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    A parliamentarian reveals the obstacles to approving the oil and gas law

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    A parliamentarian reveals the obstacles to approving the oil and gas law Empty A parliamentarian reveals the obstacles to approving the oil and gas law

    Post by Rocky Thu 21 Dec 2023, 3:20 pm

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    [size=52]A parliamentarian reveals the obstacles to approving the oil and gas law[/size]
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    On Thursday, former member of the House of Representatives, Jassim Muhammad Jaafar, revealed the articles that the Kurdish parties object to in the oil and gas law, while confirming that the Kurdistan government continues to play games in order to disrupt the law.
    Jaafar said, in an exclusive interview with the Maalouma Agency, that “the first objection was against the clause in which the National Marketing Company (SOMO) controls the operations of extracting, exporting and selling oil and gas,” noting that “all the articles to which the Kurdish parties object are not legal and constitutional, but rather In order to continue seizing the country’s wealth.” 
    He added, "The law stipulates that one general director controls the operations of extracting 100,000 barrels of oil per day," pointing out that "the Kurdish parties do not want to approve the law because it will end their share of general directors, which amounts to 10 directors out of 18 directors." 
    Jaafar added during his speech: “The Kurdish parties are exploiting the weakness of governments in order to obtain high percentages of money and oil and gas revenues, and the passage of the law will end all of these operations,” adding that “the Kurdistan government continues to play games in order to disrupt the oil and gas law.” 
    The oil and gas law is one of the issues that has sparked controversy between Erbil and Baghdad for many years, but it was agreed to approve this draft law between the two parties within the framework of a political agreement that led to the formation of the current government.   
    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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