A parliamentarian determines the fate of the oil and gas law and the next legislative direction
Information/Baghdad… Today, the representative of the State of Law coalition, Muhammad Radhi, determined the fate of the draft oil and gas law and its next destination.
Radi said in an interview with the information agency, “The draft oil and gas law will go to Parliament, and there is a technical delegation that meets from time to time and has reached advanced stages between the Federal Ministry of Oil and the Ministry of Natural Resources in the region.”
He added, “Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’a al-Sudani pays great attention to important laws, including the oil and gas law, which guarantees a better use of financial and oil resources.”
Radi pointed out, “Passing the draft oil and gas law requires the approval of the Kurdistan Regional Government on the conditions set by the central government in the capital, Baghdad.”
The Oil and Gas Law stipulates that the management of oil fields in Iraq must be entrusted to a national oil company under direct supervision by the central government in the capital, Baghdad.