The exiles’ local leader, Abbas Davari, called the camp “dilapidated” and complained that Iraq has delayed the MeK from moving generators to Liberty from Ashraf and has stymied construction of a water-treatment system.
Gorges Bakoos, who is overseeing the issue for the government, said officials are trying to resolve both problems.
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