Baghdad, July 9 (Rn) - Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Monday, to the need for a fair distribution of wealth among Iraqis, stressing on the path of building a state of citizenship and not state splitting and sectarian and sectarian discrimination.
And spin differences between Baghdad and Erbil on the conclusion of the recent oil contracts with foreign companies without coordination with the Ministry of the Federal Oil and attribute this region to the absence of federal oil law that regulates the nature of the relationship between Baghdad and Erbil on oil wealth.
Al-Maliki said during a speech at the Second Conference of the Property Claims Commission in Baghdad, which was attended by agency Kurdistan News (Rn) that he "must restore the rights and confiscated property of their respective owners and should be citizen feel that he and his wealth and his blood and his respected according to the law," calling on the importance of "the distribution of national wealth equitably among Iraqis. "
He added that "the Constitution said that the wealth belongs to the Iraqi people, not harm to get people on the part of the proceeds but it is important that the distribution is being fairly and unequivocally." He said.
He said al-Maliki as saying, "We must move in the way of building a state of citizenship and not state splitting and sectarian and sectarian discrimination because we believe that the achievement of justice and ensure the rights of people at the forefront of the construction process." He said.
He continued that "the property must be returned to their owners Our country can not stand up only on the basis of respect for the Constitution and the law, and ensure the rights of citizens by an administrator."
Region and concluded contracts with foreign oil companies to develop oil fields, but Baghdad does not recognize such contracts, and the two sides held several rounds of negotiations without reaching a final solution to them by the existence of differences on the draft law of oil and gas.
The Kurdistan region and decided early last April to stop oil exports against the background of non-payment of the federal government for money to foreign oil companies operating in the region.
From: Raman Brosk, RN LLC
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