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He pointed to the establishment of a commission in the Iraqi government, tasked with investigating the case of MKO, and said: "regarding the reports of this commission and given their treacherous history against Iraqis and the fact that they war part of Saddam's brutal system, Iraqi government is determined to expel them."
"MKO should be expelled from Iraq as soon as possible," said the Secretary General of Habilian Association in a meeting with Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister. Seyed Javad Hasheminejad, representing the families of 16000 victims of terror operations, presented a report on the situation of the families. He appreciated Iraqi government's focus on the issue and provided the Iraqi delegation with a report on the activities of Habilian and its goals. In the meeting, Iraqi deputy prime minister addressed the families whose loved one had been assassinated by MKO and said: "The case is underway." Barham Saleh expressed sympathy with the families of martyrs and explained the measures taken by Iraqi government for expelling the group and determining its legal status. He said that the MKO was the enemy of both Iran and Iraq, adding: "Iraqi government and people understand the hostile stances of this group and believe that their presence in Iraq is in contradiction with Iraqi interests." He pointed to the establishment of a commission in the Iraqi government, tasked with investigating the case of MKO, and said: "regarding the reports of this commission and given their treacherous history against Iraqis and the fact that they war part of Saddam's brutal system, Iraqi government is determined to expel them." Addressing the families of martyrs, Saleh added: "Iraqi people, particularly Iraqi Kurds, have suffered from the MKO and therefore they ask for its expulsion."

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