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    Collecting Parliamentary Signatures To Interrogate The Minister Of Oil

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    Post by Rocky Sun 10 Apr 2022, 6:19 am

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    Information/Baghdad...
    On Sunday, independent MP Hadi Al-Salami announced the collection of parliamentary signatures to interrogate Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar, against the background of raising black oil prices for owners of oxidized asphalt plants.
    Al-Salami said in an interview seen by / the information /, that "parliamentary signatures were collected to interrogate the Minister of Oil, Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar, against the background of raising the prices of black oil," noting that "this decision contributed to raising the prices of many commodities whose production is related to it, which burdens the citizen. It ends competition opportunities with the importer.”
    Al-Salami expressed his astonishment at “selling oil to Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt at subsidized prices, while there is no local support for them.”
    On Sunday, hundreds of owners and workers of asphalt plants demonstrated in front of the Dora refinery, south of the capital, Baghdad, in protest against the hike in fuel prices. finished/25
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