Radio Farda: Nicolas Sarcozy, French interior minister, in a press conference that France has decided to put an end to the
Radio Farda: Nicolas Sarcozy, French interior minister, in a press conference that France has decided to put an end to the terrorist centers of Mojahedin in France. The French interior minister said to the reporters that Jean-Louis Bruguiere, top French anti-terrorist judge, is still investigating Maryam Rajavi and ten other senior members of MKO in France. AFP, reminds that 1300 French police took part in an operation in Mid-June during which 156 MKO members and supporters, including Maryam Rajavi, were arrested. This operation was ordered by Jean-Louis bruguiere. Detainees are accused of participating in a terrorist organization and financing terrorist operations. 11 members of MKO, including Maryam Rajavi, remained in the prison until last week when they were released by paying bail. Judged ordered Maryam to pay 80000 euro as bail. Nicolas sarcozy also criticized Daniel Mitteran, the wife of late Francios Mitteran, former president of France. Mrs. Mitteran, who is the head of France's liberate association, had opposed the arrests of MKOs. Interior minister of France, referring to the self-immolations by MKO members, said that MKO members' metal health should be examined.

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