MPs urge Rouhani to stop dismantling centrifuges
20 Parliamentarians have issued a warning for President Rouhani demanding government stop dismantling centrifuges.
On Monday’s open session of the Parliament, a number of representatives read the text of the written warning, which demanded that President Rouhani issue a directive mandating the revoke of his former directive to dismantle centrifuges in Fordow and Natanz facilities until the conditions set by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution were met.
Among the signatories of the written warning are notably Javad Karimi Qoddousi, Rouhollah Hosseinian, Mehdi Kouchakzadeh, and Bijan Nobaveh, the arch-critics of the JCPOA in the Parliament who went on extremes to prevent Parliament approval of the JCPOA.
The process to dismantle centrifuges in Fordow and Natanz has already been announced by the government to six parties to the nuclear negotiations as Iran’s good will and a step forward in implementation of its obligations, to which the west is to respond with proper actions including removing some sanctions against Iranian economy.