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It agreed that the Federal Court is the decisive factor between Baghdad and Erbil be on oil


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It agreed that the Federal Court is the decisive factor between Baghdad and Erbil be on oil  12/06/2016 14:26  BAGHDAD / tomorrow Press:  MP for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Farhad capable block, on Tuesday, said the political blocs agreed within the budget to compel the governments of the center and the region's oil agreement and the repayments to the national sumo company, pointing out that the Federal Court would be al-Faisal, in the event of non-compliance of one of the parties.  Farhad said in a statement for "tomorrow's Press," "The Parliament voted on the wording of the oil accord majority," noting that "the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc boycotted the only meeting of the opposition to the project and other Kurdish blocs." He explained that "the oil agreement voted by the House of Representatives within the budget was agreed by majority vote with the exception of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, adding that" the agreement eliminates compel parties center and the region by law, not optionally, in the event of non-compliance will be the Federal Court is the decisive factor in the resolution of disputes. "  He added that "the priority in the region's share going to the salaries of the staff of Kurdistan in oil revenues and the share of 17%." He cautioned that "the change bloc has proposed to determine the share of each of the provinces of the region separately and has been discussed, but we came to support the proposal of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Bloc and supported by the MDC and became a legitimate Cardstania had the support of all parties except the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc," pointing out that "Democratic bloc is still the province and insists on the objection."

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