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Prime Minster mourns al-Shatri's death
[19 February 2018]
Occupiersí attempts to clone military institutions are futile: President
[18 February 2018]
15 Passengers Killed, 3 Injured In Traffic Accident In Sanaa
[18 February 2018]
Training course organizes for administrative leaders in Jawf
[18 February 2018]
PM inspects Youth ministry
[18 February 2018]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Saudi-paid mercenaries killed, injured in Taiz
[19 February 2018]
2 civilians killed in 3 airstrikes on Saada
[19 February 2018]
Civilians killed in air strike hit Hodeidah
[18 February 2018]
12 UAE soldiers killed in army attack
[18 February 2018]
Zizal-2 fired toward mercenariesí gatherings in Marib
[18 February 2018]
 
  Reports
Report: Army, committees attack Saudi enemy forces in battlefronts over 24 hour
[18 February 2018]
Report: 20 civilians killed in over 32 Saudi airstrikes on Saturday
[18 February 2018]
Report: Army wages offensives on Saudi enemy's sites, gatherings on Friday
[17 February 2018]
Report: Over 7 civilians killed in 41+ aggression air strikes over 24 hours
[17 February 2018]
Report: Army wages attacks on Saudi enemyís gatherings in Thursday
[16 February 2018]
 
  International
Yemen condemns Saudi Shura council member inciting to violence
[18 February 2018]
Yemen welcomes new UN envoy
[17 February 2018]
FM meets UN official
[14 February 2018]
FM congratulates his Iranian counterpart
[14 February 2018]
Yemen calls for pressure on Security Council to stop aggression
[13 February 2018]
  Civil Society
The presidential Elections
The presidential Elections
[08/January/2004] The first presidential elections took place in Yemen on September 23 1999. Around 24 persons had applied for the candidacy some of them were partisans and others were non-partisan.

Yemeni constitutions stipulates that every candidate runs for the presidency he ought to gain the recommendation of at least 5 % of the parliament members.

Thereupon , two candidates only who gained the recommendation. Ali Abdullah Saleh the candidate of the People General Congress , the Yemeni Congregation for Reform and the National Council of the Opposition.

The second one was Nageeb Kahtan Al-Sha’abi. He ran as an independent candidate.

The total number of the voters who were registered in the electors lists reached to ( 5.600.119), whereas the number of voters who cast their ballots reached to ( 3.773.941 ).

The rate of the participation reached to (67.37 ).
Ali Abdullah Saleh won (3.583.795) of the votes , that is eventually 96.20 % .

Nageeb Kahtan Al-Sha’abi hardly calculated (141.433) of the votes what it made up 3.80 %.

Constitutional amendments took place in the country in February 2001. The most important of the amendments were the following :
1- Extending the presidency's term from 5 to 7 years and the parliament’s term to 6 years instead of 4.
2- Abolishment the president's prerogative to issue republican decrees by laws during the parliament vocation .
3-Authorizing the president of the republic to appoint the members of Al-Shura Council (111members).
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