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Adnan Al-Dulaimi stressed the support of Accord Front for Mr. Mashhadani and rejected the propaganda of Rajavi's gang that were aimed at boosting the morale of desperate forces of the group.
Following the strong comments of Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani, the head of Iraqi parliament, on the illegal presence of terrorist MKO in Iraq, in order to boost the morale of its members, the MKO propaganda system tried to link debates on Mr. Mashhadani's removal from office to his comments on the MKO; in this regard, they reflected false quotes from the members of Iraq's Accord Front, including Mr. Adnan Al-Dulaimi. However, Mr. Dulaimi stressed the support of Accord Front for Mr. Mashhadani and denounced fake claims of the gang of Rajavi: "Iraqi Accord Front announced the end of political crisis on the removal of Mr. Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani from leadership of Parliament, after he signed cooperation pact with Syrian parliament without consulting Iraqi parliament in his recent visit to Damascus. Adnan Al-Dulaimi, the head of Iraqi Accord Front, said in a press conference that they had made contact with other political and parliamentarian fractions to end the crisis. Al-Dualimi added that after rejecting the proposal of the President and the Prime Minister to remove Mashhadani from office, Iraqi Accord Front announces that Mahmoud Al-Mashhadani will remain in his position as the head of the parliament."* ---------------------------------------------- * Alzoura' TV, August 22

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