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Civil Service Ministry voids Houthi dismissal of public employees
[02/08/2018 11:54]

The Ministry of Civil Services has declared the Houthi removal of 43,000 persons from public payrolls void.

The militia dismissed this big number in their territories of control under the pretext that these employees missed the chance, before the eruption of the current war in 2015, to go to the ministry to have their fingerprints taken as part of a then project to digitalize he identity of state employees.

"The fingerprint system went out of order since the Houthis seized power and ignited the war, therefore any measure the coupist militia takes is void," read a statement the Ministry issued on Wednesday.

The Ministry said the rebels dismissed the employees to replace them with loyalists to the militant group.

"The Ministry of Civil Service observes the measures the Houthi militia have been taking since their seizure of power and elimination of the high and middle level managers who are not loyalists to them," read the statement.

"The rebel militia's proceeding with the biometrics project is part of a scheme to end the neutralizing of the civil service sector to turn it to an apparatus affiliated with them and to make en mass replacements of employees with Houthi militants."

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