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After Submission of Several Minister, formerly loyal to Saleh, to Al-Houthi, Houthinization of the Public Conference is Ongoing

[su_label type=”info”]SMA News – Al-Arabia Al-Yemenia – Sanaa – Journals [/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″][su_label type=”info”]Amman – SMA – PIC[/su_label][/su_spacer] Middle East Journal indicated that several ministers of the coup government in Sanaa, who were loyal to the Public Conference Party of the ousted Saleh, submitted to Al-Houthi’s will to end the last page of the “Bloody Scenario” ended last week with the assassination of Saleh and many of his supporters, seizing Saleh and his relatives’ properties and arresting hundreds of members of the party. News agencies broadcasted news, according to some of Saleh’s close supporters, indicating that he was buried the three cdays ago. Abd Al-Aziz Ben Habtour, prime minister of the coup government that is not recognized internationally, and his ministers, loyal to the Public Conference, resumed their official work. Saba News, close to Al-Houthi, announced that Ben Habtour directed his ministers in an inclusive meeting, to work on restoring security. During the meeting, several ministers who were loyal to the Public Conference, appeared including General Galal Al-Ruaishan, vice prime minister for security and defense affairs, Mohamed Ben Hafiz, minister of health, Hesham Sharaf, minister of foreign affairs, Ali Al-Qaisy, minister of internal administration, Ali Abu Hulaika, minister of parliamentary affairs. Other members of the government were absent including Mahmoud Gulidan, minister of telecommunications, Sheikh Husain Hazeb, minister of higher education, and General Mohamed Al-Atfy, minister of defense, who were though to be under house arrest because Al-Houthi militias don’t trust them. sources of the Public Conference Party in Sanaa indicated that Al-Houthi militias arrested Foad Al-Kamim, the financial officer of the party while he was leaving his work in the ministry of finance. This step is though to aim at following the party’s money, bank account and assets.

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