Hamid Rasaei, who represents Tehran constituency in the parliament, said in the end of Sunday’s open session of the parliament that nuclear negotiators should respect the time of 250 parliamentarians who organized a campaign demanding that Iranian version of Lausanne joint statement also better known as Fact Sheet, be published.
Mr. Rasaei quoted Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of AEOI who had told the parliament the Leader had required negotiators to publish the Fact Sheet; “Mr. Zarif agreed to publish the Fact Sheet; we told him that publishing the Fact Sheet would solve many issues,” Rasaei told in his verbal notification.
“Leader’s official website clearly posted his words about the negotiations at least three times, a thing which signals that the Leader highlighted the issue,” he emphasized. “Why would not you inform the public what is traded off for what; why would not you say the public about sanctions and ultimate outcome; Mr. Lavrov , Russian Foreign Minister had said that the US fact sheet carried the realities of the negotiations,” asserted Rasaei, recommending Zarif to gainsay the statement as inaccurate.
Rasaei warned that he would question in the open session of the parliament should the Fact Sheet was not published in the upcoming week.