MP slams West's lack of commitment to JCPOA

TEHRAN, Aug. 07 (MNA) – A member of Iran’s Parliament, while criticizing government inactivity towards JCPOA outcomes, has proposed three resolutions to climb out of the ongoing economic decline inside the country.

Hamidreza Fouladgar, member of Parliament’s Industries and Mines Commission, made the remarks during today’s open session asserting that “with more than a year since the inking of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and despite implementation of commitments of the Iranian side, the other party has shown numerous breaches of covenants.”

We displayed full commitment while the opposite side did not take any action, reiterated the official urging the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) to provide the nation with a report on the current situation in JCPOA implementation.”

Fouladgar, who also represents people of Isfahan in the Iranian Parliament, said JCPOA has had no positive outcome from the economic dimension since merely awaiting prospective effects would not prove yielding; “the government was supposed to implement the general policies of the Article 44 of the Constitution as well as the Resistance Economy in order to prevent the current downturn.”

The Iranian MP went on to present three approaches for overcoming recession including retiring of government’s debts to economic activists and production units, improving the business environment as well as implementing the Parliament’s recent legislations in areas of employment and Resistance Economy.

He also called for the formation of a specialized commission to follow up general policies off the Article 44 as well as the Resistance Economy.


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