Jafar al-Mousavi, the head of Iraq's high criminal court, stressed that the Iranian opposition group Mojahedin-e khalq would be informed of its charges for its involvement in suppression of Sha'banieh uprising during 1991 in Iraq's Southern and Northern provinces.
In a press conference, he said: "One of the charges is plundering the properties of Iraqi people. The high criminal court of Iraqi is to start discussing the case of uprising of 1991 in Basra and Meysan provinces next week. Fifteen defendants, including Mohammed Aribi al-Khalifah, would stand before the court. On the other hand, the council of Meysan province has established a committee to receive people's complaints about the uprising.