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Lead 1-nuclear Iranian-Discussions will resume this weekend, says Washington
Iran-Nucleaire / USA (Lead 1, Photo): Iranian Lead 1-Nuclear-Discussions will resume this weekend, says Washington (updated with details) by Humeyra Pamuk Washington, 9 June (Reuters) - The negotiations between Iran and the global powers stakeholders of the Iranian Nuclear 2015 Agreement will resume over the weekend, announced on Wednesday Washington, stressing that the perspective of the presidential election in Iran on June 18 complicated the discussions.
in the midst of the serious economic crisis and parallel to the nuclear calls, Iranians have chosen a new president. As a clear favorite, the ultraconservative judicial chief Ebrahim Raissi applies.
After 19 hours, the. Because of the Corona pandemic, the opening hours of the polling stations had been extended and their number has been increased to more than 70,000 in the country. On Friday, a successor for the Hassan Rohani applicable as moderate was not allowed, which was no longer allowed to compete after two term periods.
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until the evening, according to a report of the semi-official news agency Fars, only 37 percent of more than 59 million eligible voters. The Ministry of the Interior in Tehran explained, the information could not confirm. The state television spoke of a nationwide high participation. First results will be published during this Saturday.
observers reckon with a political change. Of the first seven approved candidates, only four of the race went on election day. An ore-conservative cleric, a reformer, a former general and a hardliner.
As a clear favorite, the ore-conservative spiritual and boss of Justice, Ebrahim Raissi, is traded. The 60-year-old is a confidant of the spiritual and political head of Iran, Ajatollah Ali Chameni. External opportunities are granted to the reform-oriented economist and former central bank boss Abdolnasser Hemmati, which hopes in particular to.
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Raissi had failed to raw Anali four years ago. This time his way to the Presidential Office would be much easier. For this, the so-calledRaissi presented itself as a fighter against poverty and corruption , which sorted out serious competitors as a constituency. This even led to violent protests in their own ranks. In the population, the desinters took a choice that many saw as staged and undemocratic.
as president would not continue the moderate course of Rohanis after conviction of experts. In the election campaign he focused more on economic issues and promised a rapid end of the financial and economic crisis caused by US sanctions.
However, without negotiations with the US about the future of the Viennaundermined by both sides, an end to the sanctions - and the economic crisis that has almost almost three years - would not be feasible. "We will respect the agreement, but we, not the USA," said Raissi in the election campaign.
Even in the Middle East policy, observers expect a more radical course when taking over the Presidential Office by Raissi, in relation to Israel even more hostile than so far.
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© Atta Kenare / AFP Ebrahim Raissi, June 18, 2021. Ebrahim Raisi, elected President of Iran Saturday, June 19, announced that He did not want to meet the US President Joe Biden, even though this possible meeting was able to alleviate the United States sanctions against Iran.