Parliament Leadership urges Presidential Leadership Council to take necessary measures to deter Houthis' attacks, atrocities against the Yemeni peoples
The Leadership of the Parliament condemned with the most powerful terms the terrorist attacks by the Terrorist Houthi militias against the oil facilities, ports, economic resources and civilians in the governorates of Shabwa, Hadramout, Taiz, Marib and Lahj, the most recent of all the attack on Qena seaport last week.
The Parliament Headship issued today, Saturday a statement learned by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) calling on the Presidential Leadership Council and the Arab Coalition in support of legality in Yemen to take every necessary steps and measures to neutralize the militias' military capacities, stop its arrogance and atrocities against the Yemeni peoples.
The statements says "The blatant threat to the maritime trade and recurrent attacks on the international navigations is considered to be a flagrant violation of the fundamental rules of the Seas Law as these attacks risking the freedom of navigation through water passages in the region, deny access to the Yemeni seaports, imposing economic embargo and starving the Yemeni peoples".
The Parliament Leadership went on saying" The militias terrorist attacks on oil facilities and the so-called " Occupational Ethics Code for the State's employees", issued recently by the militia's leaders brazenly promoting racism, abolishing human rights and freedom, abandoning the constitution and national laws, blatantly humiliating the citizens in a manner that no other gang had dared to do throughout the humankind history. Moreover, killing civilians in Taiz and elsewhere, firing drones to hover over Aden Soqatra, and around all governorates is considered to be a flagrant defiance to the whole Yemeni peoples and an insult to the entire international community".
The Parliament Leadership called on the Presidential Leadership to take immediately the necessary decision that can deter the Houthis' crimes, restore the state's institutions with every necessary means including the military operations in all flashpoints and fronts to protect the Yemeni peoples from the militias' crimes and atrocities".
The Parliament Headship called on the Saudi-led Arab Coalition to respond to the appeals of their Yemeni brothers to help them defeating the Iranian scheme, restore the Yemeni state and regime that Houthi militias have badly messed with".
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