Rezaei to Al Mayadeen: "we won't accept any amendment to Nuclear Deal"
In an exclusive interview with Al Mayadeen, Iran candidate Mohsen Rezaei said that he will pay housewives salaries, providing job opportunities and low-cost housing for Iranians.
Iran’s presidential candidate Mohsen Rezaei said, “We will seek to curb prices and would regulate them explicitly”, adding that “the Iranian people will witness a hopeful and optimistic future throughout the first year”.
In an exclusive interview with Al-Mayadeen, Rezaei confirmed that he has "programs related to workforce, decreasing interest rates, and commercial dealings with 15 neighboring countries."
Rezaei went on to declare that "Iran's economic growth, which was disregarded by previous governments, is one of his most important plans. I now feel that invaders from big powers sought to influence the course of affairs in the country."
He also added that "political disagreements that exist can serve as a suitable platform for our adversaries”.
Moreover, Rezaei also stated that he will work to prevent any outsiders from interfering with Iran's internal affairs and that one of his initiatives is to "advance real independence in Iran."
One of the pillars of his governmental policy, according to the top Iranian figure, is “to encourage regulatory reform within the state, along with repairing the relationship between reformists and fundamentalists.”
"I will propose a model of development which is partially connected to the economy of life," the Iranian candidate stated, emphasizing that his goal is to end poverty in all its forms.”
In the other half, he added that “his program will work to make Iran a developed and affluent country, bringing it to an advanced stage of economic growth.”
Furthermore, Rezaei promised to "provide support and salaries for housewives, support workforce, and provide affordable housing for the people.”
He also vowed to distribute a "30% share of the oil revenue to the people," saying, "with these five things, in fact, no Iranian will live below the poverty line."
Rezaei: “Our government depends on collective minds”
In the same vein, Rezaei stated that "Iran has a new political system, and novel ideas are being regenerated," adding that his country is "moving away from old concepts, systems, and old techniques that have not yielded economic outcomes."
He also noted that “Iran has built a new system in the field of military, given that it is the region's leader in defense and security, meanwhile the economic contribution of cultural industries still dominated by old and traditional beliefs”.
"The six candidates are my competitors since I entered the battle independently, and I represent the revolutionary forces," the top Iranian figure added.
Rezaei stressed that "our government will be an administration that relies on collective minds and on general consensus among all the efficient forces."
“Normal ties unlikely before nuclear deal”
With regard to foreign relations with Iran, Rezaei said that "Iran's relationship with European countries must be based on actions and procedures."
In terms of relations with the US, he believes that “until the nuclear agreement is resolved, there will be no ties between the two countries,” adding that “the US must first fix its stance on Iran deal and remove all sanctions. Subsequently, we will see what happens.”
Rezaei pointed out that if the US sanctions continue, "we will develop our nuclear capabilities, and we will even exceed 60 percent enrichment," noting that "the US has no choice but to enter into serious negotiations with Iran."
"As soon as I take over my government," the Iranian candidate added, "the path will be opened for negotiations between the P5+1 group and Iran, and I believe we can swiftly obtain a practical conclusion in the nuclear accord."