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    Parliamentarians warn of a "major future problem" on the file of oil exports from the region

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    Parliamentarians warn of a "major future problem" on the file of oil exports from the region Empty Parliamentarians warn of a "major future problem" on the file of oil exports from the region

    Post by Rocky Fri 14 Jun 2019, 3:13 am

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    [size=52]Parliamentarians warn of a "major future problem" on the file of oil exports from the region[/size]

    [size=45]Warned Kurds members of the Iraqi Council of Representatives on Thursday from the occurrence of a "big" problem in the future between Arbil and Baghdad on the export of oil from the province of Kurdistan and reflected on the salaries of employees in the region.
    [size=45]Three deputies held a joint press conference, namely: Hoshyar Abdullah of the Change Movement, Ahmad Haji Rashid of the Kurdistan Islamic Group and Sarkot Shamseddin on the mobility of the new generation after their visit to the Federal Supreme Court.[/size]
    [size=45]Abdul said during the conference that "we visited the Federal Court and discussed with the President and its members on the complaint file filed by the Federal Oil Ministry against the Ministry of Natural Resources in the Kurdistan Region in 2012, which has not been resolved so far."[/size]
    [size=45]"We have demanded the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government to resolve this file in accordance with the law," pointing out that "the export of oil from the Kurdistan region if not resolved, it will cause a major problem in the future for the region and will affect the impact on the salaries of employees in Kurdistan and will inflict severe damage in the region ", Calling for accelerating the legislation of the law of oil and gas.[/size]
    [size=45]For his part, MP Ahmad Haji Rashid said in the conference that "we met with the President of the Federal Court and members of the Court and got an adequate answer on the appeal case on the export of oil in the Kurdistan region, and the current problem between the federal government and the provincial government exclusively on the export of oil, which caused the disruption of constitutional texts and a set of other laws Including the Financial Management and Public Debt Act and the Federal Revenue Appropriations Act. "[/size]
    [size=45]He called on the governments of the Kurdistan region and the federal government to expedite the submission of their official legal documents to resolve these differences and agree on a formula that formally binds the parties.[/size]
    [size=45]He called on the three parties to provide important facilities and make their observations to the Federal Court directly to enable the judiciary to decide on the matter and to make a resolution obliging the two governments in Baghdad and Erbil to end this problem, which has been in place since 2012 until now.[/size]


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