Posted on May 16, 2016 by at YourNewsWire.com
The Iranian parliament has given preliminary approval to a bill requiring the government to sue the US for the damage that the country suffered as a result of the hostile moves by the United States over the past 63 years.
According to an IRNA news agency report, the Iranian parliament conducted a preliminary voting session in Tehran on Sunday
Sputnik News reports:
The bill calls on the government to take legal action against the US government in an international court.
The vote followed the release of newly declassified documents containing details of the CIA-orchestrated ouster of Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh 60 years ago…. read more here
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