president Ali Abdullah Saleh- during a meeting with his party in Sana'a
Observers believe that the UN resolution about Yemen which called on President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down looks weak and unable to change the existing balance in the absence of external real pressure against Selah's regime.
The lack of pressures against Saleh makes him dragging Yemen to a war, Persian News Agency Reported.
Observers in Yemeni affairs consider the UN resolution which calls on President Saleh to step down as weak and unable to change the existing balance in the absence of external pressure against Yemeni regime, which push for blowing the situation militarily.
The war could be a way for Saleh to impose more conditions for his departure and a way for the armed opposition to resolve constant conflict, since in nine months. Analysts stated.
Saleh would not sign the initiative of the Cooperation Council, likely to take a neroni decision to burn everything before leaving power. The Director of future Studies Center , "Fares Saqqaf" said.
Al-saqqaf said that UN resolution is a success for the path of political and diplomatic revolution, but noted that the recent Security Council resolution, which calls for the signing of the Cooperation Council initiative, will be most successful if it came under the Chapter VII sanctions against President Saleh, "Saqqaf" said.
The government expressed in an official statement Saturday willingness to deal positively with the UN Security Council Resolution 2014, but observers do not believe much on the Declaration of Intent by Sana’a, the president - according to their opinion – Saleh claimed repeatedly that he agreed on the initiative of the GCC, but he has backed three times from sign it.
Saleh is likely to announce his agreement to the international resolution, at the same time try to drag the country to the fighting, which will - according to his opinion – push for military escalation in coming days without a declaration of war officially. According Saqqaf.
The president will not be able to win the war in case it ignited, and eventually it will be channeled in the interest of the opposition. He added.