On Sunday, Ashraf News obtained a document issued by the MEK in Albania, ending the service of one of its members and cutting off financial support, under the pretext of not being in line with it in its positions towards the Iranian regime.
The document is signed by the so-called Hassan Nayeb Agha, representative of Ashraf 3 residents in Albania, and issued on December 2, 2020, it affirms that “Reza Maji, a prisoner of war (Iraqi-Iranian) joined the Liberation Army of the PMOI. He was transferred to Albania in 2016, and in 2017 he announced his dissent from the PMOI.
The document added, “During the past three years, Reza Maji obtained 913 thousand leik (the national currency of Albania) from the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran,” the amount is approximately 9 thousand US dollars.
According to the document, the termination of Reza Magi’s service and the cutoff of his financial aid came due to what it calls “refusal of taking a public stand with the inhuman enemy and the Iranian regime’s intelligence ministry, which contradicts his written obligations.”
According to this document, “As of this date (on December 2), any communication and financial assistance by the PMOI with Reza Maji will be cut off completely due to his suspicious situation.”
A representative of the residents of Camp Ashraf 3 in Albania and a member of the MEK Hassan Nayeb Agha sent a copy of this decision to the MEK’s legal advisor, the MEK representative, as well as the representative of this organization in the National Council of Resistance of Iran led by Maryam Rajavi.
The MEK leadership faces a problem in controlling its members who are in Ashraf 3 camp, which is located in the city of Manza near the Albanian capital Tirana, according to reports and information obtained by Ashraf News in recent months.