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Parliamentary legal policy reveals the fate of the main files between Baghdad and Erbil

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Parliamentary legal policy reveals the fate of the main files between Baghdad and Erbil

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 3:17 am

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A member of the legal committee in the Iraqi parliament Zana Said, on Monday, the deportation of three large files and chronic between Baghdad and Erbil to the next government.
Said Said told the news that "the most prominent of these files is the oil file, as this file can be resolved only after the issuance of the law of oil and gas."
He added that "among the files also, the file of the federal government's demand for the return of the province to the borders of 2003, and this requires long discussions is not easy," explaining that "the third file, is the file of the administration of the disputed areas in common, and needs discussions and a long mechanism can not At this stage solved. "
"Said Said that" these files are chronic and need to clear agreements, and look forward to the coming government to address these files and working to resolve with the region. "
It is noteworthy that two delegations from the federal government are currently in the province of Kurdistan, to discuss a number of outstanding issues, especially the salaries of staff of the province and the international embargo on airports Erbil and Sulaymaniyah.
The Iraqi Prime Minister has promised in the weekly conference, last Tuesday, the distribution of salaries of employees of the Kurdistan region and lifting the ban on the airports of the region before the feast of Nooruz.



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