Guardian Council endorses Majlis N-bill

TEHRAN, Jun. 25 (MNA) – Iranian Guardian Council approved the bill passed in Majlis to require protection of Iran’s nuclear achievements.

According to Mehr correspondents, the Majlis bill to obligate the Islamic Republic Administration to safeguarded nuclear achievements was approved by Guardian Council on Thursday.

Iran’s Guardian Council discussed the bill thoroughly and found it in compliance with the Iranian Constitution and Islamic laws.

Gaining the yes vote of the Iranian lawmakers a day earlier, the bill requires the diplomatic leg of the Executive branch to observe some concerns of the MPs including the immediate removal of imposed sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear program upon the enforcement of the Iran-Sextet deal in prospect.

In the second article of the bill, the MPs dismiss giving any extra-conventional permission to IAEA to inspect Iran’s highly sensitive military and security sites.

Also in the second article any interrogation of the nuclear scientists of Iran is prohibited as earlier outlined by Iran’s Supreme Council of Security.

The third article stresses that Iran bears no restriction over developing its scientific endeavors including the nuclear field.

And to conclude, any final nuclear agreement with the 5+1 will be valid only if the articles of the bill are observed, the bill stipulates.

Diplomats of Iran and the 5+1 – the United States, Britain, France, China and Russia plus Germany – have been hammering the text of a deal over Iran's nuclear program.

Under the Iranian Constitution, the Guardian Council, a 12-member body consisting of six legal experts and six Islamic jurists, is tasked with vetting legislative and presidential candidates, supervising elections and overseeing the bills passed in Majlis for conformity with Islamic principles and Iran's Constitution.















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