Newspapers are interested in amending the controls for allocating residential lands to journalists and the government movement to mature the oil and gas law
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On the first issue, Al-Zawraa newspaper, published by the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate, said: “The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani, agreed to amend the controls for allocating residential lands to journalists, while the head of the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate, President of the Arab Journalists Union, Moayad Al-Lami, expressed his thanks to the Prime Minister for attention and care for journalists.
And it quoted a statement by the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate, that it extends, on behalf of the press family, its thanks and gratitude to the Prime Minister, Eng. Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, for approving the union's request regarding amending the controls and conditions for allocating residential plots of land for journalists in Baghdad, based on the birthplace, workplace, or place of residence.
The syndicate added: “This national and humanitarian decision will provide adequate housing for journalists and their families who have not previously obtained a residential plot of land due to previous instructions that were amended according to the approval of the Prime Minister.”
And the newspaper continued: "The head of the Iraqi Journalists Syndicate, Moayad Al-Lami, expressed his thanks and appreciation to the Prime Minister for the attention and care given to the journalists."
And it quoted Al-Lami as saying in a tweet: “I extend my deepest thanks and appreciation to the Prime Minister, Professor Eng. Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudanese, for his agreement to include all journalists with plots of residential land, not only in their hometown, but in their hometown or place of work, and this decision will serve the sons of the journalistic family who were born in Baghdad.” provinces.
As for Al-Zaman newspaper, it followed the government's movement to prepare the draft oil and gas law.
In this regard, she referred to the words of the oil expert, Kovand Sherwani: “The legislation of the oil and gas law, the treatment of Article 140 of the constitution, the budget, and the allocations of the Peshmerga forces are all pledges made By the coordination framework before the formation of the state administration coalition, and therefore it became part of the ministerial curriculum of the cabinet of Muhammad Shia’a al-Sudani, followed by An agreement last April to establish mechanisms for exporting oil and gas between Baghdad and Erbil, provided that this is included in the oil and gas law.
Sherwani added: "The law will take into account the best investment of oil wealth, and there must be a political consensus, away from narrow partisan interests and the effects of foreign agendas that may not be in the interest of the Iraqi street," stressing:
He pointed out: “The law only recognizes the existence of an agreement between the federal and regional governments, especially since the region produces no less than 400 thousand barrels per day, and this has weight in the global markets, and it is assumed that the management of these quantities will be in coordination with the Federal Ministry of Oil in accordance with the decisions The Organization of Petroleum Producing Countries (OPEC) and the OPEC Plus alliance to serve energy market prices for the benefit of the producing countries," stressing the need to develop a draft law that meets all the constitutional foundations and takes into account the interests of the oil-producing governorates, including the region,And it contains all past disputes and prevents the emergence of new problems and provides the best benefit from the rents of wealth for the benefit of the people.
On the oil and gas law as well, Al-Sabah newspaper, published by the Iraqi Media Network, touched on the fact that Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudanese held, yesterday, Wednesday, a meeting dedicated to discussing the draft law, in the presence of a number of leaders of political blocs, the ministers of foreign affairs, oil and industry, and the advisor to the Minister of Wealth. Natural resources in the Kurdistan Regional Government, as well as a number of technical and legal advisors and experts.
The meeting witnessed, according to the newspaper, a review of the latest drafts of the draft law, its details and provisions, and what the technical and legal committees have worked on, and worked to prepare the final draft of the law.In preparation for its approval by the Council of Ministers, and its submission to the House of Representatives for legislation, according to the legal and constitutional contexts.
The newspaper quoted Al-Sudanese saying: “The draft oil and gas law is one of the basic and important laws, and it represents a factor of strength and unity for Iraq, and it has been stuck for years, at a time when the country Today is in dire need to legislate it and benefit from this natural wealth, in all fields and sectors, in addition to the contribution of legislation The law solves many outstanding problems.
He added: “The law is part of the commitment to the ministerial curriculum, which was voted on by the House of Representatives, and it will take into account constitutional principles, in a way that guarantees a fair distribution of oil wealth, advances the reality of the economy in all its aspects, and contributes to the economic reform that the government has set in its priorities.[/rtl]