Speaker Nujaifi asks political blocs to agree on final version of HCL law ASAP; Has paramount importance
Left a meeting in Parliament yesterday with an agreement to form a small committee to resolve the differences on drafts of the oil law and seek to prepare law consensual new.
held the Presidency of the Council of Representatives yesterday meeting Devt when Oil Minister Abdul Karim Luaibi and key committees on oil and energy, legal and their members to discuss oil and gas law and Almarqlat which stands in the way of legislation.
stressed Parliament Speaker Osama al-Nujaifi to reject and overcome differences between the political blocs and to agree on a final version of the legislation law as soon as possible because it is of paramount importance to the people’s interest and otherwise, the delay in the organization of law generates crises are continuing between the warring sides reflect negatively on the economic reality of the country .
said Najafi said the government is serious about working on legislation law by combining the participants in the draft bill for the year 2007 and the draft in 2011 and the study of the points of difference between the two formulas and exit form a new constitutional and final satisfaction of all parties and submitted to the Council for the completion stages of approving the law.
As confirmed Abdul Karim Laibi oil minister said ‘copy draft law of 2007 translated from English and formulated in a way broken legally and linguistic’, MP Khalid Shwani Chairman of the Legal proposed law for the year 2011 a reaction to the previous draft and inconsistent with his House of Representatives in 2007 by was read first in the Council.
was decided during the meeting to form a sub-committee comprising one candidate of the parliamentary blocs three main addition to the oil ministers in the federal government and the Kurdistan region to study the points of contention between the two draft years 2007 and 2011 and settle the matter out with a draft new law on the committee will hold its first meeting on next Tuesday.