FILE - In this Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 file photo, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani, center left, walks with United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, center right, at United Nations headquarters. (AP Photo/Bryan R. Smith)
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A panel of Iranian lawmakers said Sunday that the inspections regime underpinning the country's nuclear deal with world powers represented a security threat, but the agreement should go ahead anyway.A law passed earlier this year gave final oversight of the nuclear deal to Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC), rather than lawmakers, many of whom have railed against the agreement.The SNSC is headed by President Hassan Rouhani, who came to power in 2013 after campaigning to end the international dispute and end sanctions imposed over Iran's nuclear program. In particular the placing of restrictions on some aspects of Iran's nuclear activities for 15 years was "a serious shortcoming".Under July's accord Iran will place limits on its nuclear program for at least a decade in return for the lifting of all nuclear-related U.N. and international sanctions.
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