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പുതിയ പ്രഭാതത്തിനായി കാത്തിരിക്കാം
Hussain Fatehallah, 46
I am looking forward to voting on February 21 to choose a new president for Yemen.
Adnan Almuhana, 27, Post-graduate
Participation in the Yemeni presidential election is more important at this time than ever before. It is my pleasure to partake in this election. I think that every single Yemeni who loves Yemen has to contribute in this political event. When they do so they will place the cornerstone for building a new Yemen and prove to the whole world that we can practice our legal rights. It will help us move from a dictatorial era to a bright democracy free from corruption and release Yemen fro the grip of crisis. I hope for a better future for my beloved country.
I do not fully support this election as it seems rather strange but I will participate so that change takes place legally and to avoid civil war and anarchy in Yemen. I think this election will be the master key for the future of Yemen. I also see Hadi as the most acceptable and suitable character for the transitional period as he is patient and wise enough to peacefully lead Yemen to a better future.
Khalid Al-Karimi, 23
The presidential election is a fateful step. Some may say the whole process of this election is futile, since the result is already agreed. It is true that the future president of Yemen has been appointed by the whole world, but rather than criticizing, it is better to support the regionally and internationally unanimous candidate Hadi.
Personally, I will be the first to stand in a queue to exercise my rights and vote. Why should we take part in the coming election? Your participation is an indication of your maturity, awareness and responsibility. The electoral process is the best way to avoid havoc, strife, dictatorship and hereditary reign. It is the soul of democracy. Now let us prove to the world that we are a democratic people.
Adel Ahmed Al-Qadassi, 30, graduate
In my point of view we must all participate in presidential election and exercise our constitutional rights. No matter what we think of it – that it might be not legitimate with only one candidate – we all have to give our best to bring Yemen out of this crisis.
Redhwan Raweh, 27, English teacher
Yes, I will vote. This day will truly be an opportunity to lead our country into safety and stability. We need to be responsible and put the interests of Yemen above all else. Despite the obstacles we will inevitably face, we can build a new Yemen. So we must put our differences aside and all participate in the presidential election on February 21.
Gamal Abdulkarim Alghazaly, 30, computer engineer
I will definitely participate in the coming election for these reasons;
- first, to give the new president a national legitimacy;
- second, to participate in a real election;
- third, to protect Yemen against collapse or civil war;
- fourth, to achieve the first goal of our peaceful revolution; and finally,
- to put the last nail in Ali Abdullah Saleh’s coffin.
Sameer Yeslam, 25, accountant
Of course I will vote because I think it’s the only way to overcome this bad situation. We are a very kind people and don’t deserve to live in this manner – I’m certain that what our prophet taught about Yemeni people will be shown on February 21 when the people will forget their conflicts and put the interest of Yemen above all. We will show the world that we really live in a democratic country.
Ali Naji Hadi, 24, student at Sana’a University
I will vote because my conscience tells me that in the interest of homeland, I must participate in the presidential election. Because it is really a referendum to say we do not want a family reign. And most important, the election will fulfil one of the objectives of our youth revolution – finally getting rid of Ali Abdullah Saleh.
I will participate in the presidential election on February 21 because
- firstly, I think it is the only way to protect Yemen from any outside plans that could destroy our country.
- Secondly, it is our chance to end the era of Ali Abdullah Saleh and begin a new one to rebuild our beloved country together.
- Finally, I think that voting in this election will improve stability and help return everything to its rightful place.