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Saturday, November 23, 2013

Breaking: Is this the deal with Iran?

There's been a leak from the nuclear negotiations in Geneva and this is apparently the latest deal on the table.
according to the draft received by Nasim the US will accept to release  $8.5-10 billion of Iranian assets.
The P5+1 also agreed with some sanction reliefs on exporting auto parts, gold and precious metals and aircraft spare parts to Iran. A few banks are also will be excluded form the financial sanctions to handle certain transactions to the country.
in return Iran will accepts suspending 20% uranium enrichment for a period of six months and agrees to neutralize its stockpile and uranium enrichment in Iran will be limited to 5%. Iran has enough fuel to inject in the Tehran research reactor to produce medicine for more than 800,000 cancer patient for next 6 months.
during the period Iran will refrain from production, installation and activation of new centrifuges and construction activities in Arak reactor will be suspended.
Iran will provide IAEI access to its nuclear facilities beyond Nuclear Proliferation Safeguards and is committed to resolve the remaining issues in the talks with the IAEA.
The source who spoke to Nasim on condition of anonymity, the prolongation of the talks is due to the hard debates for choosing proper phrases of “suspending enrichment” and “pacing Arak progress”. the two phrases are point of most important differences between Iran and two member of the P5+1 to finalize the blueprint of the draft. 
According to the source Iran trying to include phrases which endorse Iran’s right of enrichment ‘in a way, either explicit or implicit’
There's a lot that's wrong with this deal. Perhaps the biggest thing that's wrong is that it will open up the sanctions regime while not ending Iran's  nuclear enrichment. Arak is the plutonium reactor, and not enough attention is being paid to it. And what happens if after all that money is released, Iran violates the deal?

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