- ABU MAZEN'S RECENT VISIT, CONCERNS ABOUT YEMEN, IRAN
- DAS SANDERSON HEARS OF PROMISING ECONOMIC AND WATER REFORM PROPOSALS
- YEMEN - ANOTHER INSIDER SPEAKS OUT: "HE WON'T LISTEN TO ANYONE"
- PESSIMISTIC OBSERVERS FEAR TROUBLE AHEAD FOR YEMEN
- DISCUSSION WITH DR. PRINCE TURKI, SAUDI MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
- GROWING SAUDI ALARM OVER THREATS FROM YEMEN
- OMAN'S ALI MAJID WARNS YEMEN "ON THE BRINK"
- OMANI MINISTERS VOICE INCREASING CONCERNS OVER REGION'S STABILITY
- PRIME MINISTER: QATAR DEEPLY CONCERNED ABOUT YEMEN
- NETHERLANDS/YEMEN: VIEWS FOR LONDON MEETING
- YEMEN: HAMID AL-AHMAR SEES SALEH AS WEAK AND ISOLATED, PLANS NEXT STEPS
YEMEN: HAMID AL-AHMAR SEES SALEH AS WEAK AND ISOLATED, PLANS NEXT STEPS
Hamid al-Ahmar, Islah Party leader, prominent businessman, and de facto leader of Yemen's largest tribal confederation, claimed that he would organize popular demonstrations throughout Yemen aimed at removing President Saleh from power unless the president "guarantees" the fairness of the 2011 parliamentary elections, forms a unity government with leaders from the Southern Movement, and removes his relatives from positions of power by December 2009.