TEHRAN (AFP) - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad again slammed US President Barack Obama on Saturday for interfering in Iran, as debate over the Iranian Presidents re-election showed no sign of abating. Tehrans streets appeared quiet after authorities warned that any further protests would be suppressed. Irans top political arbitration body, the Expediency Council, called on all the candidates to cooperate with a panel supervising a partial recount of the votes on the orders of electoral watchdog the Guardians Council, ISNA news agency said. One of the defeated candidates, Mohsen Rezai, said he was prepared to serve on the panel and urged his fellow losers, Opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, to join him. But Guardians Council spokesman Abbasali Kadkhodai said none of the candidates had yet named representatives to the recount panel as an evening deadline to do so loomed. As far as I know and as far as the media has said, they have not forwarded the names of their representatives who are supposed to be part of the panel to supervise the recount, Kadkhodai told the Mehr news agency. Ahmadinejad berated Obama, saying: He who spoke of reforms and changes, why did he interfere and comment in a way that disregards convention and courtesy? On Friday, Obama said Irans outrageous crackdown on demonstrators would hit his hopes for direct talks with Iran. On Friday, foreign ministers of the Group of Eight leading powers said they were concerned about the aftermath of the Iranian presidential election. We fully respect the sovereignty of Iran. At the same time we deplore post-election violence which led to the loss of lives of Iranian civilians and urge Iran to respect fundamental human rights. Iran regretted the interfering and hasty position taken by the G8 ministers, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hassan Ghashghavi said. Officials meanwhile seized documents and computers from a political party that backed Ahmadinejads main challenger Mousavi, a reformist newspaper reported. Officials inspected the office of the Executives of Construction party in Tehran and took away its documents and computers, the Etemad Melli newspaper. The editor of a campaign newspaper for Mousavi accused him of causing the death of Iranians in protests about the disputed election results, local media reported. Amir Hossein Mahdavi, 27, told reporters gathered at ISNA news agency he was also a member of the Islamic Revolution Mojahedeen Organisation - one of the key reformist groups backing Mousavi for the June 12 poll. Meanwhile, Iran summoned Swedish Ambassador Magnus Werndstedt after an employee of its embassy in Stockholm was injured in what Tehran called a terrorist attack, the official IRNA news agency reported on Saturday. Following the terrorist attack by anti-revolutionary groups on Irans embassy in Stockholm on Friday, the Swedish ambassador was summoned immediately, the IRNA report said.