“Islah” calls for national reconciliation and the formation of a broad alliance against the Imamate

“Islah” calls for national reconciliation and the formation of a broad alliance against the Imamate


The Reform ”Islah” Party said that the "February 11 revolution" was not a luxury after the country reached a state of complete blockage in political prospects, an accelerated deterioration of economic structures, a clear erosion of the state and a large concentration of power and wealth for the calculation of succulent and utilitarian minorities.

In a statement on the occasion of the eighth anniversary of the Revolution, it noted that any revolution in history that the majority of the people respond to is a worthy revolution.

He pointed out that the unexpected result, "it is the responsibility of those who brought the people to the stage of adventure everything in the interest of special interests that caused the country to be placed on the brink of the abyss and produced the conditions of violence and the causes of chaos and all the risks that the revolution tried to avoid when the slogan of peace was lifted."

He stressed the "nation-building and the consolidation of the Republican principles that are threatened by several risks, the most important of which is the return of the Imamate rule and the absence of values of citizenship, justice, and equal opportunities, and the threat of terrorism and armed groups has emerged."

"It is an opportunity to inspire today the goals of the February Revolution and the sacrifices of its righteous youth, and to make it a springboard to confront the legacy of the frontal tyranny as the root of Yemen's problems and crises," the statement said.

The “Islah” called for national Reconciliation and a broad alliance against the Imamate.


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