No demonstrations for or against nuclear talks allowed in Iran
Baku, Azerbaijan, May 30
By Fatih Karimov - Trend: Iranian Interior Minister Abdorreza Rahmani Fazli has said that no permissions will be issued to hold demonstrations for or against the ongoing nuclear talks across the country.
"Nuclear talks are progressing within the framework of national interests using guidelines of the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and under the supervision of the parliament," Iran's IRNA news agency quoted Rahmani-Fazli as saying on May 30.
"As the interior minister, I declare that the ministry will not issue any permission for holding demonstrations on streets in this regard."
That was while a large number of Iranians poured to the streets after the Friday Prayers ceremonies in Tehran and other cities across the country to 'Protest against a Come-What-May Agreement'.
People called on the Iranian officials not to allow foreigners to inspect Iran 's military sites under any pretext or for any reason.
They also underlined the necessity for safeguarding the Iranian nation's pride, and urged the Iranian legislators to stand against the US excessive demands and bullying.
The protestors also set fire to the Israeli and US flags.
Iran and the P5+1 reached a mutual understanding on Tehran 's nuclear program in the Swiss city of Lausanne on April 2. The parties have agreed to finalize a comprehensive deal on Tehran 's nuclear program by the end of June.