SANA'A, June 17 (Saba) - Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa said on Sunday that dialogue will help in achieving the change that we all desire.
In the inaugural ceremony of launching dialogue with youths held in Sana'a by the ministerial committee to communicate with youths, Basindwa said that he did not refuse at all any one opposes the dialogue, stressing it is their right, but, in return, they should respect the right of others who want to participate in.
"No one has the right to confiscate the freedom of others to accept or reject dialogue," he said.
He indicated that the comprehensive national dialogue is important for achieving the desired change and avoiding violence and civil war in Yemen.
"Dialogue has been chosen to avoid what is happening in some Arab countries," he said, pointing that it has the support of the regional and international communities.
The process of change has gone well so far without shedding blood, calling for taking part in the dialogue sincerely without intentions to exclude the other.
"You are the youths of this country. It is your right to be enthused, but you should also listen to the advice of your fathers and those, who are older than you and has more experience."
The Prime Minister expressed his keenness to reach the presidential election in 2014 safely and with honest and transparent competition.
Speaking about attempts to deter holding today's ceremony, Basindwa said that he gave his orders to the director of the capital's security office not to arrest or harm any person opposed to the dialogue.
"We respect their right. We can disagree, but each one should respect the other's opinion, and puts the country's interests first," the Prime Minister said.