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A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Sunday and picked headlines from 13 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Comments of President Rouhani in defense of his top nuclear negotiator dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday. Also in the news were continued nuclear talks between Iran and P5+1 and the record-breaking sale of a famous painting by Sohrab Sepehri at an auction in Tehran.

 

Afkar: Japanese imports of Iranian oil were up 20 percent in April 2015.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Aftab-e Yazd: “Unfortunately some officials conceal their political leanings,” said Secretary of the Guardian Council Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Amin: President Rouhani has urged IRGC, the Army, offices of Friday prayer leaders and IRIB (the national broadcaster) not to wield influence in elections.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Arman-e Emrooz: “Some are scrambling to replace me,” said Intelligence Minister Seyyed Mahmoud Alavi.

Arman-e Emrooz: Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has been called in to help speed up legal proceedings against Saeed Mortazavi [a former director of the Social Welfare Organization who is on trial for fraud and corruption].

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Asrar: “The report the IAEA has released is flawed and repetitive,” said Behrouz Kamalvandi, the spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Ebtekar: “No one has the right to insult the country’s diplomacy commander,” said President Rouhani as he took a swipe at opponents of nuclear talks.

“Everyone has turned into a nuclear expert! Why is it that they are afraid of the smile on the faces of the people? Don’t lie to the public; the truth will out,” the president said.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Etemad: In a meeting in Geneva, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry have tried to push forward nuclear talks.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Ettela’at: The Lebanese nomads have pledged allegiance to Hezbollah Leader Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah in the fight against terrorists.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Hemayat: “Likely electoral irregularities will be placed on judicial fast-track,” said the attorney general.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Kaenat: “Iranian companies will complete the highway that links the capital to the north,” said the minister of roads.

Kaenat: A committee has been set up at the Intelligence Ministry to screen potential electoral candidates.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Kayhan: “Seditionists [a reference to those who supported the two 2009 presidential candidates who disputed the results of the vote and caused widespread unrest] won’t be allowed to throw their hat in the ring,” said Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati at a gathering of governors-general.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 


 

Resalat: “The success of the nuclear negotiating team hinges on its commitment to respect for the red lines,” said Ayatollah Hashemi Shahroodi, a former judiciary chief.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31


 

Shahrvand: Sohrab Sepehri has become the most expensive painter in Iranian history.

It came after a painting of the well-known poet fetched more than $800,000 in a Tehran auction.

 

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on May 31

 

 

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