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The fact is that due to its long enmity with Iraqis, the MKO fears that the people of Iraq may take the control of the government. Since the fall of Saddam Hussein, the MKO tried to justify the occupation. Along with remnants of Baath party and former Estekhbarat and also planning terrorist operations, they interfered in the internal affairs of Iraq to prevent the formation of an independent popular Iraqi government.
Reuters reported: Foreign election monitors said on Friday that Iraq's elections met international standards despite some irregularities. "I think by and large we have come to the conclusion that basically the election and the process in place conforms to international standards," Paul Dacey, Vice Chair of the International Mission for Iraqi Election's (IMIE) steering committee, told Reuters in Amman. The Canada-based multinational group of experts was based in Jordan but supervised hundreds of foreign observers and domestic monitors in Iraq. "We have had reports of technical glitches. Any election has those but there are no gross violations we were aware of... things might come out in the next few days and we will be monitoring that," Dacey said. The UN backed Independent Electoral Commission of Iraq (IECI) had performed well, he said, before and after the relatively peaceful poll that was in sharp contrast to January's elections, when 40 people died. Meanwhile, IECI (Independent Electoral Commission in Iraq) spokesperson Farid Ayar, said in an interview with Radio Iraq: “Election violations are small, however all complaints will be pursued. This year, we had small number of violations in elections. No election in the world is wholly free from violations, even those held by the UN. It’s the right of Iraqis to complain about the violations but they should know that there’s no “ideal” election.” At the same time, some failed terrorist groups in Iraq, including the notorious MKO, which naturally should not interfere in Iraq’s affairs, accuse the government and the IECI of fraud and violations in the elections. Rajavi’s stupid propaganda system, that has used to seeing the power and infiltration of Iran in all over the world, is trying to relate the failure of Baathists and puppets to fraud and violations! The fact is that due to its long enmity with Iraqis, the MKO fears that the people of Iraq may take the control of the government. Since the fall of Saddam Hussein, the MKO tried to justify the occupation. Along with remnants of Baath party and former Estekhbarat and also planning terrorist operations, they interfered in the internal affairs of Iraq to prevent the formation of an independent popular Iraqi government. MKO’s efforts have been focused on justifying the occupation and the policies of Zionists. They want to divert the popular hatred from real occupiers towards Shiites. But Iraqi people’s turnout during the elections (from all groups, parties, minorities and …) proved to all Saddam Hussein remnants that Iraqi people wanted to put an end to the occupation and that they were seeking a popular government. They gave a “nay” to all puppets and aliens, determining their glorious history. In this history, there’s no place for criminals like Saddam Hussein, who used the Iraqis’ money and budget to support criminal terrorists like Rajavi. The message of this turnout for remnants of Rajavi in Iraq was too clear for them to be able to ignore it. Therefore, this terrorist group is expected to intensify its terrorist operations against Iraqi people. They want to disrupt Iraqi order and create tension.

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