Seems in Iran Lawmakers answer to their higher power, their Ayatollah.
"TEHRAN: Iranian MPs will not derail a nuclear deal with the West, as U.S. lawmakers have threatened to, if the country's supreme leader gives it his backing, parliament's top official said Monday."
"We don't have problems like those in the United States," he said, alluding to the split between President Barack Obama's White House and the U.S. Congress over nuclear talks.
"Speaker Ali Larijani said lawmakers and the government would be unified if an agreement gets the nod from Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has the final word on all policy matters in the Islamic republic.
"Larijani lambasted a letter from Republican senators last week that said a final agreement could be rescinded by another U.S. administration after Obama leaves the White House."
"What the U.S. Congress did was really amateurish,
" Larijani said. "Even their political experts denounced them because they undermined their own integrity. We are not going to copy their mistake."
This story is from Politico;