Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Southern Movement Launches Protest in Lawder

Observed by: Mr. Alaa Isam

A demonstration was launch this morning in the southern Yemeni district of Lawder in Abyan province, to condemn "the occupation."

Flags of the former South Yemen and banners against the Yemeni central government were raised in the protest, while the green flags and photographs of the former presidents abroad were absent.

A speech by the Southern Movement activists, Nasser Azzan, called the Southern Movement factions to merge into one faction, while the activist Khalid al-Faidhi assured his support for the "documents of independence," those were released by a meeting of Southern Movement leaders in Yafie area (southern Yemen) insure the principle of the independence and tear down the Yemeni parties' members in the Southern Movement, that resulted in some divisions in the Supreme Council, the largest Southern Movement faction.


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