Posts Tagged ‘Baghdad government’

Thursday, 02 May 2013 17:18 | | |

Baghdad (AIN) -MP Ali al-Dhari of the parliament Oil & Energy Committee stressed that “the Oil & Gas Law can be ratified in case all the political sides show good will to resolve the pending issues between Baghdad government and Kurdistan government.” (more…)

At the beginning of March 2013 the Iraqi parliament finally able to pass the annual budget, which was delayed for several months because of the conflict between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the central government on oil policy pursued by the region. This conflict can not find a solution in time at which the vote was taken, which led to the grumbling of the Kurdistan Alliance. With regard to the actual budget, it is the largest in the history of Iraq, as it includes the largest investment spending, but many ministries have proven their inability to spend all the money allocated to them. (more…)

Wednesday, 12 January 1 / December 2012 18:48

{Baghdad: Euphrates News} Informed sources revealed, according to local newspaper Kuwaiti politics for a U.S. plan to deploy observers Americans in the disputed areas between the Baghdad government and the Kurdistan region, with failed efforts by Washington to arrange a tripartite meeting was scheduled to collect between President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and Kurdish President Massoud Barzani. (more…)

Editor: SS | GS Thursday, 06 k 1 2012 11:18 GMT

revealed Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, about two proposals to resolve the crisis between the central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, stressing that the first proposal put سيطرات joint between the army and the Peshmerga in disputed areas, as pointed out that the proposed second to make the sons of those areas in charge protection . (more…)


BAGHDAD / JD / .. revealed to the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary submitted a draft law of oil and gas in the Iraqi parliament after the end of the legislative term holiday.

A member of the Committee and the National Alliance MP Uday al-Awadi’s / JD /: B’datalh legislative term he entered the Parliament will be put oil and gas law for its own legislation, to resolve the current crisis between the central government and the region add to the problems of many terminate this law and explained, “The problem is escalating between the central government and the Region Kurdistan’s oil back on the lack of clear legislation. ” (more…)

Baghdad, April 14 (Rn) – The number of experts in the field of oil and the economy on the need to develop a road map to get rid of the outstanding problems and the separation of the political differences for the economic differences between Baghdad and Erbil.

The former Minister of Planning Mahdi Al-Hafiz at a seminar hosted by the Economic Development Institute in Baghdad, on Saturday, said that “the solution to the problems between Baghdad and Erbil must be done through constructive dialogue,” noting “the need to separate the political differences and economic differences for oil.” (more…)

Wednesday, 04 January 2012 11:07

{Baghdad} Euphrates News confirmed a member of the Commission on oil and gas parliamentary Alzerkane Fatima, that the parliament will host in the coming days and Oil Minister Abdul Karim and coffee to discuss oil and gas law.

And is the law of oil and gas from the laws of contention between the political blocs and provided more than one copy since the previous parliamentary session, but the political parties did not settle on any one of them. (more…)

12/18/2011 6:42 PM

BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The French government expressed its great concern for Iraqi-Kuwaiti relations, connected with the occupation of the latter in 1990, in addition to the fate of prisoners of war in Iraq.

The Kuwaiti official electronic site quoted a senior French diplomat expressed the necessity of returning Kuwaiti national archives and other properties, as dispatched by Kuwaiti news agency (KUNA). (more…)

22/11/2011 14:56
Arbil, November 22 (Rn) – A study by the Harvard Kennedy recently that Iraq sits on top of the third-largest oil reserves in the world, while producing less than 4 percent of the world’s oil, noting that Iraq has a great opportunity to increase its production of energy, as it seeks to increase the production of 10 million barrels of oil per day by the year 2017. But the ambitious agenda for this country faces many challenges as suffering from a dilapidated infrastructure, and the scarcity of trained professionals, and security and political environment is stable.

To that shows a professor at the Kennedy School Meghan O’Sullivan, who served in the White House and the Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan from 2004 to 2007. “Because of these factors, the operational and logistics play a big role in whether Iraq will be able to reach the potential energy, the political factors will be equally important, “For this reason, the paper focuses its work on the political issues that have received relatively little attention so far is” essential to the smooth development of power in Iraq. ” (more…)

24/10/2011 14:43

Baghdad, October 24 (aka News) refused the Kurdistan coalition forces today, Monday, the statements by some Iraqi politicians in Baghdad, which calls for the Kurds to secede and declare their independent state, saying it aims to influence the relationship with the provincial government and the Government of the Union.

A spokesman for the Kurdistan Alliance, a good supporter, told Kurdistan (aka News) that “these statements designed to put pressure on the Kurds and the impact on the bilateral relationship between the Kurdistan region and Baghdad aims to embarrass the Kurds in their relationship with their politicians there.”


Policy in Iraq is the perfect place if you want to look for bad news in Iraq, and if the country has witnessed an improvement relative steady over the past years, the policy in that country has seen a noticeable decline, it remained the files stuck and stalled government partnership and increased foreign intervention, according to see what an American expert.

The Director of Defense Research on the initiative of the twenty-first century at the Brookings Institution, Michael Ouhanlun, in a study published, the current month, at the site of The National Interest, said that Iraq is still far less violent than before. Of course, everyone knows that the levels of violence in Iraq is much less than it was in 2004, and until the year 2007. But with the high-profile attacks during the summer of this year, some people have the impression that things had worsened significantly, and contributed to confusion in the press, sometimes by talking about a major upsurge in violence that seems to have undermined much of the gains of the past four years.