Hundreds of students and activists realised rival manifestations Saturday in the University of Sanaa, in the capital of Yemen, Yemen Post said. The major of both groups demanded that the president of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, left, whereas the other group asked that it remained. The manifestations of Saturday were the last ones in Yemen since the Tunisian town forced its president to leave the position in the north of the African country, according to publisher Hakim Almasmari of the Post of Yemen. Mentioning its own information, as well as the one of other journalists who work for the newspaper, Almasmari in its meetings said, which were pacific, they were carried out in the campus of the University of Sanaa. Around 1,500 cash of security they were present. The demonstrators demand that while the president happened they took placards, some of which talk about the recent protests in Tunisia, call the Revolution of the jasmin, whom began in 2010 and finished to 23 years of government of president Zine the Abidine Horseradish tree Ali. rise in Tunisia, one of the most secular countries of the Arab world, has provoked malaise in other parts of the region, among them Algeria and Egypt.

One of placards of Saturday said: ” If they are threatening of which Yemen could be another one of Somalia, they are threatening of which Yemen could be another Tunis.” Another one said: ” Blessings for the Revolution of Jazmineros that us despert.” The other group of demonstrators in Sanaa, that supported the president of its country, took placards that showed images of Saleh. At the beginning of 2011, the Parliament of Yemen began to debate the amendments of proposals to the Constitution of the country. The measures, that limits of the presidential mandate would cancel, have brought about preoccupation between the opposition that Saleh and could be tried to appoint the life president. People also are in favor annoying of the fuel shortage that has brought about long rows in the powerboats throughout the exhausted African nation. Original author and source of the article.