IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday and picked headlines from 14 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
A top story today was the remarks made by Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani in support of the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.
Moderate and reformist papers also referred to Rouhani’s campaign documentary aired on Saturday, criticizing the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) for censoring parts of the video.
Several Iranian newspapers also covered the continued reactions to the second live presidential debate held on Friday.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Moderate Conservative Cleric: As National, Religious Duty, I’ll Support Rouhani
1- Iran’s Missile Power Has Nothing to Do with Nuclear Deal: Armed Forces
2- Iran Has Mideast’s Biggest, Most Diverse Missile Arsenal: US Institute
1- Mirsalim: Rouhani’s Gov’t Failed to Fight Corruption as His Own Team Was Corrupt
2- Great Catastrophe for Billionaires! Will Rouhani Declare His Assets?
1- Astronomical Censorship! Rouhani’s Campaign Documentary Heavily Censored by IRIB
- Rouhani Showed in His Documentary He’s Tolerant towards Critics
2- Reformist Figure: Rouhani’s Rivals Say Zarif Should Be Prosecuted
1- Larijani: Manipulation of Nuclear Deal Can Create New Problems
2- Interior Minister: Website Launched by Qalibaf May Be Buying Votes
3- Iran’s Record-Breaking Oil Sale: 3.47 Million Barrels
1- JCPOA Can’t Be Given to Its Opponents: Rouhani Campaign Spokesman
2- Jahangiri: Be Patient, We Have Enough Time until Election
1- Larijani: Int’l Community Has Accepted Iran’s Policies
2- Mogherini: US Leadership in World Declining
1- Parliament Speaker: We Won’t Change JCPOA, We’re Committed to It
2- Mogherini: US Can’t Abandon Nuclear Deal with Iran
1- Haniya to Replace Meshaal as Hamas Chief
2- Those Involved in 2009 Sedition Will Definitely Be Disqualified: Official
1- Larijani Defends Nuclear Deal, Oil Ministry’s Performance
2- Health Minister: Despite All Efforts by Gov’t in Different Fields, They Still Call us Aristocrat
1- Government Had Nothing to Say in Second Debate
2- French Firm Cancels Deal to Develop Imam Khomeini Airport
- Despite Government’s Claims about Banking Sanctions
1- Number of Marriages in Iran Increases by 10,000 Each Month
1- Raisi: Iran’s Security Indebted to Sunni, Shiite Clerics’ Vigilance
2- Mirsalim: We Need Revolutionary Management to Govern Iran
3- Qalibaf: We’ll Provide Special Services for Retired People
1- Result of Populism: Venezuelans Bring Down Chavez Statue