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In an international conference held in Paris on Friday, January 6, 2012 at the invitation of the French Committee for Democracy and Human Rights in Iran, dozens of distinguished American and European personalities and former senior officials of the past two administrations in the United State took part.
The participants warned about obstructions by the Iranian regime and non-cooperation by the Government of Iraq to prevent a peaceful solution to materialize for Camp Ashraf crisis.
The participants also stressed on the fact that the government of Iraq is relying on FTO listing of MEK to legitimize its oppressive measures against the residents of Camp Ashraf.
At the end the participants called for an international conference to be held in Europe with representative of residents, UN Secretary General Envoy, Martin Kobler and a representative from Iraqi government to discuss a solution.
Following is a partial list of speakers. You can go here for complete text of speeches. (Click here)
- Alain Vivian
- Ambassador Mitchell Reiss
- Governor Tom Ridge
- Governor Howard Dean
- Judge Michael Mukasey
- Governor Ed Rendell
- Ambassador Dell Dailey
- Ambassador John Bolton
- Philippe Douste-Blazy
- Dr. Rita Süssmuth
- Profesor Ruth Wedgwood
- Professor Alan Dershowitz
- Director Louis Freeh
- Dr. Gunter Verheugen
- Patrick Kennedy
- General Conway
- General David Phillips
- General Chuck Wald
- Colonel Wesley Martin
- Senator Lucio Malan
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