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Don’t Forget Yemen
Don’t Forget Yemen
This past week the people of Yemen threatened to boycott parliamentary elections in April because “they believe the balloting next April will not be fair, mostly because a 9-member electoral body overseeing the vote is all-appointed by the country’s president and its members are closely linked to the ruling party. Socialist leader Yaseen Said No’man said the opposition has been holding demonstrations across Yemen to protest the government’s rejection of amendments to the country’s elec
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This past week the people of Yemen threatened to boycott parliamentary elections in April because “they believe the balloting next April will not be fair, mostly because a 9-member electoral body overseeing the vote is all-appointed by the country’s president and its members are closely linked to the ruling party. Socialist leader Yaseen Said No’man said the opposition has been holding demonstrations across Yemen to protest the government’s rejection of amendments to the country’s electoral law proposed by the opposition and meant to curb vote-rigging.”


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