- Today 14:38
Many political parties affirm their insistence on passing the oil and gas law in order to regulate the relationship between the center and the region in the oil file, as well as to ensure that each province receives its entitlements and to ensure a fair distribution of natural resources, at a time when those parties hinted at the need to move Towards finding a consensual political formula before proceeding with the legislation of this law, so that it does not provide benefit to one party over the other, especially since the region has an opinion about the law and has previously sought to make oil export through it to ensure that it obtains revenues, which may be a stumbling block in negotiating between Baghdad and Erbil over the law .
A member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Ali Al-Zubaidi, told Al-Maalouma, "The government seeks that the oil and gas law be in the interest of all of Iraq and everyone benefits from it without benefiting one province over another, including the provinces of the Kurdistan region, as there are attempts by Kurdistan to impose control on some The lands of Kirkuk," pointing out that "the region's authorities took control of some oil wells in Kirkuk during the period of the terrorist ISIS and continued to obtain their wealth, despite their ownership of the federal government, and therefore the oil and gas law and in order for it to be completed and passed, it needs some time in order to mature it politically And then proceed to put it to Parliament and vote on it.”
On the other hand, the representative of the State of Law Coalition, Jassem Al-Alawi, told Al-Maaloma, that "there is an urgent need to proceed with the oil and gas law, as there are many demands within Parliament to complete the law and put it before the House of Representatives for the purpose of discussion and legislation," explaining that "there are many moves Towards approving the aforementioned law, due to its importance in distributing wealth equally among all Iraqis without granting privileges to one province over the other, since the law, if put to a vote in parliament, will eliminate the differences and dire damages that threaten the political process, and therefore there is a serious movement within Parliament To put the oil and gas law to a vote in one of the council sessions.
On the other hand, the leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Ahmed Al-Harki confirmed, in an interview with the information agency, that "the meeting was held in the presence of the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, and the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Oil, in addition to a delegation from the Ministry of Natural Resources from the Kurdistan Regional Government. It comes among the important political and technical meetings, and these dialogues pave the way for the drafting of an important and good law that satisfies all parties,” considering that “the oil and gas law is very important and is part of the government curriculum that was voted on by the Iraqi parliament, in addition to that there is a serious will on the part of the Sudanese and the management coalition state to pass the law. ended 25 n
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