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Argentina lawmakers pass AMIA deal with Iran

Service : Politic
Tehran, March 2, (ICANA) – Argentinean lawmakers have passed a deal struck with Iran to set up a “fact-finding commission” to investigate the deadly 1994 bombing of AMIA Jewish center, Press TV reports.
Sunday, March 03, 2013 4:46:32 PM
Argentina lawmakers pass AMIA deal with Iran

The memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed into law after a 14-hour session with 131 ayes against 113 nays.

“Argentina is a country that has taken an independent international position regarding political, economic and financial powers in the world. Such independence has allowed us to reach an agreement with a country which would need to cooperate in the [AMIA] investigation. The possibility of the justice in the AMIA case is based on the exercise of the autonomy,” Argentinean lawmaker, Guillermo Carmona said.

The vote came after tense debates with fierce reactions from opposition lawmakers, who said the national government’s “sovereignty and authority,” was in the decline.

The Argentinean government says the deal with Tehran will allow judicial officials from Buenos Aires to question Iranian citizens on the 1994 attack.

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