Iranian lawmakers have given President Hassan Rouhani one month to appear before parliament to answer questions on his government's handling of Iran's economic struggles, state media reported yesterday.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who was sworn-in for a second term on Saturday, has accused the United States of trying to undermine Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers, telling President Donald Trump that it will be his political suicide.
Hassan Rouhani has won re-election as Iran's president in a landslide, meaning that it is he who will be dealing with an antagonistic US President Donald Trump.
Allies of Iran's reformist president, Hassan Rouhani, win a landslide victory in Tehran, in the first elections since Iran signed a nuclear deal with world powers.
Iran's parliament approves a historic nuclear deal with world powers on Tuesday, effectively ending debate among lawmakers over the agreement and paving the way for its formal implementation.
Iran's president, vows he will abide by the terms of the preliminary nuclear agreement the country signed with six world powers, where Iran will curb nuclear activities in return for relief from sanctions.