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IPU says ‘alarmed’ at Houthi death sentence of Yemen parliamentarians
[05/06/2021 12:07]
The International Parliamentary Union has said it is alarmed at the death sentence against Yemeni parliamentarians issued by the terrorist Houthi militia controlling the capital Sana’a.

In a new decision, the IPU said that it is “alarmed that 46 members of parliament have been arbitrarily sentenced to death by the Houthi-controlled self-styled court in Sana’a in what appears to be a “fatwa”, hence a call for their explicit killing by anyone, including members of the public, who are in a position to do so.”

The IPU said “these arbitrary measures constitute a direct and imminent danger to the lives of the parliamentarians subject to them; and urges those responsible to refrain from jeopardizing the physical integrity of the members of parliament and from using collective punitive measures against members of their families who remained in Sana’a, including the arbitrary eviction of women and children from their homes.” The IPU said “the human rights of members of the Yemeni House of Representatives and those of the people of Yemen should be upheld at all costs” and called on “all parties” to the conflict to ensure accountability for violations and abuses suffered by all parliamentarians.

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