Yemen opposition was accepted - in

says that it remains unclear if Mr Saleh is back, but anti-government demonstrators are already celebrate victory in SanaaYemen of the main opposition party coalition, that he accepted a transfer of power to the Vice President, after President Ali Abdullah Saleh for Saudi Arabia.

Otherwise would try the opposition, which said joint meeting Parties, form an interim Government.

Vice President Abdel Rabbu Mansour Hadi appeared as Mr Saleh on Saturday for medical treatment.

Mr Hadi said Mr Saleh, who was wounded last week in an attack on his marriage in Sana'a, Yemen, would return within days.

Mr Saleh, ruled since 1978, has refused to leave office despite protests and a tribal insurgency, which has brought the country to the brink of civil war.

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Now, at least three people died Monday in the capital Sanaa in clashes with security forces, according to the Ahmar tribe.

"The opposition supported the full handover of power to the Vice President," said Sultan el-Atwani, one of the leading figures in the joint meeting Parties, Reuters news agency.

"In the event that this is by the opposition and the youth of the revolution have alternative options, so a Transitional Council."

Mr Saleh had refused three times to sign an agreement mediated by Gulf countries in which he makes passed on Mr Hadi in exchange for immunity from prosecution would have.

Saudi Arabia said, that continue to parties to the transaction, accept it encourage would according to the country's State-run media.

Mr Saleh have thousands of people celebrated descent.

But there are fears for the stability of the country, installation, home to an al-Qaeda wing conflict with tribal and political divisions and.

Continue reading the most important story 27 January: thousands take to streets of Sanaa in protests inspired by events in Tunisia and Egypt2 February: President Saleh says he does not produce the re-election in 2013; Demonstrators holding "Day of anger" on the next day18 March: 45 protesters die in Sana'a, Yemen to open fire security forces, and international condemnation. Saleh declares state of emergency22 may: Saleh refuses to sign Gulf Cooperation (GCC) deal - power to his Deputy--for the third time; transfer GCC stops mediation23 May: followers of the powerful Hashid tribal Federation get their support for protests against the Government, after the declaration4 June: President Saleh leaves for Saudi Arabia after AttackChest is injured and neck surgery said Saudi officials Mr Saleh had from surgery shrapnel remove subjected to his chest.

There were reports that he would stay in Saudi Arabia for two weeks. a week to recover and another for meetings, but it was not known what he planned to do.

Mr Hadi said the President was good and "home in the coming days, according to the State News Agency Saba would return to" restore.

He added that he had spoken with Mr Saleh on Sunday evening and Monday morning by phone, the news agency said.

Information Vice Minister Abdu al-Janadi, said that, if Mr Saleh left, would it be "in a constitutional way".

In the meantime, thousands of people to the President have dedicated loyal express support for the leaders Monday as a day of fasting.

Even if President Saleh would like to return, it is unlikely is it Saudi Arabia, BBC Middle East correspondent can Jon Leyne says.

Acting President Hadi has already U.S. Ambassador Gerald Michael Feierstein, met State News Agency Saba reported, "the importance of cooperation with the [opposition] common forum" to discuss Alliance.

He can however with Mr Saleh son little real power, and other relatives of the main units of the security forces.

Friday's attack on Mr Saleh came after days of street battles in Sanaa between Government forces and fighters loyal to Sheikh Sadiq al-Ahmar, head of the powerful Hashid tribal Federation.

This power struggle overlaid began widespread street protests earlier in the year, inspired by the riots in Tunisia and Egypt, for democratic reforms and an end to the Mr Saleh rule call.

Some analysts say that Saudi Arabia now used his presence in the country, sign pressure to him on the agreement.

Map of Yemen

Sanaa: Government hostile demonstrations began in the capital this year. In March, Sheikh Sadiq al-Ahmar of powerful Hashid tribal Confederation declared his support for the demonstrators. Fierce fighting broke out between tribal fighters and security forces.

Aden: As in Sanaa, thousands of anti-Government protests have connected. The port was the site of USS Cole suicide bombing on the USS Cole in 2000.

Saada: Truce between Government and Houthi rebels against was agreed in 2010 after six years of struggle. Occasional clashes and anti-Government protests continue.

Abyan and Shabwa provinces: operational bases for al Qaeda. In the year 2010 an offensive against the separatist government thousands of people called to flee.

Yemen opposition was accepted - in