Pakistan's president stable, spokesman says

111207121257-asif-ali-zardari-story-top Pakistan's president has left an intensive care unit at a hospital in Dubai and is "resting to recuperate," his spokesman said Thursday.

President Asif Ali Zardari's doctors say he is "stable, comfortable and is resting," spokesman Farhatullah Babar said.

Reports about the president's health have fueled speculation about whether he might step down.

In a report on the state-run Associated Press of Pakistan, Babar said Zardari is in Dubai "for his regular medical checkup."

"Initial tests and investigations have been within normal range while further tests will be carried out," Babar said.

The APP also carried a report saying opposition leaders called on Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani and inquired about the president's health.

"They prayed for the early recovery of the president," the report said, adding that the "current political situation of the country also came under discussion during the meetings."

Zardari traveled to Dubai on Tuesday.

Another spokeswoman, Farahnaz Ispahani, said Wednesday that the president was undergoing routine tests related to a previously diagnosed heart condition.

The trip to Dubai sparked rumors that Zardari had suffered a heart attack. But Babar, on Wednesday, described those reports as as "speculative, imaginary and untrue."

Babar added that the president went to Dubai "at the insistence" of his children.


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