"Unified Iraqi Coalition" tries to present a bill to the parliament in order to end the presence of this terrorist group in Iraq. Members of this coalition have also discussed the issue of the participation of some political figures in MKO's meetings, which contradicts Iraqi laws and constitution."
Unified Iraqi Coalition (the biggest faction in the Iraqi parliament) announced on Tuesday that terrorist MKO will be expelled.
The decision was made by the political leaders of this faction (which has 115 seats in Parliament) in a session held in the house of Abdul Aziz al-Hakim; the session was headed by Homam Hamoudi, one of the major figures of the faction.
According to Unified Iraqi Coalition's statement received by IRNA in Baghdad, members of this coalition have passed a resolution to prosecute the elements of Mujahideen-e Khalq.
"Unified Iraqi Coalition" tries to present a bill to the parliament in order to end the presence of this terrorist group in Iraq," the statement adds.
"Members of this coalition have also discussed the issue of the participation of some political figures in MKO's meetings, which contradicts Iraqi laws and constitution."
In MKO's annual meeting on Saturday, held in the group's Camp Ashraf in the city of Khalis (in Diyala province), Saleh Mutlaq, Head of the Sunni "National Dialogue Front", was introduced as the honorary head of the MKO's annual meeting.
Mutlaq's party has 11 seats in Parliament.
The presence of this anti-Iran figure in MKO's meeting, which was held by the assistance of US forces and commanders as well as some political figures and tribal leaders, was widely condemned inside Iraq.
The statement of "Unified Iraqi Coalition" also says that according to Iraqi constitution, government doesn't allow terrorist groups in Iraq be supported for actions against neighboring countries.
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