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Yemen’s Saleh to Resign in Exchange for Immunity, Official Says - Businessweek

Yemen’s Saleh to Resign in Exchange for Immunity, Official Says - Businessweek: "April 23 (Bloomberg) -- Yemen President Ali Abdullah Saleh agreed to accept a Gulf Cooperation Council-brokered plan that allows him to cede power in exchange for immunity, a government official said.

Saleh agreed to transfer power to a deputy within 30 days and to elections 60 days after that, Tarik al-Shami, spokesman at the ruling General People’s Congress, said in a telephone interview today. The opposition must end protests and accept immunity for Saleh and his aides and all terms of the GCC plan, al-Shami said."

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Clearing House
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- "HP"
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