Iranian President Hassan leaves at the end of a press conference in Tehran on June 13, 2015. AFP PHOTO / BEHROUZ MEHRI
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A cash-strapped Iran may have to wait several months for sanctions to be lifted even if it signs a nuclear accord by the June 30 deadline, president Hassan Rouhani has said.Mr Rouhani said the protocol would not be implemented any differently from more than 100 countries which have signed it and in no way would it allow the country's military secrets to be disclosed.Having convinced Iranians that a nuclear program is their right, the Islamic regime is having problems selling a nuclear deal that would scrap significant parts of its uranium enrichment activities.Mr Rouhani said a nuclear program was only one right and that people also deserved a good standard of living, notably jobs, which a "dignified" deal would deliver.
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