Nassif reiterates its demand to discuss the report of the Technical Committee on the Kuwaiti port of Mubarak in the House of Representatives

Posted: January 8, 2012 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
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Sunday, 08 December / 2 January 2012 12:33

MP for renewed mass white high demand Nassif to discuss the report of the Technical Committee on the Kuwaiti port of Mubarak in the House and not just discuss it by the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Relations.

He said Nassif in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that “the host of the Technical Committee of the port of Mubarak of Kuwait by the Committee on Foreign Relations parliamentary increased the size of the fears of diluting the subject and not to deal with it in line with the seriousness and importance and refers to the pursuit of certain parties to limit the discussion of the report of the Technical Committee in the Foreign Relations Committee only. “

It added that “the majority of MPs are determined to discuss the report of the Technical Committee in open session to allow public access to details of the report and express their opinions and suggestions in this regard, particularly as the First Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives Qusay al-Suhail was able to identify many of the errors that occurred in the Technical Committee.”

The Foreign Relations Committee in the House has hosted more than once the fact finding committee on the establishment of the Kuwaiti port of Mubarak, which was formed by the prime minister.

The technical delegation headed by the Chief Adviser to the Prime Minister Thamer Ghadban visited Kuwait in August 2011 to discuss the crisis in Port Mubarak presented his report to the Council of Ministers after the visit of the port for it on the ground to determine whether the impact on marine navigation Iraq.

The implications of the draft port of Kuwait, Mubarak, who began to be implemented in the month of April 2011, considerable discontent among many politicians, seeing it as an encroachment on the rights of Iraq shipping.

Considered experts on the navigation of this project violates international conventions, he cut a large amount of water for the port of Umm Qasr and will lead to a decline attributed sharply, also known as the line would confiscate land navigation open to all countries

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