A member of governing council of Iraq announced yesterday that the authorities of this government are now negotiating
A member of governing council of Iraq announced yesterday that the authorities of this government are now negotiating about the aspects and the possibility of MKO members’ restitution to Iran.
Judge Noor-o din Dara, a member of governing council added that: “I think that the amnesty will be considered for them if we return them to Iran; and Iran will forgive them and will welcome them”.
He added that: “it is better for these persons to demand permission of returning from Iran and I am sure that Iran will understand this matter as well”.
Dara declared that: “because of humanistic reasons, we set time for these members living in an under controlled chmp by US, to exit and will give another time for exiting from Iraq, but the details of exiling these people are not determined yet”.
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