KRG to launch Human rights online application, Iraq studies bring coins back, Dwayne ” The Rock ” ties the knot
Written by Muhammad Basman on 2019-08-20
The Independent Commission for Human Rights in Kurdistan Region is planning the launch of online application, Mohammed Gomashini, a spokesperson for the commission, said they are working with Heartland Alliance Organization to set up an online platform where people could submit their cases on human rights violations. He said the initiative is to help people from every corner of the region to have access to the human rights commission, and submit a complaint case.
Member of Finance Committee in the Council of Representatives Hanin Qado said on Monday that the members of the committee had debated a proposal to bring back metal coins following a meeting with the federal central bank. Qado said that using coins would help to ensure that value would be maintained by Iraq’s currency. However, the Iraqi dinar already is a remarkably stable currency, having hardly fluctuated beyond a range between 1,100 and 1,200 dinars to the US dollar since 2007.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new movie “Hobbs & Shaw” is in theaters now, but it’s another partnership that he’s most excited about. The actor announced on Monday that he has married longtime love Lauren Hashian. Johnson posted a picture on his official Instagram account showing the pair dressed in wedding finery and arms raised in celebration on a rise overlooking the ocean in Hawaii.