not destroyed, and we are reassured that our desire for this you will find resonate right, thank God first and foremost and prayers and peace be upon His Messenger and never

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php…7-21&Itemid=86

Maliki’s coalition: the chaotic and Altsagaitih statements against Prime Minister just bubbles [voice]

Maliki’s coalition: the chaotic and Altsagaitih statements against Prime Minister just bubbles [voice]

Wednesday, July 24, 2013 14:56

[Baghdad – where]

Description State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s recent statements against the "bubbles and political chaos."

The thrills Maliki’s comments, which launched on Monday, in which he criticized the Sadrists and some political blocs reactions criticizing him, accusing him of "trying to create a crisis to overcome the crisis of the escape of prisoners from the prisons of Abu Ghraib and coronary."



The MP said the law Ibrahim al-Rikabi told all of Iraq [where] that "this the chaotic and Altsagaitih statements have no basis or constants which are similar to the popular proverb [love and Ahadji and hate and Ahadji]."

He also described the stapes these statements "history Altsagaitih which is a political chaos neither sing nor feed hungry from just cries and bubbles."

"It was the duty of the launchers these statements and try to bring down one of the last to work on cooperation in the reconstruction of Iraq and the strengthening of the political process, democracy and address many of the facts negative obstruct the march of the country and we have to think about how to serve the people and how to build and reconstruct."

The MP for the Liberal block of the Sadrist movement Hussein Sharifi has accused Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on the back of his criticism of the Mahdi Army that he is supporting the militias indicating saying during a press conference held parliament building today attended by the correspondent [where]

"It was rather the Prime Minister to clarify those behind escape of prisoners, and not to lay charges on the sides, and it was on Maliki not to forget the army mujahid [the Mahdi Army] that he had the upper hand in getting the occupation is to defeat terrorism, a sit-Maliki on the seat of government.
" He said

He said Sharifi told Maliki, "that you speak of militias that kill innocent people understand now Artamon in Ahoudankm, kill and extort people on your behalf, and you are aware of this, and say I do not know,"

pointing out that "the security situation has become a situation of dire and slumped dramatically, and the best proof is mass escape of senior al-Qaida leaders so that the number of escapees to more than 1,400 terrorist particular, a failure. " As described.

The spokesman said the Liberal bloc bright that "the events of the prisons of Abu Ghraib and coronary Maliki rendered his temper and took flops in his remarks and began searching for Chandler comment by mistakes and failures in the management of the country."

And the effects of repeated security breaches almost daily and the escape of prisoners incident reactions of political and popular angry فطالبت the political blocs in different directions to address the security file.

Maliki accused the, prisons guards "of collaboration with terrorists," and said that "the guards belong to the militia."

It called the National Dialogue Front, headed by Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq and on the lips of MP by Haider Mulla to "change-Maliki for failing to manage the security file" urged
the leader Moqtada al-Sadr in his statement to him yesterday

the House of Representatives to "call-Maliki and security leaders in Parliament to stand on the reasons for the incident, "and expressed fears that there will be a" deal and agreement process, "describing the escape incident as" the largest in the history of Iraq. "

The prisons Taji and Abu Ghraib may be exposed to more of an armed attack and testified several times to escape of the prisoners, in addition to foil several attempts. "Over 17.

http://www.alliraqnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=91486 :2013-07-24-11-09-23&catid=41:2011-04-08-17-27-21&Itemid=86

Liberal National Alliance has been demanding a meeting to discuss the dangerous conditions experienced by Iraq

24/07/2013 14:02
Liberal National Alliance has been demanding a meeting to discuss the dangerous conditions experienced by Iraq


Liberal bloc in Parliament: the Iraqi government has failed and became the government unresolved crises and most stuck

BAGHDAD / obelisk:
directed Ahrar bloc in Parliament, on Wednesday, a book in which he calls for the head of the National Alliance Ibrahim al-Jaafari to hold a meeting of the components of the alliance to discuss the critical and dangerous conditions experienced by Iraq, while the Iraqi government described as "failed and government crises."

And dissemination of the head of the Liberal parliamentary Bahaa al-Araji, through his official social networking site Facebook, a formal letter addressed to the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari got "obelisk", a copy of that "given the circumstances of critical and dangerous experienced by our beloved Iraq and private security, including For the National Alliance to take the role and response ".

The Liberals demanded the head of the National Alliance through the book to "set a date close to the components of the alliance meeting and discuss the causes and develop solutions," asserting that "the components of the National Alliance had not met for nearly three months, despite all the challenges."

Regarding reactions to the book published on Page Prime bloc Bahaa al-Araji, said al-Araji, "The Iraqi government has failed and became the government crisis unresolved and most stuck and still efforts to resolve ongoing", past on to say that "Liberal has notes of many on the performance of this government, but we are determined to the establishment of the State of solid and strong institutions based on the spirit of citizenship. "

He was Vice-President of the Republic Khudair Khuzai Search, Wednesday, with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari and a number of leaders of the National Alliance developments in the security and political scene in the country and ways to activate the National Honor document put forward by the Presidency of the Republic.

It should be noted that Iraq is passing through the developments of security hazardous continued pace since the beginning of last May by targeting gatherings youth and popular cafes and places of worship, car bombs and explosive belts and explosive and incidents of the assassination of a number of officials and leaders of the blocks

in the provincial councils and the targeting security forces and was the last of these security developments exposure prisons Taji and Abu Ghraib on July 21 to the current storm by unknown gunmen, which resulted in the escape of hundreds of prisoners and killing a number of guards and reform the security forces

http://www.almasalah.com/ar/news/14734/%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A3%D8%AD%D8%B1%D8%A7%D8%B1-%D8%AA%D8%B7%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A8-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AA%D8%AD%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%81-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%88%D8%B7%D9%86%D9%8A-%D8%A8%D8%B9%D9%82%D8%AF-%D8%A7

TK CHAT, 24 JULY

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