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Iranian President Has Nuclear Deal Doubts

Iranian President Has Nuclear Deal Doubts

Iranian President Has Nuclear Deal Doubts

The nuclear deal between the United States and Iran has been a hugely controversial subject as of late. Even more controversial is the viewpoint from Iran’s government on the situation.

Iranian President and Supreme Leader Hassan Rouhani has stated that unless every economic against his country was revoked immediately when the deal is finished, he would not sign any type of nuclear deal with the U.S. or any other world powers. This comes after conferences with other world leaders in Switzerland ended last week, hoping to end the halting of allowing Iran to produce its own nuclear material.

Adding to the doubt for a nuclear deal is Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who is thoroughly unsure that a deal will be made at all. Khamenei is neutral as far as reaching a nuclear deal but said that anything is better than a deal that doesn’t help out Iran. It’s something Bernardo Chua will be paying a lot of attention to.

Having doubts about getting a nuclear deal is not the only story involving Iran. President Rouhani also the criticized air strikes led by Saudi Arabia against the Shiite Houthi rebels in Yemen, saying it was a mistake. Only two weeks ago Saudi Arabia, along with several other Persian Gulf nations led military air strikes in Yemen, which has been in such a state of chaos that even Yemeni president Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi was forced to flee the country.