The government claims Iran interfered in protests this spring, leading Saudi-led Gulf forces to enter Bahrain, but the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry found no evidence of foreign meddling, the Financial Times reported.
A spokesman for opposition party al-Wefaq said opposition leaders would be willing to work with Crown Prince Sheik Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa if he agreed to implement the commission's recommendations.
"If he is given a chance to revive his initiative for a resolution we are ready to work with him," Khalil al-Marzooq told reporters, the Times said.
Al-Wefaq called for greater U.N. involvement in advancing the commission's report recommendations.
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