Delegates sit around a table prior to a bilateral meeting as part of the closed-door nuclear talks with Iran at a hotel in Vienna, June 12, 2015. (AP/Ronald Zak)
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Iranian lawmakers unveiled proposed legislation Wednesday that a top official said would protect the nation's nuclear interests, but which could become an obstacle in negotiations for a deal this month.It sets out three criteria that must be met by any deal reached with the U.S. and five other world powers, which faces a June 30 deadline.According to the EU and U.S., sanctions will only be lifted once international inspectors have verified that Iran's nuclear program is peaceful, as per an outline agreement of April 2 .To ensure Iran's nuclear program does not have military aims, the world powers are demanding an additional protocol allowing more stringent inspections of other facilities in Iran where nuclear activities may have been conducted.Under the April 2 agreement, the EU and U.S. both said Iran's research activities would have limits.
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