Monday, May 23, 2011

Ali Abdullah Saleh says he is prepared for a civil war

Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh says he is prepared for "civil war" if the opposition insists he leaves office. "If you give in and want to drag the country into civil war, will assume responsibility," said Saleh before warning that they will be "responsible for the blood will flow" if "persist in their stupidity." Saleh has refused to sign the agreement for a peaceful transfer of power proposed by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).

The dictator considered "unofficial" firm opposition to the proposal of the Persian Gulf. In a televised speech, Saleh has criticized that the signature would take place behind closed doors. "I'll sign if the opposition comes to the presidential palace because it will be a partner in a transitional government Why do not you want to attend and instead want to do an act in Riyadh?" Said Saleh, after the last time the ruling General People's Congress change its position and endorsed the plan.

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