Tracking the Yemen elections

Updated On Feb 25, 2012 09:09 PM IST
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Yemen's newly elected President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi takes oath at the parliament in Sanaa. Hadi took the constitutional oath to become Yemen's new president on Saturday, formally removing Ali Abdullah Saleh from power after a year of protests that paralysed the impoverished Arabian Peninsular country. Reuters/Khaled Abdullah View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 25, 2012 09:09 PM IST

Yemen's newly elected President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi takes oath at the parliament in Sanaa. Hadi took the constitutional oath to become Yemen's new president on Saturday, formally removing Ali Abdullah Saleh from power after a year of protests that paralysed the impoverished Arabian Peninsular country. Reuters/Khaled Abdullah

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Yemen's newly elected President Abed Rabbu Mansour Hadi waves as he arrives to the Parliament in Sanaa, Yemen. Hadi took the oath of office before the country's parliament Saturday. He replaces Ali Abdullah Saleh, who ruled the country for 33 years before leaving office in a power transfer deal aimed at ending over a year of political turmoil. AP Photo/Hani Mohammed View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 25, 2012 09:09 PM IST

Yemen's newly elected President Abed Rabbu Mansour Hadi waves as he arrives to the Parliament in Sanaa, Yemen. Hadi took the oath of office before the country's parliament Saturday. He replaces Ali Abdullah Saleh, who ruled the country for 33 years before leaving office in a power transfer deal aimed at ending over a year of political turmoil. AP Photo/Hani Mohammed

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Electoral workers count ballot papers cast by voters during the presidential elections in Sanaa. Yemen pushed Ali Abdullah Saleh from power after 33 years on Tuesday, voting to install his deputy as president with a mission to rescue the nation from poverty, chaos and the brink of civil war. Reuters/Mohamed al-Sayaghi View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 25, 2012 09:09 PM IST

Electoral workers count ballot papers cast by voters during the presidential elections in Sanaa. Yemen pushed Ali Abdullah Saleh from power after 33 years on Tuesday, voting to install his deputy as president with a mission to rescue the nation from poverty, chaos and the brink of civil war. Reuters/Mohamed al-Sayaghi

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A policeman organizes female voters during presidential elections in Sanaa. Yemen sealed President Ali Abdullah Saleh's exit from power by electing his deputy, Vice President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, to shepherd the country away from the brink of civil war. Reuters/Mohamed al-Sayaghi View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 25, 2012 09:09 PM IST

A policeman organizes female voters during presidential elections in Sanaa. Yemen sealed President Ali Abdullah Saleh's exit from power by electing his deputy, Vice President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, to shepherd the country away from the brink of civil war. Reuters/Mohamed al-Sayaghi

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Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tawakul Karman shows her inked thumb after casting her vote at a polling station in Sanaa. Yemen sealed President Ali Abdullah Saleh's exit from power on Tuesday by electing his deputy, Vice President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, to shepherd the country away from the brink of civil war. Reuters/Stringer View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 25, 2012 09:09 PM IST

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tawakul Karman shows her inked thumb after casting her vote at a polling station in Sanaa. Yemen sealed President Ali Abdullah Saleh's exit from power on Tuesday by electing his deputy, Vice President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, to shepherd the country away from the brink of civil war. Reuters/Stringer

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A woman looks at a ballot paper with a photo and name of Yemen's Vice President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi as she casts her vote during the presidential elections in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden. Yemen sealed President Ali Abdullah Saleh's exit from power on Tuesday by electing his deputy, Hadi, to shepherd the country away from the brink of civil war. Reuters/Khaled Abdullah View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 25, 2012 09:09 PM IST

A woman looks at a ballot paper with a photo and name of Yemen's Vice President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi as she casts her vote during the presidential elections in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden. Yemen sealed President Ali Abdullah Saleh's exit from power on Tuesday by electing his deputy, Hadi, to shepherd the country away from the brink of civil war. Reuters/Khaled Abdullah

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Women anti-government protesters sit at Taghyeer (Change) Square as the results of the presidential elections are announced in Sanaa. Reuters/Khaled Abdullah View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 25, 2012 09:09 PM IST

Women anti-government protesters sit at Taghyeer (Change) Square as the results of the presidential elections are announced in Sanaa. Reuters/Khaled Abdullah

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Anti-government protesters shout slogans at Taghyeer (Change) Square as the results of the presidential elections are announced in Sanaa. Reuters/Khaled Abdullah View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 25, 2012 09:09 PM IST

Anti-government protesters shout slogans at Taghyeer (Change) Square as the results of the presidential elections are announced in Sanaa. Reuters/Khaled Abdullah

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