This video says about itself:
Yemen Opposition Calls for Massive Campaign to Oust Dictator
Sep 7, 2011
Walid Al-Saqaf: Opposition has united with students to intensify campaign to overthrow President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Protesters pack up camps after victory
Friday 19 April 2013
by Our Foreign Desk
Tens of thousands of Yemenis took to the streets on the day Egyptian ruler Hosni Mubarak resigned in February 2011, calling for their own President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down.
Mr Saleh agreed to give up his 33-year grip on power in November 2011 following daily protest marches and rallies across numerous cities in Yemen.
Protesters stayed in their their camps, dubbed Freedom and Change Squares, calling on Mr Hadi to push for full-scale reforms and purge the state of Mr Saleh’s relatives and supporters.
They held a “Friday of Victory” rally last week following a shake-up of the military that removed Saleh loyalists from key positions.
The Organisational Committee of the Popular Youth Revolution and Youth Groups announced the dismantling of the camps on Thursday.
Committee member Habib al-Ariqi said the groups would commit themselves to “revolutionary oversight” of the National Dialogue – a six-month series of talks involving most sections of Yemeni society aimed at redrawing Yemen’s political map. But he warned that the option to return to the squares was “open.”
Nobel peace prize-winning “mother of the revolution” Tawakol Karman said protests were starting a new phase.
“We declare that we toppled the rule of the family forever and we have a new revolution to cleanse the state from corruption,” she said.
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- Yemen president removes key officer in army shakeup: TV (news.terra.com)
- ‘Saleh can run for Yemen president’ (rinf.com)
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