Iran's guardian council to publish details of protests against elections results
Report on consideration of protests against results of presidential elections will be prepared next week. Details of this issue will be published, press-secretary of Iran's guardian council Abbasali Kadhudai said, Fars news agency said.
"The report reflects details of investigation of protests against results of presidential elections, results of investigation of guardian council, creation of special staff for observation for elections, work made by this staff, letters addressed to protesting candidates and committee conducted elections," Kadhudai said.
По его словам, доклад насчитывает 80 страниц. "Доклад будет представлен верховному лидеру, официальным лица и населению Ирана", - сказал пресс-секретарь совета.
Iran's current president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad got 62.63 percent of votes during presidential election on June 12. His rival Mir-Hossein Mousavi got 33.75 percent. He accused authority of falsification of elections results. Actions of protest caused clashes between police and opposition.
According to official information, roughly 20 people died during clashes. According to unofficial information, roughly 150 people died. Roughly 1,032 demonstrators were arrested. Most of them were released.
Several western countries expressed anxiety regarding tension in Iran after elections.