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By INU staff

INU - As domestic opposition to the regime runs high and the Iranian military and militias are spread thin amidst regional conflicts, Iran is making notable efforts to empower its hardline citizens and its domestic police forces to stave off protests and help the regime to hold onto power at home.

By INU staff

INU - Although partners like Russia have been there to help in the past, Iran currently doesn’t have to rely as much on illicit trade with these entities as it might in the event that nuclear negotiations with the P5+1 break down. The interim agreement with those powers ostensibly holds Iran to a maximum of one million barrels per day of oil exports until such time as a deal is signed. But in reality it has been permitted to get away with much more than that, in part because the Obama administration elected to not count exports of lighter oil condensates toward the total figure.

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 Iran: Rouhani’s confrontation with Khamenei’s faction escalates (following impeachment of Minister of Science)

INU - Although less than a year has passed since Reza Faraji Dana was appointed as President Rouhani’s Minister of Science, Research and Technology, 51 Members of the Majlis (the Iranian Parliament) have introduced legislation to have him impeached.

Ruhollah Hosseinian, member of the mullahs' regime parliament from Tehran, is collecting signatures for a closed session of the parliament to examine Rouhani's recent speech and his position on domestic and international issues, state-run Jahan News reported on August 12. 

NCRI- Hassan Rouhani, the president of the clerical regime in Iran, in a message addressed to Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad on Sunday congratulated him for wining in an election that has no legitimacy.

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