The US Senate’s foreign relations committee postponed addressing a law on a prospective nuclear deal with Iran.
The Senate was previously scheduled to address the law by March 20, but it has postponed it to April 14.
Through a joint announcement, the Republican leader of the committee and a senior Democrat member have stated that the postponement serves further coordination aimed at gaining more votes on the law.
The senators intend to pressurize US President Barak Obama on making a deal with Iran.
The deal will be crucial to Obama and Democracts since it would be breakthrough in the US foreign policy history on Iran.
Through the Senate, Republicans are trying to rob Obama of that opportunity.