Al-Faili accuses the government of a constitutional violation of the most important Iraqi resource
Al-Faili said in an interview with Shafak News, "Once again, the government of conducting daily affairs commits a clear constitutional violation and a violation of the principle of transparency in the management of the most important national wealth resources through its approval of contracts for the fifth licensing round related to the development of fields, border areas and gas fields in Diyala province without informing Parliament of details Those contracts, their economic feasibility and guarantees of providing the highest economic benefits to the country, which are stipulated in the Iraqi constitution in the management of oil and gas. "
"The repetition of the conclusion of these long-term contracts related to the most important sources of revenue and generational wealth by the governments conducting daily matters as the previous government did during the period of its conduct of business by holding a licensing round for oil fields raises doubts about the intentions and motives to implement these serious decisions in the period of the end of its existence that is limited by the constitution By running everyday affairs, not decades, for decades in the country's basic economic fields. "
"What is worth noting in this regard is the government also deliberately covering up the details of the economic agreement with China and keeping it in a place of ambiguity and ambiguity sufficient for its public promotion without clarifying its provisions and clarifying its full contents contrary to that constitution, which requires Parliament's control over the management of these public resources and resources and providing All information and data related to its contracts, implementation mechanisms, and obligations of the country in the interim and long term. "
He called "the day-to-day government to stop the conclusion of any contracts related to the management of natural resources in this period until a new government is formed with national competence, and that Parliament participate in the evaluation of such steps and their consequences for the national economy."