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  • Captain Terry's Avatar
    Today, 02:17 PM
    As we say in Texas: "Git a rope!!!!!"
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 01:11 PM
    Muhammad Ali Nassiri announced Director of the Office of the Dawa Party in the British capital of London, for the loss of Nuri al-Maliki, his battle for the third term and his fourth of the party.
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 01:08 PM
    Law: blocks of the President and the Parliament do not want to accelerate the formation of the government Agency eighth day July 31, 2014 BAGHDAD - ((eighth day)) MP for the coalition of state law Haitham al-Jubouri, on Thursday, that the masses of the solution and the Kurdistan do not want to speed up the formation of the government, in what was considered to choose a candidate for prime minister and form a government outside the framework of the coalition is unconstitutional and subject to appeal before the Federal Court. Jubouri said that "the rule of law are the largest bloc, according to the Constitution, and the decisions of the Federal Court will not be going according to the mood of the masses of the solution and Kurdistan," noting that "the two blocs do not want to speed up the formation of the government and vote against it." The Jubouri that "the rule of law is committed to the National Alliance does not want to go out with him," pointing out that "after the end of the holiday, the appeal will be negotiations within the coalition to choose a candidate for prime minister." Jubouri said that "naming one of the candidates and the formation of the government outside the framework of the rule of law would be unconstitutional and subject to appeal at the Federal Court for violating the Constitution," noting that "the National Alliance did not formally submit his papers to be considered the biggest bloc." http://8th-day.com/?p=61554
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 01:04 PM
    Director of the Office of the Dawa Party in London Maliki confirms loss for third term Agency eighth day July 31, 2014 Special - ((eighth day)) Muhammad Ali Nassiri announced Director of the Office of the Dawa Party in the British capital of London, for the loss of Nuri al-Maliki, his battle for the third term and his fourth of the party. He said during Eid al-Fitr ceremony held by the Organization of Dar al-Islam of the Dawa Party in London, "I regret to tell you that," Hajji "(al-Maliki) has lost his battle for the third term." He did not give many details and said I content with this amount of information even bear hoopla in the hall of the organization. After coming off of the podium speaking accent sadness of a group of pioneers of the organization, said Hajji intended Maliki finished and this calamity but a great disaster fear him from legal prosecution, as well as fear for the businesses of the party, including "Imam Sadiq University," and dozens of other business projects, including the Islamic Bank. On the alternative-Maliki, said with regret would be outside the Dawa Party, and this time is likely to be Hadi al-Amiri. http://8th-day.com/?p=61539
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  • guardian's Avatar
    Today, 09:10 AM
    Thanks harry! Very promising! :)
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 08:31 AM
    House of Representatives will vote on the Budget Committee temporary BAGHDAD / newspaper rectitude - Said a member of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Najeebeh Najib, the House of Representatives will vote at a meeting next Tuesday to members of the Interim Committee, which will re-examine the draft federal budget and make adjustments to speed up and pass it as soon as possible. She said Najib in a press statement that "the Committee will be headed by First Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives Haider Abadi and second deputy Aram Sheikh Mohammed and the membership of representatives of all the political blocs that they are of specialists and financial committee will re-examine the draft federal budget and paragraphs Almokhtlflleha caused by not approving the project by the former House of Representatives. " Najib explained that "the political consensus needed for the success of their work, especially in some of the paragraphs of the project," pointing out that "the Commission has not placed a time limit for the completion of its work." The failure of the former House of Representatives approving a federal budget because of political differences on many of the paragraphs of the budget, including the allocation of the Kurdistan region. And caused the delay in approving the draft federal budget to stop hundreds of projects implemented in the provinces in addition to the non-implementation of the reconstruction plans prepared for the current year by the provinces http://alestiqama.com/?p=106493
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 08:24 AM
    Kurdistan region: the crisis will resolve the delayed payment of salaries to employees Follow-up / newspaper rectitude - The Union for Kurdistan Investors Bushra Stzv soon for employees in the Kurdistan region to resolve the crisis, especially salaries. A spokesman for the union, Mahmoud Yassin, in a press statement that "the crisis on Salaries in Kurdistan on its way to resolve." Mahmoud transfer what he called the human citizens after the feast of economic terms, noting that "It is expected that the problems are going toward normalization, especially after the completion of the election of the new President of the Council of Ministers in Iraq." The Council of Ministers has asked the Kurdistan region earlier time sending amounts of oil revenues to the center of the intervention within the budget in 2014, compared to send money to Baghdad late and stomach within the region's share of the federal budget. And vary in Baghdad Erbil with a number of issues on which the share of the budget of the Kurdistan region, and the benefits the oil companies operating there, and the salaries of the Peshmerga and other things that have not been resolved over the past years, which led to a cut.http://alestiqama.com/?p=106581
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  • DodgerBoy's Avatar
    Today, 08:09 AM
    I totally agree with you Harry. I hope they get this approved ASAP. Thanks for the post.
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:54 AM
    Liberals: National Coalition does not want the separation of a coalition of state law Wednesday, July 31, 2014 08:45 Twilight News / confirmed the parliamentary Liberal block of the Sadrist movement led by Muqtada al-Sadr, on Thursday, the National Coalition does not want to break the law of the State of the house because of the crisis of the National Alliance candidate as prime minister. A member of the bloc Prince Kanani, in an interview with "Twilight News", "The thing is agreed upon until now because most of the components of the National Alliance is the absolute rejection of the third term of the current Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. " Kanani explained that "the National Coalition works through negotiations to keep the brothers in the rule of law within the National Alliance to agree on a candidate for the presidency of the government without resorting to the crisis because of divisions as prime minister. " And rotating components is considerable disagreement within the National Alliance on the back of al-Maliki refused to take the post of prime minister for a third term, against the insistence of and adherence to the rule of law coalition candidate through to head the government. Offset the Shiite forces rejected the state's third owners of the broad support of the political forces and Sunni, Kurdish, which sees the need to hand over the post of prime minister to the admissibility of character are the political parties. http://www.shafaaq.com/sh2/index.php/news/iraq-news/80839-2014-07-31-05-50-21.html
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:47 AM
    UN Security Council adopts a U.S. decision to extend the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Iraq for a year 2014/7/30 10:48:47 PM BAGHDAD / Wi-News Security Council adopted today a U.S. decision to extend the mandate of the United Nations Mission for Assistance to Iraq, "UNAMI" until July 31, 2015. condemned the decision (which was adopted unanimously) "terrorist attacks Daash waged in Iraq and the Levant, and the human toll, which affected children and displaced more than a million Iraqi civilians. " The Council resolution "serious concern about the current security situation in Iraq, resulting from large-scale attack launched by terrorist groups, especially the group Daash in Iraq and the Levant, and other armed groups associated with them. " The resolution stated that "progress Daash in Iraq and the Levant, represents a threat to the sovereignty of Iraq and its future," stressing that "the only way to address the crisis requires the cooperation of all Iraqis by meeting needs in the fields of security and political ." The resolution called upon all Iraqi parties to "the need to overcome the divisions among themselves, and engage together in the inclusive political process, and takes place in a timely manner in order to consolidate the national unity of Iraq, its sovereignty and independence, and accelerate the formation of a government that represents the will and sovereignty of Iraq's population in all segments, and contribute to the finding a solution and lasting glory to the current challenges. " He also called on the Security Council resolution by the Iraqi government to continue to strengthen democracy and the rule of law and improve security, public order and combat terrorism and sectarian violence and to address the incitement motivated intolerance and extremism in all parts of the country. The resolution also stressed "the need to continue efforts to strengthen international and regional cooperation aimed at promoting support Iraq and to prevent terrorist groups on the list of sanctions Committee established pursuant to resolutions 1267, 1999, and 1989 to 2011, nd in particular the group Daash in Iraq and the Levant, from the use of its territory and countries adjacent to carry out acts of violence or other illegal acts, in order to destabilize Iraq and the region. http://ynewsiq.com/index.php?aa=news&id22=6897#.U9o6QOl0yUl
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:40 AM
    this should have been done alone time ago to stop their salaries, and also when they dont show up they should not get paid jmo
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:38 AM
    31/07/2014 12:49 State law requires off the salaries and allowances of members of Parliament, while approving the budget BAGHDAD / obelisk: MP for the coalition of state law Kazem Sayadi, on Thursday, to stop the salaries and allowances of the members of the House of Representatives, until the adoption of the general budget of the country. Sayadi said for "obelisk", "We demand to stop allowances and salaries of members of the Iraqi Council of Representatives until the adoption of the general budget of the country for the current year." He added that "this request came to feel the suffering of the Iraqi people, the House of Representatives and to accelerate the adoption of the budget." The President of the House of Representatives, Salim al, earlier after assuming the post of Speaker of Parliament, said the council put the process of approving the budget at the forefront of his priorities, while proceeded opens prospects of joint cooperation with all authorities. It is noteworthy that the state budget has become the stuff of debate and an exchange of accusations between the political blocs all, they are still languishing in the corridors of the House of Representatives did not complete the readings since it was approved by the Council of Ministers (January 15, 2014). http://almasalah.com/ar/news/35572/%D8%AF%D9%88%D9%84%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%82%D8%A7%D9%86%D9%88%D9%86-%D9%8A%D8%B7%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A8-%D8%A8%D8%A5%D9%8A%D9%82%D8%A7%D9%81-%D8%B1%D9%88%D8%A7%D8%AA%D8%A8-%D9%88%D9%85%D8%AE
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:33 AM
    31/07/2014 11:18 President Najafi looking with the formation of the government by constitutional contexts BAGHDAD / obelisk: Search President Fuad Masum, with the head of the united Osama Najafi, the formation of the government by constitutional contexts to promote its duties and functions, especially the response to the terrorist attack and provide services to citizens, especially in hot areas. Said a press release of the Office of the President got "obelisk" a copy of which, "The President of the Republic Fuad Masum, received in his office in Baghdad on Wednesday evening, the head of the united Osama Najafi. The statement added that he "had been discussed during the meeting on the conditions of the political process, and the formation of the government by constitutional contexts to promote its duties and functions, and on top of addressing the terrorist attack and provide services to citizens, especially in hot areas. He also expressed the infallible "hope that the Eid al-Fitr, a good omen for the formation of the government, and directing all efforts to eliminate Daash and al-Qaeda and restore security and stability to the country." As he emphasized the head of the united "supporting the efforts of President mass infallible in the performance of his duties as President of the Republic." I consider that the "presidential prerequisite in the executive branch," calling to "work together for the success of the political process, and pass the difficult stage about the country's stability and prosperity." http://almasalah.com/ar/NewsDetails.aspx?NewsID=35565
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:27 AM
    United: Maliki's speech last still in dire straits and is full of accusations Agency eighth day July 31, 2014 BAGHDAD - ((eighth day)) The leader of the united mass of reform, led by former parliament speaker Osama al-Nujaifi Essam al-Obeidi, that the speech of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki yesterday Nothingness him on the land, which escape from the truth. Obeidi said in a statement reported for ((eighth day)) that "everything he says al-Maliki and expressed is but it is a type of policy to escape forward and fabricating crises with political partners, through the speech still in dire straits and is full of accusations was not able to prove any charge of them. He added, that Maliki is trying to push the political forces him to act how Maizhae. http://8th-day.com/?p=61470
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:21 AM
    Law: names that arise for prime minister from outside our coalition mixing Securities Agency eighth day July 31, 2014 BAGHDAD - ((eighth day)) MP for the coalition of state law that Muhammad Chihod names that arise across the media for the nomination for prime minister from outside the state law, which is intended to confuse and obstruct the formation of the government. He Chihod in a press statement that "the standard nomination for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers only be through the parliamentary majority of this standard does not apply to any particular block is state law constitutionally and legally being the largest parliamentary bloc, number and all the names that are traded through the media outside of the rule of law intended to confuse and mislead the public opinion, it's also a clear message to the security services in order to embarrass her and distracting political problems and crises contrived pursued by some of the blocks hostile to the political process. " "The President of the Republic is obliged constitutionally to cost state law to form a government as binding time itself Baltoukitat constitutional leaving on the length of time granted by the Constitution to the President of the Republic, but / / 8 days to assign a candidate larger blocs, a state of law and its candidate, Nouri al-Maliki to form a government." He Chihod: "The commissioning process does not need a quorum or the approval of Parliament and is the responsibility of the President of the Republic from his position to cut the candidate of the biggest bloc to form a government without resorting to the parliament," pointing out that give confidence to the new government will be 30 days after the prime minister, and that need an absolute majority in parliament http://8th-day.com/?p=61486
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:16 AM
    Supreme Council: We have no personal dispute with al-Maliki Agency eighth day July 31, 2014 BAGHDAD - ((eighth day)) MP and former official of the Supreme Council Jawad Albzona, he does not have a personal disagreement with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki. He Albzona told ((eighth day)) that "the Supreme Council has a good relationship with Mr. al-Maliki, but the rejection of the third term comes from the door of our conviction that change would be best for the country in terms of the government project, explaining that the coalition citizen is offering the proposal states to the Prime Minister It is not reasonable to apply something and do something else. He added, We are with the decision of the National Alliance to appoint the Prime Minister of regaining the admissibility of the range of all the forces involved in the political process, stressing that naming the prime minister Aahoudy admissibility will not serve the country http://8th-day.com/?p=61495
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    Today, 07:14 AM
    Liberal response to the indictment of law: We will not participate in a government headed by Maliki Agency eighth day July 31, 2014 BAGHDAD - ((eighth day)) MP spokesman for the Liberal block of the Sadrist movement, Jawad al-Jubouri, said his bloc will not participate in a government headed by the leader of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki. Jawad al-Jubouri told ((eighth day)) that "the Iraqi people are well known from gasping behind the positions and the best proof that Maliki stuck his position, stressing that the Liberal bloc for not upholding the position as far as Mathterm will reference the Iraqi masses. He added Jubouri, a coalition of law that throws unsubstantiated accusations and trying to mislead the Iraqi street, throwing the charges on the forces involved, noting that if you want to mass positions were to agree to the state and take Matrade of stress positions but did not participate in a government headed by al-Maliki. The MP for the coalition of law Mohammed Ugaili has accused the Liberal bloc that the refusal of the state because they were not granted positions of the sovereign http://8th-day.com/?p=61497
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  • harry's Avatar
    Today, 07:09 AM
    Infallible and Najafi discuss forming a government by the constitutional contexts 31-07-2014 11:53 AM Baghdad (news) .. Search President Fuad Masum, with the head of the united Osama Najafi, the formation of the government by constitutional contexts to promote its duties and functions, and on top of addressing the terrorist attack and provide services to citizens, especially in hot areas. said a press release of the Office of the President of the Republic received the Agency ( news) copy of it: The 'president Fuad Masum, received in his office in Baghdad on Wednesday evening, the head of the united Osama Najafi. added: he 'was discussed during the meeting on the conditions of the political process, and the formation of the government by constitutional contexts to promote its duties and functions of the first and foremost address of the terrorist attack and provide services to citizens, especially in hot areas. expressed infallible for 'hope that the Eid al-Fitr a good omen for the formation of the government, and directing efforts are all to eliminate Daash and al-Qaeda and restore security and stability to the country. ' and Najafi said on 'supporting the mass of the efforts of President infallible in the performance of his duties as President of the Republic. ' take it 'presidential prerequisite in the executive branch', calling to 'work together for the success of the political process, and pass the difficult stage about the country's stability and prosperity'. http://www.ikhnews.com/index.php?page=article&id=127501
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  • Patrizia's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:22 PM
    Priceless. Thanks Guardian, makes me cry.
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  • guardian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:27 PM
    America: The Iraqi government has failed By Khabaar Khaba 30.7.2014 7:02 | Views: 10816 Brother - Follow-up A report by the U.S. State Department on religious freedom, if Iraq failed to protect religious minorities and that the presence of Christians in the Middle Pat "weak and threatened." And report to the annual religious freedoms in 2013, released by the U.S. State Department, said that the Christian presence in the Middle East has become "weak and threatened", pointing out that hundreds of thousands of Christians have fled to Syria from the scourge of war has been going on for three years. He accused the report seen by the Agency for News News (et) the Iraqi government to "create an environment that allows and encourages intolerance and violence violations," adding that there are abuses and discrimination based on religion in Iraq. He pointed out that the Iraqi government has failed to prevent or investigate crimes that target minorities. The city of Mosul has become completely free of Christians who fled under threat Daash and Tejeaarham between conversion to Islam or contract disclosure or face death. Real Estate militants and confiscated the Christians and their residential and stripped of their belongings at checkpoints before going out of the city towards the plain of Nineveh and the Kurdistan Region. And subjected Daash city of Mosul, fully under his control and his view of a dish of hard-line Islamic law on religious minorities of Christians, Shiites and Yazidis, causing the displacement of hundreds of thousands. They had been targeting Christians in condemnation internationally and domestically wide. The city of Mosul, Iraq's second-largest and oldest cities and population-based Iraqis Christians, and later Baghdad and Basra. Before the US-led invasion in 2003, there were more than a million Christians living in Iraq, including more than 600 000 in Baghdad, 60 in Mosul, Alpha, and also in the cities of Kirkuk and Basra. http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&hl=en&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://khabaar.net/index.php/permalink/26084.html&usg=ALkJrhgOLkNOfaRHVBiCOlau4Bj0jga47g
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    Yesterday, 08:05 PM
    Shahristani block: negotiations to resolve the prime ministerial candidate confined to the leadership of the first row Wednesday, July 30, 2014 18:39 For h / p p Twilight News / said independent bloc, led by Deputy Prime Minister Hussein al-Shahristani, and were part of the coalition of state law, Wednesday, that the ongoing negotiations on the resolution of the prime ministerial candidate sandwiched between the leaders of the first row of the National Alliance and there is no direct knowledge of any Vice alliance on the course of those negotiations. A member of the bloc, Samira al-Moussawi's "Twilight News" that "the negotiations that take place in the National Alliance on resolving the prime ministerial candidate sandwiched between people, countless are the leaders of the coalition and not to one of the members of the coalition, whether they call them associates or others informed of the progress of those negotiations." She explained that "secret negotiations and limited to the first row of the leaders of the National Alliance comes to the sensitivity of the post of prime minister." And on the reports that indicated the withdrawal of Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki of running for prime minister and put the name of Hussain al-Shahristani as a candidate for state law showed al-Moussawi said, "What can not announce his assertion or exile." And ended with the political blocs last week before naming the presidency of the Council of Representatives is named in the presidency last week, that the end of the National Alliance of naming its candidate for prime minister during the next few days. Still a coalition of state law, insisting on the nomination of al-Maliki to hold office for a second term which seems to hinder the resolution of this file. And the National Coalition rejects moguls Home (Liberal, the Supreme Council, the Virtue) the assumption of the office of al-Maliki, who is also the position of the Sunnis and Kurds. The top Shiite religious authority in Iraq called on Friday the country's leaders not to cling to positions to resolve the formation of the government in an implicit reference to al-Maliki step down. http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&hl=en&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://www.shafaaq.com/sh2/index.php/news/iraq-news/80820-2014-07-30-15-40-59.html&usg=ALkJrhgRssbG9fGrF1yR-N0lgiDiR7GM0w
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  • guardian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:39 PM
    A picture is worth a 1,000 words! Nouri Al Maliki refuses to budge By Adam Published: 20:00 July 30, 2014 http://gulfnews.com/opinions/cartoons/nouri-al-maliki-refuses-to-budge-1.1365565
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  • tudor's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:41 PM
    Thanks guarian. Now if this is for real, (hard to believe M would quit) then they need to get rid of 4 more candidates and have only one for to vote on. Lets get it done gang!
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  • harry's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:40 PM
    Liberal: National Alliance has five candidates for prime minister and al-Maliki withdraw his candidacy BAGHDAD / newspaper rectitude - MP for the Liberal bloc Riad al-Saadi, Wednesday, that the National Alliance has five candidates for the post of prime minister, including al-Jaafari and al-Shahristani, while noting that Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, to withdraw his candidacy for the job because of political pressure. Saadi said in a press statement, "The National Alliance has five candidates for the post of prime minister," noting that "three of these candidates of the National Coalition they Ahmed Chalabi and Ibrahim al-Jaafari and normal Abdul-Mahdi, and two others of state law and are Khodair al Hussain al-Shahristani". Saadi added that "the Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki, to withdraw his candidacy for the job," attributing the reason that "there was pressure from other political blocs." He said al-Saadi said that "al-Shahristani has a lot of policies and relations, but he is nominated because he Alkhozai from within his own party." The differences are still going on within the National Alliance for the selection of the prime minister for the next government at a time, which is still state law clings Nouri al-Maliki as prime minister, the other blocks within the coalition of the Liberal and the citizen refuses this nomination, as well as the other blocks out of the coalition is still continuing in its refusal Cutter to take over as prime minister Nuri al-Maliki for the third session. http://alestiqama.com/?p=106332
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  • Patrizia's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:33 PM
    If this holdS, the first round of drinks are on me, DSers. Lemonade for you Med, we've got to get you better1
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  • Patrizia's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:31 PM
    Since this is the first thing I've read today, I'm a bit reluctant to "strike up the band", but WOW! I didn't think it would happen. Now let's see how he keeps himself from hanging. Thanks for the post, Harry.
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  • harry's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:47 PM
    " added Al-Saadi "The Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki to withdraw his candidacy for the job," attributing the reason that "there was pressure from other political blocs.
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  • W8n2cashin's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:06 PM
    Thanks harry, Confirmation - Maliki, you're outta here!
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  • Ranjoesgirl's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:40 AM
    I agree harry, - inie, mini, myni, moe! lol :cool: Thanks harry for the article.
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