Deputy for Parliamentary Oil: Government requested changes to the draft oil and gas law
Deputy for Parliamentary Oil: Government requested changes to the draft oil and gas law (HCL)
Sunday, November 23, 2014 18:45
BAGHDAD / Baghdadi Uz..cd member of the Commission on oil and gas parliamentary Ibrahim Bahr al-Ulum, said on Sunday that the government asked for amendments to the draft oil and gas law, pointing to the need for approval of the law to resolve a lot of oil differences between Baghdad and Erbil.
He said in an interview with Science / Baghdadi News / “The government asked for changes to the oil and gas law, after the sending of the parliament,” noting that “the Committee will discuss the law and submit it to a vote in parliament immediately after his arrival from the government.”
He added, “The committee waiting to know the amendments that the government intends to make, to be submitted to parliament for a vote, especially after the many constitutional disputes recently raised between the Kurdistan region and the central government on imports of oil province Source,” noting that “the passing of the bill would end all these differences.”
“The oil and gas law must have a Guanyin synonymous even up to completion, such as laws of oil wealth and the distribution of oil exports.”
He indicated that the large number of officials called for passage of the law of oil and gas, after disagreements between the Kurdistan region and the central government on the allocation of resources to the oil fields, the source of the province .anthy 21 / j