Kurdish lawmaker: Arbil thwarted our attempts to solve the economic crisis with Baghdad

02.14.2016 at 10:18 (Baghdad time)

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Accused the chairman of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary Ares Abdullah, Sunday, the Kurdistan Regional Government's attempts to derail the Kurdistan Alliance to resolve the economic crisis and lingering problems with Baghdad.

He was a member of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary Zaher al-Abadi, has confirmed that the delivery of the share of the 17% of the territory a distant dream.

He said Abdullah's / balances News /, "The financial crisis in the Christan borne by the governments of the center and the region because of the lack Kiemanma development of private management of the oil's and the Kurdistan Regional Government crippled all our attempts in the Iraqi parliament to end the crisis because of its insistence on its position to export outside the sumo strategy."

He added, "The provincial government has not received any amount of the share of the 17% prescribed under the federal budget for the 2016 Act so far," he said, adding that "this is due to common causes borne by the two governments."

He pointed out that "the Kurdistan accustomed to this course where I got last year on entitlements the first months of the fiscal year only, and in 2014 the center government paid us amounts of one month."

He noted that "the deputies of the Kurdistan Alliance strive to resolve this problem and arrived at some outlets solution, but the insistence of the Government of Arbil on its position to export outside the sumo blocked everything," he said, adding that "we will continue to press the parties in order to apply the item for receivables Kurdistan budget and not to be drawn beyond legal Mhalvat. "

He was surprised by "the lack of a joint governmental solutions to private end winning the dispute over how the oil sector management," calling "the Baghdad government to deal with the issue of oil, according to the principle of federalism and not the central through the involvement of the provinces producing and selling this would enhance and strengthen the oil sector in the country."

He stressed that "oil sales by the government of Kurdistan at the moment very little but not enough to meet the basic need."

The State of Law bloc in parliament had called earlier, the government and parliament to abolish the province of Kurdistan percentage of the federal budget amounting to 17% after Tnsalhm for the oil agreement, calling for the region's president, Massoud Barzani, the loss of legitimacy of a referendum on self-determination away from the riches of central and southern Iraq that go in their assets. ended 29/42 g.