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|موضوع: Jun. 23, 2015 Iran parliament chants 'death to America' while voting on bill to kill nuclear talks Irania الخميس 25 يونيو 2015, 19:40|| |
Jun. 23, 2015
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Iran parliament chants 'death to America' while voting on bill to kill nuclear talks
Iranian legislatures have signed a bill that may force the nuclear talks between Iran and six other nations to be given up.
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LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online): This major roadblock comes from Iran's parliament, which overwhelmingly voted to ban any and all nuclear inspections that would be implemented in any nuclear deal the country made with other world powers.
Already this bill has complicated talks between Iran and the U.S., Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany, and may ensure that no deal can be hashed out before June 30. This will also ensure that those economic sanctions will not be lifted from Iran and the Islamic Republic will not give up its nuclear programs.
In the Iranian parliament, 199 of 213 MPs voted for the bill, which also entails the complete lifting of all economic sanctions against Iran if a nuclear deal is to be reached. Now the bill only needs the ratification of the Guardian Council to become a law, and it is likely the morality group will do so.
More alarmingly, during the voting, members of the parliament began shouting "death to America."
In a video of the event, the Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani read the bill which states that "The International Atomic Energy Agency, within the framework of the safeguard agreement, is allowed to carry out conventional inspections of nuclear sites," but "access to military, security and sensitive non-nuclear sites, as well as documents and scientists, is forbidden."
Currently Iranian negotiators say that they are willing to agree to granting United Nations inspectors limited access to military sites under specific circumstances and while being guided, but senior officials, including the country's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khameni have called for the rejection of interviews of Iranian scientists, potentially fearing information over the country's nuclear ambitions could be leaked.