Written By: Mohammed Yahya al-Sabri
Article Date: Aug 10, 2012 - 11:19:58 PM
The capital, of which some parts are governed by the President, his statespersons, the elites, the media and embassies, are today in a state of misery and darkness like the court of Louis XVI after the French Revolution.
However, the king of France had intended during the twenty-five year period of his rule to evacuate the French provinces from all the men and influential merchants and intellectuals and built for them a court to live in Paris under his eyes. Louis XVI showered them with all pleasures and delights turning them human beasts....
The capital Sana’a, we can assumingly say, is a problem in a matter of the current revolutionary transformation and will remain for so for quite some time. However, building a new state that meet the demands of the revolution in the capital looted by the family entourage of the former regime is more problematic for the more optimistic people.
We do not say this now on the occasion of what happened to the Interior Ministry and; we said what would happen in August last year 2011 in the discussions and preparation documents for the announcement of the National Council of the Forces of Revolution....
We say it all over again today, a year later, that a new state will not be built in accordance with the demands of the revolution and the Yemenis across the country’s provinces ...”soldiers, as alleged and promoted by some media of the deposed president.
But these despicable acts of military leaders and others are behind the whole thing whose souls have been sold to the Great Satan (the Leader) who is trying in various ways to impede the national dialogue process between the parties to the political parties in accordance with the demands of the revolution and the Yemenis across the country’s provinces ...”
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