quinta-feira, 16 de julho de 2015

Dissatisfaction among Republicans about the Iranian nuclear deal

In the United States, the Republicans are not satisfied with the agreement reached on the Iranian nuclear program. Some believe that he gives to Iran "importance within the international community", or that the agreement "is a way to declare war on Israel and Sunni States". The former Director of the CIA, General Michael Hayden explains the issue:

"The most disappointing is the" controlled access "to the inspections. I'm perplexed by the way the Iranians were able to, with the agreement, see alleviated the sanctions on conventional weapons and ballistic missiles when they insisted that it was outside of the negotiations issue since the beginning. "

While some Democrats are also skeptical, some people have doubts, among them Daryll Kimball, Executive Director of the American Association for the control of weapons:

"This agreement shows a monitoring system of inspection, which is stronger than we expected after agreement was reached on April 2. People say it is weaker but they don't know what they're talking about. They don't understand. "

Barack Obama, who hailed the agreement, gives, this Wednesday, a press conference devoted to this matter we will see if in a crucial time like this, he can take the doubts, at least within his party.

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