By: almotamar.net - SANA'A- President Ali Abdullah Saleh called on local councils at both governorate and district level to hold their first meeting at the administrative centers on 1 November this year.
This came in the decision No (21) for 2006 regarding calling on local councils to meet.
The final results of the local council elections showed that the General People's Congress (GPC) won 315 seats at the level of governorates, representing 74.12 percent of the contested seats. Then Islah Party followed, with 28 seats (6.59 percent), while the independent candidates got 20 seats (4.71 percent), the Yemeni Socialist Party got 10 seats (2.35 percent) and the National Social party got only one seat.
At the level of districts, the GPC got 5,078 seats, or 73.75 percent of the total contested; the Islah Party got 794 seats, or 11.50 percent; the Yemeni Socialist Party got 171 seats, or 2.48 percent; the independent candidates got 571 seats, or 8.27 percent; and the Nasserite Popular Unionist Party got 26 seats, representing 0.38 percent; the Federation of Yemeni popular forces got eight seats or 0.12 percent, the National Arab Socialist Ba’ath party won two seats with 0.03 percent, and one seat went to each of the following parties: the Al-Haq party, the Democratic Union of Popular Forces, and Socialist Arab Ba’ath party.
In hope of resolving poverty and facing the community development challenges to meet up with the sustainable development goals agenda, and its subsequent problems on the community, in third world countries; a lot of institutions and governmental bodies invest a lot of efforts and attention into community participation. One of the most important research methodologies introduced in the recent present is the Participatory Action Research which relies entirely on community participation in every aspect of the research from setting goals to presenting the final results. Rather than having community participation as just a research method, this methodology promotes it to become a way of life amongst all segments of the community.
The Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Yemen Jamal Benomar said on Saturday that accelerating the implementation of the Peace and National Partnership Agreement is regarded the best way towards the peaceful change to preserve Yemen security and stability.
Upon arrival in Sana’a, Benomar said that he will meet with President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi and the newly assigned Prime Minister Khaled Bahah, in addition to political leaders of all political spectra.
The Constitution Drafting Committee headed on Wednesday to the United Arab Emirates in order to continue holding its meetings in the capital Abu Dhabi for one month.
“The Committee will start meetings as of Thursday in Abu Dhabi as per its action plan and within the framework of finalizing and revising the first draft of the constitution,” says head of the Committee Ibrahim al-Wazir as quoted by the NDC Media Center.
The Cabinet on Wednesday urged all the concerned political parties to accelerate the formation of a new government.
In its meeting, which was chaired by Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Electricity Abdullah al-Akwa, the cabinet pointed to the importance of the new government formation in stabilizing the political, economic and security situation and overcoming the current problems.
The cabinet's meeting touched on a number of topics, especially the issues related to the service and development aspects.
The cabinet stressed the need to keep the different educational institutions away from any conflicts and the importance of commitment of all parties to maintain the safety of employees and students in these education institutions.
President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi chaired on Monday a meeting of the panel of presidential advisors along with Prime Minister-designate Khalid Bahah.
They reviewed the latest developments in the local arena, besides procedures to form a new government and distribution of the ministerial portfolios in accordance with criteria agreed upon by all components.
Ibb University Council approved Sunday the halt of study in different colleges for a week due to security reasons in the governorate.
The council formed a committee to communicate with the local authority and concerned political forces to withdraw their militants from near the university for it is an educational institution to the governorate's sons.