TEHRAN, Jan. 26 (MNA) – Qom representative in the Parliament has said Parliamentarians have written a letter to the speaker demanding Geneva deal draft from the Foreign Minister.
Ahmad Amirabadi told Mehr News Parliament correspondent that the letter, signed by 150 legislators, demanded that Ali Larijani to require the foreign ministry to provide a draft of the Geneva nuclear agreement. “Parliamentarians were supposed to refrain from questioning the foreign minister. However, if the ministry fails to send the draft to all representatives, they would bring the case of questioning into the public session,” he added.
Parliamentarians had criticized the government’s conduct on keeping them uninformed about the text of the Geneva deal before. Mohammad Soleimani, Tehran’s representative had held that just like Congressmen in the US who were informed about the whole Geneva process, they should have been informed about the deal, emphasizing that it did not suffice for the speaker of the Parliament as a member of Supreme National Security Council to know about the text of the deal.
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