"The negotiations are an in-process experience and the time to judge their success has not yet come,” said Qolamali Haddad Adel, the head of the Principalist parliamentary group.
He stated "There may be some mischief by the US and negligence on our side.”
The lawmaker added "The West believe that if they deny the moderate Rouhani administration a few privileges and people do not happen to see some economic evolvement, they would have empowered the radical ones. This was said by Jack Straw and some others a while back in the Independent, saying that if pressure is not diminished the change which has taken place will fade out.”
"This is some Western speculation, whereas the president is a devout defender of the state,” Adel asserted.
He added "They have already said that they will defreeze $4.2 billion Iranian asset in six months and that they will agree to one million barrels oil export per day. But the sanctions will not be lifted except in a few instances like drugs and such.”
"One point is that,” he further mentioned, "as agreed, Iran must agree to the additional protocol in order to help neutralize the state of the IAEA and the Security Council, but accepting the protocol is bound to approval by the Majlis.”
He stated "The US does not accept the very being of the revolution and the political Islam. That is why one must be careful as one moves forward with the enemy and to prioritize domestic empowerment and the resistive economy.”