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Message Subject Iraq an economic Study
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So, they've appointed a replacement for Shabibi. I guess we'll find out who's got the bigger stick in the very near future. Hey, at least something's happening.

10/16/2012 - 4:37 pm | Hits: 113


Said Ali al-Moussawi, media adviser to Prime Minister vote of the Council of Ministers to assign Abdul Basit Turki to manage the central bank to further notice.

Moussawi said in a statement to the prime minister and received news agency Buratha a copy of it on Tuesday that "the Council of Ministers today voted to assign Abdul Basit Turki to manage the central bank to further notice, the successor to the Shabibi."

The Integrity Commission has the Integrity Commission ordered the arrest of Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi and 16 other officials, including the deputy governor of the Central Bank the appearance of Mohammed Saleh.

Read more: [link to dinarvets.com]



Here's my post of the month nominee, from SocalDinar that gives a good theory about our recent unpleasantness.

Maybe this is how this will play out, Shabs has been manipulating the value down and it has now been exposed by the GOI

Although he committed no crimes he is the scapegoat The Dinar can now be revalued to it's proper place.

No US , IMF or perceived world intervention. This would be entirely a soverign Iraq's decision, The people may buy it,

Maybe The small denoms are ready and were delivered by the US planes last week

Shabibi is given amnesty because he actually broke no laws and he lives the rest of his life a very rich man.

He is willing to take the fall for love of country.

 Quoting: ReVbo™

They better have some solid evidence or this will look like a dictatorial action. Power grab and take over.
 
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