Kurds welcomes the intervention of UN to help Iraq to pass oil law
Kurdistan welcomes the intervention of UN to help Iraq to pass oil law
Baghdad, August 11 / August (Rn) - expressed the Kurdistan Alliance bloc, Saturday, support for the UN resolution, the judge to form a UN delegation to Iraq to assist in the approval of oil and gas law for instance is controversial.
The representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq Martin Kobler has revealed today in a press statement from his office in Iraq would be a delegation internationalist after the holiday shall follow the law of oil and gas. and the Iraqi Council of Representatives of three draft laws for oil and gas, because one of them in 2007 before being Pendants for incompatibility on it, while the second was made by the Commission on oil and gas in the Council, while the provision of third in 2011 by the Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Hussain al-Shahristani. A spokesman for mass pro-Ok, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that "the Organization of the United organization by the United neutral and has a great role in Iraq and its role is welcome in the aspects of many issues. " said a good welcome to follow the United Nations for oil and gas law "because the legislation will solve Problems complex in Iraq, and we believe that the law the depth of the dispute between the provincial government and the federal government." He is good to "legislation, the law remains, however, the Iraqi political forces after the agreement on the wording because Alkmlh latter remain in the hands of political forces and in accordance with the Constitution." The cabinet approved the Iraqi draft law of oil and gas in 2007 but faced objections Kurdish, seen by observers that he represents the differences between Arbil and Baghdad over revenue-sharing oil and control of some fields in northern Iraq and the Kurdistan region, Iraq is seeking to increase its oil production in the coming years to reach 12 million barrels per day. From: Raman Brosk, RN LLC http://www.aknews.com/ar/aknews/2/321275/