The political parties and organizations have shoulderedHouthi rebel militia's full responsibility of the wart it imposed on Yemeni people and its resulted catastrophes in different living conditions of Yemeni people.
In a joint release issued by the political parties on Monday, the parties said Yemen would have been enjoying security and stability if Houthis did not overthrow the political process, reject the national consensus and political settlement, seize the state institutions by force, waging war against all rivals and reject all solutions made by initiatives.
The parties also expressed rejection of positions adopted by the so-called the Southern Transitional Council and any other policies hindering the state's work and considered any move within this frame threaten the social peace and national consistence.
Herewith, the political parties called on the transitional council to review its political address and transfer into a political approach for unifying all national fronts for facing the coup and express its demand through partnership in accordance with applied laws.
The parties confirm that the economic collapse has started when Houthi militia took control of the Central Bank of Yemen, seized the state resources, played with the cash reserve and depleted all deposits and government's accounts in different institutions. Without the help of the Arab Coalition, the Yemeni economy would have been fully collapsed, added the parties.
While the political parties support efforts and measures taken by the government for tackling deteriorated economic conditions and facing the collapse of the national currency, it demand the government to take necessary measures including handing over revenues of taxes, customs and any other government's revenues in all provinces to the central bank and regaining the process of exporting oil and gas, operating ports, oil company and Aden Refineries, and combating corruption.
The political parties confirm the central role of the Arab Coalition in regaining the state and facing challenges and dangers facing Yemen and value the efforts of the coalition in all other fields.
The parties stress importance of finding joint strategy within an agreement between the government led by President Hadi and the Arab Coalition, building partnership between Yemenis and the coalition, defining joint tasks and mechanism of implementing them and enabling the government to impose its powers across the country.
The parties confirm the people's right of peaceful demonstrations and expressing their positions and demands without harming the national security.
The political parties call for removing all obstacles before the return of the government and all the state institutions to the transitional capital of Aden to be able to perform its responsibilities and setting up general policies and executive programs for achieving the aims of current stage and call for preparing safe environment to enable all the state institutions to do their tasks and support the government by all national forces and partners in the Arab Coalition for fixing the gap and alleviating suffering of the Yemeni people.
The signatory parties are;
- The General People Congress
- The Yemeni Congregation for Reform (Islah Party)
- SalafiRashad Party
- National Integration Party
- Al-Nahdha Movement for Peaceful Change
- The Peace and Development Party
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