The absence of oil and gas law has led to the establishment of the Kurdistan export oil
Parliamentary power: the absence of oil and gas law has led to the establishment of the Kurdistan export oil away from the federal government
Special – and babysit – Refer Vice-President of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary Ali Fayad, the reason for the export of Kurdish oil to the absence of oil and gas law, which constitutes a legal barrier either any irregularities regarding the export of oil, or the like.
Fayad In a statement to “public opinion”, on Thursday, said: “The absence of oil and gas law and the Supreme Council of the oil led to the establishment of the Kurdistan Regional Government to export oil away from the consent of the federal government, both of which constitute a legal barrier to either the excesses of the export of oil.” He called the Kurdistan government to “abide federal system that imposes respect for the powers of the federal government and the powers of the region and the wealth-producing provinces, such as the two governments with other provinces working in concert to protect the public money for the benefit of the Iraqi people.” Adding that “there are laws in the Ministry of Oil and global rules known to deny any company or any foreign country to deal with any party for the export of oil without government approval International, in accordance with the powers granted to the government in Article 112.” Fayad called, “the House of Representatives to hold meetings and discuss the crisis, the export of oil, in addition to the political blocs that they must decipher the complexities between the federal government and the provincial government.”
The Iraqi Oil Ministry, had announced earlier, all filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Natural Resources in Kurdistan for oil exported without the consent of the central government, threatened by the oil companies that buy oil source in an informal way of criminal prosecution.
The transport ministry statement seen by “public opinion”, for her spokesman Assem Jihad said, “The ministry filed a lawsuit against the Ministry of Natural Resources in Kurdistan for its export oil without the approval of the central government,” adding that “the ministry has also begun to take legal process against Turkey and the company “Botas” government of violating the agreement signed between the two countries in 2010. ”
The ministry warned “all international oil companies to purchase Iraqi oil, which is exported illegally through Kurdistan,” threatened her “criminal prosecution through the courts on the grounds that international oil exported without the knowledge of the central government stolen from Iraq.”
In addition, the Kurdistan Regional Government announced, the first on Tuesday, continuing to export and sale of oil to world markets via Turkey, revealing conducted talks with international banks for loans.