Iraqis rally say that al-Maliki asked, “Iranian support” to stay in power

Iraqis rally say that al-Maliki asked, “Iranian support” to stay in power

11/05/2012 14:59

Erbil, May 11 / May (Rn) – An entity calling itself the gathering of Iraq on Friday that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki asked, “Iranian support” to stay in office and criticized at the same time of the transfer of Iranian dissidents from Camp Ashraf to last near Baghdad. and Iraq has begun the first steps to deport people MEK was transferred a number of them from Camp Ashraf in Diyala to the camp was occupied by the Americans near Baghdad in preparation for deportation to other countries.said assembly in a statement that the Iraqi government is not bound by international agreements after it transported more than two thousand members of the Mujahedeen-e Khalq opposition to Camp Liberty near Baghdad. He added that the Iraqi government “interest in the most important is to implement the wishes of the Iranian private and that Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki called on Iranian support to stay in power.” and rejects many of the Sunni leaders in Iraq, led by Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlaq, the decision to expel the Iranian opposition. called external Iraq last Sunday of European countries and North America to give opposition members Iranian asylum before being deported from the territory of Iraq. , says Iraqi leaders that the MEK has helped the former regime in suppressing the uprising against him in the nineties of the last century. And took refuge in Iraq to Iranian dissidents in the Eighties of the last century after their disagreement with the leaders of the Islamic Revolution in Iran. Murtaza Yousuf

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