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    Reading in the oil dispute between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government

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    Reading in the oil dispute between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government Empty Reading in the oil dispute between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government

    Post by Rocky Mon Oct 17, 2016 7:18 am

    [ltr]Reading in the oil dispute between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government[/ltr]


    [ltr]Always counting oil Kalgra that makes Iraq intact, but many of the issues have proved divisive component of the fabric of the state since 2003, most of those issues concerning the management of the natural resource base and the distribution of the next revenue from those sources, instead of counting the oil as a catalyst for strengthening financial and political ties between Baghdad and Erbil, and to promote access to their consensus on key constitutional issues relating to sovereignty, has turned each of them to control their own oil sector (and mechanisms related distribution revenues) and as a mechanism to promote the agendas of power-sharing, which can not bring about any improvement in the now, the cornerstone of the efforts of the Kurdistan Regional government in support of obtaining autonomy away from the central government is in possession of the freedom of the independent licensing of land and management of crude oil production, sale, as well as laying the groundwork for the possibility of secession, while the federal government has recognized this fact, since the government imposed tougher sanctions in the revenue-sharing process and prevented from Arbil to get most of its share of the national budget; as a result, a growing rift between the two parties at a time when financial and security matters formed the biggest strain on cooperation and maximize revenue generation.[/ltr]
    [ltr]This situation is the result of the development of long-term political goals over concerns about the investment and development optimize the oil and gas sector (and converted into a monetary system), the protection of the political right is the ultimate goal for both Baghdad and Erbil, and in the absence of a compromise formula for power-sharing, all hand work on according to its own constitution interpretation; and as a result have been banned the passage of new legislation intended to guide the development of this sector, as well as laws related to the distribution of income and the structure of the domestic industry, these factors have combined to increase the investors' doubts in Iraq and their sense of risk; which undermined the development of this sector nearly full and specifically in Kurdistan, and most importantly, that this conflict between the regional and federal governments Qaibdthma revenues great values.[/ltr]
    [ltr]There are signs that the current political situation, which constitutes the problem could become more fragile, and what Iraq needs is a new formula for permanent power-sharing that respects the basic sovereign rights to the government in Baghdad, and at the same time meet the minimum demands of the Kurdistan Regional Government of autonomy, Moreover, it is essential that Iraqi groups and Alcard- -arab decide whether it was possible to achieve this within the structure of the unified state, or if it was necessary to conduct further negotiations for a radical separation arrangements.[/ltr]
    [ltr]These decisions will determine how the evolution of the structure of the Iraqi oil sector At the North and the South, in the future, and the only thing that is clear from the past 13 years is that the sharing of the oil sector revenues and related mechanisms can not be a means to settle the conflict power-sharing, quite the contrary that follow the bottom-up approach, which follows the practical solutions for the oil sector as the basis for building trust and deepening cooperation between Baghdad and Erbil has not been proven that it is impossible only, but was avoided by about effective; and for the political principle has carried both the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional government to take harmful actions, and in the case of some leaders Kurdish, it was independence is a dream that we've always dreamed of doing (whatever their goal is practical), and so the potential of Iraq and the Kurdistan region in the oil and gas sector, and the benefits coming from revenue, depends on the ability of Iraqi leaders to negotiate a new power-sharing deal, which is not oil as a means to reach a settlement, but one of the elements that help keep them in the long term.[/ltr]


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