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Un parlementaire appelle à la fermeture des raffineries de pétrole illégales dans le Kurdistan irakien

Calls for KRG to Close Down illegal Oil Refineries
If the minister does not respond, I will sue him, warns Kurdish MP


Basnews  |  Biryar Koyi
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15.04.2015  16:15

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Kurdish member of the energy and natural resources committee in the Kurdistan Region Parliament has sent a letter to the Kurdistan Region’s Minister of Natural Resources Ashti Hawrami, asking him to close down the illegal oil refineries in the region.


In his letter, which a copy of it have been obtained by BasNews, MP Ali Halo claims that there are number of illegal oil refineries near Duhok and Zakho in the north of Kurdistan Region which can affect the health of the residents in the area and the environment as the refineries are not built and run according to the standards.

MP Halo raises questions in his letter asking why the ministry has not closed down the refineries so far and whether they have any plans to shut them or not, “I am seeking an answer.”

Halo has declared that if the minister does not respond, “He will sue him as it is the second time he is sending a letter to the minister, regarding this matter”.

Despite the side effects of the non-standard and illegal oil refineries, experts believed to have negative impacts on the economy of Kurdistan Region as they are not fully committed to the laws and instructions of the government.
Source : http://www.basnews.com/en/economy/2015/04/15/calls-for-krg-to-close-down-illegal-oil-refineries/

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