The head of a committee set up by the government to study ways of implementing the report's recommendations resigned Saturday, apparently out of frustration with the lack of progress.
The 15-year-old killed Saturday, Sayed Hashim Saeed, was from the southeastern Bahraini island of Sitra. He was hit by a tear gas canister and later died at a hospital, said Hadi al-Mousawi, a spokesman for the country's largest Shiite opposition group, Al Wefaq.
"Ongoing repression in Bahrain is happening amid international silence as people demand democratization and reject dictatorship," said Al Wefaq in a statement.
The special commission that investigated Bahrain's turmoil outlined a number of recommendations. They include allowing some 4,000 workers fired for taking part in protests to return to their jobs, releasing political prisoners who made confessions under abuse, and throwing out guilty verdicts for those tried in state security courts, which have since been dissolved.
The head of the committee tasked with studying the recommendations, Ali Saleh, resigned, saying in a statement Saturday that he was attacked by state media and senior government officials for trying to do his job. He did not elaborate.