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Jalili deputy: Rouhani published classified documents from nuclear negotiations without approval

Monday, 10 June 2013

Head of the election headquarters for Saeed Jalili and Jalili’s deputy on the Supreme National Security Council, Ali Baqeri, praised the concept of debates between candidates, and added that the broadcast authority, by allowing the debates, allows citizens to become familiar with the candidates directly. He discussed several statements made by Rouhani during the debate that took place this past Thursday regarding his personal performance during the reformist period (in Iran’s nuclear negotiations with the West), as well as Jalili’s performance as head of the nuclear negotiations team, and added that he is playing with these statements on the public’s intelligence, and he made statements that even contradicted his past statements. Rouhani said that acceptance of the Saad-Abad Agreement in Brussels (during which Iran agreed to stop the training, testing and creation of centrifuges) saved Iran from war, and the question is asked whether a danger of war actually existed. Baqeri emphasized that Rouhani’s statements in this matter are inaccurate and that Iranian reconciliation actually allowed the other side to threaten Iran with war, and if Iran had acted vehemently and from a position of strength, they would not have dared to do so.  Baqeri further emphasized that Rouhani published classified documents of the regime that are not his personal property, and there is a need to investigate whether he received legal permission to publish these documents. In the past, Jalili used Twitter to make similar claims against Rouhani and his compromising positions.

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  • Published: 2 years ago on Monday, 10 June 2013
  • By: Iran Daily Brief
  • Last Modified: June 10, 2013 @ 3:23 pm
  • Filed Under: Military
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    • http://www.mehrnews.com/detail/News/2071314;https://twitter.com/DrSaeedJalili/statuses/339288849077391360

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