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Iran Regime’s Internal Discords Over Nuclear Deal

NCRI – On the anniversary of the Iranian regime’s nuclear deal with the major world powers, the state-run Kayhan Newspaper slammed Hassan Rouhani’s government and wrote: “Nowadays the government has undoubtedly incurred considerable and irreversible damages to the regime. Nevertheless, the government still insists on following the principals of Iran Deal which was not very much successful. Unlike Rouhani’s claims, no sanction has ever been annulled or lifted. Instead, more sanctions have been imposed on Iran.”

One of the experts of the mullahs’ regime named Foad Izadi lambasted the regime’s negotiation team. He stated: “These sanctions are still used in different areas and they will never be lifted. One normally negotiates in order to jump out of the frying pan and not into the fire.”

The former Head of the regime’s Atomic Energy Organization, Fereydoon Abbasi, on the anniversary of the atomic deal which led to the shutdown of atomic projects stated: “Regarding Fordow Fuel Enrichment Plant, I shall suggest transforming this site into a museum so that people could visit because Fordow has changed its land use and it does not serve any other purpose.”

In an interview with the state-run YJC News Agency on of January 16, Fereydoon Abbasi said: “When the use of a place is changed, that means it has been transformed and closed. Unfortunately, some people deceive the society with several slogans. Fordow is particularly allocated for enrichment and since they could not destroy it they told our team of negotiation to dismantle it in this way.”

The international advisor of the regime’s Judiciary, Javad Larijani, on the anniversary of Iran Deal said: “The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) actually put an end to the nuclear industry of Iran. I once said that this plan has ceased our nuclear activities for good. I still believe the same.”

He added: “I wonder how the authorities think of resuming the nuclear activities if the other party breaches the agreement. We have removed and deactivated the reactors and the number of centrifuges has been reduced. How could we resume our nuclear activities in such a situation? The authorities must be responsible for the ultimate achievement of the JCPOA. Did such negotiation result in importing an airplane to the country and taking Selfie pictures with it?”

Following the anniversary of Iran Deal, US Secretary of State John Kerry in a statement on Monday pointed out the importance of the JCPOA as a measure to prevent the Iranian regime from making the atomic bomb.

He reiterated:” Our relationship remains highly contentious – and we must maintain our pressure and continue to push back on Iran’s missile program, its support for terrorism, its disregard for human rights, and its destabilizing interference in the affairs of its neighbors as long as these threats persist.”

Also on Monday, the International Atomic Energy Agency announced that the Iranian regime had dismantled the infrastructure and additional centrifuges at the Fordow plant.

The President-Elect of the United States, Donald Trump, in a special interview with the Times of London pointed out that Iran Deal which has been implemented for a year is one of the worst agreements that has ever been signed.