Kurdistan: Shahristani party carry out the agenda to dominate the oil

On: Wednesday 02/29/2012 11:17

 Baghdad / long
accused the Kurdistan Alliance, a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, by seeking to control the oil wealth, also criticized the coalition, Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Hussain al-Shahristani, and considered it a front for the implementation of the strategy to dominate the power, confirming the presence of autism visions between Kurdistan and the list and some components of the Iraqi National Alliance to reject the Government's policy of calling party (the most prominent component of the state law) in the exclusion of file management partners of oil.

Spokesman for the Kurdistan Alliance Farhad Atrushi "The Federal Council for Oil and Gas is one of the most important points of contention in the law, oil and gas, we see the partnership and the distribution of powers between the central government and regional governments and the oil-producing provinces."
He Atrushi by telephone (range) yesterday, "If What I want him to be a front to stay part of the federal executive authority in Baghdad, as now being planned there is no need for the formation of Amtlakena such as how institutions such as the Ministry Oil and Energy Committee in the Council of Ministers. "
According to the draft submitted by the government, 80% of the members of the Council and what says Atrushi from the central government, and chaired by Nuri al-Maliki, according to justify that part of the executive, noting that "it is obvious that the decisions will be for the benefit of Baghdad."
and adopt the exclusion of the other partners of the Petroleum Council, and according to the Kurdistan Alliance, the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Hussain al-Shahristani, and between Atrushi "It has become a front for the project Dawa Party, the political, through Iraq's strong central governed by the commander may be beyond the Constitution in some cases, which is allowed for them."
and accused a spokesman for the Kurdistan Alliance, the Dawa Party, waive the Constitution, "They affirm the need to abide by its terms, but the reality say the opposite because they are over it in more than once and have the evidence on this matter ".
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