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Parliamentary energy is discussing with the ministry the resolution of the oil and gas laws

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Demands to pass a law granting the citizen his share of the oil wealth

Dozens of people in the province of Basra, the activists of oil companies on Friday, a pause for the project "for the people's right to his oil wealth."

"The purpose of our stand today is to demand the approval of the law of the National Oil Company, which includes the share of shares for the Iraqi citizen, and a series of procedures and demands for meetings with the Committee of oil and energy parliamentary and the departments of the ministries concerned and the Council of Ministers to expand the claim.

Al-Maliki said that "this stand is complementary and expression of the voice of the people to demand their rights approved by the Iraqi constitution and there are other stops organized by the provinces of Dhi Qar and Maysan in solidarity with this campaign."

For his part, said a member of the Board of Basra Oil and Sam Abdul Rahman, "The group of activists and specialists in this movement fear not to vote by parliament on what was approved in the draft law of the National Oil Company, although it is backed by a clear constitutional text and we are on the election period must Parliament Harmony with the requirements of the people and pressure the government not to appeal and resort to the rejection of such legitimate demands of the Iraqi citizen, who deserves to have a share of the wealth of the country.

A group of dignitaries, representatives of civil society organizations, media and banners supporting the project "The people have a right to their oil wealth" witnessed the stand today.

https://www.sotaliraq.com/2018/02/23/مطالبات-بإقرار-قانون-يمنح-للمواطن-حصت/

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Draft law of NOC is part of HCL that has been broken into 3 diff laws.

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Amazing how politicians are the same everywhere. Malaki was in office how long? Stealing wealth and not giving a rats azz about the people. Now that elections are coming he’s siding with the demonstrators. Pathetic 

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10 minutes ago, idplzr said:

Amazing how politicians are the same everywhere. Malaki was in office how long? Stealing wealth and not giving a rats azz about the people. Now that elections are coming he’s siding with the demonstrators. Pathetic 

 

get in the moment, stop thinking of last week ok

 

Maliki is biting the dust I think!

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33 minutes ago, sonjasdca said:

Why is it that U.S citizens do not have rights to oil in the  USA?

 

 

Good question

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42 minutes ago, sonjasdca said:

Why is it that U.S citizens do not have rights to oil in the  USA?

 

 

From Wikipedia:

 

"The law regulating oil and gas ownership in the US generally differs significantly from laws in Europe because oil and gas are often owned privately in the US as opposed to being owned by the national government in many other countries."

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2 hours ago, sonjasdca said:

Why is it that U.S citizens do not have rights to oil in the  USA?

 

 

1 hour ago, Rmc10 said:

 

Good question

 

In the State where I live, people can own the Oil, Gas, and Mineral Rights to a parcel, or multiple parcels, of land. They get paid a royalty from the amount of oil, gas, and/or minerals that are taken from the land if extraction of said items occurs on the parcel(s) of land owned by them.

 

Conversely, a universal right to the oil, gas, and/or minerals in the USA really would not optimally benefit The United States Of America Citizens since the needs and capabilities of said Citizens varies and does not optimally "encourage" said Citizens to pursue Life, Liberty, and Happiness since the said owners of the Oil, Gas, and Mineral rights would not be able to (or maybe not at all) enjoy the benefits of said Rights. If someone wants the Rights to oil, for example, that someone can do the research and investigate optimal Oil, Gas, and Mineral Rights bearing parcels of land and purchase said Rights for potential post purchase benefit.

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9 minutes ago, Synopsis said:

 

 

In the State where I live, people can own the Oil, Gas, and Mineral Rights to a parcel, or multiple parcels, of land. They get paid a royalty from the amount of oil, gas, and/or minerals that are taken from the land if extraction of said items occurs on the parcel(s) of land owned by them.

 

Conversely, a universal right to the oil, gas, and/or minerals in the USA really would not optimally benefit The United States Of America Citizens since the needs and capabilities of said Citizens varies and does not optimally "encourage" said Citizens to pursue Life, Liberty, and Happiness since the said owners of the Oil, Gas, and Mineral rights would not be able to (or maybe not at all) enjoy the benefits of said Rights. If someone wants the Rights to oil, for example, that someone can do the research and investigate optimal Oil, Gas, and Mineral Rights bearing parcels of land and purchase said Rights for potential post purchase benefit.

 

Thanks, good answer. :)

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Let me get this straight. DOZENS OF PROTESTERS.? Really? Can’t they do any better than that? Sounds like a Hillarious Clinton rally.

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So Synopsis, what your are saying is that because we are pursuing life, liberty and happiness, we can't have it? I think we have earned it and deserve it!  

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By the Iraqi constitution the oil belong to the citizens.

 

The pressure is ON to pass the HCL 

 

Go HCL 

Go profit sharing

Go RV 

Go purchasing power

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9 hours ago, sonjasdca said:

Why is it that U.S citizens do not have rights to oil in the  USA?

 

interesting ,  you know  Alaska , they do share the oil gas  money ...  never really put a thought into it ,  ( except one --- it is freaking cold as hell up there at  times  ,  they can have it  :lol: )

 

6 hours ago, magawatt said:

My uncle in Texas paid negative property taxes (ie, be was paid) because oil was found under the town he lived in.

yeah I have a someone  closer in  the family tree  as well  also in texas !  (  the last few years  were a bit tough  as oil was just trickling out  while  opic was  filling up the  reserves every where ) ....

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12 hours ago, Butifldrm said:

Dozens of people in the province of Basra

mmmm wonder if these are the  folks  that voted for malarkey when he was  ripping the masses off ? !

 

12 hours ago, Butifldrm said:

Al-Maliki said that "this stand is complementary and expression of the voice of the people to demand their rights approved by the Iraqi constitution

might not be the same  --- malarkey guy we know as the " crook " 

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14 hours ago, sonjasdca said:

Why is it that U.S citizens do not have rights to oil in the  USA?

 

Up here in Alaska, we do it's about $1,100.00 a year.  You should ask your Governor why you don't.

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12 hours ago, sonjasdca said:

So Synopsis, what your are saying is that because we are pursuing life, liberty and happiness, we can't have it? I think we haven't earned it and don't deserve it!  

 

That is absolutely correct, SonjaSDCa, AND The Best Of Your Weekend To You!!! :tiphat:

 

I do not want rights or benefits to someone else's property AND I certainly do not want anyone else to have rights or benefits to my property. I do not want to infringe or impose on some one else's pursuit of Life, Liberty, and Happiness except specifically at my expense. I will not let anyone infringe or impose on my pursuit of Life, Liberty, and Happiness while being reasonably careful not to pursue at some one else's specific expense.

 

To illustrate, I did my OWN research on the Iraqi Dinar to determine the risks, benefits, and potential timeline (anywhere from imminent to never) knowing my investment could go completely bust and I loose all my investment. I was only told about the Iraqi Dinar that there COULD BE something I MAY BE interested in. I was very skeptical, of course, until I did my research. I used my (not some one else's mind you) OWN very hard earned money to acquire Iraqi Dinar. I TOTALLY OWN the benefits (or consequences) I experience from any action I take with the Iraqi Dinar at the time I choose to receive all the benefit - however great or small it may be.

 

To illustrate further, how many people have You told directly You hold Iraqi Dinar? I can count the number of people I told on one hand. Only one person knows a significant portion of what I (the IBC) hold. No one but myself knows the total portion of the Iraqi Dinar. Only one person, who told me about the Iraqi Dinar, may have told I have Iraqi Dinar to one or more others but they do not know how much and I likely will not see them or be in contact with them. No one will ever know. Once (I believe will) the Iraqi Dinar ReInstates/Revalues, people WILL COME OUT OF THE WOOD WORK DEMANDING benefits and rights to what some one (possibly You) holds of Iraqi Dinar believing, for whatever reason(s), it is THEIR inalienable Right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit Of Happiness to do so at some one else's (possibly Your) expense. No doubt about it. Sure, if a specific some one makes an uncoerced specific commitment to a specific some one else before or after the Iraqi Dinar ReInstates/Revalues then that is a whole another scenario. Knowledge is POWER for ME acquiring Iraqi Dinar and making preparations with services from DinarVets that I alone researched and purchased. Knowledge is POWER for SOMEONE ELSE (a close to distant relative, friend, or acquaintance) who KNOWS ANOTHER SPECIFICALLY has Iraqi Dinar to include arrangements the ANOTHER has made. That SOME ONE else may have an amicable to enjoyable relationship now but may even blackmail ANOTHER by stating THEY will tell the whole world (basically) ANOTHER has Iraqi Dinar (even the arrangements for services and timing of the services) and demand X (such as Iraqi Dinar, privileges of whatever sort, the list goes on and on and will change over time, too).

 

This illustrates why I MUST TOTALLY OWN this investment and I AM TOTALLY SILENT on the investment and the arrangements made through DinarVets. Post RI/RV knowledge by others NOT holding Iraqi Dinar and of the Iraqi Dinar arrangements COULD BE a HUGE PROBLEM for others and even myself while in the process of utilizing the arrangements. I DO NOT want to know anything about the specific IQD holdings or arrangements other DinarVets have and is available to them and vice versa. Post RI/RV new relationships will be made on a limited amount of information allowed to be shared. SILENCE IS GOLDEN since LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS. I DO NOT want this investment to go down the drain like some form of lottery winnings. Discipline is KEY. The work prior to the RI/RV is nothing compared to the amount of work and discipline after the RI/RV. I WILL NOT let some one else's lack of work and discipline compromise my work and discipline by some one else sharing the information about my holdings and arrangements.

 

Just my thoughts, opinion, and :twocents:

 

Go Moola Nova!

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9 hours ago, jeepguy said:

interesting ,  you know  Alaska , they do share the oil gas  money ...  never really put a thought into it ,  ( except one --- it is freaking cold as hell up there at  times  ,  they can have it  :lol: )

Yep your correct I spent most my life in Alaska, if you are a resident of Alaska you got a dividend right before Christmas every year, it's a profit of the oil sold. I know longer live there I do enjoy warmer weather but I find myself visiting there every year.  

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