According to Article 234 of the internal system of the Iranian Parliament, the members of Parliament approved by a majority of 221 votes (in agreement), compared to 6 dissenting votes, and 7 deputies who abstained from voting, a decision stating that the Iranian government rejected the parliamentary decision, and brought it to the judiciary for urgent follow-up, as it is in If the judiciary considers that the government has not implemented the law, the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, and the government will be subject to fines and prison terms, in accordance with the parliament law.
For his part, the head of the National Security Committee in Parliament, Mojtaba Dhul-Nur, warned that “the agreement between the government and the International Atomic Energy Agency should be torn apart, otherwise we will bring Rouhani to trial,” noting that “the United States and European countries have sent their servant, Rafael Grossi,” Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, to Tehran, to obtain concessions from us. “
He added, “MPs sign a decision to bring President Rouhani and everyone who has circumvented the parliament law to court for trial.”
The discussion here revolves around the recent agreement between Rafael Grossi, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, who recently arrived in Tehran, and the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization, which provides for the continuation of cooperation between the two sides, including on the work of international inspectors.
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