MNA –A member of Iran’s Parliament National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, said Thurs. that conditions laid out by Iran’s Leader for staying in JCPOA will become law.
“Given the nation’s concerns, the Leader set out a series of guidelines to lawmakers,” Abolfazl Hassan Beigi said on Thursday a day after the Iranian Leader Ayatollah Khamenei set out conditions for the ongoing Iran’s talks with the remaining participants in the nuclear deal.
According to Beigi, the Leader laid out 12 guidelines that all deserve to become law to direct Iranian government talks with Europe.
Iran’s Leader said in a meeting with authorities and officials on Wednesday evening that Europe must fulfill Iran’s demands, if not, the nuclear deal is dead.
Beigi said that the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission will review and discuss the Leader’s conditions for negotiations with Europe and will turn them into law to foil the enemy’s plots and show the way to the Iranian government and the negotiators.
He further pointed out that if the Leader’s conditions become law, they will turn into a redline that no one can cross it carelessly.
The Iranian lawmaker said that the Leader has the last world on crucial issues in Iran.