Iranian parliament passes bill approving nuclear deal

October 13, 2015 08:54

DUBAI- Iran's parliament passed a bill on Tuesday supporting the government in implementing a nuclear deal with world powers, but insisted that international inspectors would have only limited access to Iran's military sites, state news agency IRNA said.

"The bill to implement the JCPOA ... was passed in a public session on Tuesday with 161 votes in favour," IRNA said, referring to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action reached in July.

Related Content

Breaking news
October 18, 2019
Two killed in Lebanon fire near Beirut protests - report


Cookie Settings