"Kurdistan" excludes oil & gas law in current legislative session
"Kurdistan" excludes oil and gas law in the current legislative session
Date posted 30/06/2012 10:27 AM
Baghdad ó "squares"
"The Kurdistan Alliance has ruled out" the possibility of the oil and gas Act legislation in the current legislative session, as it constitutes one of the main causes of the current political crisis in Iraq, the axis of the rift between the Federal Government and Kurdistan, Kurdistan Alliance Deputy downplayed Kassem Mohammad Qasim of importance announcement by Deputy Coalition State law regarding their law legislation as soon as possible: "we heard many statements from Congress, the National Alliance and particularly State law regarding enactment of the oil and gas, and haven't touched this topic seriously the stall Procrastination though rose within Erbil agreement and Kurdish demands paper."
Barzani and Talabani when they opened the first oil pumping from Kurdistan
The National Alliance was announced the formation of a Committee to activate the legislative role of Parliament to approve the controversial laws, including oil and gas and general amnesty, and other legislation relating to state-building".
And Deputy Qasim hydrocarbon law that highlighted the legislation after the Constitution, believing that their past political crisis.
Baghdad accused the Kurdistan oil smuggling, as well as signing agreements with foreign companies to extract oil wealth without the consent of the Federal Government, given that the parties agreed in 2006 to do this activity until the adoption of the law of oil and gas.
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