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The Oil and Gas Committee confirmed, on Thursday, the existence of a prior agreement between the forces of the state administration to legislate the oil and gas law immediately after approving the budget, indicating that the region has no choice but to proceed with the legislation of the law.
Committee member Representative Ali Shaddad Al-Faris said in a statement to Al-Maalouma, that "the regional government and its political forces have no choice but to proceed with the legislation of the oil and gas law, especially after Federal Court Decision No. An exaggeration by the Central Bank of Iraq through the Federal Ministry of Finance, as well as the decision of the International Court in Paris, which prevented Turkey from receiving oil through the region and exporting it abroad, as large financial fines were imposed on the Turkish side in this regard.
He added, "The forces of the state administration, including the Kurdish parties, have a prior agreement to legislate the oil and gas law immediately after voting on the federal budget. Likewise, the Oil and Gas Committee also has prior directives from the forces of the state administration to prepare to discuss the law to put it to vote."
It is noteworthy that the suspended oil and gas law in Parliament since its first session, in 2005, is one of the most prominent points on which a preliminary agreement was reached between the governments of Baghdad and the region, but the law faces many obstacles, despite the fact that it helps to resolve the differences between the governments of Baghdad and the region. End / 25 pm
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