February 21 will be a historical day for Yemenis and a crossroad, because it will be a day for transition from conflict to reconciliation. On this day the Yemenis proved in deed and not words that the Yemeni wisdom prevailed over partisan interests, and they presented a modern model for power transfer, contrary to what happened in a number of countries that had seen the Arab spring.
We hope for the new Yemen after Saleh and on the era of Hadi to be unified. It should be a Yemen that is free of crises, sedition or conflicts. We hope for a state that says no to disputes and supports agreement and reconciliation and doesn't allow infiltration from its boarders to other countries. We also hope for a Yemen that cracks down on terrorism and al-Qaeda. It is required that the new Yemen should prepare for a new political procedure for interaction, away from conflict, fighting, and quarrel. It accomplishes the needs of the people for establishing a modern democratic state and a civil state that is compatible with the requirements of the period and provides the security and stability needs. It should also go ahead with the implementation of the GCC mechanisms, which represent the life belt that gets Yemen out of the vicious circle of chaos.
The orderly power transition in Yemen has sent a positive message to all ensuring that the Yemenis used to desire freedom and democracy and they still do and not desiring that to be on the expense of stability and security and taking into account the experiences of Tunisia, Libya and Syria.
I believe that the future democratic contest between Yemeni forces will create new political facts, focusing on political programs and not personal ideologies. The restructure of the army will also make the army a national institution that undertakes protection of Yemen boarders, the constitution and the political system.
It is obvious that the elected president Hadi, who is peaceful in deed and word is the real consensus man for all Yemenis, especially that it gained the confidence of the opposition and the ruling General People's Congress.
Hadi managed to impose himself as a key player following the absence of the president due to the attack of the presidential premises. He is now working quietly for running the two year's transitional period of the new Yemen. We are interested in a calm stable Yemen that contributes to the enhancement of Arab relations, and strongly participates in decision making for the interests of the strategic security of the Arab region.