You can count Canada on the list of countries that are not convinced about the efficacy of this weekend's historic nuclear deal in the Middle East.
Early Sunday, the so-called P5 (the United States, Russia, China, Germany, France and the U.K.) signed an agreement with Iran that provides that country with about $7-billion in relief from international sanctions in exchange for Iran's promise to curb expansion of its uranium enrichment program and its Arak reactor.
It's a short-term deal: giving the two sides six months to come up with a more comprehensive solution.
U.S. President Barack Obama called it an important first step.
"There are substantial limitations which will help prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon. Simply put, they cut off Iran's most likely paths to a bomb," the President said during a late Saturday night press conference.
"[If] Iran does not fully meet its commitments during this six-month phase, we will turn off the [sanctions] relief, and ratchet up the pressure."
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