[size=36]Legal: The agreement with China does not need Parliament, and this paragraph was not written by the agreement[/size]
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, expert in legal affairs, Tariq Harb, confirmed on Saturday that the agreement with China does not need Parliament, but the agreement needs to include a provision that guarantees the rights of Iraq, and this is not written in the agreement.
Harb told Mawazine News that "the agreement with China does not need the approval of parliament, but it needs the law that reminds those who signed it that it was not acceptable for the current government to commit to an agreement concluded by all future governments and parliaments to sign Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi and his agreement." .
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And Harb added: "I think that this is not possible constitutionally and nationally as conditions may change so why does the agreement remain and why do we commit to Chinese companies while Korean companies are much better and are far from economic wars between China and other countries, especially America."
He continued: "How much we would have liked for the delegation that signed this agreement to write at the end of this agreement a phrase that saves Iraq from compensation if the new governments and parliaments withdrew from this agreement so that at the end of the agreement is a statement that guarantees the rights of Iraq and is (for each party in this withdrawal from it that does not result The withdrawal must have any compensation for the other party) and this provision guarantees the right of Iraq now and in the future. ”Ended 29 / A 43