A number of parliamentarians have criticized the president for calling Iran’s nuclear deal critics uneducated.
Tehran representative to the Majlis Hamid Rasaei addressing Rouhani's reproachful Tuesday speech said "The critics of the deal are a number of clergymen, scholarly elite, and Majlis representatives.”
He also criticized Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif for what he called adopting ambivalent position in regard to Israel and in approval of the Holocaust.
Borujerd representative Jafari also criticized Rouhani for his tone and stated that the Geneva nuclear deal "does not follow the right directions.”
Beiranvand, another lawmaker representing Boroujerd, also expressed concern over the president’s speech and demanded that the examples of such "divisive” talk be prevented.
In a similar action concerning the industrial section, 15 lawmakers have warned the Minister of Mines, Industry, and Trade against recent contacts with the French business section lest "it gives away the achievements of Iranian forces to ignorance and belittles their toil.”