Wednesday, August 17, 2011

President Saleh announced his return to Yemen

Ali Abdullah Saleh lashed out, Tuesday, August 16th, his opponents and announced his approaching return to Sanaa. Yemeni President addressed his supporters in a speech broadcast on state television from Riyadh, where he is recovering after being injured in an attack against the palace on June 3 Mr Saleh, who was hospitalized two months, appeared in good form and spoke in a voice firm and combative.

He accused the opposition of "stealing" the slogans of the young protesters who oppose his regime and to be composed of "residues of Marxist Taliban and supporters of the Imam," the former king of Yemen. "These evil-minded to have stolen the narrow interests of young slogans of the revolution that established camp at the University in Sanaa," he said about the opponents.

"The crisis was caused by political forces with the intention of coming to power," said Mr Saleh, whose popular demonstrations demanding the end of January since the start of power. Yemeni President used his speech to announce his next return to the country, saying: "See you soon in our capital, Sanaa."

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