State Department officials have acknowledged again to Congress that the recently adopted Iran nuclear agreement is not a legally binding document and was not formally signed by any party, according to another in a series of letters sent by the administration to Congress.
“The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is not a treaty or an executive agreement, and is not a signed document,” wrote Julia Frifield, a State Department assistant secretary for legislative affairs, wrote to Rep. Mike Pompeo (R., Kansas) in a Nov. 19 letter responding to his request for information about the deal.
Upon announcing the deal, the Obama administration was forced to admit that the agreement was not a legally binding document or treaty. Neither the United States nor Iran signed the agreement, which is a series of proposals aimed at curbing Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.
Full article: Obama Admin: Iran Nuke Deal Nonbinding (Washington Free Beacon)