Obama and congressional agreement on Iran nuclear talks
- April 15 / April 2015
It adopted a committee in the US Congress a law that gives parliamentarians found on the agreement on the right of the Iranian nuclear program.
US President Barack Obama said he is no longer opposed to this bill that was passed by the Foreign Relations Committee in the Senate.
And this bill gives Congress the right to vote on any of the United States entered into an agreement with Iran on its nuclear program.
It was reached a framework agreement between the United States, Iran and five other countries in April in Switzerland, is scheduled to conclude a comprehensive final agreement by June 30.
This agreement provides for Iran to reduce its stockpile of enriched uranium, which can be used in a nuclear weapon, and reduced by more than two-thirds the number of centrifuges that can be used to produce more.
On the other hand, gradually lift United Nations sanctions and separate measures imposed by the United States and the European Union, while the International Atomic Energy Agency of Iran's commitment to materialize the agreement.
And some Republicans oppose this agreement, and believe that Iran won the concessions too much, as they always are demanding that the right to vote on any of the United States entered into an agreement with Iran, particularly with regard to the lifting of economic sanctions against it.
It is likely to agree to pass this bill by the Democrats and Republicans in the Senate.
Little had been reached to a modified version of the draft law, which Obama rejected in the beginning, where the US President to be opposed to the Congress of the word in the final agreement should be reached with the end of June / June
Under this bill, Obama will still be able to lift sanctions imposed by the procedures prescribed by the executive, but he will not be able to mitigate any penalties issued by the Congress.