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5-6-13 LoriC: Although there is clearly still much work to be done, the GOI appears to be making progress rather than procrastinating and forming committee after committee for the purpose of avoiding the difficult issues that would benefit not only the GOI, their international standing and of course the Iraqi citizens who suffer the most.
Progress may be slow but progress none less appears to be the latest trend which is encouraging that they are moving in the right direction.
Time will tell but imo the atmosphere of late has drastically improved from the years past. Considering the Erbil points, HCL, Article 140 among other relative issues finally being addressed.
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Having said that, there is still much work to be done before the power sharing and stability will be acceptable to implement the necessary currency reforms.
We are moving in that direction though. So, as investors, things seem to be turning in our favor.
My opinion on this matter comes from much of what we've witnessed over the past couple week, not simply this article I'm providing but here's the latest:
Article - 5-6-13 GOI Outstanding Issues Will Be Solved: The outstanding issues between the federal government and the Kurdistan region of Iraq, into two parts, which implemented and solved as payment dues of the oil companies, and the other will leave for the parliamentary session to come.
Some of the demands the relationship between the government and the province belong to the House of Representatives oil and gas law and the respect of Article 140, and not all demands from the jurisdiction of the government, are described: the Kurdistan to discuss with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to be considered the owner of a large block (a coalition of state law) to pass laws relating to their pending House of Representatives.
The demands of the relationship does not solve all of them, the mismatch of recognized and implemented as a matter of presence forces 'Peshmerga' disputed areas with the forces of the Tigris, and approve payments to the oil companies operating in the province.
Article 140 of the difficult implementation steps now and it will leave the parliamentary session next to the House of Representatives.
The agreement recently concluded between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq, viable but not impossible, despite the fact that the implementation of some of its provisions need time.
Fawzi said the Shi is necessary to resolve outstanding problems is the existence of joint negotiations and direct dialogue between the leaders of the federal government and the province, adding that the move away and interrupt the other does not solve the outstanding problems.