White House: fifteen-member Senate are showing their support for the Iranian nuclear deal

White House: fifteen-member Senate are showing their support for the Iranian nuclear deal

2015/8/25 8:26

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the White House said that fifteen members of the Senate have announced their support for Iran’s nuclear agreement during the past two weekly work, showing “some important momentum.”
According to the new agency China [Hnkhua said Josh Ernest, the White House spokesman, told reporters at a daily news conference, “We have seen fifteen members in the US Senate identify and express their support and their support for the Iranian nuclear deal.”
He explained that Harry Reid, the Democratic leader in the Council, and Debbie Stabenao, a member of the Council for the State of Michigan, were among the supporters.
and threw Mitch McConnell, majority leader in the Senate, in the past month, and President Barack Obama’s approach to the negotiations to “minus the concept, and to reach a better acceptable to Iran agreement , instead of moving forward, in fact towards the national goal to end Iran’s nuclear program.
“said McConnell, the Senate will examine the” concessions “made by the Obama administration.
He warned John Kerry, US Secretary of State last month that it will dispel the best opportunity to resolve the Iranian nuclear issue through peaceful means under any circumstances Senate move toward rejection of the agreement that has been negotiated with Iran.
Currently over half of the deadline for Congress to review the agreement, which lasts 60 days, Obama has vowed to veto any attempt by Congress to block the implementation of Iran’s nuclear agreement.
and requires the approval of two-thirds of the number of Members in both the House and Senate to revoke the veto.
and reached Iran and major powers of the six, the United States, Britain, China, Russia, France, Germany, an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program last month, which would pave the way for the lifting of sanctions on Iran, but it imposes more stringent restrictions on its nuclear program .anthy

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