Kurdish activist: The ruling families deduct 65 dollars from each barrel and deposit it in their account
economic Last update 02/16/2022 | 2:17 pm
The Kurdish activist Mahmoud Yassin Kurdi accused, on Wednesday, the ruling families in the Kurdistan region of stealing large sums of money and depositing them in their accounts in Europe.
In a tweet on Twitter, which was seen by the "Information" agency, Kurdi said, "In the past seven months, with oil prices rising to more than $90, but the Kurdistan Region's oil revenues were only $350 million."
He added, "These numbers mean that each barrel of oil goes from only $25 to employee salaries, and
the rest goes to European banks in the families' account.
That's why they want to turn the decision of the Federal Court to the issue of nationalism!"
And the Federal Supreme Court announced, yesterday, Tuesday, that it is not possible for the Kurdistan region to export oil and to hand over the previous proceeds to the Federal Sumo Company, as well as the invalidity of the oil and gas law in the region.