Al wefaq party member and former MP, Matar Ebrahim, says his party will boycott the pending by-election.
Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait have now all recalled their ambassadors to Syria, while Jordan has urged Bashar al-Assad to stop shooting people and engage with them.
The story of the Bahrain revolution and how it was brutally crushed.
How a country that had spent years courting the West tried to keep quiet the terror that it unleashed on its own citizens.
What resulted was a muted response that was in stark contrast to Western statements and action on Libya, Syria and Egypt.
Shouting in the dark documents the story of the Bahraini protesters.
Despite the Bahrain government’s insistence to the contrary, reports still widely circulate that torture and arbitrary arrest are widespread in the country.
Amnesty International has called on Bahrain authorities to release two teachers, arrested after they led a strike in March.
The group said they had been held purely for involvement in peaceful protests, and there are allegations that one of the pair has been tortured during her time in detention.
See the full report at Amnesty International
A five-member commission, headed by Mahmoud Cherif Bassiouni, will begin investigating the five months of protest in the country that left at least 32 dead.
The panel will meet with government and military figures, as well as those involved in protests and those who have been detained.
Findings will be reported by October 30th.