The political parties and groups in Taiz have renewed their pledge of loyalty to the state headed by President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi to the principles of the 26th September Revolution
In a statement of which Saba obtained a copy, the parties said the 55th anniversary of the revolution "is an occasion in which the Yemeni people renew their resolve to staying on the track."
The parties, including the Yemeni Socialist Party, Islah, Nasserite Unionist, Arrashad, Justice and Construction, Arab Baath Socialist, Popular Forces, and the GPC, united called for mobilizing the international verdict in support of the Yemeni state and exposing the atrocities of the Saleh-Houthi coup militias.
The parties said that completing the liberation of Taiz requires building a professional army, restoration of the local government, rebuilding the local institutions as per the transparency and good governance criteria and regulating the collection of revenues and state expenditures. The parties said the current conflict is "a political conflict over power and wealth and that the solution to it is the building of a civil federal state as per the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference."
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