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Rouhani Demands That Obama Block Iran Sanctions Law Extension

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The Senate voted 99-0 to extend sanctions. Now Rouhani is demanding that his servant Obama jump to do his bidding and block the new sanctions. But Rouhani’s time as master of the U.S. administration is running out: Trump is coming.

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“Rouhani Urges Obama to Block Iran Sanctions Law Extension,” by Ladane Nasseri and Golnar Motevalli, Bloomberg, December 4, 2016 (thanks to Van):

Iran urged Barack Obama to block a law that would extend the U.S. president’s authority to impose sanctions on the Islamic Republic, calling it a violation of the Iranian nuclear deal.

On Thursday, the Senate voted 99-0 to extend the Iran Sanctions Act, which authorizes a president to prevent investment in Iran’s energy sector and other sensitive industries. While Obama has waived most sanctions under the nuclear accord, congressional leaders said keeping them in reserve provides valuable leverage against Iran. White House spokesman Eric Schultz said the bill won’t interfere with the U.S.-led nuclear agreement and he expected the president to sign it.

“If this law is implemented it will be a blatant violation of the Iran deal and it will lead to our resolute answer,” Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told parliament on Sunday.

In response to the Senate vote, more than 260 members of Iran’s 290-seat parliament have called on Rouhani’s government to take unspecified reciprocal action against the U.S., Ahmad Amir-Abadi Farahani, a member of parliament’s presiding board, said in a statement cited by the official Islamic Republic News Agency.

Lawmakers interrupted Rouhani’s appearance in parliament, which was broadcast live on state television. Some briefly chanted “Death to America” when the president spoke about the Iran Sanctions Act and mentioned Obama, defying calls for calm from parliament speaker Ali Larijani….

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