Iran's Chink In The Armor: Human Rights Sanctions

05 August 2017, 12:11 | Isaac Mcdaniel

Iran's Chink In The Armor: Human Rights Sanctions

Iran's Chink In The Armor: Human Rights Sanctions

He said that in his second term in office, Iran will "insist on constructive engagement with the world more than before". Among those in attendance at the ceremony was former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who fell out of favour with the establishment and was notably barred from standing as a candidate.

Rohani, a 68-year-old self-proclaimed moderate, was reelected as Iran's president in May. However, he has already faced considerable pushback from conservative opponents and now faces mounting threats from the United States, which passed fresh sanctions against Iran on Wednesday.

The sanctions imposed on Iran helped the country to grow powerful and self-reliant as the nation turned to the resources and capabilities at home, he added.

"In our view the nuclear deal has been violated and we will show an appropriate and proportional reaction to this issue", Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said in an interview with state TV, according to the ISNA news agency.

But the ceremony came less than 24 hours after US President Donald Trump confirmed fresh sanctions against Iran. He continued "we are not afraid of enemy's plots and we know how to deal with them; Revolutinary identity anf diligent work would help the country to move ahead despite all countering measures by enemy". French energy giant Total defied US pressure in July by signing a multi-billion-dollar gas deal with Iran.

"We will certainly not fall into the trap of USA policy and Trump, and our reaction will be very carefully considered".

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Iran maintains the 2015 nuclear deal that put caps on its uranium enrichment program - a possible pathway to nuclear weapons - and the Security Council resolution endorsing that deal do not ban the country from ballistic missile activity.

However, Iran said earlier this week that it would lodge a complaint with the commission that oversees its implementation.

Religious, military, and political leaders attended the August 3 ceremony, which was broadcast on Iranian state television.

Report informs citing the Iranian Embassy to Azerbaijan that he will attend inauguration ceremony of the re-elected Iranian president Hassan Rouhani.

Leader Ayatollah Khamenei delivers validation decree to President Rouhani at the start of his second term.

Rouhani won a landslide victory on May 19 by garnering 57 per cent of the ballots. The runner-up, Ebrahim Raisi, secured 38.5% of the votes.



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