National Alliance put in priority to the enactment of the oil and gas

Deputy Prime Minister: National Alliance put in priority to the enactment of the oil and gas to resolve controversies and points of contention

BAGHDAD – babysit – A member of a coalition of state law the National Alliance MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki, that the speedy enactment of the law of oil and gas has become a priority program of the National Alliance in the next phase.
Maliki said in a press statement to his press office said Wednesday received news agency public opinion (and babysit) a copy of “The National Alliance Collect the importance and the need to expedite the adoption of laws services that feed the interests of the Iraqi citizens and create a unified system of work the government’s budget for the implementation of all projects that were delayed because of political differences including oil and gas law. ”

“The enactment of the oil and gas has become an urgent necessity during this period to resolve all contentious points between the central government on the one hand and Kurdistan and the rest of the provinces oil on the other hand the fact that delayed the creation of Blur and left the door open all the parties to the judgment in creating the kind of chaos in this file is important which represents the backbone of the economy of Iraq. ”

He explained that “the law was completed all points have been discussed all proposals related there is no longer any justification for postponing the vote after it was postponed for a long time because of the compromises that we see it has become to have no value and today Aillh compelled settled as soon as possible through the display of the vote.”

He continued, “The next stage became stage articulated to pass all laws broken, where we expect to pass all laws and service politics through majority including the law of infrastructure and social security, parties and Unified Retirement which reflected delay approval on the smooth work of the government and cause extensive damage on the overall fact the service.”

Maliki stressed that “the National Alliance, a past with the rest of the national parties secured the option of a majority to pass such laws, calling on the Presidency of the parliament to display those laws with the start of parliamentary sessions to be resolved through voting.” P / h