Monday, 13 July, 2020

White House Petition to Veto Possible Congressional Disapproval on Iran Deal

Opponents of the Iran nuclear deal are trying to exert pressure on the Congress through spending millions of dollars to convince it to pass a “resolution of disapproval”.

US president Barack Obama has recently expressed his concerns over such pressures, called on Iran nuclear deal supporters to back him in convincing Congress to approve the deal.

He underlined that opponents of the Iran deal, such as the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, are pressuring Congress with calls and letters while spending millions to lobby against the pact.

The White House has launched a petition on its website, asking the public to show their support for nuclear deal aimed to stop Congress from killing Iran deal.

The text of the petition reads:

The recent nuclear deal made with Iran was indeed a great proof that diplomacy can work and war could be inhibited. There are only two options in regards to Iran, the first option is by going to war and extend the war zone from Afghanistan all the way to Syria and provide a safe heaven for terrorists like ISIS or Al- Qaeda to easily travel with no borders from Afghanistan all the way to Europe borders, or a much better second option by this nuclear deal which not only prevents the construction of the nuclear weapon, also builds a successful example of the world’s unity against weapons of mass destruction with diplomacy and not war.

The petition has been organized on July 31, having approximately 100,000 signatures within few days.

The Realiran website calls on all who are in favor of Iran nuclear deal as well as world peace and security to sign this petition.

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1 Comment

  1. Justice

    June 8, 2016 at 7:46 am

    Well I guess I don’t have to spend the weekend firgiung this one out!

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