Iran’s president furious at critics over nuclear program

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said that his critics have forgotten everything in the love of power.  (file photo)

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said that his critics have forgotten everything in the love of power. (file photo)

During the presidential election debate, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that his critics have forgotten everything in the love of power. Rouhani targeted hardliners during a digital cabinet meeting on Wednesday. During this he looked quite angry. Under Rouhani’s leadership, Iran signed a nuclear deal with the world’s powerful countries in 2015.

Tehran. Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani defended himself on Wednesday after being targeted during last night’s presidential election debate, saying his critics have forgotten everything in the love of power.

During Tuesday’s second presidential election campaign, hardline candidates mocked Rouhani’s “hope” for the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. Rouhani targeted hardliners during a digital cabinet meeting on Wednesday. During this he looked quite angry.

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Under Rouhani’s leadership, Iran signed a nuclear deal with the world’s powerful countries in 2015. Under this, Iran was to limit its nuclear program in exchange for the relaxation of its sanctions, but in 2018, then US President Donald Trump pulled his country out of this agreement, after which the deal fell into disrepair. At the same time, Iran’s already deteriorating economy worsened due to the closure of international oil sales, rising inflation and weakening of the currency. China’s trickery continues, soldiers equipped with state-of-the-art weapons on LAC

Rouhani said hardliners criticizing the nuclear deal should be told whether they would support scrapping the deal in exchange for a relaxation of sanctions. The President said, “Suppose if such an offer was made before you, would you have accepted it?”

Earlier, presidential candidate Ibrahim Riasi said on Tuesday that these repressive restrictions should be abolished. Reasi said he supported the withdrawal of the nuclear deal. Elections are to be held in Iran on June 18. The number of registered voters in the country is 5 crore 90 lakh.




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