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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Al-Sharif Ali Bin-al-Husayn, leader of the Iraqi Constitutional Monarchy Movement, has said that his movement's electoral list includes prominent figures in the Iraqi society and civil society organizations. He also said that "Iraq is currently in need of a neutral government and a non-politicized National Assembly that works for Iraq." He called for speeding up the election process and said: "the more the elections are delayed the worse it is for the security situation". The following is the text of an interview with Al-Sharif Ali Bin-al-Husayn by Mu'idd Fayyad in Baghdad; date not given; published by London-based newspaper Al-Sharq al-Awsat web site on 26 December
The Constitutional Monarchy Movement led by Al-Sharif Ali Bin-al-Husayn which calls for the return of monarchy in Iraq faces two tasks in the elections, which will be held at the end of next month. They are convincing the Iraqi people of the possibility of the return of monarchy, and obtaining the largest number of seats in the National Assembly, which will be charged with drafting the country's permanent constitution.
This movement, which started in London in the early nineties, is known, and saw are its patron and members [as published], of working away from the clamour of political slogans. It stayed away from the …