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Article 140 and the border between the provinces and the oil and gas law highlighted the files held

Unread postby Stillw8n » Sat Jul 06, 2013 11:19 am

Article 140 and the border between the provinces and the oil and gas law highlighted the files held by Barzani

Government source confirmed earlier that the head of Iraq’s Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, starts tomorrow, Sunday, a visit to the capital, Baghdad looking with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki pending issues, economic and political security.

The source said “obelisk” on condition of anonymity that “Barzani will visit Baghdad at the head of a delegation representing the local government in the province tomorrow and will meet Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.”

He also noted that Barzani held meetings with the leaders of the political forces inside and outside the Iraqi government.

For his part, said the Kurdistan Alliance MP Mahmoud Othman for “obelisk” that “Barzani will carry with him important files is the application of Article 140 of the Constitution and the Peshmerga and administrative issues and the law of oil and gas will be examined contracts between the province and the oil and gas companies to take advantage of opinion between the province and the center.”

He added, “Barzani will meet with political forces and the research will be conducted across two axes: the bilateral relationship between the province and the federal government and the axis of the general Iraqi issues,” indicating “Barzani سيصطحب of the delegation, including government and party.”

In turn, said a member of the Kurdistan Alliance Mahma Khalil for “obelisk” that “files held by Barzani important and worthy to resolve differences and pass laws important for the Iraqi people have started things a good start to bear fruit between the political blocs,” explaining that these laws “includes oil and gas law and Article 140 and the border administrative and law amending the budget of the Iraqi state and the most important of the security situation in the region. “

“The parties feel that the political process needs to coordinate positions and the region with a sensitive circumstance, and I think that in the interest of Iraq and the democratic process that there will be coordination and dialogue and mutual visits between Baghdad and Erbil.”

He said “the visit will throw a shadow positive because there is prior agreement to work according to the constitution,” adding “we are with the legal steps Constitutional contracted the province with the oil companies to extract and develop the oil sector until the completion of the enactment of the oil and gas,” stressing that “the work of companies constitutional and legal Proof by the fact that major international companies operating in the region working in collaboration with experts and jurists. “

“The government delegation and politically from the various political forces in the Kurdistan region will accompany Barzani and expect positive results for the benefit of Iraq and the Iraqis,” stressing that “Barzani is respected by all the political blocs.”

Barzani’s visit comes in response to Maliki’s visit to Kurdistan last month.
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