Qusay al-Suhail go to Arbil to meet with Barzani and solving the problems in the budget and export oil
Qusay al-Suhail go to Arbil to meet with Barzani and solving the problems in the budget and export oil region
Monday, April 14 / April 2014 18:22
A source from the parliamentary directed First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Qusay al-Suhail to Arbil to meet with the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani and the Kurdish leaders to resolve the problems related to the financial budget.
The source told all of Iraq [where] that “al-Suhail went this afternoon on a visit to Arbil to meet with Kurdish leaders, where he chairs the committee in charge of the Quartet to discuss with the Kurdistan region to resolve the problems in the export of oil in addition to the possibility of approving the budget.”
He added that al-Suhail Nechirvan Barzani will meet in secret meetings after intensive meetings held with the Deputy Prime Minister Hussein al-Shahristani, in order to end the outstanding issues in the file of oil and exported quantities of oil by the Kurdistan region.
The source said there is a possibility because Suhail reach a solution to the problematic relationship between the center and the region.
The House of Representatives formed a committee headed by a quad-Suhail and Aref Tayfur membership and Adnan al-Janabi, and Haider al-Abadi.
He was a member of the Quartet in charge of resolving disputes between the federal government and the provincial government, Haider Abadi, the detection of one meeting of the committee in the absence of the Second Deputy Speaker Arif Tayfur.
The MP said Haider al-Abadi said ” The Quartet, which has been Ceccheha in the House of Representatives, headed by Qusay al-Suhail and membership Haider al-Abadi, Adnan al-Janabi, and Aref Tayfur, a preliminary meeting was held in the absence of a representative of the Kurdistan region of Iraq Tayfur. ” Abadi added, “We talked at the meeting about the group constants, such that the region upon the delivery of all the quantities of oil produced to the federal government and go and its will in Iraq and then the expense of the development of the province gets its requirements issued by the oil.”
He pointed out that “the promise that launched the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq to export 100 000 barrels per day, has not been implemented until now, did not issue a single barrel,” noting that “This is a great imbalance and does not encourage the public to pass the federal budget for the year 2014.” End