The story: More than 250 out of Iran’s 290 members of parliament have told the Ebrahim Raisi administration that mutual compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal necessitates "legal guarantees" from the US Congress that the White House will not again abrogate the accord.
The demand comes amid concerns among some hardliners in Iran that the latest draft of the agreement to salvage the deal does not adhere to Iran's "red lines."
The coverage: Most lawmakers in Iran's conservative-dominated parliament on Apr. 10 signed a letter addressed to President Raisi that puts forward a list of conditions for the revival of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), as the nuclear deal is formally known...
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