Former presidential candidate of Iran Mohsen Rezaee did not rule out possibility of involving his representative to investigate team a in the event of a similar step from the other candidates Mir-Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, ILNA reported.
The letter sent by Rezaee to Guardian Council Secretary General Ali Jannati welcomed launching of a special group to investigate election irregularities. He called on Mousavi and Karroubi to get actively involved with this process.
"The decision of the Council to launch investigation team was late, but worthy of respect. If Mousavi and Karrubi nominate their representatives to the team, I will follow their example," Rezaee said.
A special investigation team was launched to gain confidence of presidential candidates who do not agree with the outcome of the elections, Guardian Council Spokesperson Abbasali Kadkhodaei said. "The investigation team will investigate the electoral process, recount 10 percent of the votes and investigate acts of protest," he said.
The team will also include representatives of former presidential candidate Mousavi, Karroubi and Rezaee, he added.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won the June 12 presidential elections by 62.63 percent of votes. His nearest rival Mir-Hossein Mousavi won 33.75 percent of votes. Mousavi announced his victory even before the official results were published. Later he accused authorities of rigging election results. Protest actions against election results were followed by clashes which claimed 150 lives.