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Xanana Gusmao, the East Timorese president, appears to have withdrawn a threat to resign, telling supporters at a rally in the country's capital that he will not abandon them.

Xanana Gusmao, East Timor's president has said he will step down if the prime minister does not assume responsibility for the country's crisis and resign, but the premier said he would not quit.

Few East Timorese knew Mari Alkatiri before he became prime minister, and his authoritarian tendencies and lack of empathy for the people have made him unpopular since.
East Timor's prime minister is facing an ultimatum from the president to resign or be fired.
Xanana Gusmao, the president of East Timor, has reportedly demanded that the country's prime minister resign.

International troops have tightened security across East Timor's capital as protesters gathered to demand the removal of Mari Alkatiri, the prime minister.

About 2,000 people in a convoy of trucks and motorcycles have converged outside the offices of Mari Alkatiri, the unpopular East Timorese prime minister, to demand his resignation.
An army commander behind East Timor's rebellion has blamed the violence on the country's prime minister and urged him to resign.

East Timor's prime minister has challenged a declaration by the president that he had assumed charge of the country's security.

An armed mob has looted the attorney-general's office in East Timor, including an area where evidence of massacres in 1999 was kept.
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