By Abeer Arrabyee, 25/07/2011
Two more members of Parliament from the ruling party rejoined Monday the party after they resigned in objection of violence against protesters last March.
The MPs Ahmed Al Azzani, and Khaled Al Sadi,said the failed assassination attempt against President Ali Abdullah Saleh and senior officials earlier last June.
Earlier on Sunday, two Members of Parliament have rejoined the ruling party , the General People's Congress, GPC, in refusal and condemnation of the terrorist attack on the mosque of the presidential palace early last June.
The two MPs, Shwqi Shamsan and Amin Al-Selwy, had resigned from the GPC after the March 18th shootout at the potest square in Sana'a, in which 52 protesters were killed.
Earlier this month, Abdul Jaleel Hazem, MP, had also re-joined his party ,GPC, for the same reasons.
The three MPs said in their recantation statements that what happened in March 18 against protesters was wrong enough to make them resign from their party, but what happened in June 3 against president and senior officials of the state was even more dreadful to make them rejoin their party and stand with their leadership.
The Vice President Abdu Rabu Mansor Hadi welcomed the three MPs on Sunday in an extensive meeting which brought together the parliamentary block of the ruling party, the government and the general committee , the highest authority of the ruling party.