Oil demanding parliamentary Abadi, sending oil and gas law to encourage international companies

Khandan - student member of the Oil and Energy Committee in the Iraqi Council of Representatives MP Mazen Mezni, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi send a draft oil and gas law to the parliament for legislation and approval, stressing that "the adoption of this law will give a strong message to international companies of oil to enter the Iraqi market and investment in the field of oil development economy and ease the financial crisis plaguing the country due to the fall in world oil prices. " Said Mazini, a deputy from the province of Basra in a statement, "Khandan" received a copy of it, "I call on the prime minister Haider al-Abadi to send a draft oil and gas law as soon as the Parliament for discussion in the Oil and Energy Committee and submit it to a vote in order to pass it as soon as possible."

Mezni stressed that "the Prime Minister promised in the reforms announced on their implementation within a period not exceeding one month the completion of oil and gas within the law actually deteriorating in all areas of the reform package of measures."

He Mezni that "the adoption of this law will have a significant positive results for the country economically, politically and investment, people, and will contribute to providing employment opportunities for hundreds of thousands of unemployed graduates and achieve economic growth and reduce the rate of serious poverty-ridden segments of Iraqi society."

Mezni and warned that "in the absence of the government's response to this demand, the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary will prepare a new draft of the draft oil and gas law enacted in accordance with the right granted by the Federal Court for the House of Representatives recently."