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Yemenis Rallied to Voice Support for New Coalition Govt.

Tuesday 2 August 2016
Yemenis Rallied to Voice Support for New Coalition Govt.

Alwaght- Yemenis took to the streets of the capital city of Sana’a to express their support for a new coalition government including the Ansarullah movement and former president Ali Abdullah Saleh’s General People’s Congress party.

People have staged a mass rally on Monday to voice their support for the new alliance which they said could better counter Saudi aggression and help Yemenis restore peace and order to their country press TV reported.

The demonstrators said, however, that the armed resistance against the Saudi aggression should continue.

They also chanted slogans against Saudi Arabia, saying the regime in Riyadh is not committed to its promises to halt air strikes against Yemen to help facilitate the ongoing political negotiations in Kuwait aimed at putting an end to the conflict in the Arab country.

They also said plots to undermine the peace talks in Kuwait would go nowhere, adding that the Yemenis would never agree to a peace plan that would bring the resigned president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, back to power.

On Sunday, the Ansarullah movement and its allies rejected as unacceptable a United Nations peace plan proposed to the delegations in Kuwait, saying the plan lacked any initiative for establishing a unity government in the war-torn country.

The Riyadh delegation, which represents Hadi and had initially agreed to the UN peace plan, said on Monday that it would pull out of the talks after it heard of the Ansarullah’s opposition to the plan.

 “We are leaving today after having completed our part in the talks,” their spokesman Mohammed al-Emrani said, claiming that the ball was now in the court of the Ansarullah and their allies.

The UN plan stipulated that Ansarullah and their allies withdraw from three major cities they control in Yemen, including the capital, and hand over their heavy arms. That plan said political dialogue on a final solution could start if Ansarullah met those conditions.

Ansarullah and their allies said any peace plan must first forge an accord on a new consensual executive authority, including a new president and government.

Yemen peace talks began on April 21 in Kuwait City. The warring sides had agreed on a ceasefire before the negotiations began although the Houthis have repeatedly accused Saudi Arabia, which backs Hadi through air strikes and ground operations in Yemen, of violating the truce agreement.

About 10,000 people have been killed since the conflict in Yemen began in late 2014. Yemenis say most of those dead have been civilians killed in Saudi air strikes. The attacks by Riyadh are meant to reinstate Hadi.

 

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