Tehran, Iran, July 15
By Mehdi Sepahvand - Trend:
An Iranian political activist says the country's nuclear deal is going to cause more unity among political parties in the country.
Although the agreement envisions a long path ahead, it has one impact inside the country, that is, it has laid the map and the path is clear now for all to follow, Hamidreza Jalaeipour, member of the Central Council of the Participation Front and assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Tehran told Trend July 15.
He expressed hope that the deal will cause positive changes on the country's political stage.
The achievement has empowered the administration of President Hassan Rouhani, Jalaeipour stated.
It has also empowered President Hassan Rouhani supporters and long-term effects are to follow the historic event, he asserted.
Finally achieved on July 14, the nuclear deal with the group P5+1 (the US, UK, France, Russia, China, and Germany) had many critics inside Iran.
Some parties would reprimand the Rouhani administration for attempting to trust in the West, which they said has never been friendly to Iran. However, more center-affiliated political figures urged a deal faithful national interests and with respect to the state red lines.
Edited by CN