A Flexible regime is the hardest in the world because it can’t be broken or twisted.
A Totalitarian, cruel regime, which governs toughly, is easily overthrown because it makes people afraid, but when they overcome their fear they revolute easily as it was in Tunis.
The Yemeni regime had not pursued the oppositionists militarily but it used to discuss and fool them.
It used to have no strong oppositionists aboard because it exiles the nonpolitical people. The inside oppositionists is marginally represented in the parliament and Shura council. That doesn’t mean the Yemeni regime is different from the Egyptian one.
The Yemeni regime is different from the other Arab ones; it seems democratic aboard but inside it governs alone. It uses the opposition as a fence for giving him the time and chances, even after the Youth’s revolution, he exploited them to sign the GCC initiative including the international immunity.
Now, the world is asking the president’s signature whereas the Youths refuse it saying that it is not legitimate and it hinders the revolution. He practices locally the opposite of what he declares to others.
This regime had created the Shura Council and appointed those who accept him as president. So the opposition parties the big and small political either are employed for his political protection. He tries to split the youth so as to hinder the revolution.
Purification of the national council
All political arenas are dominated by the old parties where the independent youths have no representation, allowing political control to this regime. This means that the overthrowing the regime is linked to the toppling of these parties, which share governance with it.
This is true to all except Yassen Saeed Noman who has a lot of fans. The Gulf region fears the Yemeni revolution because it might trigger a Gulf revolt. The Yemeni Youth’s problem is the transitional council which is a representative of the JMP. The council is not recognized by any state like the Syrian one because they think that it is a hollow political tool for circumventing the revolution. The Yemeni revolution needs two political passages for pressuring and escalation, so the transitional council needs to be changed so as not to contain any previous pro- regime members, and it should work to reject any solution that is based on the GCC initiative.