Bloomberg reported that despite the fact that the likely outcome is already known in Iran’s upcoming election, there are issues of debate among candidates, including Iran’s right to enrich uranium for civilian use.
As quoted in the market report:
Second, all candidates agree that any deal must confirm Iran’s right to enrich uranium for civilian use under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. This is a matter of national pride for most Iranians. The P5+1 should concede that under any deal, Iran will have the right to produce uranium enriched up to 5 percent for power generation. The talks should focus instead on securing the removal of all Iranian nuclear fuel enriched above that level, as well as intrusive international monitoring of Iran’s program.
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