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  • tudor's Avatar
    Today, 01:52 AM
    Good late evening all. Seems I have had a very busy week, time is flying by so fast these days. Between working in the shop, and in the house doing all the Christmas stuff, I seem to run out of day before I run out of projects lol. Love this time of year! Blessings to all, have a good night.
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  • HotRod's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:03 PM
    I just want to add a clarification note: The statement in this article, "while the second option to make changes in the exchange rate, a move that harm citizens and increase the richness of the rich and impoverishment of low-income", is not completely true as stated in this article. For those of us who live in any country on earth, our currency goes up and down in value on the World Market every day. As long as we stay or do business within our same country, we will never feel those ups or downs. It is only when we travel or do business in another country that we will experience the difference. Our buying power will be either grater or lower. This will be the same for those in Iraq. As long as they stay within Iraq, their buying power remains the same. Now this is where it gets a little tricky. If you deposited your Dinar in any foreign country, it will probably be converted into that countries currency at the digital exchange rate at the time of deposit. Most likely you just lost money no mater which way the dinar goes. But if you chose to put that Dinar in a Safety Deposit Box in some other county, other than Iraq, and the dinar goes up in value, you can now cash it in at the new higher exchange rate, outside of Iraq, and make some money. So in short, "to make changes in the exchange rate" should not affect those living in Iraq but could have an effect on those holding Dinars outside of Iraq. :cool:
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  • harry's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:49 AM
    The first Iraqi official to give up his foreign nationality 12/16/2018 The first Iraqi official to give up his foreign nationalityIn the first incident in Iraq, the presidency announced on Sunday that President Barham Saleh has legally renounced his (British) nationality by complying with the Iraqi constitution. Presidential spokesman Luqman al-Faily said in a statement that "the legal procedures for the resignation of President Barham Salih from British citizenship have been completed." Al-Faily added, "President Saleh is very grateful to the United Kingdom for granting citizenship during the days of his opposition to the former regime. His resignation comes as a result of his commitment to the Iraqi Constitution in Article 18, paragraph 4, which stipulates that persons may not have another nationality Elected or appointed as sovereign in the Republic of Iraq. " is over http://tasrebat.news/archives/113829
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  • harry's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:45 AM
    What is the number of retirees in Iraq and what is the fate of their salaries? 12/16/2018 What is the number of retirees in Iraq and what is the fate of their salaries General Pension Authority answer The General Pension Authority of the Ministry of Finance revealed the number of retirees in Iraq. "It is planned that the House of Representatives will issue the Social Security Law, which stipulates, in one of its clauses, the increase of pensions in the public and private sectors," said the director-general of retirement and social security Ali Jafar al-Helou. He added that "compensation for victims of terrorism, we deal with them according to the laws of the institution of martyrs." "The salaries of pensioners line red and will not be affected by anything, they have priority after salaries and will receive their retirement continuously and there is no problem in that." He revealed that "the number of retirees amounted to 3 million and 600 thousand retirees." http://tasrebat.news/archives/113860
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    Yesterday, 10:04 AM
    good morning to all ds i pray that everyone will have a blessed day and enjoy its.
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