According to an Iranian Fars News Agency on the 8th, Iranian Speaker Kalibav wrote to the head of the
Iranian Official Gazette on the same day announcing the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Law adopted by the Iranian Parliament earlier this month and requesting the Official Gazette to officially publish the bill.
The Official Gazette of Iran is a platform for authoritative publishing by the Iranian legislature.
Following the assassination of Fakrizad, an important Iranian nuclear physicist, on the 27th of last month, the Iranian Parliament passed the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Law on the 1st of this month.
The main contents of the bill include: the large increase in the number of centrifuges to produce enriched uranium enriched by 20% and more; and the design and construction of new heavy weights Water reactors, etc.
Iran hopes to adopt the bill to “rejuvenate Iran’s nuclear industry” and formulate a nuclear plan according to its own needs, which will be used to fight against Western sanctions.
The Guardian Council of Iran’s Constitution immediately approved the bill on the 2nd, which will be handed over to the government for specific implementation.
However, at the cabinet meeting on the 2nd, Iranian President Rouhani expressed opposition to the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Law, which was detrimental to diplomatic work.
On the same day, a spokesman for the Iranian government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs also said that the relevant parliamentary plan “dos not help lift the sanctions” and that Iran should take countermeasures within the relevant framework formulated by the Supreme National Security Council.
According to Iranian law, after the Constitutional Guardian Council approves the Anti-Sanctions Strategy Law, Rouhani has five days to sign the bill and announce it to the Official Gazette and demand its publication.
If Rouhani refuses to sign or announce the bill within five days, the Official Gazette is obliged to issue it on the order of the Speaker. The bill will come into force 15 days after the publication of the Official Gazette.