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CBI Turki Retiring: Cabinet transmit Abdul Basit Turki on retirement and appoints Keywords central bank governor

Tuesday, 02 September  2014

Cabinet transmit Abdul Basit Turki on retirement and appoints Keywords central bank governor 

Cabinet agreed Tuesday to refer the Head Office of Financial Supervision Abdul Basit Turki into retirement. 

The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers said in a statement that "the Council of Ministers decided during its regular day to approve the referral of Abdel Basset Turki head of the BSA on retirement for the end of his rule of law." 

The statement noted that "assigning tasks Ali Mohsen Ismail's central bank governor and the agency." 

The statement added that "the new government will take nominations for the posts of governor of the Central Bank and the Financial Inspection Office and according to the legal institutions and the mechanism set forth therein." 

The Council of Ministers also decided to approve the cancellation of the decision of the Council of Ministers No. 371 for the year 2011 on obtaining official approvals for occupancy parties and political entities of the properties belonging to the state. 

He attributed the reason to oppose it with the provisions of Article 26 of the law on the sale and lease of state property No. (21) for the year 2013. 

The Cabinet decided last year to request the President Office of Financial Supervision Abdul Basit Turki management position of Governor of the Central Bank and the Agency.

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Monday, September 1, 2014

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Vladimir Putin, BRICS Bank and Eclipse of South American Idealism

September 1, 2014

Vladimir Putin, BRICS Bank and Eclipse of South American Idealism

If recent developments are any indication, South American political elites seem to have jettisoned much of the high minded left idealism of past years in favor of crass economic interests. In a somewhat outlandish turn of events, Brazil has embraced Vladimir Putin, a figure who has desperately sought to end his country's political and diplomatic isolation. Since Russia came to the aid of Ukraine's rebels, the west has imposed stiff sanctions on the Kremlin, and Putin seems keen on consolidating the inchoate BRICS group (which counts Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa as members) as a means of counteracting such pressure.

Far from protesting Russian aggrandizement, Brazil has warmed to Putin and there are even plans afoot to found a so-called BRICS development bank no less. Brazil's courting of Russia is a bad political sign for the future. To be sure, Latin America has its own reasons to oppose U.S.-influenced financial institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank. Indeed, loan recipients have long resented the lecturing IMF, which imposes tough reforms in lieu of financial assistance. In light of the region's unfortunate historic experience with such entities, it's politically understandable that many countries would seek to build up their own rival institutions.

Nevertheless, the idea of countering western financial muscle through an alliance with Russia is dubious at best. What is more, there are serious questions about the viability of the new BRICS bank, as well as its commitment to sustainable development. Moreover, by calling for the creation of a BRICS bank, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and others seem to be turning their backs on previous and more innovative efforts in Latin America to counteract western-style capitalism.

Bank of the South Imbroglio

Though certainly disappointing, Rousseff's embrace of the BRICS bank and Putin should not come as a great surprise. Though Brazil forms part of the original "Pink Tide" of leftist regimes taking power in the hemisphere, the country has always been most cautious when it came to promoting a truly progressive agenda, and in some cases the South American giant has even watered down such impulses. Take, for example, Brazil's posture towards Venezuelan-inspired Bank of the South, an initiative launched by Venezuela's Hugo Chávez in 2007 to counteract the IMF while fostering regional integration, poverty alleviation and investment.

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Ebola virus: Six 'high risk' passengers from West Africa quarantined at Delhi airport

(watch for Ebola outbreaks in the BRICS countries .. bio-warfare?) Brazil, Russia, India, China, S, Africa ..

Monday, 1 September 2014 

Ebola virus: Six 'high risk' passengers from West Africa quarantined at Delhi airport

Six people deemed “high risk” Ebola suspects were on Monday admitted to a quarantine facility at Delhi airport, health ministry said. The suspects were among 181 passengers who arrived in India from the affected western African countries.

As of Monday, the ministry said, as many as 816 passengers were being tracked by authorities under Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme. These passengers are those who carried certain risk because of suspicion that they might have come in touch with Ebola victims and are being monitored to ensure that they are attended to in case they develop symptoms of the dangerous disease.

"Report has been received from state IDSP units of 18 of the 20 states about 80 passengers being monitored. One passenger, who is being tracked and monitored in West Bengal has confirmed to be having Malaria...," it said.

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Dr. Jim Willie: Important Update 08_31_14

IMF Completes First Review Under Stand-By Arrangement for Ukraine and Approves US $1.39 Billion Disbursement

August 29, 2014

IMF Completes First Review Under Stand-By Arrangement for Ukraine and Approves US$1.39 Billion Disbursement

The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) today completed the first review of Ukraine’s performance under an economic program supported by a Stand-By Arrangement (SBA). The completion of this review enables the disbursement of SDR 914.67 million (about US$1.39 billion), which would bring total disbursements under the arrangement to SDR 2.97 billion (about US$4.51 billion).

Overall, economic policies have generally been implemented as agreed in the program, as the Ukrainian authorities have persisted in taking difficult measures despite the volatile political situation. However, the conflict in the eastern part of the country is taking its toll on the economy and society, and compensatory measures will be critical to achieve key program targets agreed for 2014 and beyond. The program remains highly challenging and continues to hinge crucially on the assumption that the conflict will subside in the coming months.

In completing the review, the Executive Board approved waivers of nonobservance of performance criteria related to international reserve accumulation and the cash deficit of the general government on the basis of corrective actions taken. 

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Zebari: intensive consultations to overcome differences

September 1st, 2014

Zebari: intensive consultations to overcome differences

Confirmed the Iraqi Foreign Minister, Hoshyar Zebari, on a consensus among Iraqi political parties to overcome all their differences and agree on a new government, saying: "We are in the midst of talks and negotiations."

The Iraqi official said in an interview for "Sky News Arabia" be directed at the leadership of the Kurdistan region is to contribute to the success of the process of change and the political transition and the positive and constructive participation in the next government.

"What happened from the threat of expansion and to organize an Islamic state in some provinces and cities of Iraq led to the creation of more cooperation between the political and social forces."

He pointed out that the consultation meetings being positive atmosphere, likely announcement of the government in the legal timeframe.

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Iraqi forces advancing north of the country

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

Iraqi forces advancing north of the country 

Achieved by Iraqi forces backed by peshmerga fighters and armed factions linked to the Iraqi government, progress in the field after he managed to regain control on my part Amerli and Suleiman Beck in Salahuddin province, north-eastern Iraq.

The gunmen took control of the organization "Islamic State" on your hand Suleiman since more than 10 months, and imposed a blockade on hand Amerli about 50 days before regaining control them.

And declared, "My fight against terrorism," Iraqi "cleansing hand of Solomon Beck fully" stood as reported by our correspondent, while Iraqi Prime Minister outgoing Nuri al-Maliki visited the town of Amerli to confirm regain control.

In Baghdad, killing 7 people and wounded 16 others alternately explosion of two car bombs targeted a cafe in the Amil district southwest of the capital.

And seeks Iraqi forces, backed by American air strikes, to invest this progress in the north to go to the city of Mosul, which is controlled by militants, "the Islamic State" in full.

In the meantime, he informed President Barack Obama, Congress officially, that he has agreed on a new air strikes in Iraq to assist in the delivery of humanitarian aid to the besieged towns in northern Iraq.

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U.S. Preps For Ebola Outbreak: Cases May Exceed 100,000 By December: “The Numbers Are Really Scary”

September 1st, 2014

U.S. Preps For Ebola Outbreak: Cases May Exceed 100,000 By December: “The Numbers Are Really Scary”

Though news on the Ebola virus has been muted since two American health care workers were admitted to U.S.-based facilities last month, the deadly contagion continues to spread. 

According to the World Health Organization more than 40% of all Ebola cases thus far have occurred in just the last three months, suggesting that the virus is continuing to build steam.

Physicist Alessandro Vespignani of Northeastern University in Boston is one of several researchers trying to figure out how far Ebola may spread and how many people around the world could be affected. Based on his findings, there will be 10,000 cases by September of this year and it only gets worse from there.

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Prime Minister of France up to Baghdad and discuss with Zebari, the establishment of an international conference on Iraq crisis

Tuesday, 02 September 2014 

Prime Minister of France up to Baghdad and discuss with Zebari, the establishment of an international conference on Iraq crisis

Baghdad - A delegation headed by French Prime Minister Francois Fillon to Iraq and was greeted by Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari in Baghdad International Airport.

A statement by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of "The delegation, which also included Pierre Lellouche, Minister of Trade in the government of the former French research with Zebari, Iraqi relations - the French and the internal situation and regional and international support for Iraq."

The price of the Minister Zebari "French support humanitarian, technical and support the government and the people in the war against terrorism organization Daash."

Zebari also welcomed the initiative of the French president on the establishment of an international conference to support Iraq and the fight against terrorism in the near future. "

French President Francois Hollande declared in 20 of last August in a newspaper interview that he "will propose soon hold a conference on security in Iraq, and about how to cope with organizing Daash."

As announced the French Foreign Ministry last Friday to begin preparations for the conference.

It is said that the Iraqi forces battling for weeks against Daash terrorist gangs in several areas of the country amid international support highlighted by the implementation of the United States air strikes on terrorists' positions in Mosul and Erbal.

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