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Releasing a statement, the government of Iraq's Kurdistan announced: "The Council of Sunni Muslim Scholars" is an illegal group in Iraq and has no right to object to the laws. This group has no legal or democratic position in Iraq's political system."
Releasing a statement, the government of Iraq's Kurdistan announced: "The Council of Sunni Muslim Scholars" is an illegal group in Iraq and has no right to object to the laws. This group has no legal or democratic position in Iraq's political system." The Council asked foreign companies on Tuesday not to sign any oil and gas contracts with the government of Kurdistan. "The Council of Sunni Muslim Scholars" has been unaware of all developments in Iraq and Kurdistan. It has dared to attack the Kurdistan's parliament and its leaders," the statement adds. The spokesperson for Iraqi Kurdistan's government said: "The law of oil and gas, passed by the parliament of Kurdistan on Monday, is in the framework of Iraqi constitution but the reason for the Council's opposition to the law is due to some political malignancies." It should be noted that Hares Al-Zaari, the head of this council, who's now in Jordan and intelligence on his financial ties to Saudis was exposed recently, has been a major opponent of Iraq's current political process. He also releases statements in the favor of terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq organization.

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