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PRESIDENT SALEH: DEMOCRACY CONFERENCE A HISTORIC SUCCESS

SANA’A - President Saleh delivered a speech confirming the success of the Regional Conference on Democracy, Human Rights, and Role of the International Criminal Court saying, “I believe the conference is a historic success.” He expressed hope that governmental authorities and civil society organizations would find more things in common. The President emphasized that “what we look forward to from the NGOs and the authorities is not the exchange of criticism.” He pointed out to the “joint responsibility between nations and their rulers.” He said that holding “such a conference here” reflects the will to actually involve people in the process of decision-making. The President reviewed the Yemeni democratic experience and the obstacles that challenged the establishment of the principles of democracy, human rights and press freedom. He underlined the importance of listening to converse opinions. “The opposition is not a newspaper… it is the second side of the ruling system, not the enemy of the ruler, and it should be a partner in the political system,” he said. Saleh said democracy is a big school that “we should learn from.” He underlined the importance of dialogue between countries and their neighbors and between governments and their peoples. “Most wars could have been prevented by negotiations,” he said. The President thanked all those who contributed to “the historic conference,” especially No Peace Without Justice. FM: Sana'a conference a step towards building democracy SANA’A - Foreign minister Abu Bakr Al-Qirbi said that all participants in the recent Sana’a conference considered it as an initial step towards building democracy in the region. He said in a news conference that the Sana’a Intergovernmental Regional Conference on Democracy, Human Rights, and the Role of the International Criminal Court gained its importance from the high level of participation as 52 countries took part. He said all participants agreed on the Sana’a Declaration, calling for more chances for dialogue with each other. The foreign minister pointed out that the conference would lead to strengthening the concepts of democracy and freedom as well as human rights in Arab states.





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