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    Talibani Press Release: Office of President 2/24/10

    Talibani Press Release: Office of President 2/24/10
    February 24, 2010 · Posted in NEWS
    The Republic of Iraq
    Office of the President
    Press Office

    Rebounds Releases: reading in the press in Baghdad for a day February 24, 2010

    1. Union
    - Iraq is suing the company sold counterfeit devices to detect explosives.
    – Biden discuss with Melkert telephone forthcoming parliamentary elections.
    - Odierno: You may keep some U.S. combat forces after the date of withdrawal.
    - French Industry Minister to visit Baghdad tomorrow.
    - Iraq’s oil revenues amounted to 4,4 billion U.S. dollars in January last year.
    - Disable the official working hours from 4 until 8 March because of the elections.
    - Poll: 63% of voters will participate in the elections.

    2. Justice
    - Abd al-Mahdi: the priorities of the coalition working to change the situation and people’s aspirations … During his visit, spend Chabaish and hand the Panthers and the surrounding villages.
    - Vice President Adel Abdul-Mahdi: the sources of power and sophistication available to our people but they need to manage properly.
    - UNHCR: we have mechanisms to prevent the recurrence of manipulating the elections abroad.
    - Supreme Security Committee of the elections Decisions of the emergency.
    - Activists demanding positions sovereign and assert their role as parliamentarians active in the parliament.

    3. Morning
    - U.S. politicians perceiving a weakness in their ability to influence the Iraqi political scene .. Washington is considering contingency plans, deputies committee rejects unilateral measures.
    - Hashemi, Nazif in Cairo .. Discuss a number of important issues.
    - Education announces exam dates portfolios.
    - Disable the official working hours from 4 to 8 March to facilitate the holding of elections .. State of alert and preparedness in Baghdad starting next Sunday.
    - Thousands of visitors go to Samarra to commemorate the death of the al-Askari.
    - Study to create a global university in Dhi Qar .. Abdel Mahdi stresses the importance of active participation in the elections.
    - Al-Dabbagh: Most explosives detectors suitable for use .. the Council of Ministers discussed the results of the investigation.
    - Integrity emphasizes the right of journalists to ensure access to information .. at a seminar held on investigative journalism.
    - The withdrawal of the lists of opposition from the Kurdish parliament .. Hall to protest the cameras output channels.

    4. Term
    - Congress refused to link the application of the Convention external interference .. Odierno, referring to delay the withdrawal of U.S. troops .. Gates: the situation would not deteriorate.
    - Disclosure of a secret visit by Allawi to Iran .. Mutual accusations among politicians in the election fight fever.
    - Four billion dollars in oil revenues in the month of January
    - Ayad al-Samarrai: I will accept the Parliament under the chairmanship of seconds.
    - A government survey: 19 million people will participate in the elections.
    - Parliamentarians: recent acts of violence were politically motivated.
    - Parliamentarians expect a surge of violence .. And Atta is accused blocs, which withdrew from the elections.
    - Badran: no curfew on the ballot a political decision.
    - Government not to recognize the validity of some explosives detectors.

    5. Middle East
    – Allawi: Elements governor made a fuss about the two rounds of Arab .. Former Iraqi Prime Minister: the failed policies of the government led to the isolation of Iraq.
    - Bolani: No Dedicate guns and cars to voters .. Amid heightened debate about the use of public money booths.
    - Leadership in the organization of Al-Mutlaq: no dispute over the withdrawal .. Tamim was not an irreversible decision.
    - America braced for the political turmoil and security after Iraq’s elections .. Prepared contingency plans include postponing the withdrawal of combat troops.
    - A spokesman for the Iraqi government: importers will bring to the investigation .. Baghdad: Snkadhi company Batna explosives detector to be inactive.

    6. Fraternity
    - President Masoud Barzani: Kurdish women today, the heir to the women who Benin society Revolutionary Kurdistan.
    - Secretary of the Political Bureau of the Kurdistan Democratic Party emphasizes the active participation in the upcoming elections.
    - America will not change the scale withdrawal from Iraq, but if it saw a serious deterioration in the security situation.
    - List of Ishtar: the protection of international demands to maintain the security of Christians in Iraq.
    - The Iraqi government decided to withdraw a number of scanners explosives for incompetence.
    - Higher Committee for the security of elections, announced the entry of the election security plan into effect.
    - Local Agency: Agreement between Tehran and Damascus, the backing of the Supreme Council for the presidency Allawi, the next government.

    7. Orient
    - The Commission expects high turnout in the legislative elections next … State law, aspires to form a majority government and the coalition of the unity of Iraq al-Mashhadani run for the presidency.
    - Buffer government: the Agreement on Damascus and Tehran to the presidency of Allawi’s government.
    - Disable the official working hours from the fourth until the eighth of March because of the elections.
    - Al-Dabbagh: the bulk of the explosives detectors from Mnascie original and suitable for use.
    - A government survey: 72% of Iraqis fear the election Tmila foreigners.
    - Mounting accusations of vote-buying among the candidates in Iraq.
    - Lists of Kurdish political interference confirm the appointment of staff at polling stations.
    - Baghdad Provincial Council attributes the recent security breaches to the neglect of the security forces for duty in the capital.

    8. The new evidence
    - Sources: meetings of the Baathists in Qatar and Egypt pledged not to recognize the results of the elections in Iraq if the aims of the Baathists.
    - Mr. Hussein al-Sadr’s (new evidence): the ballot box, is only the truth of the disciplinary officials who fall short against the people.
    - Al-Hakim’s (editor): I said to Mr. Hassan Nasrallah, I wanted to be at the head of Moqtada al-Sadr fighters in the Lebanon.
    - A security official: weapons silencers to Alaracbtamoil external interference.

    9. Time
    - Abdul-Mahdi meets press Nasiriyah and calls for a systematic and auditing.
    - Watermelon for (time): sensitive to Allawi and behind the campaigns against … Iraq denies its alliance with the National Coalition and its president’s visit to Tehran.
    - Close the entrances and exits of the provinces and a curfew … Emergency decisions to ensure the security of the ballot.
    - Washington looming to delay the withdrawal of troops from Iraq.
    - Jaafari exclude a popular boycott of the elections … Samurai hopes to contribute to parliament and the government to activate the next investment.
    - Dialogue for (time): pressure and contacts for the return of the front to the competition … Human body to re-Mutlaq and Ani.

    10. Statement
    - Al-Maliki and candidates of the rule of law: Visits candidates to the regional countries fool the citizen and bullying abroad
    - Holiday elections begins Thursday and ends Monday.
    - Kamal-Saadi’s (statement): will reap the 100 seats in the new parliament.
    - Commission reassure voters abroad on measures to ensure the integrity of the elections and declare the mechanism for distributing
    Seats.
    - Al-Dabbagh: the bulk of the explosives detectors for use.

    Views
    1 – Let’s elect – Hussein Ali al-Hamadani (morning)

    The writer refers to the days that separate us from the date of the elections and every day increasing the pace of electoral campaigns in the form that prevailed in the Iraqi scene and the overall situation that we live in a climate of positive security is also good for the Iraqi people not only talk to him about elections, candidates and their parties and Aitlavathm, and this time his free of the chaos and sectarian and historical place, where it became clear to us that the electoral scene, tune now and will of the people and the Iraqi voters who are looking to choose their representatives in the next parliament, according to new insights are far from sectarianism and alignments have been caused by rejection of any form of polarization that are harmful to national unity of the Iraqi people from one side and hand, the strong desire of the Iraqi voters in the election qualified to lead the country in the coming years after it suffered from the political divisions in the past years, generating a weakness in the overall level of services offered to the citizen as well as weak in the political decision, if not further in the resolution between the parliamentary blocs to we found that Iraq’s parliament ended its mandate in many of its meetings, the mission fails to achieve quorum and this is reflected negatively on the citizen and the Iraqi street, and even on the security done as a lot of people realize that Iraq was a crisis in the country is not a security crisis as it is a political crisis that affected on the overall situation other.

    He believes, therefore, the upcoming elections represent a light at the end of the tunnel for the Iraqi people who managed to get through public pressure to Iraqi public opinion to approve the open-list system in elections and popular marches followed for the implementation of decisions of the accountability and justice for the exclusion of candidates covered by these achievements and give an indication of strongly that the Iraqi people attached great importance to these elections and rely on the results that the change was certainly a lot of things that we got used to in the years that followed the fall of one-party system and this is what he read made him eagerly and the conduct of the election programs of candidates and ask and explore, and looking good, and undoubtedly several factors will help the next government accomplish what you want done, At the forefront of public awareness of these factors based on national interest and unity of the country rejected the agendas of Foreign Affairs, Group II and the important thing is the readiness of security forces and the Iraqi military to face any challenges that may impede the democratic process in Iraq, compounded by the increased pace of development in the country and the readiness of Iraq to attract foreign investment in the form, which provides many jobs for Iraqis.

    It emphasizes that the option of national elections and participate in a national duty and the right of the rights enjoyed by Iraqi wherever it is added to the feeling that the Iraqi citizens that participate in the election means to participate in building the State on the basis of valid and sound.

    Press reports

    1 – U.S. politicians perceiving a weakness in their ability to influence the Iraqi political scene .. Washington is considering contingency plans, deputies committee rejects unilateral measures (morning)

    Confronted with proposals made by Lt. Gen. Raymond Odierno, commander of U.S. forces to officials in Washington about the prospects for development of contingency plans to delay the full withdrawal of troops from Iraq, rejected by other members of the parliamentary defense and security, which confirmed that any new changes must take place according to a prior agreement between the two countries. These developments came at a time when U.S. diplomats complained that they are perceiving a weakness in their ability to influence the Iraqi political scene, which several observers Iraqis “very positive” and provide evidence of the democratic process in the country. Quoted by the Washington Post yesterday) translation of the morning (that Odierno told officials in Washington recently, the prospects for development of contingency plans for his country’s troops in Iraq. Odierno did not disclose details of those plans, but said according to the paper: he hoped they would not be necessary, stressing at the time himself that he is willing to make changes if problems occur in the coming months. But the U.S. politicians ruled out the possibility to keep their troops in Iraq beyond next August, that Afghanistan approved of President Barack Obama to send up to thirty thousand troops to Bhajpaly more troops to stop the deterioration of the situation. He also said U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates, in turn, the position of his country from the situation in Iraq, saying: “we can not take the decision to change plans as we have not seen a clear deterioration in the security situation in Iraq, but so far do not see something of this deterioration Absolutely.” The volume of U.S. forces in Iraq today to some 96 thousand troops, at the time expected the figure to fall to about fifty thousand only in the last stages of the security pact with the end of the year 2010, these forces would be earmarked for the purpose of training and support for counter-terrorism operations and support civic projects in the country . But the U.S. ambassador to Iraq Christopher Hill said in a statement before the Senate Foreign Relations: The most important obstacles to post-election phase is a stage of formation of the government, which is reason enough to know the concerns of the people. Ambassador Hill also acknowledged the necessity of the United States limited to the fact its ability to influence the Iraqi political situation these days. which U.S. diplomats complained of, as it stated that despite their hard work behind the scenes to support the political process, but they are constantly touching the vulnerable in their ability to influence the Iraqi political scene. But Iraqi observers believe that These statements by U.S. diplomats and a guide is a positive success and progress of the democratic process and the independence of the decision away from any external influences. He says in this regard, Marc Lynch, professor of political science at George Washington University, a statement reported by The Washington Post: “The mood of the current Iraqi strongly inclined to pride, a patriotism Xiaodpmessahp does not accept the American presence, “adding that direct U.S. involvement in controversial issues at the present time could lead to the outbreak of the political situation in Iraq. middle of this picture, the deputy pointed out just Berwari member of the security and defense committee that any delay or delay in the withdrawal of U.S. troops should be subject to extensive discussion by the two countries, and can not be taken unilaterally. Berwari said “morning” that the security situation in the development of a significant, but the emergence of any challenge or risk a regional could allow U.S. troops to stay in accordance with Article 27 of the security agreement, but according to an agreement between the parties, indicating that the withdrawal of troops moving in a positive and regular, and both parties are committed to implementing the Convention and to coordinate high level. in turn, stressed MP Abbas al-Bayati, a member of the security committee on the need to Washington’s commitment to the withdrawal schedule, saying that any delay in these tables is the wrong message will affect the credibility and to ensure that the transition from military relations to a path of strategic long-term in various aspects. “he said in a statement l) morning (: he can not change any clause in the agreement not to return to parliament, and can not absolve themselves of their commitment to the Convention, to be called the American side cautious in his remarks as the heat will increase the electoral competition.

    2 – Iraq is suing the company sold counterfeit devices to detect explosives (Union)

    He said Iraqi government spokesman Tuesday that his country will sue British company that sold the explosives-detection devices are ineffective. Ali al-Dabbagh told AFP that Baghdad will demand financial compensation from the British company.

    For those devices used by security forces in most of the security barriers in the country to detect explosives. After adding an investigation was conducted about the hardware on the orders of Prime Minister (Nuri al-Maliki) “more than fifty percent of these devices are the origins of the original and valid for use, effective and part of the imitator, and ineffective and unusable, and it has been the withdrawal of clones and non-viable and replacing them with more effective and authentic and intensification procedures for detecting and screening. ” Dabbagh said: “British police Snkadhi sold by us, so we look back our money,” but he declined to name the British company, or give more details.

    British police announced last month the arrest of businessman Jim Macornek (53 years), Director, “A TCS” on suspicion of fraud in conjunction with a resolution prohibits the export of products of this company’s explosives detection devices. Iraq has purchased large quantities for use at security checkpoints. Britain banned the export products of this company from bomb detection devices (AT DA 651). The government said in a statement that “tests have proven that the technology used in the manufacture of devices (A DA 651) and other devices similar to quality is not suitable to detect bombs.”

    The government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said Tuesday that the Council of Ministers discussed the results of the investigation, which concluded by the three committees set up to investigate the subject of explosives detectors, pointing out that the bulk of the equipment fit for use.

    Dabbagh said in a statement issued by his office that “the bulk of such devices is the origins of the original usable, effective and part of the imitator, and ineffective and unusable, and it has been the withdrawal of clones and non-viable and replacing them with more effective, authentic, and the intensification of inspection procedures and inspection.” Dabbagh added that “The cabinet shake hands and efforts of the members of our security and the watchful, careful to public safety and security of the country and will be forwarded to the people involved in contracting, import and receipt of clones and non-viable for investigation and prosecution and the prosecution of the manufacturer of these devices.”

    Meanwhile, student vice president for security and defense committee in parliament, Abdul Karim al-Samarrai, Tuesday, by reference to the details of contracts signed with companies that issued detectors for explosives in Iraq, calling for the need to hold accountable anyone found negligent in the importation of non-actors. Samarrai said that it “must be held accountable and negligent in the importation of non-actors that was the reason to cross the car bombs that killed more Iraqis from harm,” and urged “by reference to the details of contracts signed with companies that were counterfeit importation of them.”

    Samarrai said that “security and defense committee noted in its report to the subject devices are safe,” adding “We had contacts with the Ministries of Interior and Defense and the problem of the Prime Minister and the Inspector of the Ministry of the Interior, who had a prominent role in the detection of this deal.” He continued, “We wish to refer to eliminate underperforming for the purpose of trial and held accountable and that the verdicts against them in accordance with Iraqi law and so we may have to provide a lesson for all of tempted to risk the blood of Iraqis at the expense of receiving money is haraam.” The U.S. forces stationed in Iraq have revealed earlier this year by the inability of most scanners explosives imported by the Iraqi government, and corrupt financial long-import contracts where the price of the same organ with 60 thousand dollars sold in the markets of Britain, at $ 40 only.

    3 – Odierno: You may keep some U.S. combat forces after the withdrawal date (the Federation)

    The commander of U.S. forces in Baghdad, some U.S. combat troops could remain in Iraq this summer after the deadline for withdrawal, if not the country’s leaders could form a new government quickly.

    As quoted by the Wall Street Journal Tuesday. The newspaper said that this comment from Gen. Ray Odierno, one of the most visible sign so far of how to monitor the senior U.S. officials close to the Iraqi national elections next month to find evidence of whether the country will be able to rule themselves and maintain the current level of security, if U.S. troops move to spiral. The newspaper added, that “under the terms of Washington and the Washington Convention security to Baghdad, it is assumed to reduce U.S. troop levels to 50,000 military by the end of August,” while “turning the U.S. mission generally direct combat to support Iraqi security forces. It is assumed that the remaining U.S. troops leave Iraq by the end of the year 2011, “the paper quoted Odierno as saying at the Pentagon, said he expected” the departure of all U.S. combat troops from Iraq by September, “which reduces the size of U.S. forces, which are currently at their lowest level since the war began In March 2003, to 50,000 troops. “The withdrawal went as planned, because the initial plans was estimated that by now there would be 115,000 troops in Iraq rather than the current size of $ 96,000,” said Gen. Ray Odierno said “lack of clarity in Iraq’s political future means that the next phase of the withdrawal could proceed more slowly than originally planned. “He continued, commander of U.S. forces that he had prepared contingency plans would” leave some combat troops in Iraq after the first of September, if the country faced a serious political unrest or acts of violence on a large scale after the vote. ” He replied: “I have contingency plans for the chain of command informed on this week we can enforce them if they encountered problems,” stressing: “We are ready to implement them.” The U.S. commander said he was considering to slow down the withdrawal “if something happens” in Iraq over the next two or three months. He said he would pay special attention to the length of time that political leaders in Iraq to form a new coalition government after the ballot on 7 of March, and whether to accompany the political maneuvering in the formation of the government with no fresh violence. The newspaper said the former Iraqi national elections have seen a large number of attacks, and months of political instability in the country’s leaders haggled to forming a government. The paper adds: At this time, U.S. officials say they are cautiously optimistic that the lapse of the ballot is fine. Violence in general has declined in Iraq, the highest level in years 2006 and 2007, and became the government security forces working around independently of U.S. troops in many parts of the country. The newspaper said the result confine the role of U.S. forces support, they had undergone only one injury in the past three months. Odierno said he sees signs of the emergence of sectarian violence, and several attacks seems to be politically motivated, citing the recent events that targeted the headquarters of some parties and alliances. The paper concluded its report by saying Odierno said “This is what reminds us, as we move forward towards the elections, that Iraq is still fragile. It is fragile politically. ”

    It was U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Monday that the United States will not slow down the timetable for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, but if it saw a serious deterioration in the security situation there. “Before that we think of recommending something like this should see a sharp deterioration in the situation in Iraq and we Anchd This is certainly at the moment.”

    4 – In the latest survey by the National Center for information … 63% would participate in the elections and 72% fear that foreign funding of candidates (morning)

    Showed the results of the latest opinion poll conducted by the National Media Center said 63% of Iraqis who are eligible to vote will participate in the parliamentary elections scheduled for Seventh Well by next March.

    The supervisor of the Center, Ali al-Moussawi, said the poll, which included a random sample of five thousand distributed to all provinces in the country, between the provinces of Dahuk, Dhi Qar Stchehdan the highest rate of participation in the elections with 83% and 78% respectively, in Anbar province recorded the lowest the participation rate to 43.6%. He added: that 17% of the population participated in the elections because they were preparing a national duty, with 14% of them believed that their non-participation will bring the worst character, and 11% believe that their voices will influence in determining the future of the country, 10% believe that their faith comes to third-party candidates and parties. The survey showed that 54% of those who intend to participate in the forthcoming elections will be invited their parents to participate, while 15% would accept to participate on their own. Attribute 28% of those who do not intend to participate in the elections to the reasons for this lack of fairness in the elections, with 16% of them lack of views or parties or personalities, trust, and finds 14% of them are not convinced of the election. According to Moussaoui, 43% of citizens believe that maintaining as one electoral district will serve the coalitions and large menus, while 35% believed that this leads to focus limited powers in the House. About see the Iraqis on campaign finance, Moussawi said, according to the poll said 29% believe that little of the political parties are funded locally, and 36% went to some of them as well, while 13% say that all are funded from abroad. The poll also showed that 72% of Iraqis believe seriousness of the external financing of election campaigns, while 20% believed the opposite. and 34% expressed the wish list for the election of a prime-based, while 28% said they would vote for a list that represents the spectrum most of the people, also intends to 14% of the population to choose its electoral list, and wants 11% people choose the menu that represent their nationality. The results showed that 19% of citizens believe that the formation of a central government is the most prominent priorities, with 63% optimistic about the future of Iraqis their country. The poll sample included 66% of the urban areas and 34% of the rural sample included 53% of males and 47% of females.

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    Re: Talibani Press Release: Office of President 2/24/10

    Thanks Ice for bringing the news.

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