Political parties and constituencies have reiterated rejection to any attempt may seeks to get around of the peace three Terms of Reference (3ToR) or step over, or undermine the state's sovereign authorities, President's and government's mandates.
The leaders of political parties' statement came during a meeting o Tuesday brought them together with government's delegation to Sweden's consultation, headed by Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Yemany.
They appreciated the significant efforts made by the negotiator team, insisting on establishing peace that based on the (3ToR) including GCC's Initiative, its executive mechanism, outcomes of National Dialogue and International Security Council resolution 2216.
The leaders of political parties were detailed by the negotiators on the consultations' outcomes, articles of the Agreement, underway efforts and steps have been taken to put the agreement in place.
The political leaders stated that legitimate government ought to do its constitutional and legal duties, initiate arrangements to administer the seaports of Hodeidah, Al-Saklif and Ras-Essa, redeploy Interior Ministry's security forces in Hodeidah and reinstate the government's institutions and basic services.
The political forces blamed Houthi putschist militia for failure to re-open Sana'a airport, prolonging Yemeni peoples suffering and keeping besiege upon Taiz city.
They also denounced the militia for foiling an agreement about government's employees' salaries.
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