Loretta Sanchez issues statement on Iran Nuclear Deal

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (Photo: Chris Prevatt)

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (Photo: Chris Prevatt)

Hot off the press, this statement from Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez on today’s Iran-Nuclear agreement.

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (CA-46), senior member of the House Armed Services Committee and Ranking Member of the Tactical Air and Land Forces Subcommittee, today released the following statement after President Obama announced that the negotiators of the P5+1 nations have reached a nuclear agreement with Iran: 

“The announcement of this proposed deal is a positive sign that the United States and Iran can engage in negotiations despite a volatile history. I recognize it is a historic moment that these two countries have come to the negotiating table and made it this far. 

“However, I continue to have skepticism about Iran’s intentions. I appreciate that this deal relies on verification, not trust; however it is critical that this deal is actually effective. Sanctions have been our most effective tool, and we must be cautious and not rush to repeal all sanctions. 

“I remain extremely concerned that inspectors will not have ‘anytime, anywhere’ access to Iran’s nuclear programs. We must avoid, at all costs, agreeing to a deal we find partly acceptable and instead carefully decide whether this deal will help or hinder our ultimate objective of eliminating Iran’s nuclear capabilities.  

“I look forward to closely reviewing the details of this deal and working with my colleagues to ensure that Iran is held accountable.”

 

  2 comments for “Loretta Sanchez issues statement on Iran Nuclear Deal

  1. Robert Lauten
    July 17, 2015 at 1:37 pm

    Loretta called it on July 14th, – on the 16th we learn:
    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/iran-bans-u-s-inspectors-from-all-nuclear-sites/

    • July 17, 2015 at 2:10 pm

      Right, IEAE inspectors. And inspectors from nations who have diplomatic ties with the nation. That’s all good, those are experts who know what they’re doing and none of them want a nuclear-armed Iran.

      Is this “free beacon” a LaRouchie site? I note that they describe the “tenants” of this deal. How much rent do these tenants pay, and do they get free nuclear power?

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