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Parliamentary Finance calls for postponement of the vote on the candidates of the posts of the Gover

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Post by rocky on Wed 31 Jul 2019, 2:36 am

Parliamentary Finance calls for postponement of the vote on the candidates of the posts of the Gover
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30 June 2019 - 9:30 p

 BAGHDAD / The Finance Committee in the House of Representatives, a request to the President of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbusi, to postpone the vote on the candidates of the posts of the Governor of the Central Bank and the President of the Office of Financial Supervision.

The network "Iraq News", a letter issued by the Chairman of the Finance Committee Haitham Jubouri Dated 29/6/2019, included a request addressed to Halabousi to postpone the vote on the candidates of the posts of the Governor of the Central Bank and the President of the Office of Financial Supervision, among the reasons that the delay came to see the potential candidates and plans to develop the work of those important institutions. 

Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Wednesday (June 26, 2019) sent the names of candidates for positions of special grades, including the Governor of the Central Bank to the House of Representatives after approval by the Council of Ministers. And got (Baghdad today) a document issued by Abdul Mahdi and addressed to Parliament, including the names of candidates to the positions of special grades, after the approval of the Council of Ministers in its meeting last Tuesday, and the names are: Ali Abdul Amir Allawi for the post of governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Salah Nouri Khalaf for the post of head of the Financial Control Bureau, Mohamed Abdel Hadi Mohamed Taqi El Hakim for the post of advisor to the Prime Minister, Fayadh Hassan Nema for the post of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil, Hamid Yunis Saleh Al Zobaie for the post of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil and Adel Karim Kak Ahmed for the post of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Industry.

Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi "We will proceed with the steps to vote on these grades in turn, without quotas despite the attempts to impose some names, but we stopped all this and we went without a quota," he said on Tuesday (25 June 2019). Ali Abdel Amir Allawi for the post of Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Salah Nuri Khalaf for the post of Chief of the Financial Supervisory Bureau, and Mohamed Abdel Hadi Mohamed Taqi Hakim for the post of adviser to the Prime Minister, Fayadh Hassan Nema for the post of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil, and Hamid Yunis Saleh Zobaie for the post of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil, (25 June 2019), the vote on seventy general managers of all special grades, adding, "We will proceed with the steps to vote on these grades successively, and without quotas despite attempts to impose Some of the names, but we stopped all this and a flashlight Without quotas.

" Ali Abdel Amir Allawi for the post of Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Salah Nuri Khalaf for the post of Chief of the Financial Supervisory Bureau, and Mohamed Abdel Hadi Mohamed Taqi Hakim for the post of adviser to the Prime Minister, Fayadh Hassan Nema for the post of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil, and Hamid Yunis Saleh Zobaie for the post of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil, (25 June 2019), the vote on seventy general managers of all special grades, adding, "We will proceed with the steps to vote on these grades successively, and without quotas despite attempts to impose Some of the names, but we stopped all this and a flashlight Without quotas. "


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Biography - Ali Abdul Amir Allawi


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Mr Allawi has spent most of his life outside Iraq
Ali Abdul-Amir Allawi spent almost three years at the centre of power in Iraq.
He was Minister of Trade and Minister of Defence in the Interim Iraq Governing Council from September 2003 to 2004.

He was also Minister of Finance in the Iraqi Transitional Government from 2005 to 2006. He survived two attempts on his life.

In the end he became disillusioned with politics in Iraq and left government. He decided to write a book to try to understand why Iraq has ended up in its current condition.

"The Occupation of Iraq - Winning the War: Losing the Peace" was published earlier this year.

In it he says, "The situation in Iraq is complex, dangerous and fraught with poor alternatives. But it is not hopeless."

Mr Allawi is Shia and was born in Baghdad in 1947 but has spent most of his life in exile.

He first left Iraq in 1958. His family had been deeply involved in the politics of the kingdom but found themselves on the wrong side of the 14th of July revolution.

After the Ba'ath Party came to power in 1968 he knew a return to Iraq would be impossible. He opposed Saddam Hussein's rule from afar.

He went to school in the UK and graduated from MIT in the United States with a BSc in Civil Engineering.

After completing an MBA from Harvard University he worked in international development for the World Bank. He co-founded the Arab International Finance merchant bank in 1978.

In 1992 he founded the Fisa Group which manages hedge funds. Between 1999 and 2002 he was a Senior Associate at St Antony's College, Oxford.

A few hours after the attacks of 11 September, 2001, Mr Allawi predicted that the Americans would overthrow the Taliban; begin a 'war' on radical Islam and get rid of Saddam Hussein.

After his predictions came true, his hopes for a democratic, stable Iraq were dashed. He blames the "incoherence of the American 'project' and the incompetence of the new Iraqi political order."

In his book Mr Allawi offers some solutions.

He recommends some devolution of power to the regions in Iraq.

He also says some sort of economic and political integration is necessary in the region as a whole.

And he says independent authorities need to be set up to take charge of the reconstruction projects and security. 


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