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The body overseeing elections in Iran reminded opposition candidates in the disputed presidential election that they have until Sunday to lodge any further complaints about the vote, state-run media reported.

The Guardian Council "has called on all political and religious figures to voice their queries and present any documents on alleged irregularities," according to comments Saturday from council spokesman Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaie, who was quoted by state-run Press TV.

"Mehdi Karrubi and Mir Hossein Moussavi have 24 hours to come into council in person and introduce their representatives," a Press TV anchor reported on air Saturday, referring to the two candidates who contend the vote results are fraudulent. Read full article »

All About IranMir Hossein MoussaviMahmoud AhmadinejadAmnesty International

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