Relay “oil and gas” to the next parliament

Relay “oil and gas” to the next parliament

Posted, 07.29.2013 BAGHDAD -Hossam Acommok

Relay Rapprochement between Baghdad and Erbil not ministering approved

Fell opportunities Adoption of the law of oil and gas during the current parliamentary session after announcing that representatives of the major political blocs unable to settle the most prominent of its outstanding items, especially the paragraph on the formation of the Council for the management of federal oil.

In spite of the presence of two of the law made the first start of 2007 and the other came in the form of amendments, at the end of the same year, and the right proposal a third of the Oil and Energy Committee in 2011, this did not change the fact, nothing remained of these copies at a standstill in the box waiting inside the corridors of the Commission on oil and parliamentary power, also did not ministering the recent rapprochement between Baghdad and Erbil, and agreed to form joint committees to resolve his belongings in preparation for a vote.

He says the Kurdistan Alliance MP Mohammad Qasim said that “the law passed is not easy, as some imagine, but needs to be a political consensus and clear-cut,” he said, adding that “this will not happen without agreements to pass other laws include the demands of the rest of the political blocs.”

The oil and gas law the most prominent Kurdish demands with Article 140 of the Constitution, while calling the outskirts of the Iraqi List to pass amendments to accountability, justice and the confidential informant and the fight against terrorism as well as a general amnesty, while the National Alliance Vicdd the need to pass laws ban the Baath Party and founder of prisoners and martyrs politicians, has there was talk during the last period for adoption of these laws one basket, but the blocks fell for this trend after the criticism to which they were subjected by public opinion.

Mohammed pointed out a member of the Oil and Energy Committee in the House of Representatives in his speech (New Morning) that “the convergence and the recent meetings between the governments in Baghdad and Erbil did not intercede to pass laws without action strategy on the ground in the process by the specialized technical committees.”

Muhammad believes, “The dispute over the law focused on three items, the first oil how to resolve the problems between Baghdad and Erbil, and the role of oil-producing provinces in the extraction operations and contracting with foreign companies.”

Perhaps the formation of the federal management of oil in the country is heading harder in this law, and according to what he says Kurdish lawmaker, the “Baghdad is seeking to introduced away from us,” adding that “we suggest that the administration shared and consistent with the current stage that there be a representative of the region.”

Proposal province commented on by a member of the Authority for the National Alliance political Prince Kanani in his speech (New Morning) that “would weaken the government’s role in the management of oil because the Constitution gives the federal government authority to the formation of this council.”

He Kanani, Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Legal Committee believed that “the road is blocked to pass the projects in the House of Representatives for oil and gas in the light of the current data.”

Kanani stressed that “the Kurds are committed to Ptugeathm did not seem any flexibility at this level as the other political parties in the House of Representatives supportive of the positions of Arbil.”

Kurdish allies in this law, block “united” led by House Speaker Osama Najafi involved with Kanani to say that the oil and gas approve it by virtue impossible during the next few months, Mstdrickan repeat deport important laws to successive cycles weaken the democratic experiment in the country.

And complaining about the MP for the “united” Wesal sense that “the continuing differences on important laws that make up the state institutions sober led to the continuation of carried over from session to session,” warning that “repeat the scenario of deportation adversely affect the political process and building a democratic state.”

Proper, closeup of Najafi indicated in a statement (New Morning) that “indicators that hover around the oil and gas law does not bode positive results means the inability to pass during Almottagbah months of age Parliament.”

The leadership concluded in a united block to say that “We support the idea of ​​giving a greater role to the provinces in the country’s oil administration file and exit from the central suffered by the country over the past decades.”