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Saturday, February 18, 2012

UNHCR Shambles for Camp Ashraf

Doors of Camp Liberty should be open to lawyers and journalists and
they should be able to meet and talk to residents .


Friday, 17 February 2012 14:17

NCRI - Whoever has certified the humanitarian standards and human
rights and international standards for protection of refugees, in
particular freedom of movement in a "voluntary relocation," should
appear before the reporters and residents and answer to them.

Upon the request of Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the
National Council of Resistance of Iran, for transitional period of
transferring power to Iranian people, 400 members of the People's
Mojahedin Organization of Iran at Camp Ashraf are going to Camp
Liberty this afternoon.

Contrary to propaganda and hollow statements, the minimum guarantees
have not been provided and nobody has certified the humanitarian and
human rights standards in this camp. In decitful statements for
propaganda purposes it is attempted that technical infrastructure such
as the number of water faucets (with no running water) that a shelter
technican has reported be depicted as meeting humanitarian standards.

The UNHCR has reiterated the need for freedom of movement of the
residents and their rights to enjoy minimum guarantees for safety and
welfare as asylum-seekers and "people of concern".

Inviting journalists should not be solely for political and propaganda
purposes and without access to the residents and not being able to
meeting them and talking to them as it has been in the past.

Whoever has certified the humanitarian standards and human rights and
international standards for protection of refugees, in particular
freedom of movement in a "voluntary relocation," should appear before
the reporters and residents and answer to them.

Without freedom of movement, free access to medical services, ability
to meet lawyers and without the Iraqi armed forces leaving the Camp
Liberty, it will be nothing but a prison under the name of "Liberty."

National Council of Resistance of Iran
February 17, 2012

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