It is his first televised speech after suffering an assassination attempt. Ali Abdala Saleh is in Saudi Arabia receiving medical treatment. It has been operated eight times since the attack. The yemeni President, Ali Abdala Saleh, appeared Thursday in the yemeni official television with an unrecognizable appearance, show signs of Burns and the immobile body, in his first speech after suffering an assassination attempt. In his short speech from Riyadh (Saudi Arabia), where receives medical treatment, Saleh said that it supported the participation of all political forces and dialogue to overcome the crisis in Yemen. Saleh travelled to Saudi Arabia last June 4, a day after being injured in an attack on the Presidential Palace, and in that country has undergone eight operations, as he explained during his speech. The yemeni President made an appeal to those who wrongly understood democracy, and stressed that his Government supported the freedom of expression and the opinions of the other always be responsibly.
We support dialogue to reach satisfactory solutions and support the participation of all political forces without anyone imposed their requirement or double arm to another, he said. In this sense, Saleh welcomed this participation within the framework of the law and the Constitution based on the multiparty. Not be transferred power in his speech, Saleh did not make any rrencia to the possibility of a transfer of power, as he collected an initiative of the countries of the Persian Gulf signed by yemeni opposition but rejected by the President. The proposal of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GGC) stipulates a transfer of power to the Vice President, Abdo Rabu Mansur Hadi, within a period of one month after its signature and elections two months later. Yemen is the scene of protests since late January, which the opposition calls for the fall of Saleh and the introduction of political reforms in the country, the poorest of the Arabian peninsula. Source of the news: yemeni President reappears with an unrecognisable appearance and calls the dialog