Saturday, 25 June 2011

Yemeni President Ali Abdallah Saleh, who is in Saudi Arabia due to injury in the attack on the Palace earlier this month, will return to Sanaa in the coming days. " President now rests in a military hospital in the Saudi capital of Riyadh, his condition is stable and good, " official of the ruling party on Friday.


A senior official of the ruling party said earlier this week that Saleh would return June 24, but later said the President to undergo cosmetic surgery for severe burns on his body and needed several days to return home.

As every Friday, for and against the protestors gathered in the field of public administration in Sana'a to urge to achieve their political demands.

Protesters against the Government, said they want a Presidential Council of transition to the post-Saleh. "we believe that Saleh could not return or to rule this country again", said Adel Al - Yazidy, an activist of the protests. "a provisional Governing Council must be composed of all political forces, which will be the beginning to the end to a prolonged stalemate," he added.

Meanwhile, pro-government protesters staged a demonstration on the same scale in the square near the Palace of Saleh, carrying posters of President and chanted slogans condemning the attack 03 of June, according to State television. Officials of the ruling party on several occasions, said Saleh "continue its constitutional duty as President of Yemen, after returning from Riyadh".

Sporadic gunfire and Fireworks you can listen to in Sanaa recently at night, according to government officials is a kind of celebration for
Saleh healing. the 69-year-old President faced a five-month protest with a demand to resign. A Saudi diplomat in Sanaa told Xinhua that the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) in support of the political changes in Yemen, on the initiative of the GCC, which mediates during the deterioration of the situation Yemen can influence the Governments of the countries of the Persian Gulf.
under : Saudi Arabia, Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen, Riyadh, List of Presidents of Yemen.



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