Yemen: Saleh vows to remain steadfast amid protests

By REUTERS
April 20, 2011 20:41

 
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SANAA - Yemen's embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh told a group of supporters he would remain steadfast and would not accept "conspiracies or coups."

"Those who want power or to gain the seat of power should do it by heading to the ballot box. Change and departure will be through voting under the legal framework of the constitution," Saleh, who has ruled the impoverished Arabian Peninsula state for 32 years, was quoted as saying by Yemen's official state news agency.

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