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PM calls for not remaining silent towards Yemen's recent developments
[12/05/2017 05:44]

Riyadh (Saba)- Prime Minister Ahmed Obaid Bin Daghar has said the countries of the Arab Coalition can't remain silent towards what is happening in Yemen, calling them to take action without any delay.

In an article published on Thursday, he emphasized that the Arab Coalition can control some manifestations of Aden's recent crisis, noting that the crisis could be a start to tackle all problems or may lead to a sort of setback which will be bigger in future.

According to Bin Daghar, no side, governorate or region can impose any solutions on other sides of the society and its segments, warning against the repeat of the Saleh-Houthi coup's consequences in Aden.

"A national consensus was reached by the Yemeni people and backed the brotherly and friendly countries, and two consequences will be come up if this consensus is broken down: first, the collapse of the republican system in the northern governorates and this is currently happening in realty, even if it is not declared so far. Second, the collapse of the state in the southern governorates, and numerous repercussions including prolonging conflicts and loss of great gains will be emerged" he went on.

"In my opinion, a civil federal state will be as the political framework which may be able to realize equal citizenship and prevent further fragmentations," he affirmed, pointing out that rights and freedoms will be better guaranteed if a federal system is applied.

He further mentioned that the failure of creating the potential federal Yemeni state, which was agreed on it in the National Dialogue Conference, will be in favor of the enemies (the Houthi-Saleh militias).

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