"Rafi Abd al-Jabbar: the previous government brought Iraq to the brink of collapse"
Unfortunately this is true in many ways.
Not only financially, but economically and with the ISIL problem now much of these provinces are now having years of infrastructure damaged.
ISIL does not leave without ruining everything in its path. That being said...nobody knows just how long or how much of this is going to have to be repaired before the banking system can open up to the world. This is an unknown and despite the progress we see and the timeline we think, it could be the one cog in the wheel we just cannot find the answer too.
The true effects of leaving Maliki in office for as long as he was may not be felt until years from now....the banking system must be solid for the world to participate. I would expect that is why the World Bank was given that task from the beginning. All the recent news of theft, money laundering has me wondering if the banking system is anywhere close to being ready for global activity.
The dinar you and I hold is part of a controlled leak by the CBI. They know exactly how much was sold with the intention to bring it back through the world's central banking system.