Sumerian News / Baghdad

The governor of Nineveh Ethel Najafi, Tuesday, that the process of filing a lawsuit against the "rumor" against him, especially those that talk about the transactions to take place outside the framework of the central government, recently hosted what was considered in the House of Representatives positive.

Nujaifi said at a press conference at Parliament House and attended by "Alsumaria News", hosted "by the Commission on oil and energy in the House of Representatives, on Monday, was positive and that the Committee heard the entire truth about the rumors about allowing foreign companies in exploration or drilling for oil within the province by the Kurdistan Regional Government. "

He Nujaifi that "members of the Committee, especially from representatives of a coalition of state law, have expressed satisfaction with his presence," stressing that "the process of filing a lawsuit against the entities that broadcast rumors against him."
He revealed, media advisor to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Ali al-Musawi, in (June 19, 2012), that the latter move to prevent the transaction may be between the KRG and the governor of Nineveh, with Exxon Mobil to invest in oil in the disputed areas to maintain, and pointed to the existence of documents and information indicating the presence of "suspicious transaction", stressing that the deal was that it would have serious implications for the unity of the country.

And attack the Iraqi government since the policy of the Kurdistan region in several topics including oil, at a time is considered the region criticized Baghdad is not justified, and in this regard, it was considered the official spokesman of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Azad Ajndiagn, in (22 June) media attacks to the Iraqi government on Kurdistan region "a pressure" aimed at Msawmth on the application of Article 140 of the Constitution and from the disputed areas, while the president of the Iraqi government not to allow his advisers to "Swords declaration of war" on Kurdistan. "

The origin of the ancient dispute between the Governments of the renewed Baghdad and Erbil to oil contracts concluded by the region and which Baghdad deems illegal, while the region say they are based on the Iraqi constitution and bilateral agreements with the federal government.