Friday, 16 January 2015
The Office of Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi to proceed with the implementation of the oil deal with the Kurdistan Regional Government and abide by it.
Spokesperson for the Office of Prime Minister Saad Al-Hadithi said all Iraq [in] "statements calling for revision of the agreement between Baghdad and Erbil reflects her Sayers and their subjects ' and there are some parties and personalities were not convinced that the agreement signed between the Federal Government and the Kurdistan Regional Government but both sides are committed to its implementation and not in command.
The agreement was ratified by the Council of Ministers and the House certainly is the subject of the obligation cannot be undone and the general budget for the 2015 built largely on this agreement. "
Hadithi said to devote part of the balancing of the Federal ground forces to the peshmerga as percentages of population that these forces are part of the national security system. "
The "export Kirkuk crude through a pipeline to Turkey and to the port of Ceyhan, the fields and the export part of the commitment of the region to implement the terms of the agreement."
Said spokesman Abadi "anyone has the right to express a political point of view on this agreement, Iraq has a democratic system but there is an agreement and so far the territory did not shirk it."
The State of law bloc in the House of representatives stressed the need for the Federal Government to be solely responsible for the export of Iraqi oil, including oil of Kurdistan ".
He said coalition lawmaker Ali al-adeeb told a press conference held Wednesday to block the Parliament building that "export operation must be limited to the Federal Government, however, and through a sumo in coordination with the Ministry of natural resources in the Kurdistan Regional Government to achieve justice and the implementation of the provisions of the Constitution concerning the economic aspect to ensure the equitable distribution of wealth to all Iraqis in all its factions."
"The budget should be modified in order to avoid the possible financial repercussions, most notably to determine the share of Kurdistan and other provinces depending on the proportions of their populations and the appropriation of set-off referred to in the reports of the Office of financial supervision, which are the province of the Federal Government and the adoption of a mechanism to schedule payment".
The Federal Government and the Kurdistan Regional Government announced in December an agreement on oil exports and share of the territory's budget.
The agreement included the export of Kurdistan 250,000 barrels via Ceyhan line with export 300,000 bpd from Kirkuk fields across the same line, and iradtha to the Federal Government, which in turn agreed to pay the Kurdish Peshmerga forces as part of the Iraqi security system. over 2
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