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Almotamar Net - The Executive Council of the Yemeni Writers Union YWU has on Sunday announced its condemnation and denunciation of the secessionist calls and any practices offending the unity and democracy. Almotamar.net - The Executive Council of the Yemeni Writers Union YWU has on Sunday announced its condemnation and denunciation of the secessionist calls and any practices offending the unity and democracy.

In its closing abatement of its 3-day extraordinary session held in Sana’a the YWU called on the state and all partied of the political life to resort to logic and reason and open dialogue with civil society organisations, public opinion organisations and political parties springing from the keenness on the future of Yemen and its stability in the way guaranteeing dignity of the citizen and his right to honourable life and equal citizenship.

The statement pointed out that the YWU has followed up the developments at both national and international arenas particularly the those dangers threatening the country , beginning from the economic difficulties due to impact of the world economic crisis , security flaws and resorting to violence in addition to the growth of piracy that threatens Yemen and its neighbours.

YWU’s Council has come out with a vision of the recent events in the country and the ways of contributing in their solution. It has set up a committee for following up the events taking place in a number of Yemen areas. The committee is to be in continuous meeting to follow up the national issues and draw up cultural solutions and treatments hat would help stabilizing social peace and preserve the gains. The Unions vision also contained that all should realize the danger the current situations and what is happening in some of the southern and eastern governorates and keenness on the sound tackling and democracy and patriotism in addition to beginning a of a sincere dialogue with different political parties , including all opposition parties and civil society organisations as well as the active and good forces in the homeland and to explain facts to t o the people who pay the price of any seditions or insurgencies. It said the problems cannot be solved by force or violence but by return to the core and spirit of the unity of 22 May 1990, the commitment to its constitution, historical and civilization necessity in the life of the people as there is no backing off from this great accomplishment in the Arab political life overshadowed with challenges.

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Wednesday, 22-October-2014
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Wednesday, 22-October-2014
President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi sent on Wednesday a cable of congratulations to the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon on the occasion of the United Nations Day.

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Tuesday, 21-October-2014
President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi received on Tuesday head and members of Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC).

During the meeting, Hadi was briefed on the progress the committee has made to date in drafting the new constitution.
Monday, 20-October-2014
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.
Sunday, 19-October-2014

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.
Sunday, 19-October-2014
President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi stressed on Sunday the importance of accelerating the formation of the new government based on the peace and national partnership agreement.

During the meeting, Hadi urged Khalid Bahah, the Prime Minister-designate, to meet with all political powers and components in order to form a new government based on the standards of integrity, competence and experience.

He also emphasized the importance of combining efforts of all political and societal components to face economic and security challenges in the country.
Friday, 17-October-2014
The newly appointed Prime Minister Khaled Bahah has called the International Community to speed up honor their pledges they announced about during Yemen Friends' Meetings held in Riyadh, New York and London.

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Thursday, 16-October-2014
Yemen has called for gathering regional and international efforts to confront and combat the crime of human trafficking.

At the Regional Conference on combating human trafficking hosted by Sudan's capital Khartoum during October 13-16, Yemen stressed in its speech, which was delivered by the ambassador Abdulelah Hajar, the importance of seeking to eliminate the main causes of the growing phenomenon of asylum and illegal immigration, represented in poverty, illiteracy, unemployment ,oppression ,armed conflicts and natural disasters
Thursday, 16-October-2014
The Cabinet discussed in its meeting held Thursday security and economic situations in the country, as well as the performance of the government's institutions.

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Wednesday, 15-October-2014
Japan expressed on Wednesday deep concern and strong condemnation of the terrorist attacks taken place in Sana'a and Hadramout last week.

At least 66 people were killed on October 9 in a suicide bombing in the capital Sana'a and a car bomb attack on an army checkpoint in eastern Hadramout governorate.

"Japan expresses its absolute condemnation of these terrorist acts, and offers sincere condolences to the families of the victims and wishes a speedy recovery to the injured," the Japanese Foreign Ministry spokesman said in a statement posted on the Ministry's

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