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Emphasizing the fact that terrorist MKO’s presence in Iraq is unacceptable, the head of Iraq Unity Coalition said that the group’s activities in Iraq are illegal.
Emphasizing the fact that terrorist MKO’s presence in Iraq is unacceptable, the head of Iraq Unity Coalition said that the group’s activities in Iraq are illegal. According to Mehr News, quoting Aswat Al-Iraq website, Seyed Abdul Aziz al-Hakim, speaking at a gathering commemorating the martyrdom of Seyed Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, invited all Iraqis to participate in the elections for Provinces’ Councils and added: “This terrorist group is in Iraq without having legal and international reasons”. Accusing the group of cooperation with the former Ba’th regime in killing Iraqis, Hakim said: “The group tries to ignite ethnic differences in Iraq and has declared its hostility toward the elected Parliament and government.” “Iraqi constitution stresses that the country should not become a base for enemies. There’s no doubt that the requirements of Constitution and government are aimed at independence and sovereignty of the country.” During 80s, Terrorist MKO chose Camp Ashraf in Diali province as its base and cooperated with former Iraqi regime during imposed war against Iran. Iraqi government, reviewing the presence of this terrorist group in Iraq and its interferences in its internal affairs, made decisions against it. An Iraqi MP, referring to Iraqi government’s decisions to expel the group, stressed that all Iraqi officials and agencies agree with these decisions.

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