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Time is running out for her and French officials will possibly not extend her time in that country. But remnants of Rajavi hope that with deterioration of relations between Iran and France, Rajavi would be allowed to stay.
When analyzing the reasons for MKO's hurry regarding Iran's nuclear issue- and demanding it to be referred to the UN Security Council- we pointed to two facts: 1. That the MKO feels insecure in Iraq, with the prospect of the establishment of legitimate government and also being on the list of terrorist organization in Europe. The leaders of the group can see the collapse of the organization and therefore they think that crisis in relations of Europe and US with Iran will provide better situation for their survival. 2. More importantly, the process of defection in the MKO is weakening the organization from inside and Rajavi's gang has decided to stop at any cost. One of the ways for preventing the members from defection is to deceive them (by saying that the group would be delisted if the case of Iran's nuclear programs is referred to the UN Security Council). However, the most important issue that has worried the MKO, and they hope Iran recent affairs can deteriorate its ties with France, is that Maryam Rajavi's refugee status ends this year. Time is running out for her and French officials will possibly not extend her time in that country. But remnants of Rajavi hope that with deterioration of relations between Iran and France, Rajavi would be allowed to stay. Maryam Rajavi is hopeful about recent events but regarding the measures taken by French officials against her and MKO, it is not likely to submit to this illegal issue.

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