Saturday, July 25, 2015

Iran Deal Violates Existing Treaty

It's not just unconstitutional, this well-known lawyer is pointing out something everyone else forgot... it VIOLATES a pre-existing treaty between the United States and Iran...

(WND) Activist lawyer Larry Klayman, a veteran of courtroom battles with presidents, including Bill Clinton and George Bush, is suing President Obama and others over the newly announced deal with Iran, alleging its ratification process is unconstitutional.

"A president cannot lawfully override or amend a treaty simply by issuing an order, even if he calls it an executive order or some other form of international agreement," the action, filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, explains. ...

"The previously existing treaty between Iran and the United States on the same subject, the 1968 Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, having been duly and properly ratified by a two-thirds vote in favor by the U.S. Senate, cannot now be constitutionally modified by the defendants without complying with the treaty ratification process."...

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