عربي

Tawakkol Karman says Tehama will trigger corrective revolution 

Activist and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Tawakkol Karman said that Yemen's province of Hodeida has been suffering from negligence, confiscation of its own wealth and depriving its sons of wealth earnings.  

In her speech on a celebration organized by the provincial peaceful revolution's council, she called for departure of corruption and influence networks as well as meeting the demands of the Tehama Movement that she described as sacred. 
"Tehama will trigger the corrective revolution to eradicate corruption and clean Hodeida up from corrupt people and feudal lords," she said, urging the transitional government to start recovery of illegally confiscated lands. The council organized the celebration on the 3rd anniversary of the revolution with presence of Yemeni Singer Ahmed Fathi.