{mosimage}Iranian-backed moves to expel the PMOI, its main democratic opposition, from Iraq are condemned by the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom.

{mosimage}PRESS RELEASE - At a press conference in Parliament on Wednesday 7 February, an all-party group of MPs and Peers, including former Ministers, will announce their unprecedented legal challenge to the proscription of Iran’s main opposition, the People’s Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI).

{mosimage}PRESS RELEASE -  "It is shameful that the British government has persuaded the EU to defy a ruling of the European Court on the status of Iran's resistance group."

A British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom sponsored statement signed by 405 Parliamentarians from both houses (279 MPs and 126 Peers) and all three main parties in Britain said that the time for democratic change in Iran has arrived and called on the government to remove the terror label against the PMOI, which is the most important impediment to realising this change. The following is the full text of the statement: