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crazy yemen

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YEMEN, HOW ARE YOU? INTRODUCTION NAME MAP Flag National Emblem Population Religion conflict The Republic of Yemen Sana'a 24,133,492 (July 2011 est.) Muslim Jewish, Christian, and Hindu Enthnic Group Arab Afro-Arab,
South Asians, Europeans Parties and Leaders Capital Economy low economic country:
declining oil resources economic reform program:
diversify the economy economic assisstance received:
concessional loans and aids General People's Congress (GPC) the Joint Meeting Parties (JMP) Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Opposition Party: Mid-January Sana-government corruption /
poor economy of Yemen
Jan .27th Feb.2nd Feb. 3rd Feb.12 Feb.21st Feb.26th Feb.28th Mar.3rd Mar.4th Mar.18th Apr. 2nd Apr.8th Apr.23rd Apr. 27 May 2nd protestors:
step down “Day of Rage”.
protestors anti-govt.
General People's Congress Saleh: will not run for reelection
in 2013 protestors celebrate resignation of Mubarak Saleh: "the ballot box" Tribes
joined the protests Saleh:
national unity government
opposition:
step down, rejection opposition: a transition
plan Saleh:rejected
Protestors:
biggest anti-Saleh
demonstrations protesters:
at least 40 dead Saleh:
"constitutional transfer
of power," “coup”
Protestors:
rejected Saleh: reject GCC’s offer to
step down Saleh: accepted to step down
after 30 days
1.immunity for him and his family
2.stop public protests
3.join a coalition with Saleh's ruling party
Oppostition: rejected the conditions Opposition: agreed to the GCC
brokered deal Saleh: will not sign, reservation
Opposition:not too fond of,
prosecuted for crimes continue...... NYT: hardly a revolution http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/09/opinion/09blumi.html?scp=1&sq=yemen&st=Search The Times:Freshmen generation of extremist means Yemen a New Terror Front Line http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/public/sitesearch.do?querystring=yemen&p=tto&pf=all&bl=on Revolution is uniting Yemen By Tawakkol Karman, Guardian News & Media Ltd http://gulfnews.com/opinions/columnists/revolution-is-uniting yemen-1.790605 opinion By Isa Blumi By James Hinder Survey: Yemeni’s faith in government goes down By: TheYemenTimes StaffPublished:02-05-2011 http://www.yementimes.com/defaultdet.aspx?SUB_ID=36002 "People are waiting for the GCC
countries and leaders to put more
pressure on the president to make
him step down." By Amin al-Himyari, a specialist in Yemen
affairs from Qatar University http://english.aljazeera.net/news/middleeast/2011/05/20115710409316818.html The US has slowly been dropping
its support for Yemeni president.

Influence the US has in Yemen is
eclipsed by that of Saudi Arabia. http://english.aljazeera.net/indepth/features/2011/04/2011418193643493286.html By Gregg Carlstrom sigh! Mar.22 Saleh handed power to
vice president Marshal Ali Abdullah Saleh
Political Party: General People's Congress(CPC)
1978-1981:president of the North Yemen
1982:secretary-general of CPC
1983- :president of Yemen Objectives:
fostering scientific and
technical progress
encouraging cooperation
strengthening ties between their peoples

Yemen: suffering resistence from amongst
most GCC states: poverty,different
govt. system Intermediate: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yemen_protest
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