Coalition partner Yadomi quits Yemeni national dialogue

Some figures had earlier left the conference saying "remnants of the old regime", instead of young people, are given the right to be represented.

Coalition partner Yadomi quits Yemeni national dialogue

World Bulletin / News Desk

Yemeni coalition partner and Reform Party leader Muhammad Abdullah al-Yadomi said on Tuesday he withdrew from national dialogue conference.

Al-Yadomi said he quit the National Dialogue Conference, held in collaboration with the United Nations (UN), because "the youth are not represented enough."

His party members would continue to attend sessions, Yadomi said.

Deputies Hamid al-Ahmar and Ahmad Sayf Hashid, as well as Abdulazez al-Muflih from separatist Southern Movement and Nobel Peace Laureate journalist Tawakkol Karman had earlier left the conference saying "remnants of the old regime", instead of young people, are given the right to be represented.

National Dialogue Conference which kicked off on Monday in collaboration with UN is planned in three sessions, the first of which will continue for two weeks, with the second
and third lasting a month each.

 

Last Mod: 19 Mart 2013, 17:35
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