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Sunday, 27-August-2006
Almotamar Net - SEYOUN- Faisal Bin Shamlan, Joint Meeting Parties (JMP)s presidential candidate, said Bin Ayfan district, located in Hadramout governorate, is a center for drugs harbored by the government. By: Essam al-Sufiani - SEYOUN- Faisal Bin Shamlan, Joint Meeting Parties (JMP)'s presidential candidate, said Bin Ayfan district, located in Hadramout governorate, is a center for drugs harbored by the government.

In his second electoral festival held Saturday in Seyoun, Bin Shamlan said he obtained a report released by a foreign authority stating Bin Ayfan district is a center for drugs, accusing the state of not controlling it. "Don't you read reports released abroad?" he addressed the attendants.

Bin Shamlan reminded the citizens of the policy which the Yemeni Socialist Party (YSP) used to adopt as it accused the government of being procrastinating in returning lands to their owners according to their documents before the YSP confiscating them during its reign in Southern Yemen.

During the festival, attended by a small rally and televised by Yemeni satellite channel, Bin Shamlan instigated governorates against one another, stating some governorates are granted vacancies while Hadhramout, Marib, Shabwa and al-Jawf governorates are not. "Smoke and gases go to you, while petroleum vacancies go to others," he noted.

The JMP presidential candidate is running his campaign disguised in beggary, never hesitated to describe military and police members as beggars. "Military and police forces should be granted adequate salaries so that they wouldn't beg citizens or others. How come we ask military and police members to protect the country and provide security for its citizens while they receive petty salaries?"

Bin Shamlan didn't differentiate between the republican regime and government as he asked to change the current regime and replace it by a fair one, which he didn't reveal, but this time calling to overthrow the state which he described as a "cancer".

Indicating to his worn-out memory, Bin Shamlan forgot that he is a presidential candidate as he elaborated on Seyoun problems like watercourses and valley trees, as if he is running for local elections, unaware of his presidential platform. This proves what has been said that Bin Shamlan had his platform ready, commenting only on the way it was phrased, and that –according to the head of his campaign- he rephrased it using his awesome literary style.

By using contradicting speeches, instigating language, and referring to the past, Bin Shamlan puts an end to several violations made by JMP newspapers. Controlling the JMP presidential festival by Islah Party has provoked and enraged other leaderships of the JMP as they said this act on the part of Islah restricted their participation in the festival.

Sources that attended the festival said the festival began with a welcoming speech by the head of Islah Seyoun Branch, followed by Bin Shamlan and then Vice-chairman of Islah Shoura Council. Sources added that Islah leadership of Seyoun Branch interrupted the citizens' questions during Bin Shamlan's speech, justifying there was no need to make such questions in the festival.
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28-08-2006
Shamlan is nothing but a puppet for the opposition parties to execute their PR agenda in this campaign. They know they're not going to win.

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Friday, 12-December-2014

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He made the remarks after briefing the UN Security Council on the developments in Yemen.

He said he briefed the council on "the enormous challenges Yemen is facing on the political, economic and security fields," Benomar told reporters after the meeting.

He also focused in his briefing on the "tardy implementation of National Peace and Partnership Agreement (NPPA)."
Thursday, 11-December-2014
Yemen and the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) signed on Thursday a joint action plan for 2015.

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Wednesday, 10-December-2014

The Republic of Yemen has strongly denounced the Israeli aggression which led to the killing of the Palestinian Minister and Head of Popular Committee Against the Settlement and Apartheid Ziad Abu Ain.

"While the Republic of Yemen denounces this brutal assault, it shoulders Israel the responsibility of this atrocious act that contradicts humanitarian values," said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a release issued on Wednesday.
Tuesday, 09-December-2014
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has held in Amman, Jordan, a four-day workshop on the implementation of Yemen's project portfolio.

The workshop, which started on Monday, also intends to review the general conditions and adopted procedures for all IFAD projects and financing agreements.

Representatives of at least 30 relevant bodies take part in the workshop, including Economic Opportunities Fund (EOF), and Ministries of Planning and International Cooperation, Finance, Agriculture and Fisheries.

At the opening session of the workshop, Yemen's project portfolio Director Mohammed Abdul-Qader talked about the importance of applying the IFAD-adopted procedures and regulations of the financing agreement and the general conditions to implement projects, stressing that IFAD's all projects aim to eradicate poverty in rural areas.
Monday, 08-December-2014
Army troops thwarted on Tuesday an al-Qaeda suicide attack by two bomb cars targeted the First Military Region in Sayoun city, Hadramout, a military official said.

Defense Ministry's website quoted the military official as saying "Two bomb cars were destroyed, after terrorists tried to enter the region by them."
Sunday, 07-December-2014
Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council Abdul Latif bin Rashid al-Zayani has warned that Yemen is on the prim of a looming catastrophe because of foreign influence and private interests of some parties in the crisis Yemen has witnessed.

This was mentioned in his speech at the 10th round of the Manama Dialogue which is taking place during 5 – 7 December in the Bahraini capital, Manama.

“I believe that the Gulf initiative to settle the Yemeni crisis has included most, if not all, the related aspects to improve a general and active approach to solve security and strategic issues which primarily requires participation of the most effective bodies,” GCC Secretary General al-Zayani said.

“Despite all the support given to Yemen by the regional and international community, this country is at the edge of an impending disaster due to foreign influence and private interests of some influential parties in the crisis,” he added.
Saturday, 06-December-2014
A US journalist and a South African citizen held by al-Qaeda in Yemen were killed during a rescue attempt by US and Yemeni forces, the Supreme Security Committee (SSC) said on Saturday.

A security crackdown was carried out by Yemeni Counter-terrorism forces in coordination with U.S. forces to free the two hostages who were held at the terrorist Saeed al-Daghari's house in Abadan village in Shabwa province, an official source at the SSC told Saba.

The security crackdown asked at first the terrorist elements to surrender themselves and release the hostages, but they refused to do so and immediately proceeded to shoot the hostages to kill them, the source explained.
Friday, 05-December-2014
Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Abdullatif al-Zayani has strongly condemned the bombing attack at the residence of the Iranian ambassador to Yemen.



In a press statement , al-Zayani said that the Yemeni political forces and all the Yemeni people components must stand against terrorists who want to destroy security and stability of Yemen.



He urged the political forces to support the political solution based on the GCC initiative which averted Yemen from entering into violence and instability.
Thursday, 04-December-2014
The U.S. denounced on Thursday the bomb attack on the Iranian ambassador's residence in Sana'a, calling for a "thorough" investigation.

"The United States condemns the bombing at the Iranian ambassador’s residence in Sana’a earlier on Wednesday and expresses its condolences to the families of the victims,” State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf was quoted as saying in a statement.

"Attacks on diplomatic facilities and against diplomats contravene all international norms and can never be justified or excused," Harf said, urging the Yemeni authorities to open a " thorough" investigation and "bring the perpetrators to justice".

On the other hand, France condemned on Thursday, in a statement issued by its Foreign Ministry, the bomb attack on the Iranian ambassador's residence in Sana'a, expressing its condolences to the families' victims.
Wednesday, 03-December-2014
General People's Congress (GPC) condemns bomb attack at the residence of the Iranian Ambassador, which caused a number of deaths and casualties.

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