Yemeni revolution

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The 2011−2012 Yemen revolution, referred tae as the Yemeni uprisin[1][2][3] an aw, follaeed the initial stages o the Tunisie revolution an occurred simultaneously wi the Egyptian Revolution[4] an ither mass protests in the Middle East in early 2011. In its early phase, protests in Yemen wur initially against unemployment, economic conditions[5] an corruption,[6] as well as against the govrenment's proposals tae modifee Yemen's constitution. The protestors' demands then escalatit tae caws for Yemeni Preses Ali Abdullah Saleh tae resign. Mass defections frae the military, as well as from Saleh's govrenment, effectively rendered hintle o the kintra ootside o the govrenment's control, an protesters voued tae defee its authority.

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  1. http://www.yementimes.com/en/1549/readersviews/452/The-revolution’s-success.htm
  2. http://yemenpost.net/Detail123456789.aspx?ID=3&SubID=4784
  3. http://nationalyemen.com/2012/02/19/the-yemeni-revolution/
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  6. Staff (27 January 2011). "Yemen Protests: 'People Are Fed Up with Corruption'". BBC News. Retrieved 14 May 2011. 

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