Observed by: Mr. Alaa Isam
Yemen's biggest opposition party described a package of concessions by President Ali Abdullah Saleh, including a promise not to extend his term, as positive on Wednesday but said a large opposition rally would go on as planned.Skip related content
"We consider this initiative positive and we await the next concrete steps. As for our plan for a rally tomorrow, the plan stands and it will be organised and orderly," said Mohammed al-Saadi, undersecretary of the Islamist Islah party.
"This is a peaceful struggle through which the people can make their voices heard and express their aspirations," he added.
(Reporting by Mohammed Ghobari; Writing by Cynthia Johnston)