Daily Management Review

Iran Deal Is Finalised By President Obama’s Personal Talks


Iran deal has been finalised following the vote results which gave a clear signal despite the opposition from the Republicans.

Washington – 07 September 2015 – Many senior diplomats from various countries including France, Russia, Germany, Britain and China held a rendezvous with “undecided Democrats” who were twelve or so in numbers. The meeting took place in the Capitol and was synced just “before the Senate left town for its August break”. The message used after the conference was a blunt one which declared that there was no room for negotiation over the “nuclear agreement with Iran”. This was the best the five powers could “expect” and they do not intend on exploring any threads of further negotiation.
Moreover, Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del spoke in favour of the deal, which proved to be a “crucial support”, although he seemed to have some reservations on his parts, while he remarked:
“They basically said unanimously this is as good a deal as you could get and we are moving ahead with it. They were clear and strong that we will not join you in reimposing sanctions.”
It was a deciding moment for “many if not most” democrats as the said message helped to “ultimately” solidify the decision taken over the nuclear deal, while the U.S President Barack Obama secured “enough votes” in this favour on Wednesday, the 3rd of September 2015. Consequently, despite “fierce and united” opposition of the Republican the agreement was sealed. However, the lawmakers took a point by point approach and highlighted “the warnings from foreign leaders” as the U.N sanction against Iran is bound to be lifted “regardless of what the United States did”.
However, as the bulletin.com writes:
“the president’s potentially legacy-defining victory — a highly partisan one in the end — was also the result of an aggressive, cooperative strategy between the White House and congressional Democrats to forcefully push back against Republican critics, whose allies had launched a determined, $20 million-plus campaign to kill the deal”.
During the month of last summer, an overwhelming demand from the conservatives and the Republicans brought out the “health care legislation” and other such political issues and pushed them onto a trial. At present, the Democrats made sure to maintain the momentum on the Iran agreement even “behind the president”, whereby the House and the Senate take the lead.
The officials from the senior administration department and the cabinet members had a direct conversation with over two hundred senators and the members of the House, while the President held a personal talk with over hundred lawmakers “either individually or in small groups”. Moreover, as per the aides the president “called 30 lawmakers during his August vacation on Martha’s Vineyard”.  On Wednesday an announcement was made by Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md. wherein she said that “she would back the deal” which means that:
“...a presidential veto could not be overridden in the Senate, (while) critics of the agreement said they would continue to press lawmakers to oppose it”.