Of: Najmeh Mohammadkhani The issue of Iran's nuclear activities has not only been a diplomatic matter, but has concerned everyone, and has been a daily topic of conversation for the past ten years. Political talks can be heard all over the city, in taxis, the metro, shops and in public places. Optimistic as well as pessimistic Iranians talk, comment and complain about political and economic dilemmas everywhere, and one only needs to be present in a place where there are people, to get an idea of how political decisions affect daily life. The recent nuclear deal signed in Lausanne has sparked heated discussions among Iranians. Many residents of the capital took to the streets to express their joy at the agreement by hooting car horns, waving national flags and singing songs of thanks to President Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. Although last week was a holiday week in connection with the Iranian New Year celebrations, many people eagerly followed. . .
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