Senior politician urges reaction to US JCPOA violation

TEHRAN, Aug. 08 (MNA) – Secy. Gen. of Islamic Coalition party has urged the Iranian government to rise up against America’s violation of JCPOA and remaining of sanctions.

Mohammad Nabi Habibi, Secretary-General of the Islamic Coalition Party, pointed to the recent remarks made by the Iranian Leader saying “the Iranian government must be held accountable for lack of commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on the part of the US.”

“Iran’s government is obliged to prove its freedom of choice on nuclear issues to the American side,” he added.

Habibi recalled President Rouhani’s earlier promise that all sanctions against Iran would be lifted upon JCPOA implementation; “the issue was never realized and the government needs to set a deadline for the Western side.”

Habibi, who is a senior Iranian politician and sociologist, pointed to Obama’s comments that sanctions against Iran will be seriously carried out asking if the Iranian President would act in response to his American counterpart.

The official also referred to ‘inflated salaries’ scandal asserting “people receiving luxurious salaries were supposed to be prosecuted and punished and the amounts had to be returned to public treasury though no official news has been given to the public by the government or legal entities."

Secretary general of Islamic Coalition party criticized the government’s approval of new model of oil contracts noting “the principle of transparency is a vital element in ties between the government and the public.”

Mohammad Nabi Habibi, while highlighting the latest developments in Yemen, Syria and Iraq, said “fortunately, terrorism is taking its last breaths and in the absence of support from NATO and America, terror will come to an end soon.”

“Terrorists in Syria are under siege and Iraqis are preparing for the release of Mosul,” underscored the official expressing hope that good news will be received from the region in near future.

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