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On Saturday, the rights movement described the Jordanian authorities as allowing the Baath Party to return to political work as "a hostile and provocative act against the Iraqi people."
A member of the movement, Hussein Ali Al-Karawi, said in an interview with Al-Maalouma Agency, that "the Baath Party, with its bloody past, serves the interests of Jordanians," noting that "the Baath Party is banned in Iraq , and the Baathists will not return again."
He added, "Jordan remains one of the sponsors and financiers of the Baath Party as a source of Jordanian political loyalty," noting that "the Baath Party is one of the politically and intellectually banned parties."
The decision to grant the dissolved Baath Party a license to engage in politics angered the Iraqis of all segments, while some considered it a political movement aimed at provocation and bargaining.
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