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Demands to carry out army shake-up before dialogue

 
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Thousands of Yemeni protesters demanded on Friday to reconstruct the military and security services before engaging in the national dialogue scheduled for November 15th.
The protesters who rallied in al-Siteen Street to perform Friday's prayer raised slogans that demanded President Abdu RAbo Mansour Hadi to swiftly reorganize military and security services, and dismiss relatives of the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
The protesters also requested to revoke the immunity given to Saleh and hold him accountable for killing protesters.
It is set that Yemen will hold an inclusive dialogue conference in the upcoming November and all Yemeni forces will take part in, but Yemeni revolutionaries pressure to reorganize the army before holding of the conference.
The calls for reorganizing the army came after demands were raised to take military camps outside the capital Sana'a in the wake of an explosion at a weapons depot of the First Armored Davison on Thursday.
Sources said a shell fired from outside the camp had landed on an ammunition cache, setting off the explosions.
Yemen's defense ministry has started collecting data about military units with the aim of reconstructing the army and identifying combating readiness, the military-run 26 September newspaper reported.
Military source said this process aimed at reconstructing the army and identifying majors, cadres and professions of Yemen's military forces, singling out that the counting process will last for two weeks.
They spelt out that Yemen cooperates with foreign experts on ways of reorganizing the military and security services, and how to take measures to implement them.

 

 

 

 


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