Houthi comments on the decision of the Popular Congress Party to freeze its partnership with "Ansar Allah"


Ansar Allah (Houthi) leader Muhammad Ali al-Houthi commented on Sunday on the decision of the GPC in Sanaa to freeze its partnership with the group in the management of areas under its control.

Cairo – Sputnik. Mohammed al-Houthi, head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee in the "Ansar Allah": "Brothers brothers and officials respected declaration of freezing party declaration and you are under the oath of swearing you do not have the right to do so."

He added: "Regarding the justification of the freeze, I think the brothers in the Political Council was supposed to call an emergency meeting and discuss the issue there."

He considered that "the Republic of Yemen needs to resort to institutions and not to improvisational attitudes."

The General People's Congress in Sanaa, in a meeting held by its leaders on Sunday, approved the boycott of the work of the Supreme Political Council and the National Salvation Government and the freezing of its representation in the House of Representatives and the Shura Council, It led to the exchange of 24 prisoners and detainees, including five accused of attempting to assassinate the late President Ali Abdullah Saleh, on June 3, 2011, to detonate explosive devices in the mosque of the presidential palace, while performing Friday prayers with senior state officials at the time.

On June 3, 2011, the late Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh was assassinated during Friday prayers at the presidential palace mosque with senior state officials by detonating explosive devices, killing 14 people, including Shura Council Speaker Abdul Aziz. Abdel-Ghani, 242 others, including the two prime ministers and MPs, were injured, while Saleh narrowly escaped death and was seriously wounded in several surgical operations in Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

The assassination attempt was met with Arab and international condemnation, classified by the UN Security Council in its resolution 2014 in 2011, as a terrorist attack aimed at undermining the political process in Yemen.

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