Abadi government intends to conclude a "partnership contracts" with oil companies within the anticipated reform package

2015-11-25 22:35:22

| (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

He intends to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi launch of a new reformist paper the beginning of the month of December and include commercial banks support funds to stimulate investment movement in addition to contracts with international oil companies to increase production and export rates in an effort to address the economic crisis facing the country.

Abadi and student leaders of the National Alliance, earlier, supporting the reforms planned to take place soon, calling for guarantees granted to pass the new measures in the House of Representatives.

Alliance leaders expressed their support for any action taken by the prime minister on condition of harming the citizens to offer cross-laws to parliament.

He favored the Congress, spoke for (range), in 11 of this month, that goes on reforms Abadi 8 ministers and ministries as well as the changes will include agents and general managers.

A senior adviser to the prime minister revealed the existence of other "real" package of reforms, calling on Iraqis to put their differences "small" aside and benefit from international support.

MP says Messenger Abu Hasna, a member of a coalition of state law, said that "the prime minister Haider al-Abadi locked in negotiations between the political blocs in order to take pre-support before putting the new reformist his paper that will be financial, economic, not political."

He said Abu Hasna, told the (range), said that "this new reformist paper includes contracts with international oil companies are not in licensing rounds, but will be sharing contracts," noting that "the government's move comes in order to increase the production and export of crude oil rates to overcome the crisis lower oil prices. "

He was Abadi, last August, "reform packages," which included the exemption major Congress of the Republic and the ministers from their posts and the abolition of a number of other ministries and merge with each other, after popular demonstrations and protests in the capital Baghdad and other provinces in recent weeks.

The attention of a member of a coalition of state law that "the new reforms will include support commercial banks with funds to strengthen the investment side in the market to address the issue of the economic crisis in Iraq."

The attention of the Attorney Abu Hasna that "the monthly expenses of the Iraqi government up to 5 trillion dinars, or the equivalent of almost a year 60 trillion dinars, mostly from oil sales," stressing that "the steps the next government is seeking to avoid the process of the collapse of oil prices and therefore the new paper reform will go next month." .

The House voted in its meeting held in the (November 2, 2015), the decision prevents the executive and the judiciary from the use of their powers, I spoke with reports that Parliament vote on the withdrawal of the mandate of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on voting.

On the other hand prefer a coalition of national implementation of the reforms gradually to fight corruption and the squandering of money operations.

MP says Karim Abtan, told the (range), that "the government's launch of its package of reform to revitalize the economic sector movement and address the financial crisis faced by Iraq these days."

Abtan He added that "it is necessary to activate the industrial and agricultural sectors and interest in them instead of relying on oil," asserting that "all the blocks in favor of reforms that serve the Iraqi economy out of the financial crisis."

He emphasizes member of the National Coalition, led by Iyad Allawi, to "the need to identify all the reforms launched with a time limit to be applied and to recognize the extent of its application on the ground packages."

In the same context, confirms MP Mohammed al-Shammari, a member independent bloc, said that "the government should end the first application of its package of reform on the ground before the launch of a new reform packages." Stressing that "the reforms that have abolished some of the sites you should hit the sectarian quota system."

The attention of al-Shammari, said in an interview with the (range), to "the presence of security and economic challenges the government must take them seriously to fix it before heading to the political reforms."

Of Mohammad Sabah


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