Noon Arabia · February, 2012

Yemeni by birth, Egyptian by choice, Arab by identity and a global citizen. A Political Science graduate with a minor in Economics, a blogger and activist for humanity and justice with a passion for arts, politics and poetry.
Blog: Notes by Noon
Twitter handle: @noonarabia

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Latest posts by Noon Arabia from February, 2012

Yemen: Hadi President After 33 Years of Saleh

  27 February 2012

After 33 long years of Ali Abdullah Saleh's rule, Yemen finally inaugurated today a new President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi, for the transitional phase, following a whole year of protests. Hadi had assumed his position as president according to a GCC-brokered power deal which made him the sole consensus presidential candidate in the one man election, in which he won 99.8 per cent of the votes.

Yemen: A Year of an Unfinished Revolution

  12 February 2012

Yemenis mark the first anniversary of their unfinished peaceful revolution to overthrow the Ali Abdullah Saleh dictatorship, which continues to pull the shots, thanks to support from the Gulf Cooperation Council and the approval of the US and UN. Netizens share their views.

Yemen: Yemen S-Election!

  8 February 2012

Yemen's Vice President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi - unanimously nominated by parliament as the only presidential candidate for Yemen's February 21 election - has kicked off his campaign. Netizens comment on this one-man election race.

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