An Iraqi election official says a recount of 2.5 million votes cast in Baghdad in Iraq's election on 7 March has been completed and no fraud was found.
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's predominantly Shi'ite electoral coalition demanded the recount of votes cast in Baghdad, alleging fraud.
Mr Maliki's grouping came second in the election, two seats behind a cross-sectarian bloc led by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, a secular Shi'ite.
A spokesman for the Independent High Electoral Commission says the results of the recount will be made public next week.
The results of the recount, which began on 3 May, will be made public on Monday, an Independent High Electoral Commission spokesman said.