Mosooat Al-Nahrain wrote that Iraqi citizens outside the country are waiting for return licenses while Mojahedin Khalq are being brought to Kirkuk
I want to raise two questions here. Is there anyone to answer me?
First: the case of allowing Iraqi citizens abroad to return is still undetermined. They are eager to get back to their country as soon as possible. It seems that Iraq foreign ministry is busy with something not related to Iraqi people! How can we wait for the license to return to Iraq when Syrian Kurds and pro-MKO Kurds have been brought to Kirkuk?
Second: it's been said that only those who have coupons are allowed to take part in elections. If it's true, elections will be held only in Iraq and votes of 4 million Iraqis abroad will be wasted.
I hope this information is not true, otherwise we should say: "where are the limits of rudeness?"
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