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Tel interview: Election taking place amid conflict in Yemen

02-22-2012 14:02 BJT

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For more analysis on the Yemen election, we are now joined by Su Xiaohui, associate research fellow of The China Institute of International Studies.

Q1: As we just heard, Clashes are taking place at polling stations, and the Yemen Southern Movement leaders are calling for a general strike to protest the election. Can you give your analysis on this?

Q2: Today, Yemenis are voting with hopes of being able to turn a new page in its troubled history with the sole candidate, the vice President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, to succeed ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh. What challenges will the new leader face, and what policies are expected to be made? What is your view on Yemen's post-Saleh era?



Editor:Liu Fang |Source: CNTV.CN

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