U.S. Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton Loves Yemen’s New Democracy

Yemen just held it’s first presidential election after thirty-three years.

There was one – ONE – candidate.

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Yemeni electoral officials Wednesday were still counting votes after Tuesday’s presidential poll in which the nation’s interim leader was the only candidate.

Vice President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi is expected to be rubber stamped in an election that ends the 33-year reign of President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton hailed the vote as “another important step forward in their [Yemen’s] democratic transition process.”

“The election sends a clear message that the people of Yemen are looking forward to a brighter democratic future,” she said, pledging Washington would “continue to support Yemen” in its “urgent economic, social and humanitarian challenges.”

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To repeat:

Yemen just held it’s first presidential election after thirty-three years.

There was one – ONE – candidate.

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Let all that sink in a bit.

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November 6th isn’t that far away.

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.pU looT

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Kenny Solomon
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3 Responses to U.S. Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton Loves Yemen’s New Democracy

  1. Kenny the way this country is headed this could be the US. ONE candidate on the ballot.

  2. J says:

    I can remember the first time my wife voted after she became a citizen. She had never seen a ballot with more than one person for each office. She was from Communist China.

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