Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, a.k.a. MEK) has proposed the UN an offer of $100m if the UN permits sale of Camp Liberty.
Mehr News quoted a statement by Brussels-based International Fact-Finding Committee, who acts as a pro-MEK association in Europe. “The MEK (Mujahedin-e-Khalq) has committed itself to allocate $ 100m to the UN Development Program if the UN permits the organization to sell Camp Liberty property and assets,” reads the statement.
The news website Al-Iraq al-Jamii (United Iraq) reported that the Committee chairman Alejo Cuadras said that MEK would sign an agreement to sell the Camp Liberty with a British company, and if the Iraqi government agreed, it would allocate $ 100m to UN Development Program, with the pretext that the MEK had rebuilt the camp investing $ 20m of its own assets.
Camp Ashraf and property and assets are part of Iraqi pubic resources, which were granted to MEK by Saddam Hussein when they entered Iraq.