Kurdistan Alliance refused to bargain over the oil law
The Kurdistan Alliance refused to bargain over the oil law
Created on Thursday, June 28, 2012 09: 35
Leading Kurdish Member said Energy Committee in the Iraqi Parliament that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki vaccination exposes oil smuggling "blackmail", adding that the party "will not accept compromises in the oil and gas versus undo seeking to withdraw confidence from the head of Government."
And oil and gas law, during the four years of study, a major cause of the crisis, due to disagreement on the contents and accuse the Central Government Kurds dominate this sector constitutes 95 percent of Iraq's imports.
The Committee Member said "the Kurdistan Alliance" Farhad "we proposed to the President of Parliament Osama's pass law and take advantage of the existing Iraqi Alliance and Kurdish and stream the chest agreement in Erbil and Najaf to pass important laws.
"Passing this law does not impose on others and meeting the highest number of votes within the dome of the Parliament, but on the contrary we cannot pass only after understanding the rest of the blocks, we are trying to dismantle the problem instead of continuing, but remains a long way to go and this problem will not be resolved easily.
The Iraqi Government announced in August 2011, ratifying the draft hydrocarbon law, and decided to refer them to Parliament for ratification, while the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for energy, Hussain Shahristani, enter "some modifications" to the long-awaited project.
The Secretary said that Al-Maliki's willingness to make concessions to the Kurds, including their act "the problem in Iraq is greater than any he's talking about other, larger than the personal interests or nationalism, but see it from another perspective, is that the administration of the country and the results will be also because Al Malki, we know in advance that he is willing to bargain and compromise, but at the same time we know that seeks to stay in power and that's what will not accept it".
Commission on oil and energy on 6 September 2011, the Bill presented by the Government involving "constitutional violations" to the right of the provinces and territories, confiscation, indicating that could be adjusted to reach a suitable compromise between blocks is political.
And vaccination documents confirming Al-Maliki to expose the involvement of the territorial Government with oil smuggling, said that "the charge, convicting him (Al-Maliki) before the other, the modern word may not reveal to you are responsible for the State and sworn to the MUS-haf to preserve the country's money, why silence on these files and use them only in crisis and looming?, we want him exposed, mafia and policy waving is akin to blackmail."
And the territorial Government's decision to halt oil exports, said it was "determined to this position and cannot back it up unless Baghdad Government budget law and political agreements, any payments to oil companies operating in the territory of more than one billion dollars."
And that "while the decision of the Minister of money allocated 640 million dollars paid to companies, but we received information that the Government prevented him from implementing the resolution". "Ready to raise the territorial Government over oil production scheduled if the Government accepted the obligations," he said, adding that "foreign companies continue to work including Korean and Norwegian and us, French and British.
And Iraq is a founding member of the OPEC group of oil producing and exporting more than 11 signed a contract with billions of major global companies to develop its fields, without an oil law, the Government has already submitted the first draft of the law in February 2007 to Parliament, but political differences, particularly in the provinces, relationship status and relationship status of Kurdistan have prevented ratification law.
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