Ban Ki-moon Odd Suggestion for Yemen

Ban Ki-moon Odd Suggestion for Yemen
Sun Feb 8, 2015 18:21:03

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called Sunday for the restoration to power in Yemen of Western-backed President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi after Huthi militia seized power when people celebrating joyfully after Yemen’s Houthi movement has released a constitutional declaration on Transitional National Council.

This UN Secretary General suggestion presente when fighters with Yemen’s Ansarullah movement have established a "security commission" one day after taking control of the crisis-hit Arab country.

The UN chief after talks with King Salman in neighboring Saudi Arabia claimed that “The situation is very, very seriously deteriorating, with the Huthis taking power”.

After Yemen’s Houthi movement has released a constitutional declaration on Transitional National Council, Yemen's people celebrating joyfully in sann’a and other part of the country.

The leader of Shia Houthi fighters in Yemen says formation of a transitional council can foil all conspiracies as it would put an end to the political vacuum in the Arab country.

“Formation of a transitional council is a move to foil all conspiracies,” as it would fill the “power vacuum” created in Yemen following the resignation of President Abd Rabbu Mansur Hadi and Prime Minister Khaled Bahah, Seyed Abdul-Malik al-Houthi said in a public address on Saturday.

عبدالملک الحوثی رهبر جنبش انصار الله

The Houthi leader added that there were hands of certain powers behind the resignation of president and prime minister, saying they wanted to bring about a power vacuum and “disrupt all state institutions.”

He, however, stressed that the Yemeni people are determined to achieve their “legitimate goals” and fulfill their “just demands.”

Yesterday Fighters with Yemen’s Ansarullah movement have established a "security commission" one day after taking control of the crisis-hit Arab country.

The 18-member commission includes the defence and interior ministers in the government of Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, the Huthis said in a statement released on Saturday by Yemen's state news agency Saba.

The newly-formed security commission, chaired by General Mahmud al-Subaihi, Hadi’s defence minister, "will lead the country's affairs until the establishment of a presidential council," the statement read.

Yemeni Shiite supporters of the Huthi movement carry a poster bearing a portrait of their leader Abdul-Malik al-Huthi, during a march in support of the Shiite movement's uprising, in the capital Sanaa

The development came one day after the Houthis published a constitutional declaration on Transitional National Council.

Under the declaration, the Ansarullah revolutionaries dissolved Yemen’s parliament and announced the formation of a five-member transitional presidential council which will act as a government for an interim period of two years.

The constitutional declaration further said that a transitional national council of 551 members, which will replace the parliament, will be set up to elect the presidential council in a bid to end the country’s persisting political deadlock.

In September 2014, Ansarullah fighters gained control of the capital city of Sana’a, following a four-day battle with army forces loyal to General Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar, the half-brother of the country’s former dictator, Ali Abdullah Saleh.

In the same month, the fighters and the Yemeni government inked a UN-backed ceasefire deal that called for the withdrawal of the revolutionaries from the capital once a neutral prime minister was picked. The deal has failed to deliver any practical results so far.

The Ansarullah revolutionaries say the Yemeni government has been incapable of properly running the affairs of the country and providing security.

Yemeni army soldiers and police officers loyal to the Huthi movement attend a demonstration to show support to the Shiite movement

The six-nation of Persian Gulf Cooperation Council, led by Sunni-dominated Saudi Arabia, on Saturday described the Huthi action as a coup.

Yemen has been driven by instability since the Arab Spring-inspired uprising that forced strongman Ali Abdullah Saleh from power in 2012 and local Al-Qaeda branch which called AQAP increase its domination in many parts of the country.

Al-Qaeda movements, forced Ansarullah by the help of local popular committee to fight against Al-Qaeda and liberate part of country from influence of Al-Qaeda.

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