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Ali Abdullah Saleh
Preses o Yemen
In office
22 Mey 1990* – 27 Feburar 2012
Prime Meenister Haidar Abu Bakr al-Attas
Muhammad Said al-Attar
Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani
Faraj Said Bin Ghanem
Abd al-Karim al-Iryani
Abdul Qadir Bajamal
Ali Muhammad Mujawar
Mohammed Basindawa
Vice President Ali Salim al-Beidh
Abd Rabbuh Mansur al-Hadi
Precedit bi Himself (North Yemen)
Haidar Abu Bakr al-Attas (South Yemen)
Succeeded by Abd Rabbuh Mansur al-Hadi
Preses o the Yemen Arab Republic
In office
18 Julie 1978 – 22 Mey 1990
Prime Meenister Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani
Abd al-Karim al-Iryani
Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani
Precedit bi Abdul Karim Abdullah al-Arashi
Succeeded by Himsel (Yemen)
Preses o the Yemen Arab Republic
In office
24 Juin 1978 – 18 Julie 1978
Preses Abdul Karim Abdullah al-Arashi
Precedit bi Abdul Karim Abdullah al-Arashi
Succeeded by Position abolished
Personal details
Born 21 Mairch 1942 (1942-03-21) (age 72)[1]
Al-Ahmar, Mutawakkilite Kinrick o Yemen
(nou Yemen)[2]
Poleetical pairty General Fowkcongress
Spoose(s) Asama Saleh
Releegion Zaydi Shia Islam[2]
*Abd Rabu Mansur Hadi servit as Actin Preses from 4 Juin 2011 – 23 September 2011.

Field Mairshal Ali Abdullah Saleh (Arabic: علي عبدالله صالح‎; born 21 March 1942[2][3][4]) wis the first Preses o the Republic o Yemen. Saleh wis the last Preses o the Yemen Arab Republic (North Yemen) frae 1978 till 1990 an aw, at which time he assumit the office o chairman o the Presidential Cooncil o a post-unification Yemen. He wis the langest-servin preses o Yemen, rulin frae 1978 tae 2012.[5] He signed a greement in November 2011 that cried for him tae relinquish office bi Februar 2012.[6]

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  1. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named presidentsaleh.gov.ye
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "YEMEN – Ali Abdullah Saleh Al-Ahmar.". APS Review Downstream Trends. 26 June 2006. Retrieved 7 April 2011. 
  3. The Hutchinson encyclopedia of modern political biography. Helicon. 1999. 378. ISBN 9781859862735. Retrieved 14 March 2011. 
  4. Encyclopedia of World Biography. Thomson Gale. 2005–06. Retrieved 7 April 2011. 
  5. Dresch, Paul (2000). A History of Modern Yemen. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 184. ISBN 0-521-79482-X. 
  6. "Saleh, Yemen’s great survivor, finally quits power". Khaleej Times. 23 November 2011. Retrieved 23 November 2011.