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Conservatives increase pressure on Rouhani - Al-Monitor: the Pulse of the Middle East

3.8.15

Conservatives increase pressure on Rouhani - Al-Monitor: the Pulse of the Middle East: Among the myriad Iranian political actors, the moderate president is the major short-term winner of the "best" feasible settlement to the nuclear row. In his 2013 campaign, Rouhani promised to curb galloping inflation that exceeded 40% in October 2013, resolve the nuclear standoff that was pushing the country toward war, and lift the crippling economic sanctions that intensified between 2010 and 2012. He has now met these promises and is not shy about making it clear.

Rouhani's latest achievement will make him more popular at home and provide him with stronger leverage for political bargaining with stubborn rivals — the main losers, politically speaking, of the landmark deal.


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