Oil and energy parliamentary rule out the consent of Parliament on a draft oil law for 2007 .
Wednesday, 2 November 2011 13:58

Twilight News / ruled out of the oil and energy in the House of Representatives, Wednesday, members of the council to approve the draft law of oil and gas for the year 2007, weighted by the draft incorporates the government and parliament in the new law meets the aspirations of all parties.

The decision of the Commission on oil and gas parliamentary Mchkta Qasim's "Twilight News", that "it is unlikely to be approved by the members of the House of Representatives a copy of the law of oil and gas which have been prepared in 2007."
The federal government announced, the first Monday, the delegation agreement with the Kurdistan Region to adopt the draft law of oil and gas governmental organizations that submitted in February 2007.
The chief advisers Fadel Ghadhban that the Iraqi government agreed with the delegation of the Government of Arbil, the adoption of the draft law of oil and gas provided by the government in February 2007 and negotiated before the end of this year.
Mchkta explained that "the draft law of oil and gas on which the House of Representatives and the other one of them by the government, carrying the spirit of the draft law for the year 2007 with many amendments."
Article 112 of the Iraqi Constitution First: The federal government will administer oil and gas extracted from current fields with the governments of the regions and producing provinces, to be distributed and imports fairly commensurate with the demographic distribution all over the country, with a quota for LENDING TO AND MANAGING for affected regions, and that it was denied unfairly by the former regime, which were damaged after a way that ensures balanced development in different parts of the country, and this shall be regulated by law.

He guessed Mchkta that "The Council of Representatives after the legislative recess merging legal government and House of Representatives in the rate of one law that meets the aspirations of all political parties."
Indicated that the State of Law coalition led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said, earlier, the possibility of resolving the dispute between the federal government and the Kurdistan Region on the enactment of the oil and gas, as alluded to Arbil, the possibility of resorting to the option of the Federal Court to overcome the differences explain the constitutional articles on the distribution of natural resources between the Iraqis.