And after all, that is a prerogative of the victors. “Iran condemns some nuclear incentives,” from Reuters, with thanks to JE:
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has rejected some proposals from six world powers trying to persuade it to stop its atomic fuel work.
It says it will offer its own amendments.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi has not specified what changes to the package Iran might seek but it has always rejected the central crux of the proposal, that it should give up enriching uranium.
The deal will fail without a concession on this.
Mr Asefi says Iran will study the package further.
“There are points which are acceptable,” he said.
“There are points which are ambiguous and there are points that we believe should not exist.”