Almotamar.net - The Yemen Women Union (YWU) has praised the speech of President Ali Abdullah Saleh in which he called for the dialogue and freezing the constitutional amendments , abandoning violence and chaos and cancelling extension and it embodies his support and keenness on demands of the Yemeni people and security and stability of Yemen , meeting needs of the sons of the people with all their segments and the implementation of the principles of democracy upon which the constitution of Yemeni republic was founded.
A statement by the YWU said leaderships and members of the Union in various provinces of Yemen have followed up in great interest the speech of President Ali Abdullah Saleh in the joint meeting of the parliament and the Shoura Council held on 2 February 2011, which embodies his support and keenness towards demands of the sons of the Yemeni people , security of Yemen and its stability , meeting needs of the sons of the people with all their segments and implementation of the principle of democracy upon which the constitution of the Yemeni republic was founded and preservation of the rights of all the political spectra and adhering to the principle of political and partisan pluralism which were the product of the Yemeni unity , achieved during the era of the President.
The YWU praises meeting the promises made by the President to sons of the homeland and preservation of blood out of his belief in the principle of the unity and democracy.
The YWU calls on all sons of the Yemeni people and the political forces to dialogue and abandoning violence, seditions and sabotage and damaging interest of the homeland and preservation of Yemenís security and stability .
The Presidential decree No. 43 for 2014 was issued on Sunday on the regulation of the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC).
Also the Presidential decree No. 44 for 2014 was issued appointing officials at the Central Organization for Control and Auditing, (COCA) as follows;
- Ameen Mohamed Qassem al-Sherai, Undersecretary of Administrative Units & Subsidized Entities of Sector;
- Fahmi Mohamed Mansour Mohamed, Undersecretary of Audit Sector of Administrative Units & Subsidized Entities;
Yemen and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) signed on Thursday a memorandum of understanding included providing support worth $ 500 million to improve the food security in Yemen.
The memorandum of understanding signed by Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Dr. Mohammed al-Saadi and the WFP representative in Yemen Bishaw Parajuli stipulated the allocation of the support to help about six million Yemenis to face the challenges of food scarcity and food insecurity.
Gunmen have attacked a post office in Hadramout province, killing a security man and looting over 1.6 million rials.
Director General of Post Office of Hadramut valley and desert ,Ibrahim Ba-shuaib, explained to Saba that 12 militants riding a car stormed on Tuesday evening the post office in Hura town after they fired at the office guard who died immediately.
A UN survey shows over 40 % of the Yemeni population still struggle for food, UNICEF said on Tuesday.
The survey's preliminary findings indicated that over 10 million Yemenis don't know where their next meal will come from, while around five million people were found to be severely food insecure, suffering from levels of hunger where external food assistance is generally required.
The Comprehensive Food Security Survey also shows that the prevalence of chronic malnutrition among children under the age of five is beyond the international
The Group of Ten Ambassadors condemned on Monday the violence that has occurred in Amran and its surrounding areas.
In a statement issued by the Group on Monday and handed over to President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi by the U.S. and British ambassadors to Yemen, the Group of Ten Ambassadors condemned the violence that has occurred in Amran and surrounding areas in the north including the taking of the 310th Brigade with all its equipment and burning of the compound.
The Group called on all parties to cease armed conflict that has claimed and continues to claim Yemeni lives. The Group stressed that the Houthis, militias affiliated with political parties, and all armed groups and parties involved in the violence, must stop the fighting, respect all cease-fire agreements they all have committed to, especially that of June 22nd, withdraw from Amran, and turn over weapons to authorities loyal to the national government.
President and Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi has chaired a meeting with Defense Minister Major General Mohammed Nasser Ahmed, Chief of staff, Major General Ahmed Ali al-Ashwal along with a number of military leaders..
The meeting discussed the latest developments on the ground especially events occurred in Amran province. He gave his orders to put security and military forces on alert in the capital Sana'a and neighboring provinces, praising the role played by security and armed forces in consolidating security, stability and public tranquility in