HCL Law to be discussed in next legislative session, remains a controversial law

Posted: November 22, 2013 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
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Oil parliamentary reveal for “Khandan” the latest developments in the file oil and gas law
05:11:22 / 11/2013

Khandan – Zia-Khalifa revealed to the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary about the latest developments in the file legislation to oil and gas law controversial among Iraqi political parties and between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government and the rest of the provinces.

Where the Committee announced that the oil and energy parliamentary about “the impossibility of the enactment of the oil and gas through what remained From the age of the current parliamentary session, “pointing to” great difficulties by some internal and external parties for the failure to approve the law and postponed until further notice. ”

said Vice Chairman of the Committee in the Iraqi Council of Representatives MP Ali al-Dhari Fayad, in a special statement (Khandan) on Friday: “We hope that is organizing the work of the most important source of imports of Finance of Iraq through the law and conduct oil investment and extraction and export it in a more structured and legally through the enactment of the oil and gas,” adding that “the process of enactment of the law to avoid Iraq a lot of problems between the federal government and the Kurdistan region as well as the rest of the provinces as well as facilitating the procedures of entry investing companies in the field of oil and gas, who is considered the most important source of energy in the world as well as a leading supplier to Iraq, but some political parties and shorten government agencies prevented the achievement of this important law. ”

He said Fayad, “there will be no discussion or study the project again in the current parliamentary session, “likely” to postpone the enactment of the law to the parliamentary session next and until further notice. ”

With regard to the accusation by some parties regional countries such as Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to block the enactment of the law Fayad said that “we had a lot of those regional countries, especially Saudi Arabia this side through some of the politicians who carry out the wishes of those countries but they were not the main reason to block the enactment of the law. ”

Fayad said to “great efforts made ​​by a number of specialists in the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Ministries of Oil in Baghdad and natural resources in Erbil and the Oil and Energy Committee in the Iraqi Council of Representatives, which has worked in more than two years to bring the views and reach subscribers task placed in the draft law “, calling for” do not waste these efforts and work to enact the law, which is one of the most important laws for the future of Iraq as a state and the citizens and other parties benefiting from it as well as organizing work in the oil sector in a more and guarantee stability. ”

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