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They promised their forces that, with political pressures and support from the US, "Al-Iraqia" list would be winner and therefore the constitution would changes and the MKO could stay in Iraq and survive…But the big failure of the puppets showed the reality to the detainees of Camp Ashraf: there's nothing they can do to restore the pre-war situation for Mojahedin
Eventually, Iraq's Elections Commission confirmed yesterday the accuracy of elections and its results in Iraq. This announcement by the commission is based on the comments of tens of Iraqi observers and also the reports of UN and foreign inspectors; it also relies on the realities of Iraqi society. Even before the elections, from the political scene of Iraq and according to ethnic, political and religious divisions, the results could be predicted. Meanwhile, anarchical groups particularly the notorious terrorist group of Mojahedin-e Khalq turned back to realities and tried to deny it, because they knew that they should accept a big failure; they prepared the situation for their future chantage. But, what are the political messages of this prestigious election for the MKO? As it was predicted for MKO's approaches after the fall of Saddam, when the governing council decided to expel them from Iraq, they decided to make ties with remnants of Saddam and some tribes that supported dictatorship in order to restore the advantages they used to have when Saddam was in power. Along with this, to avoid expulsion, they claimed that Iraqi people want them to stay in Iraq and they collected the signatures of tribal people and forged them to announce a high number; then, in a sarcastic act, they claimed to have the support of two million and eight hundred of Iraqis! Therefore, in a simple calculation, it should be said that MKO's tricks to fix its presence in Iraq by relying on forged signatures is a failed move and that their deception work no more. On the other hand, Iraq elections had new outcomes and realities from Iraqi society for the occupiers which lead them toward giving the full control of Iraq to Iraqis themselves. There's no need to mention that what would happen to remnants of Mojahedin in Iraq if the protection umbrella of occupiers is lifted! However, the major effect of Iraq elections and the victory of Saddam opponents would be on low-morale forces in Camp Ashraf. Before the elections, MKO warned about previous mistake of pro-Saddam forces (who had boycotted the elections) and hoped that their turnout this time would help this bankrupt group. They promised their forces that, with political pressures and support from the US, "Al-Iraqia" list would be winner and therefore the constitution would changes and the MKO could stay in Iraq and survive… But the big failure of the puppets showed the reality to the detainees of Camp Ashraf: there's nothing they can do to restore the pre-war situation for Mojahedin. As the remnants of Rajavi had earlier predicted, staying in Iraq for more than a year would burn them historically and this is the first time after 20 years that their predictions come true; the signs of their historical disappearance are coming up. However, following this failure and since the Camp officials have been ordered to prevent all members from leaving Ashraf, there's now chaos in the camp and the situation is at the threshold of an explosion. The forces are raising questions about the wrong policies of the officials and criticize them openly. MKO's stupid propaganda system has also been ordered to broadcast long hours of programs on fraud in elections to force the low-morale members of Ashraf to accept the deceptions of Rajavi's band!

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