Spain’s King Felipe VI reviews an honor guard during a welcome ceremony upon his arrival at Rafik Hariri International Airport. REUTERS/Aziz Taher
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Parliamentary blocs on both sides of the political spectrum Tuesday praised last week's framework nuclear agreement reached between Iran and world powers, hoping that the deal would strengthen security and stability in the turbulent region. Meanwhile, a senior political source called for the election of a new president without waiting for the outcome of the Iran nuclear deal or any other regional or international developments. However, the Future bloc called for the nuclear deal to be coupled with a change in Iran's policies in the region, where it has been accused by Arab Gulf states of inciting sectarian tensions and conflicts with its intervention in the internal affairs of regional countries.The Iran nuclear deal was also praised by MP Michel Aoun's parliamentary Change and Reform bloc.Lebanese Forces MP George Adwan said Iran would expand its influence in the region as a result of its nuclear deal with the West.
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