MOSCOW, June 23 (RIA Novosti) - Iran's
controversially re-elected president and new cabinet will be
sworn in between July 26 and August 19, the Islamic Republic's
official news agency said on Tuesday.
IRNA said parliament had decided on the period during
which the presidential oath and the introduction of the new
cabinet will take place.
Earlier on Tuesday, Iranian state television reported that
the Guardian Council, which oversees national elections, said
it would not annul the results of the June 12 presidential vote.
The landslide victory of hardline President Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad on June 12 sparked a week of mass protests amid
opposition allegations of ballot fraud. At least 17 people have
been killed in demonstrations.
Reformist challenger Mir Hossein Mousavi and other
opposition leaders have repeatedly called on the council to
annul the results.