"Choice for Scotland”
Iraq: Call for early elections after the formation of a new government of technocrats
The European Iraqi Freedom Association (EIFA) supports the formation of a technocratic government in Iraq and stresses the following two points for the establishment of peace, democracy and prosperity in this country:
Humanitarian catastrophe in Fallujah
Call for urgent action to end callous food and medicine blockade of Fallujah
CALL ON PRINCE CHARLES TO RE-THINK PLANS FOR A VISIT TO IRAN
Press reports that Prince Charles is considering a visit to Iran this autumn, marking the first official royal visit to that country in more than 40 years, are raising deep concerns. Speaking in Scotland, Struan Stevenson a veteran British Conservative politician and former Member of the European Parliament said that if the press reports were true he hoped that the Prince could still be persuaded to change his plans.
EIFA CONDEMNS QASEM SOLEIMANI’S INTERFERENCE IN IRAQ
The visit by General Qasem Soleimani, commander of the criminal Qods Force of Iran to Baghdad, is one of his first trips after being seriously wounded in Syria last November. His aim is to prevent the crumbling of the Shiite militias and to reinforce their control.
Albania deserves credit for its contribution to human rights
The republic of Albania deserves international credit and support both for its reforms in recent years and its defense of human rights. The latter has been demonstrated in particular by Albania’s offers of refuge to members of Iran’s main opposition group, who are facing an imminent massacre in Iraq at the behest of the ruling Iranian theocracy.
ASSASSINATION OF UN REPRESENTATIVE IN DIYALA, IRAQ
Militias must be dissolved and listed as terrorists
On Tuesday, February 16, the UN Assistant Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) announced that the death of its representative in Diyala Province, Amer al-Kaissy, had been confirmed. He was abducted by the militias in April 2015.
Iraq: West Must Learn the Bitter Lessons of Ramadi in Mosul
Call to disband paramilitary and popular mobilization forces, as barriers to reforms, national reconciliation in Iraq, and victory over DAESH
WEST SHOULD DEMAND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN EXCHANGE FOR AID TO IRAQ