LONDON, August 18 (IranMania) – Iran will be very helpful if Iraq seriously deal with the terrorist Mojaheddin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), Prosecutor General Qorbanali Dorri-Najafabadi said, MNA reported.
In an interview with the Mehr News Agency on Tuesday the chief prosecutor of the Supreme Iraqi Criminal Tribunal (ISCT), Jaafar al-Mousavi, said there is evidence to suggest that the MKO had a hand in murdering Iraqi citizens.
Al-Mousavi stated that an arrest warrant has been issued against 150 MKO members including ringleaders Maryam Rajavi and Mas?oud Rajavi.
The decision made by the Supreme Iraqi Criminal Tribunal to fight the MKO and the terrorists is very important in establishing peace and security in the country, Dorri-Najafabadi told reporters on the sidelines of the 18th seasonal conference of Iran?s House of Parties.
The crimes committed by the MKO can never be forgiven, the legal official added.
?We are prepared to offer any kind of assistance to the ISCT to confront the MKO group and to establish a peaceful Iraq,? he noted.
Criterion for examining qualification of candidates
In his speech at the conference, Dorri-Najafabadi said that the criterion for approving the qualification of candidates for the 2008 parliamentary elections would be their present status.
A jurist member of the Guardian Council, Ayatollah Abbas Kaabi, told the MNA on Tuesday that candidates who were previously disqualified are still disqualified for the 2008 parliamentary elections. ?The reasons and documents which disqualified candidates in the last election are still in force and the principle stands on the disqualification of these persons.?
The Guardian Council could have made some mistakes in examining the qualifications of certain individuals, thus anyone who becomes a candidate in any election his eligibility should be studied according to his present situation, the prosecutor general stated.
He also stressed that a standard should be formulated for the elections law which has undergone more changes than any other law.
IranMania, August 21, 2007