The wait for the announcement of a nuclear deal between Iran and P5+1 and the comments of the judiciary spokesman about a number of corruption and security cases dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday.
Ettela’at: The world is anxiously waiting for the grand deal.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that he and his team would strive for as long as it takes [to clinch a deal].
Abrar: In Turkey, the split between President Erdogan and his predecessor Abdullah Gul has bubbled up.
Abrar: [Veteran actor] Rasool Najafian has called on authorities to give leeway to artists on social networking platforms.
Afarinesh: “Three people have been arrested in connection with the sale of the old airport on the Persian Gulf island of Qeshm,” said the judiciary spokesman.
Afarinesh: Water is being shipped to as many as 7 million villagers on board tankers.
Aftab-e Yazd: A modern-day Amir Kabir
The daily has likened Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to Amir Kabir, the chief minister of Naser al-Din Shah and one of the most prominent reformist modernizers of the country in the 1800s.
The daily has also hailed today as a historic Tuesday and published the viewpoints of cultural, political, and social figures about a post-sanctions Iran.
Arman-e Emrooz: A nuclear present is on its way
A memento of interaction and wisdom in the hands of Foreign Minister Zarif
Neither extension, nor a halt; only a deal
Arman-e Emrooz: Former Police Chief Brigadier General Ahmadi Moghaddam has said that he will appear before court as a witness.
It came after a court hearing the case of Ruholamini [who was killed in Kahrizak following the 2009 presidential elections] summoned the former police commander.
Arman-e Emrooz: “A nuclear deal will toll the political death knell for hardliners,” said Sadegh Zibakalam, a political analyst.
Asrar: “The individuals MPs proposed to take over as Fars provincial governor lacked the necessary credentials,” said the interior minister.
He also said his ministry has ordered the provincial governorates and law enforcement to set the stage for public participation in nuclear festivities.
Etemad: After the deal, the ban on sales of aircraft to Iran will be lifted and Iran can export rugs and foodstuff to the United States.
Hambastegi: “Some are closing their eyes [to realities] and blurting out anything that comes out of their mouths,” said chairman of the Expediency Council Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.
Iran: One final step in a 12-year dispute
The press and diplomats are eagerly waiting for news of a nuclear deal between Iran and P5+1.
Jomhouri Islami: “Interaction with parliament does not mean that MPs can impose their will when it comes to naming a new governor,” said the interior minister.
Kayhan: “The US has to pay $50 billion in compensation to Iranians,” said the judiciary spokesman.
Qods: Five seditionists [a reference to those who incited riots following the 2009 presidential elections] have been sentenced to jail terms, said the judiciary spokesman.
Roozan: “Saeed Jalili was at the center of the split between Ahmadinejad and [his foreign minister] Mottaki,” said Abdolreza Davari, a close associate of the former president.
Shahrvand: Nuclear talks have given the stock market a shot in the arm.