Iraqi Dinar Guru opinions 5-14-18

Iraqi Dinar Guru opinions 5-14-18

Iraqi Dinar Guru opinions-predictions5-14-2018 Newshound Guru Kaperoni Looks PM al-Abadi’s political bloc is leading the elections. Let’s hope so as this will give us the quickest formation of a new government and continued motivation to make economic changes. Some people do not understand the significance of the elections, a government with the same directive and motivation for change along with proven stability is critical for investor confidence. Remember, confidence is what will drive the dinars value up. A lack of will cause reluctance and a hesitance from investors.

5-14-2018 Newshound Guru chattels Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq has yet to indicate any returns from the polls. Abadi was expected to show well in Mosul / Nineveh, we shall see.

5-14-2018 Newshound Guru Kaperoni It looks like PM al-Abadi’s bloc has come in first and will stay PM. This is preliminary of course.

5-14-2018 Newshound Guru chattels The news reports are confusing and somewhat conflicted. My best take on the results is that Abadi has about 60 seats and Sadr 51.

5-13-2018 Newshound Guru chattels Article: “BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi’s list appears to be leading in Iraq’s parliamentary election, followed by influential Shi’ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s alliance, an election commission source and a security official told Reuters on Sunday. The sources cited unofficial initial results.” Even if Abadi’s Victory Alliance wins the most seats, he still must negotiate a coalition government, which must be formed within 90 days of the election. And, If parliament chooses him as prime minister… The formation of the new government shouldn’t be expected until after the Ramadan and Eid holidays, according to Zebari. Ramadan begins on or about May 15 and ends Friday, Jun 15, 2018 with the Eid al-Fitr National Holiday.

5-13-2018 Newshound/Intel Guru BGG Who? What? Why? Iraq’s election (2018) Folks, it is as simple as this… These election results are critical. Even with an outright win by Abadi, it may well take him some time to fully form his next GOI and move things forward. No matter what anyone says, there is still a ways to go. We need to wait and get a true reading on what the fullsome numbers look like once everything is counted…It sounds like Abadi’s faction won a significant number of seats… which is a big deal for Abadi. He will need still help to “form” the next GOI… and he may get it… FROM THE KURDS (and others).

5-13-2018 Newshound/Intel Guru BGG The real story out of these elections will be this… It wasn’t about Maliki vs. Abadi that turned out to be the real issue. It was Kurds. The Kurds may well turn out to be the “kingmakers” that some have speculated… but it may not be the “old guard” Kurds (the KDP). It looks like to me – the KDP (the same sh!T bags who were in a hinky, secret alliance with Maliki all along)… look to have gotten blown out this time around. There was a change movement in this election – but it started in Kurdistan. The big numbers seem to have been split between the two (or three) opposition parties, the Goran, the PUK and to a lesser extent the Democracy faction, led by Barham Saleh. It was a stunning day in Iraqi politics!!