Speaker Ali Larijani says that the Irish authorities are keen to see the successful conclusion of the nuclear negotiations between Iran and P5+1.
The National Security and Foreign Policy chief of Parliament censured the international community’s silence toward the deadly Saudi airstrikes against Yemen.
A final deal can be reached if the P5+1 adopts a rational approach, abstains from making excessive demands, and avoids new issues during the talks on drafting the final text of an agreement, Larijani said.
The Supreme Leader stressed that his views regarding the nuclear issue are the same as the ones asserted before.
The Iranian foreign minister makes a convincing case in parliament for nuclear talks and the questions surrounding them. Speaker Larijani praises the explanations as sufficient.
Some MPs have withdrawn their signatures from the bill citing the deceitful tactics of its sponsors.
The speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly has warned fellow MPs against getting carried away by a politically charged atmosphere over the nuclear issue.
The bill which would require a halt to nuclear talks unless the US stops its threatening rhetoric against the Islamic Republic will be rejected by the Custodians Council, Davatgari predicted.
An Iranian daily has taken a look at the 2016 parliamentary vote, saying the former IRIB boss is likely to stand for parliament and even vie for the top MP’s chair.
MPs issue a statement that calls on Iranian negotiators to make sure the red lines of the establishment are not crossed in any final deal.