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    Deputy questions the possibility of holding local elections next October

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    Post by rocky Wed 08 Feb 2023, 4:48 am

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    [size=52]Deputy questions the possibility of holding local elections next October[/size]

    [size=45]A Kurdish deputy doubts the possibility of realizing the Prime Minister’s promise to hold local elections next October of this year, suggesting that they be postponed to next year 2024, due to the failure to complete the requirements for holding them.[/size]
    [size=45]A member of the Iraqi Parliament for the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Sherwan Al-Dobardani, said in a press statement that “there is nothing new so far regarding the provincial elections,” noting that “the commission presented its needs, and if these needs are not met, it will not be able to hold elections on the 23rd. From next October, which is scheduled according to the government program of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani, so there is a possibility that these elections will be postponed until next year 2024.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Dobardani pointed out that “the Electoral Commission cannot, within only six months, secure the holding of elections and their requirements, but rather it needs more than 8 months and perhaps a full year,” noting that “an agreement has not yet been reached on the election law, especially since we do not know whether the Sadrists will accept By changing the commission and holding elections in one constituency, not multiple constituencies, which is what is disputed between the coordination framework and the Sadrist movement.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Dobardani explained that “time is running out and the issue of the budget, the oil and gas law, the Federal Service Council law, the application of the Sinjar Agreement or Article 140 has not yet been resolved,” adding that “nothing positive is looming on the horizon so far, and we as members of the House of Representatives do not touch anything real.” .[/size]
    [size=45]Regarding the outstanding files between the Kurdistan Region and the federal government, a member of the Iraqi Parliament for the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Sherwan Al-Dobardani, noted that “the meeting of the Council of Ministers in the Kurdistan Region emphasized the continuation of dialogue and discussions with the federal government in Baghdad.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Dobardani added, "The general atmosphere is not comfortable within the framework and does not herald the imminence of a complete breakthrough in the outstanding problems between the Kurdistan region and Baghdad, or even with the parties within the framework and within the Sunni house."[/size]
    [size=45]The ministerial curriculum paper, which was agreed upon by the political blocs and voted on by the House of Representatives, states that “the completion of the oil and gas law legislation within six months.”[/size]
    [size=45]On Wednesday (November 9, 2022), the Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers decided to form a delegation for dialogue with the new Iraqi government.[/size]
    [size=45]The delegation was tasked with dialogue on the file of Article 140 related to the Kurdish regions outside the Kurdistan Regional Administration, the Kurdistan Region’s share of the budget, the oil and gas file, the Kurdistan Region’s entitlements in federal institutions, the constitutional rights and entitlements of the Peshmerga, and other issues (the Federal Court and the Federation Council), and reaching a joint mechanism. to solve it.[/size]
    [size=45]The absence of an oil and gas law is one of the most prominent problems facing the oil and gas sector after 2003. Three drafts of the bill have been sent to Parliament since 2007, but differences between political parties prevented it from being passed, prompting the Kurdistan region to issue its own oil and gas law.[/size]
    [size=45]Article 112 of the constitution stipulates in its first paragraph, that “the federal government shall manage the oil and gas extracted from the current fields with the producing governments of the regions and governorates, provided that its revenues are distributed equitably in proportion to the population distribution throughout the country, with a specific quota for the affected regions.” Which was unfairly deprived of it by the previous regime, and which was damaged afterwards, in a way that ensures balanced development for the different regions of the country, and this is regulated by law.”[/size]
    [size=45]And in the second paragraph of the same article, it was stated that the federal government and the governments of the producing regions and governorates together draw up the strategic policies necessary to develop the oil and gas wealth, in a way that achieves the highest benefit for the Iraqi people, adopting the latest techniques of market principles and encouraging investment.[/size]
    [size=45]On (February 15, 2022), the Supreme Iraqi Federal Court issued a decision describing the oil and gas law of the Kurdistan region as “unconstitutional,” demanding the Kurdistan Regional Government to hand over the revenues from the oil produced to the federal government, a decision rejected by the Kurdistan Regional Government, which is subject to various pressures. since then.[/size]
    [size=45]The Iraqi Council of Representatives is awaiting the arrival of the Iraq budget bill for the year 2023 to the parliament hall, and it is likely that disputes will begin after the draft law reaches the Finance Committee, due to the disagreement of the political blocs and parties over confirming their demands in the draft state budget law.[/size]
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