Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee asks government to expedite the expulsion of Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult) – blames UN for the delay
Iraq’s parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee asked the government to expedite the expulsion of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran and to finally close the file on them, and indicated that the United Nations has been responsible for the delay until now.
Committee member Imad Yohana said, “The decision to deport the MEK from Iraq should also be examined by the government and parliament, because in the situation that they are deported without a place to go, this will affect the international reputation of Iraq.”
He explained that “the existence of the organization on Iraqi soil until now is the United Nations’ fault; because they cannot find alternative solutions to house them in other places as they have promised.”
The government evacuated Camp Ashraf in Diyala province in the summer of 2013 and has transferred more than 3,000 troops to Camp Liberty in the west of Baghdad.
The government took the decision to finally terminate the existence of this organization on Iraqi territory in the past year as it is a terrorist organization.
Iraqi Media Network , Translated by Iran Interlink