Parliamentary oil: the governments silence on the sale of oil to the region 7/27/2015
Parliamentary oil: the government's silence on the sale of oil to the region in isolation raises question marks
Pat everyone knows very clearly that the region exported oil in isolation from any government there is no clear data to export quantities and Wardtha and the fate of the funds obtained them The strange thing is that the government only and merely condemn the objection but did not see any action before the fact that wealth is the property of all the people and not for a particular party or personal The Committee on Parliamentary Oil and Energy, on Monday, that the silence of the Government of the Center for the Kurdistan Regional Government continued to sell crude oil in isolation raises a lot of question marks, the government is required to clarify the recent actions and attitude toward it. The committee member said Awad al-Awadi's "Qurtas News", "Everybody Pat knows very clearly that the region the oil issue in isolation from the government no no there is a clear statement of the quantities of export and Wardtha and the fate of the funds obtained them," adding that "it is an oil with the agreement Last time contract between the two governments. "
Al-Awadi said that "the strange thing is that the government only to condemn and object merely but did not see any action before the fact that wealth is the property of the people of all not to point or certain personality," pointing out that "the government's silence becomes many question marks must be aware of the people's representatives it. He called al-Awadi, the central government as "a clear position and transparent procedures step toward the region exported oil in isolation from the center and that there be rapid and decisive agreement is not that there is procrastination and delay and there millions of barrels exported without censorship." Under the budget that the Kurdistan export of 550 thousand barrels per day of oil from the Kirkuk fields and fields across the province-owned pipeline in favor of the federal government in exchange for the region for its share of the budget, amounting to 17%. The Ministry of Natural Resources in the territory of northern Iraq earlier this month sold about 13 million barrels of oil during last June in isolation from the federal government by having to pay the expenses of oil companies in the region.