Former President of Yemen: Muslim Brotherhood starts losing grounds in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya
Azerbaijan, Baku, 27 March / Trend, A. Taghiyeva /
The Muslim Brotherhood is now starting to lose its positions in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, as the "brothers" have no management experience in economy, culture or politics, former President of Yemen Ali Abdellah Saleh said in an exclusive interview to RT Arabic (Rusiya Al-Yaum).
The Muslim Brothers seek power in Yemen as well. However, they do not have any experience in managing the economy, culture and politics. They only know how to preach," Saleh said.
As for the present Government of Yemen, Saleh noted that it does not have sufficient management experience: it's been two years, but nothing has been done yet.
"All the projects undertaken have been reflected during my election political agenda in 2006. Donor States require a program to help, a specific list of projects to provide financial assistance for. So far, the current government has neither developed a new political program, nor implemented the old one," he said.
According to Saleh, members of Al-Qaeda still reside in Yemen thanks to the patronage of the separatist forces. Thus, the government has to fight both against separatism and Al-Qaeda.