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Tawakkol Karman: UNSC’s resolution 2216 is not custody

Female Activist and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Tawakkol Karman has described the UN Security Council's resolution 2216 as an evidence on the importance of Yemen and its stability and world recognition on realizing joint interests between Yemen and the world. 

 In statements she posted on her Facebook page, Karman called for dealing with the resolution as serving mutual interests not as a custody on the Yemeni people who do not accept it.
" I call on the international community partners to work seriously in order to make the resolution fruitful and welcomed, enhance confidence and partnership between the Yemeni people and the world to restore looted funds, freeze accounts of both spoilers and others, revoke illegal gas and oil deals and restore the related public funds, withdraw of different weapons from militias.” 
She has also pointed out the importance of implementing the rule of law and state sovereignty, commitment to good governance regulations, respecting human rights, drafting transitional justice law, drafting all laws ensuring combating corruption, formation of a committee to investigate the crimes against protesters in 2011, implementation the NDC's outcomes and realizing all rights of the transitional in accordance with the GCC Initiative”. 
She called for achieving all these as soon as possible and before elections to reach  power transfer in accordance with the new constitution so that Yemen keeps its unity and stability and Saleh's corrupt regime has completely ended.