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01/12/2004

Conference on Democracy Begins in Sanaa

SANAA, 12 January 2004 — The Arab world sees democracy as the “rescue ship,” a conference on human rights and democracy was told here yesterday.

More than 600 delegates from 40 countries and international organizations are meeting here to disc
01/12/2004

YEMEN: Sudanese Speaker: Conference aims to establish democracy

The Speaker of the Sudanese Parliament Ahmad E. Al-Taher hailed the democracy of Yemen “which sets a good pattern in the Arab world.”
Addressing the Inter-Governmental Regional Conference on Democracy, Human Rights and the role of the Internationa
01/12/2004

YEMEN: Democracy is not mere organizations or elections, but it is practice: Bahrain’s Shura Chairman

Chairman of Bahraini Shura Council, Fisal Ridha Al-Musawi, stated that he hoped the Conference would contribute to establishing the concept of democracy and human rights in our area. He said that the Bahraini participation in the Conference was to pr
01/12/2004

Yemeni media expose rejection letter of YJS law at Sana’a conference

Members of the Yemeni media seized the opportunity of the 2-day Inter-Governmental conference on Democracy, Human Rights and the Role of the International Criminal Court that started on Sunday. To express their total rejection of the proposed Yemeni
01/12/2004

Yemen: Cox praised Yemen’s offer to host democracy conference


In a televised address of the democracy conference in Sana’a, the Chairman of the European Parliament, Pat Cox, praised the Yemeni offer to host the Regional Inter-Governmental Conference on Democracy, Human Rights and the role of the Internation
01/12/2004

Democracy is the right choice: Saleh

Sana’a, January 11 - The first day of the regional conference “Inter-Governmental Conference on Democracy, Human Rights and the Role of the International Criminal Court” started in Sana’a on Sunday with an extra-strong emphasis that democracy is for
01/12/2004

Yemen: Belqaziz expressed happimess for his participation in the conference

Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC), Abdul-Wahid Belqaziz, expressed his happiness for his participation in the conference.
The OIC official said that holding such conference in Yemen is as evident of interest of Yeme
01/12/2004

Yemen - Iranian official sees human rights beyond forged borders


IRNA - Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister for Education and Research Alireza Mo'ayeri said Sunday that the Islamic Republic sees the human rights as holy, divine and beyond forged borders.

Mo'ayeri made the remarks in the Sanaa Inter-Governmen
01/12/2004

Pakistan - EU wants Arabs back war court

SANAA: The European Union is lobbying Arab states to join a UN-backed international war crimes tribunal which as been shunned by the United States, an EU parliament member said on Sunday.

Emma Bonino, who also heads the non-governmental group
01/12/2004

Yemen: Bonino: democracy is least worst system

Former European Commissioner and founder of the Italian organization “No Peace Without Justice”, Emma Bonino said on Sunday that democracy and the rule of law is the “least worst system in order to promote human and economic development.”
“Democra
01/12/2004

Opposition demands ratification of ICC and democratic reforms in Yemen

The Opposition parties demanded that government should complete constitutional measures to ratify the treaty of the International Criminal Court (ICC) establishment by getting the parliament endorsement. The Opposition parties said in a statement add
01/12/2004

SANA'A INTER-GOVERNMENTAL REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON DEMOCRACY, HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE ROLE OF THE ICC. REPORT OF THEMATIC SESSION III “The Role of the Civil Society in the Promotion of Democracy and Human Rights”. Delivered by Prof. Mona Mkaram-Ebeid

Sana’a, 12 January, 2004

Thematic Session number 3 on “The Role of Civil Society in the Promotion of Democracy and Human Rights” has been attended by more than 150 participants and around 40 statements have been taken from the floor.

Mo
01/12/2004

REPORT FOR THEMATIC SESSION I. "The role of the International Criminal Court" Delivered by Phani Dascalopoulou-Livada, Legal Adviser, Head of the Section of Public International Law, Legal Dpt., Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Greece.

Sana’a, 12 January, 2004

Thematic session I, dealing with the role of the International Criminal Court, held two meetings, on Sunday, January 11 and on Monday, January 12, 2004. It was co-chaired, on the first day by H.E. Adnan Al-Jiffri, Mini
01/12/2004

Conference on Democracy Begins in Sanaa

SANAA, 12 January 2004 - The Arab world sees democracy as the "rescue ship," a conference on human rights and democracy was told here yesterday.

More than 600 delegates from 40 countries and international organizations are meeting here to disc
01/12/2004

On the regional conference started in Sanaa: Some pride, some disappointment

It certainly was a spectacular event and the first of its kind in Yemen. The “Sanaa Regional Conference on Human Rights and the Role of the International Criminal Court” that started on Sunday took off smoothly and promised a shift in understanding o
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