Al-Fateh Parliament talks about the possibility of a "political settlement" for the decision to prevent sending money to the region[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] |Today, 14:12 |
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The head of the Al-Fatah Parliamentary Bloc, Mahdi Amerli, confirmed today, Sunday, that the decision of the Federal Court is binding on everyone, and the issue of financial payments cannot be settled politically.
Amerli told (Baghdad Today) that "the Federal Court's decision is binding on everyone, and the matter of financial payments cannot be settled politically, and therefore no one can be above the law, and therefore the Kurdistan region is required to hand over its oil to Baghdad.”
He added, "No one is above the law, and the court's decision is binding on the government, parliament and the region. It is not correct to break the decision of the Federal Court, and therefore its decision is valid," noting that " the Kurdistan region must submit to the decision of the Federal Supreme Court.”
Yesterday, Saturday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc issued a statement regarding the recent decision of the Federal Court, while noting that it violated the "state administration" agreements.
A statement of the bloc received by (Baghdad Today) stated that "the Kurdistan Democratic Bloc expresses its deep regret at the recent decision of the Federal Court to prevent the payment of financial dues to the Kurdistan region, as we have been and are still calling for all state institutions, including the judiciary, to be factors of convergence and understanding in order to support political stability. in the country".
He added, "The Federal Court is supposed to take into account the difficult political conditions that the country has gone through, and to support understandings, commitments and a positive environment between the federal government and the regional government with a decision that takes into account the rights of all components and the spirit of the constitution and justice, not to be a decision in form and content that targets the livelihood and livelihood of our citizens in the Kurdistan region.” ".
The statement indicated that "the new government was formed with the support of the political forces affiliated with the State Administration Coalition and in accordance with understandings and commitments based on the principle of confirming coordination between the federal government and the regional government on pertaining files and decisions." to the Kurdistan region and avoiding any escalatory measures against the region and that constitutional legislative remedies be put in place regarding With the budget, oil, Article 140, and others, however, this last decision was contrary to those understandings and commitments, which constitutes a dangerous turning point for the entire political process.
He pointed out that "all of us must work to correct the course, and we call on all political forces to unify positions to support the commitments agreed upon in the political working paper and the ministerial curriculum, and to reject the starvation policy practiced against our citizens in the Kurdistan region.”
And the bloc called, according to the statement, to "expedite the legislation of the oil and gas law and the law of the Federal Court and the Federation Council, as stated in the constitution, and we assure the citizens of Kurdistan that we will defend their legitimate rights and the entitlements of the region under the roof of the constitution.”