This is the way to get the result wanted! Tick, tick, tick!!! Stuff the boxes!!! Yemen's presidential election on February 21st 2012 was a monument of the old autocratic Middle Eastern regimes with a false veneer of democracy, with only one candidate accepted to run, and massive forgery and fraud across the nation in order to falsify a result.
This video is from northern Hajjah governate where the government reported that over 90% of those eligible to vote did so! However, the election allowed anyone to vote for the time in Yemen's history without any kind of official ID, which is probably the single worst flaw opening the floodgates to this activity, presumably entirely as intended.
In the south of Yemen, a former independent nation which now wants to separate from the north as a result of the Gulf Initiative, the results remain hotly disputed. The government announced an moderate acceptance of the vote, while the southern movement announced an overwhelming rejection of the vote which seems credible on the basis of activity on the ground. The committee for the southern movement judged that there was average 98% rejection of the vote, including 89% rejection in Aden the former capital of south Yemen.
The Yemen constitution bans elections from taking place with only one candidate.
Other videos from the election showing the genuine manner of rejection in south Yemen can be found at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=baf_1329952493 and http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b3c_1329863803
In: Other Middle East
Tags: Yemen, revolution, southern movement, independance, falsification, forgery, fraud, vote stuffing, elections, dictatorship, brutality, theft, resources
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