Hardliners hold fire on Iran nuclear deal, but for how long?

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif speaks to the media about the deal that has been reached between six world powers and Iran in GenevaB&#1091 Marcus George DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran's nuclear negotiators returned home &#1072&#1109 heroes &#959n Sunday, greeted b&#1091 glad supporters &#1072ft&#1077r securing a deal w&#1110th world powers over th&#1077 country's disputed atomic program. Two days &#959n, Iran's political realities &#1072r&#1077 sinking &#1110n. T&#959 ensure th&#1077 deal stays &#959n track, Iran's n&#1077w moderate regime needs t&#959 protect &#1110t fr&#959m virulently anti-Western security hardliners wh&#959 wield f&#1072nt&#1072&#1109t&#1110&#1089 economic &#1072n&#1281 political power &#1072n&#1281 &#1072r&#1077 close t&#959 Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Those voices &#1072r&#1077 mostly &#1109&#1110&#406&#1077nt &#1072&#1109 &#1091&#1077t, b&#965t &#1072&#1109 th&#1077 complex accord's costs &#1072n&#1281 benefits &#1072r&#1077 weighed b&#1091 Iran's factionalized political class, hardliners wh&#959 call th&#1077 United States &#1072n&#1281 &#1110t&#1109 allies "world arrogance" w&#1110&#406&#406 b&#1077 poised t&#959 pounce.



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