After a long day in Parliament Iraq has a new President and his name is Fuad Masum, a well respect Kurd with the vision of a National Non Sectarian Unity for Iraq.
QUOTE: “The head of the House of Representatives, Salim al announced, on Thursday, winning candidate Kurdish blocs Fuad Masum, the post of President of the Republic after receiving a majority of votes.”
15 Days Now To See A New Prime Minister
Now the Speaker of the House of Representatives calls on the new elected President to announce the largest bloc and for them to assign their nominee for Prime Minister.
QUOTE: “We call on the president to assign Fuad Masum, the largest bloc in the parliament to form a government and choose a prime minister.”
QUOTE: “the constitutional period to choose a prime minister is 15 days after the selection of the president.”
Folks, that’s 2 Iraqi Presidents down and 1 to go. Parliament will reconvene on the 5th of August to vote in a new Prime Minister.
Will it be Maliki, Mahdi or Chalabi?
I believe it will be Mahdi… But that’s just me!
We are now down to days and not months, when we see a new government formed completely that will implement many changes in Iraq.
With the right GOI I believe Turki will finally be able to launch the project that will change the lives of many in the world.
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Today is a bright and cheerful day in the Bavarian village of Germany. I can look up from my chalet and see the grand alpine mountains. I see them today thinking how many years already I have pondered my thoughts upon these mountains while writing these long news letters to help you.
I come to you today to give you a recent update on the election process and how this relates towards the international rollout of the IQD for Iraq.
If you have not read my previous news letter from yesterday I encourage you to first read it. Today’s news letter, as in all my news letters, is a continuation of the ongoing saga of the IQD RV process.
Well it looks like this week’s thrill is over. Voting for the new Iraq president is now done and that makes two out of the three presidents now seated. Fuad Masum wins the post of President of the Republic of Iraq. Hurray !
We now await for the speaker to announce the next session when they will vote for the new PM.
When this occurs, and if successful, we will be in an excellent window to finally see the international rollout of the IQD. We then go to the bank.
I personally think they will wait another week to sort out the candidates for prime minister. This position as you know is very controversial and Maliki will do what he can to sabotage the process. Get ready for a wild ride. This is where the rubber meets the road….lol…
He has already tried to completely disband the entire election process indefinitely by his “national emergency” shananagans. Then he tried to stall the voting on the speaker and just recently the voting on the president. So far nothing has worked to any long term consequences on the election process.
So what was Maliki’s shenanigan this week?
Recently Maliki (through his goons) tried to wreck the presidential voting process by instigating over 100 members from his party to submit their names as nominees in the hopes it would take them forever to review all their backgrounds.
Again stalling the process. The Kurds threatened to pull out of the process too at that time since they always believed the position is reserved for a Kurd. .
The plot almost worked but we have a very good, strong speaker and leader of parliament Al-Jabouri. The National Alliance too has the majority which means lots of power. But once again his lame tricks did not work. Many of the 100 candidates were simply dismissed since they were not of Kurdistan origin. Good try Maliki but no cigar !
Yes they had to postpone the voting for only a day because of this latest shenanigan but they now have their president seated. The clock is now ticking once again. They have 30 days (according to their constitution) to seat the prime minister. That brings us to a farthest out date of 8/23.
Will it go into August?
I strongly believe it will not and we can count on the end of next week having all three presidents seated.
If Maliki’s goons try another shenanigan it might be delayed for a short time but they are aggressively moving forward on this process and I can not see any lengthy delay, as worst case. Soon all the drama will be over.
I thought Maliki was gone?
I still believe he has been neutered and is sitting in a corner somewhere plotting out his next move. Yes he is very much in the background but he still has his goons in the State of Law coalition to do his dirty work and he is using them.
He still actually believes he can figure out a way to get his 3rd term, if he can only keep stalling the process. He is running out of tricks. He is not allowed in parliament during the voting process on so his influence on the members during the process is now minimal, if any.
They are also using the private voting proces which is much less intimidating. He has formally resigned. Will he have his usual address to the nation of Iraq as usual on Thursday..today?
This will be our sign he is gone if you don’t beleive me.
What can we expect in the coming days?
Now we wait for the deadline for the submission of candidates for the PM to be announced. Then we wait for the list of potential nominees that qualify for the job to be announced for the world to see.
So today’s news is all very good news and the process of building Iraq’s new government is moving forward. The question I have now is – What is the new target date for voting on the new prime minister? We now anxiously await to hear this news. I think perhaps they may tell us today. My contact in Iraq is now looking for the posting of the official parliamentary schedule.
I also believe, and so I am also hearing from my sources, that the budget passing and opening must coincide with the prime minister being seated and with all his cabinet. This all makes total sense to me too since it would if they are going to pull the trigger on the RV within the same timeframe. This too should be listed on the schedule when it comes out today.
Remember the RV does not depend on the budget but the budget needs the RV when opened.
So can they rollout the budget anytime?
No- technically the budget must coincide or come later than the RV. However I do not think they want to delay the budget anymore than they have to and so they are also trying desperately to coincide the two events. This is why we are hearing now the great rush to get the budget passed….understand?
We still do not know all the candidates for PM but we can put together a list from all the articles we have seen over the last couple months and get some idea. But none are definite until the final list is published. In Europe and in the USA we may never get the complete list till after the process is completed.
I am still hearing very strongly that once the new prime minister is seated and they now have a non-sectarian prime minister and fully formed government (so far they are heading in this direction) that the USA military will begin mopping up exercises on the militants and it will be swift.
The game plan is already designed and just waiting for the “go ahead” for execution. Meanwhile the Iraq army’s goal is to try to keep them controlled. Today news is definitely a breath of fresh air.
I want to emphasize once again this final announcement of the IQD going international will not happen until the USA feels the Iraq government is stable, non-sectarian and is a functional government.
This is has been the plan all along.
They may have wavered a bit on how the plan was implemented but the overall plan guidelines have not changed.
Resignation Paves Way for Caretaker Government, Early Elections
SOFIA, July 23Wed Jul 23, 2014 11:24am EDT
(Reuters) – Bulgaria’s technocrat Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski resigned as expected on Wednesday, leaving his successor to sort out the Balkan state’s worst banking crisis since the 1990s and with the fate of its fourth largest lender still in limbo.
In power for just over a year, his government bowed out after the ruling Socialists’ poor showing in May’s European Parliament elections, paving the way for an interim government to take over in August and a general election in October. (Reporting by Angel Krasimirov Editing by Jeremy Gaunt)
The Ukraine Prime Minister and his entire Cabinet just resigned because the potato was too hot and it was better to toss it. Of course I am talking about war crimes against your own countrymen. I am talking about charges of inciting a nuclear war over a false flag event with an airplane. Damn that’s one hot potato!
Prime Minister Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk of Ukraine resigned on Thursday. Credit Andrew Kravchenko/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
KIEV, Ukraine — Prime Minister Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk, a pro-Western technocrat who has guided the Ukrainian government through the tumultuous months since the ouster of President Viktor F. Yanukovyvch, resigned abruptly on Thursday, after the governing coalition of Parliament collapsed.
“I declare my resignation in connection with the collapse of the coalition and blocking of government initiatives,” Mr. Yatsenyuk said from the rostrum of Parliament.
Earlier in the day, two major parties announced they were leaving the governing coalition, a step that would allow President Petro O. Poroshenko to dissolve Parliament and call elections for the fall.
That announcement followed weeks of negotiations between the parties, but the move was not supported by Mr. Yatsenyuk’s Fatherland Party, which is led by the former prime minister, Yulia V. Tymoshenko, who had challenged Mr. Poroshenko for the presidency.
In his speech to Parliament, Mr. Yatsenyuk warned that the political maneuvering and the rush to early elections risked paralyzing the government and had already led to its failure to adopt crucial amendments to the budget.
“Our government now does not have an answer to the question how to pay salaries,” he said, adding: “How to support the army and armed forces? How not to demoralize the spirits of those tens of thousands of people who are sitting not in this hall, but in trenches under bullets?”
The dissolution of the governing coalition suggested that Mr. Poroshenko and his political allies were optimistic that the Ukrainian military would soon succeed in quashing the pro-Russian separatist insurrection that has troubled eastern Ukraine since early April.
Although fierce fighting continues, particularly near the Russian border, the Ukrainian military has made major advances in recent days and Mr. Poroshenko’s aides have told allies that they believe the military operation can be completed within two or three weeks, provided that there is no invasion by Russia or a large new influx of weapons and fighters across the border.
Mr. Poroshenko, in a statement issued before Mr. Yatsenyuk’s resignation, had urged Parliament to keep working and said there was no reason that government business should stop. Hepraised lawmakers and said their move reflected the will of Ukrainian voters demanding to replace Parliament, which was elected in 2012 and still includes many members who once supported Mr. Yanukovych.
“All opinion polls, as well as direct communication with the people, shows that the public wants a full rebooting of the authorities,” Mr. Poroshenko said.
Under the Ukrainian Constitution, Parliament chooses the prime minister, and members must vote to accept a resignation. It was not immediately clear if Mr. Yatsenyuk’s announcement meant he was leaving the government or if tendering his resignation was a tactical step that would not be accepted, or would be rescinded after further negotiations.
Vitaliy Kovalchuk, the parliamentary leader of the Udar party who helped negotiate the dissolution of the coalition, told reporters outside the chamber that Parliament had not yet voted to accept Mr. Yatsenyuk’s resignation, and he said the prime minister’s comments risked “destabilizing the situation in Ukraine.”
Mr. Yatsenyuk’s resignation was not unusual for Ukrainian politics, which can be tumultuous even under the best of circumstances, with internecine alliances and rivalries that often make it impossible to gauge who is allied with whom, regardless of public pronouncements.
Under Ukrainian law, the prime minister and the rest of the cabinet can resign and continue to work until a replacement government is chosen. Such a situation occurred earlier this year when Mr. Yanukovych dismissed his government in a bid to quell the street protests that ultimately removed him from office.
The collapse of the coalition Thursday was the result of the withdrawal of two parties, Udar, which is led by the former boxer Vitali Klitschko, and Svoboda, a nationalist party. The development followed weeks of negotiations, details of which were not immediately disclosed.
The process of replacing Parliament will take several months, and Mr. Poroshenko urged lawmakers to work productively in the meantime. “The withdrawal of members from the coalition should not paralyze the work of Parliament,” he said. “Parliament is obliged to continue to address issues of national importance.”
Mr. Poroshenko cited the need to adopt budget amendments, including financing for the military, as well as steps needed to comply with demands of international creditors who helped save Ukraine from default earlier this year.
“I urged all members of Parliament to work responsibly,” Mr. Poroshenko said, “with the knowledge that Ukraine is now fighting for the sovereignty, territorial integrity, for the very existence of our country, for the future of the Ukrainian people.”
The parliamentary elections will probably be held in late October or early November, a potentially ambitious timetable even if the military operation ends soon, given the deep damage to infrastructure and the displacement of citizens who fled eastern Ukraine to escape the fighting.
Although there has been broad public demand for elections since the ouster of Mr. Yanukovych, holding swift elections may allow Mr. Poroshenko to capitalize on widespread anti-Russian sentiment in Ukraine, including in parts of the east, presumably lifting the prospects of candidates who support the new government and favor integration with Europe.
The developments in Parliament on Thursday highlighted the difficulties Ukrainian leaders have faced trying to run a country that was on the verge of financial collapse even before Russia invaded and annexed Crimea, and rebels in the east plunged the country into war.
Hostilities have not slowed since the downing last week of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, which was destroyed by a missile over eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board. Ukrainian officials said they were alarmed by a growing mobilization of Russian military units along the border.
Andriy Lysenko, a spokesman for Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, said at a briefing on Thursday that four more Ukrainian soldiers had been killed in fighting overnight. On Wednesday, two Ukrainian military jets were shot down near the Russian border.
Russia has denied any involvement, and on Thursday, a deputy defense minister of Russia, Anatoly Antonov, challenged the United States to make public evidence to support its assertion.
“It has been announced that the U.S. technical intelligence data and satellite images confirm the launch of a missile from the territory under the rebels’ control,” Mr. Antonov said. “I have a question: Where are these data? Why they were not presented to public? Or are they, so to say, not completely prepared?”
Mr. Antonov also repeated Russia’s claims that the Ukrainian military might have been responsible for downing the passenger jet.
“American representatives have ruled out the Ukrainian Army’s role because the plane allegedly flew outside of the range of their missiles,” he said. “The question is: Are these Americans prepared to testify that this was exactly so? Do they know where in Ukraine all missile complexes are located?”
The world is staring hard at the false flag of MH17 and waiting for it all to be clear to those not yet awake that it was a pack of lies and a false flag. Then, just when you think that the Cabal cannot get any more stupid, they do it again as a distraction to the first one. They downed a flight out of Algiers to get us to now look over there. I assume they did a better job of killing those passengers. Yes, if at first you don’t succeed, try try again.
Due to a lack of interest, global nuclear war has been canceled!
It appears that the U.S. is back peddling as fast as it can in regards to Russia being despicable. In the meantime, Turkey has joined the ranks of those saying that the U.S. leadership is a bit too rank for them and so adiós. I believe that within a few days the whole world will get an expose picture of both the U.S. and Israel trying desperately to wipe shit off themselves from Flight MH17.