Elections of Students Union [Archives:2004/743/Local News]

June 3 2004

Students at Sana'a University and at branched faculties began last Saturday the students' union general elections amid furious competition between Islah and the PGC.
According to monitors, Islah, which entered the elections in a unified list with opposition parties, dominated students' divisions at faculties of Arts and Letters, Engineering and Medicine.
Also, according to monitors, the students' elections, held last Saturday, would open the way for a fierce conflict between the two parties after the victory of Islah party in the Training Union Elections, held at Sana'a University last month.
The number of registered candidates in the elections was 2149 students of both genders in all of the faculties at the university.