Lt. Gen. Raoul Cedras and Brig. Gen.Philippe Biamby, the remaining two of the triumvirate that ruled Haiti sincethey led a coup in 1991, have resigned and plan to slip into well-heeled exile.Cedras announced he was stepping down five days before the U.S.-imposeddeadline, but screams from hundreds of pro-democracy Haitians drowned out hisfarewell speech from a podium at army headquarters in downtown Port-au-Prince."I have decided to leave our country so my presence will not be a motive tocreate terror," he explained. He left with a salute, turning the army over tohis No. 2, Maj. Gen. Jean-Claude Duperval, who is expected to be replacedquickly by someone with better pro-democracy credentials. Biamby, who made nopublic appearance, tendered his letter of resignation last week and is rumoredto be departing the island with Cedras as early as tonight. Their destination isunknown, but could include Spain or Panama. U.S. officials have speculated fordays that American troops' presence in Haiti had so emboldened Aristidesupporters that the junta leaders knew they couldn't live safely on Haitianturf.