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Analysis: Khamenei’s election agenda may slow revival of Iran nuclear deal

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By Parisa Hafezi and John Irish DUBAI (Reuters) – Weary negotiators appear increasingly unlikely to revive a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers before the Islamic Republic’s June presidential election, but an extension of talks could reap political gains at home for the supreme leader. The man who ultimately matters in the Iranian nuclear question, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, would like the negotiations between Tehran and six global powers in Vienna to end Iran’s economic isolation, officials and insiders say, but at a favourable time. At stake in Iran is which politica…

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