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All Yemeni expatriates support Hadi
2013-01-03 03:45:31



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SANA'A - The Yemeni Communities Supreme Council (YESC) affirmed Thursday its support for the President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi's decisions to implement the Gulf initiative and stabilize the country.

In a press conference held in Sana'a, the Council deputy chairman Sael Baraba said that all the Yemeni expatriates stands by the President and its decisions to maintain Yemen's security and stability.

Baraba demanded to involve the Yemeni expatriates in the comprehensive national dialogue conference to help to build their country.

He pointed to the importance of establishing an expatriates bank for investment and development, saying that the capital of the Yemeni expatriates all over the world amount to nearly $300 billions according to a study.

The establishment of the YCSC was one of the outcomes of the First Yemeni Communities Forum held last Tuesday in Sana'a.

The Forum elected the Council's management authority chaired by Mahdi al-Nehari, head of the Yemeni community in Jeddah city of Saudi Arabia.

Besides the participation in the national dialogue, the Forum's participants also called for creating an appropriate mechanism to take part in the presidential and parliamentary elections and any coming referendums as well as to be represented in the parliament.

They also demanded the government concerned bodies to address their all issues and to improve the investment environment in Yemen.

Heads and representatives of Yemeni communities in many countries have taken part in the Forum.

 

Source : Thenation press servecis
 
 
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