Yemens president left the country, saying that losing power

Yemen's president left the country, saying that losing powerYemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh left the country. He told his supporters that there is a period when you need to pass power. The head of the republic, leaving with his post, wants to go for healing in the United States of America.

The statement stressed that he is going to come back later in Yemen as head of the ruling General People's Congress.

The other day, Saleh was received immunity from suit. Yesterday afternoon, he made his own "farewell speech" to the crowd by leading politicians and security officials. In his speech, he apologized to residents Yemen for the mistakes that were made during his reign, and announced that it was time to pass power.

November 23, 2011 in Saudi Arabia, Saleh signed a compromise agreement with the opposition, according to which its ability to run across Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, the vice-president of the republic. Such conciliation agreement to resolve a protracted political crisis. In general, Ali Abdullah Saleh, as before, remains one of the most influential politicians in the country, followed by the status of "honorary president" will continue until early elections, scheduled for February 21.

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