Monday, May 16, 2011

CSOs : What happening in Yemen is political crisis

SANA'A, May 16 (Saba)- Coalition of civil society organizations (CSOs) and trade unions confirmed on Monday that what is happening in Yemen is a political crisis and not a revolution.

This came in a letter handed over by a youth march organized by the coalition of the CSOs in the capital Sana'a to the U.S. ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein, in which they urged the international community to deal with Yemen according to its characteristics and find solutions for its crisis.

In their letter, they called on the international organizations to investigate the credibility of the events in Yemen, noting that what is going on is shedding of fake bloods to provoke the Arab and Western public opinion.

They affirmed in their letter that these events have formed psychological and living pressure on the Yemeni people.

Moreover, the marchers gave the U.S. ambassador a copy of the documented violations against rights and freedoms by the opposition parties.

The participants in the march, who gathered in front of the U.S. embassy's gate, raised up pro-democracy and pro- constitutional legitimacy signs, warning of any coup on the constitutional legitimacy.

They warned of involving youth and young people in conflict with their brothers in the security services and armed forces through pushing youth to break into and vandalize government offices and service facilities .

They held instigators and provocateurs the criminal and political responsibility for results of these confrontations.

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