Yemeni officials informed that heavy infightings occurred between security forces and army defectors despite the recent signing of the power transfer deal. At the moment one man from each side has perished on November 25, 2011; during the clashes in Sanaa.
Many demonstrators have rejected the deal, now five protesters died in Sanaa. The demonstrations in Sanaa and Taiz began shortly after president Ali Abdullah Saleh signed a treaty that would make him resign in 30 days in exchange of immunity from prosecution.
Activists are furious about the promise of immunity for Saleh and his family. Some government party members left their offices and now want to see Saleh on trial. At the moment there is some confusion about who is and who is not supporting the deal. (AV)