Baghdad Brief Center for the Iraqi Media Network - announced the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary form a committee of 12 member of the House of Representatives in order to resolve the differences on the law of oil and gas.
The representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Martin Kobler has shown that he will form a team from the United Nations to pursue approval of the oil and gas law.
The MP said Furat al-Shara member of the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary: "The oil and gas law is one of the basic laws strategic to regulate relations between the federal government and the provinces, especially the Kurdistan region, as well as that organized between companies basic giant invested in all parts of Iraq and the federal government."
He Shara in a statement singled out (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network), the presence of four paragraphs Legal out of 54 paragraph in this oil and gas law is the focus of the difference between the federal government and the Kurdistan region, noting that those points relating to ownership and management and fitness.
There's oil and energy committee three drafts of the parliamentary oil and gas laws are drafted in 2007, the draft Government and the Committee a draft of the proposed law.
Since the adoption of the Constitution, such as the oil and gas law highlighted outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil did not succeed former House and the current to find a consensus on a common formula for the oil and gas law.
Article (111) of the Constitution reads as follows: "Oil and gas is the property of all the Iraqi people in all the regions and governorates," while Article (112) reads as follows: "
First: The federal government will administer oil and gas extracted from current fields with the governments of the producing regions and provinces, to be distributed and imports fairly commensurate with the population distribution in all parts of the country. "