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For instance, they try to infiltrate elections’ executive groups, bribe supervisors, spread terrorist threats to intimidate the Shiites and prevent them from taking part in the elections and try to make division among Kurds and other anti-Baath groups. Generally, they want to form a coup against Iraq’s current political groups and officials.
As the MKO-Baathists believe that taking part in the Iraqi elections in large scale is the only way for their survival, internal differences on entering the parliament among them are emerging and it’s becoming more evident that they’ll suffer heavy failure. The trial of Saddam Hussein and the agreement of political parties with the resumption of this trial, no apparent interference by occupiers, and the formation of large popular anti-Baath groups are of the main factors behind the withdrawal of groups supporting Baathist-MKO. * The arrangement of political groups and popular support for Iraqi Coalition List have forced this ugly gang to take advantage of the situation in Iraq, conduct sabotage operations and do what they can to disrupt the process of healthy elections. For instance, they try to infiltrate elections’ executive groups, bribe supervisors, spread terrorist threats to intimidate the Shiites and prevent them from taking part in the elections and try to make division among Kurds and other anti-Baath groups. Generally, they want to form a coup against Iraq’s current political groups and officials. Yet, none of these methods has been fruitful and these groups are desperately following their propagandistic ways. Terrorist MKO’s specific mission in this regard is to initiate a large scale psychological warfare against Shiites, to bribe the local residents and to guide Baathist remnants in different parts of Iraq. ------------------------------------- * According to AFP, Sheikh Abdulsalam Al-Kabisi, the head of Public Relations of Iraqi Muslim Elites Delegation, said in a press conference that he wouldn’t take part in Iraq’s parliamentary elections and that under occupation, he wouldn’t join any political program. “However, we respect the decision of Iraqi people for voting or not in the elections,” this delegation said.

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