Archive for May, 2014

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Electoral Commission announced the arrival of the ratio of counting the votes in the capital to 30%.

A member of the Board of Commissioners Mohsen al-Moussawi, the “Furat” Today, “The operations of counting the votes in Baghdad has reached 30%, stressing that” the process of counting centers in Rusafa continuous and by lips. (more…)

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Baghdad morning suggested the parliamentary legal committee approve the general budget bill this month, excluded used as in the formation of political alliances after the elections. Vice President of the Kurdistan Alliance bloc Committee member Mohsen al-Sadoun stressed that “file the budget in 2014 would not fall within the papers pressure for the formation of political alliances to form the next government. (more…)

Screen Shot 2013-10-01 at 8.03.29 PMIraq Central Bank announced last week for printing new bank notes contain signs of additional security make it difficult to counterfeit or tampered with.

The Director of Treasury at the Central Bank Ihsan Shomran Yasiri to my home that the CBI re-printed paper currencies of small denominations (250, 500 and 1000) dinars, and also large groups (5, 10 and 25) thousand dinars. ”

“The new currency, which started offering small ones for trading not much different from the currency currently in circulation among the citizens in terms of shape, but it provided the technical specifications more efficient and safer as contained signs of security and properties of many technical make currency a longer lifetime and are difficult or impossible to falsify.” (more…)