- Today 19:51
Former member of the Parliamentary Oil and Gas Committee, Ghaleb Muhammad, confirmed today, Sunday, that the Kurdistan Regional Government continues to bargain with the central government regarding the issue of handing over oil revenues and other files, while he stressed that the Baghdad government is required to take crucial and strict decisions regarding the crisis occurring between the region and the center.
Muhammad said, in an interview with the Maalouma Agency, that “the differences between the Kurdish parties are the most prominent reasons that hinder finding solutions to the oil revenue file with the Baghdad government,” noting that “the main controller of the oil file is the Kurdistan Democratic Party.”
He continued, "The Kurdistan government's entry into the caretaker position makes the central government's decision stronger than ever before," noting that "the Kurdistan Regional Government continues to bargain with the central government regarding the file of handing over oil revenues and other files."
The former member of Parliament continued: “The Ministry of Oil needs to announce the problems facing the oil file to public opinion,” adding that “the Baghdad government is required to take fateful and strict decisions regarding the crisis occurring between the region and the center.”
Member of the House of Representatives, Zahra Al-Bajari, had revealed in an interview with the “Al-Ma’louma” Agency, that “the Kurdistan region continues to smuggle oil abroad in several alternative ways to what it was in previous years,” while she confirmed that wherever money was found, corruption files existed in the departments that support the smuggling. Oil. Ended 25/day
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