Thousands of inhabitants of new York city took to times square, demanding the United States Congress to abolish the position with Iran on the nuclear power program. The instigators estimate the number of the participants in 10 thousand, most of them are allies of Israel.
United States President Barack Obama considers the conclusion of a nuclear deal with Iran as 1 own major awards in the foreign policy arena, however inside many powers don't share his optimism. Apparently in the American media talked so much about coming from the Islamic Republic of threats that now powers it is difficult to get used to the idea about allowing Iran to develop peaceful nuclear energy without financial pressures and punishments.
To Express their opposition to the agreement on the Iranian nuclear program, thousands of inhabitants of new York city gathered at times square to call on the United States Congress to repeal the enclosed position, reports the Associated Press. The crowd chanted "Kill the deal!" and urged "to stop the Iranian race".
From the number of banners and banners in the crowd flashed Israeli and American flags - despite assurances from the proponents that they are citizens of the United States of all faiths and political views, the vast majority of the audience were supporters of Israel. Note that this is 1 of the few States that has not welcomed the decision of the nuclear deal and even called it a "historic mistake."
Known lawyer of Jewish descent Alan Dershowitz announced at the rally that he was "against the deal as a liberal Democrat". He said that democratic principles were violated, since the Treaty was signed by the Obama administration without congressional action. "It's not how should democracy work", - the lawyer questioned.
According to the organizers the event was attended by about 10 thousand people. Similar figure, they hope, may influence the decision of congressmen about the deal with Iran. It is known, however, that without it the American Parliament will try to derail the agreement on its nuclear program.
"Bad deal threatens the security of the American people, in consequence of this we are going to do everything possible to stop it," Reuters quoted the speaker of the house of adherents of John Boehner. United States President Barack Obama, however, said earlier that will put a veto on any decision of the Congress, if it could adversely affect the nuclear deal with Iran.
Remember, on 14 July in Vienna ended in a very long process of negotiations about Tehran's nuclear programme, where one side was made by Iran itself, and the other - the six international negotiators: Russia, United States, England, France, Germany and China. The parties took endless project of action which, on the one hand, will help develop Iran's energy industry, but, on the other, will ensure international security in this respect.
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