President Ali Abdullah Saleh left the Hospital

Ali Abdullah Saleh
Ali Abdullah Saleh

President Ali Abdullah Saleh, finally out of hospital after being treated for a long time since severely injured in the attack in his palace last June. However, Ali Abdullah Saleh will still continue the healing process in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, so it could not be immediately returned to Yemen.

"President Ali Abdullah Saleh has left the hospital to undergo a recovery process that accommodated the Saudi government for a few days," said Abdul Hafid Al-Nihari from Yemen's ruling party, the operator, such as Xinhua News Agency, August 7, 2011.

Al-Nihari not mention exactly when President Ali Abdullah Saleh returns to Yemen. He only mentioned that the government of his country is currently run by interim president Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

"Prime Minister Ali Mohammed Mujawar and other officials who were also injured in the bombing along with the president last June has also left the hospital. They will be staying while in Riyadh for the recovery," continued Al-Nihari. "Spokesman Yahya al-Raiee parliament and other officials will also leave the hospital soon."

He said the investigation into the attempted murder in a mosque in Yemen's presidential palace is still ongoing. The ruling party will announce the results of the investigation to the public.

President Ali Abdullah Saleh and 87 top officials rushed to a hospital in Riyadh a day after a incident that killed 12 presidential guards and a government official. When the attack occurred, the president and officials are conducting Friday prayers.

President Ali Abdullah Saleh had faced a seven-month wave of protests that demanded an immediate end to the leadership that has been running for 33 years. But he said it would return to lead to a national peace dialogue with the opposition.