Parliamentary oil and gas: We will report to head of parliament for the oil crisis between Baghdad and Erbil
On: Friday 7/20/2012 1:10

Baghdad / range
revealed a representative for the mass change in the House of Representatives, on Thursday, that the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary visited the Kurdistan region is not competent to investigate in order to obtain information by force from the Government of the Territory on the oil issue, noting that the Committee will submit a report on the crisis between Baghdad and Erbil in this regard to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives.
The MP said Bayazid Hassan told "Rn" news: "The House Committee visiting the Kurdistan region currently, discussed the problem between Baghdad and Erbil on file oil and gas." And added that "a number of Committee members face a series of questions and observations to the Minister of Natural Resources in the Region Kurdistan, has recorded the view of the territorial Government on the observations, "noting that" the task of the Parliamentary Committee is limited to access to the point of view the two governments on the issue of oil, and it can not conduct investigations on charges brought by the Baghdad to the Kurdish region from the allegations of smuggling oil. "
continued Hassan by saying: "After the end of our visit to the region, and when we came back to Baghdad and to find out the perspective of the federal government about the oil problem, we will hold a meeting with the Federal Ministry of Oil, then we will prepare a report on problems between the KRG and Baghdad and the call of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives."
He drew good to be "What we have observed through the perspective of the Kurdistan Regional Government on the issue of oil, that in the event of oil and gas law, the problem between Baghdad and Erbil, the issue of oil will end." It is noteworthy that the Commission on oil and gas in the House of Representatives has begun a visit to the Kurdistan region on Tuesday, for details of the existing problems between Baghdad and Erbil, the question of oil.




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