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Political Talks in Yemen Hit Turbulence From the Start
Cat : Peace And Security
Date : 10/02/2015                      Reader : 69

H.D.A: AMERICAN PRESS SUPPORTS HOUTHY AND EX PRESIDENT SALEH!!NYT TALKS ABOUT POLITICAL TALKS UNDER ARMED MILITIA OF HOUTHY!!HOW SUCH TALKS WOULD PROCEED?!!WESTERNS DELIVERED YEMEN TO IRAN THEIR FIDEL ALLY AGAINST SUNNIS!!!!YEMEN DEMOCRACY IS CEASED BY WESTERNS WHO PREFER MINORITY RULE OF SHIITE TO SERVE THEIR INTERESTS AND ISRAEL AGENDA IN THE REGION!!WESTERNS DROPPED THEIR VALUES OF DEMOCRACY,HUMAN RIGHTS,AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION,WHO IMPOSED MILITARY REGIMES,MINORITY RULE,FAR FROM PEOPLE INTERESTS!!YEMEN IS UNDER AMERICAN COLONISATION!!!

 

NYT.COM         10-2-2015

 

 
 

Political Talks in Yemen Hit Turbulence From the Start

 

SANA, Yemen — Feuding political parties resumed United Nations-mediated talks with the Houthi militants controlling Yemen’s capital on Monday, but two parties withdrew within hours complaining of threats from the Houthis.

The talks are regarded as crucial to reverse deepening political anarchy in Yemen, the Arab world’s most impoverished country and an incubator of Qaeda militants who are a frequent target of American drone strikes.

United Nations officials had coaxed the parties back to negotiations three days after the Houthis’ unilateral declaration of a plan to form a new government and choose a president.

But soon after the first session began on Monday, Abdullah al-Noman, the secretary general of the Nasserist Organization, a small party, accused one of the top Houthi negotiators, Mehdi al-Meshaat, of threatening to use force to compel the other parties to accept the Houthis’ plan.

 


 
 
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