The parliamentary law: the adoption of oil and gas law ends the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil
4/16/2018
The head of the parliamentary legal committee, Muhsen al-Saadoun,
that the adoption of the law of oil and gas contribute to ending the eternal dispute between Baghdad and Erbil, noting that the parliament received more than five drafts of the law during the previous two sessions.


Al-Saadoun said in a press statement that "the approval of the oil and gas law contributes to ending the eternal dispute between Baghdad and Erbil and determines the responsibility of each party to manage natural resources."

"The
House of Representatives failed to interpret Article 112 and 111 of the Constitution, which caused the disruption of the passage of the law,
despite its importance," he added, ruling out "finding a final version because of differences on the eligibility of the parties to the
conflict."

Al-Saadoun pointed out that "the disruption of the oil and gas law caused a major crisis between Baghdad and Erbil has reached the threat of war between them, while the adoption of the law will ensure the legal right and constitutional for each party, whether a province or a territory."

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