Iran parliament approves draft law to keep out nuclear inspectors Lisl Brunner at 8:09 PM ET
[JURIST] The Iranian parliament [official website, in Persian] on Tuesday approved a draft of a bill to bar inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) [official website] from entering the country if the UN Security Council [official website] imposes sanctions on Iran for continuing to enrich uranium past the August 31 deadline imposed by Resolution 1696 [PDF text, JURIST report]. Details of the bill are being finalized by the parliament's Commission on National Security and Foreign Policy, said commission spokesman Kazem Jalali.
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