TEHRAN, Iran (AP) -- An Iranian lawmaker is saying Russian women working in the country's sole nuclear power plant do not observe the strict Islamic dress code, though they are paid extra to comply.
Under Iranian law, all women must cover themselves from head to toe in public.
A Tuesday report by the semiofficial ISNA news agency quotes Mahdi Mousavinejad, a representative of the southern Iranian port of Bushehr, where the plant is located, as saying violation of dress code by the Russian workers has had a "corrupting and negative impact" on his constituency.
Mousavinejad says he will report on the case to the Iranian parliament. He did not say how many women were involved or how much they were paid.
Russia says it will hand over the plant to Iranian engineers in mid-2013.
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