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Jul 14, 2011

Hillary Clinton Retirement Next Year

WASHINGTON - As long as this implied the news that Minister of Foreign Affairs of the United States (U.S.) Hillary Clinton will withdraw from politics. But yesterday, he was sure that next year will retire from his position.

In an interview with BBC television, the former first lady claimed to love what he did today. But he can not deny fatigue during the task as a foreign minister who had to keep traveling.

"I love doing what I do today. Thanks to yoga and exercise routine, lucky my health continues to be protected," said Hillary Clinton was quoted as saying by AFP on Friday (15/07/2011).

Clinton was deeply want to spend time with friends and family and not go on. "This made ​​me to decide to go back to ordinary citizens after my tenure is over," he said.

63-year-old woman continued to be a relentless public spotlight since the late 1970s. At that time he was still the wife of the Governor of Arkansas, which is the first political position of her husband, Bill Clinton. Then the sequence to be U.S. First Lady and New York Senator and currently the secretary of state.

In 2008, Clinton lost the nomination as Democratic presidential candidate than Barack Obama. Retirement decision is certainly dismissed the news he would run in the upcoming U.S. Presidential election.

Over the past served as U.S. Secretary of State, Clinton is closely involved with the politics of the world which is also related to U.S. interests. One of the close attention today is the conflict that occurred in Libya. Where the former lawyer managed to push the UN mandate to take action against the regime of Muammar Gaddafi.