'Iran to publish detailed report on elections'
Iran is to publish a report on its latest presidential election to clarify in full detail how the complaints about the election results were dealt with, Press TV reported.
The Guardian Council Spokesman Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei told Fars news agency that the "detailed report" will be published for the first time in the coming days.
The report is aimed at resolving any ambiguities some people may still see in the election process, the official said.
"The Guardian Council is working on the final stage of compiling the report and it is expected to be published early next week," he added.
"The report will include details of complaints about the election and the results of the Guardian Council reviews, the formation of the special committee and the measures it took and the correspondence with the presidential candidates," Kadkhodaei added.
The 80-page report will be presented to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei and the Iranian people, he concluded.