Parliamentarian: Sudanese held a series of meetings to resolve the oil and gas law

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Parliamentarian: Sudanese held a series of meetings to resolve the oil and gas law

In Baghdad, Independent MP Bassem Al-Gharibawi has confirmed that Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani conducted a series of meetings with various committees to overcome obstacles to the oil and gas law. According to Al-Gharibawi, the law requires political consensus to resolve some of its paragraphs before it can be presented to Parliament for voting.

Al-Gharibawi stated that passing the oil and gas law unanimously under the Parliament dome requires consensus among political parties on disputed paragraphs.

According to sources, the Prime Minister conducted a series of meetings to resolve the oil and gas law and to bridge the gap between Baghdad and Erbil. The aim was to bring the viewpoints closer together and overcome differences so that the law could be finalized and presented to the Parliament for voting. During the discussion, the Prime Minister emphasized on the importance of resolving this issue for the betterment of the country’s economy.

In his statement, he emphasized that political consensus holds the dominant position when it comes to passing important laws in Parliament. The agreement among the political blocs would be the deciding factor for any law that is intended to be voted on and put into effect.