Almotamar.net - Sheikh Sultan al-Barakani, the General People's Congress (GPC)"s Assistant Secretary-General wished leaders of opposition parties of the Joint Meeting to acquaint themselves with constitutional systems before staring to talk every now and then about what he described as rosy dreams and illusions.
Commenting on the JMP talk of a shadow government Mar al-Barakani said," We are not in need in this regard to talk on the matter of a shadow government existence because that is well-known worldwide," considering that talk as resulting from personal desires of the some without understanding the rules of the political, executive and parliamentary action.
Al-Barakani added, in the context of commenting on statements by leaders of the JMP parties on their intention of formation of a shadow government, he said " I tell the brothers in the JMP, despite the contradiction between what Mohammed Qahtan, head of Islah political office stated about existence of an undeclared shadow government and that of Dr. Yassin Saeed Nouman the YSP secretary general, the shadow government is one of the alternatives submitted to The JMP. In other words this contradiction means there are personal desires with some without understanding of the rules of political, executive and parliamentary work. He said in order to make Ali al-Sarari, member of the YSP's politburo any embarrassment, "the shadow government does not aim at dominating the government and take its place but rather to offer alternatives."
Al-Barakani wished that the officials in the JMP had presented those alternatives to the electors on the 20th of last September. He said it was a wish that the brothers in the JMP would allot their qat-chewing sessions or part of them for studying thoroughly the Yemeni constitution as well as systems in the world so that they will be judicious in what they unleash of statements or decisions they take. The process of monitoring the performance of the government the government through monitoring the implementation of he constitution and the law and the platform under which it has gained confidence, the budgets and final accounts and reports of the monitoring and audition that are issued by the concerned parties in the government.
In his statement to 26 September newspaper on Thursday al-Barakani the parliament committees are the main means for the monitoring action as they are the official medium of parliamentary action. He said "I do not think that members of the JMP are not part of those committees."
Mr. al-Barakani affirmed if we had one day seen a serious project presented by the JMP through its representatives in the parliament as dealing with a failure we would have respected it because we do not monopolize the fact or claim possessing it. Anything positive presented by anyone it would be respected.
The UN envoy to Yemen confirmed on Monday that the consensus of the participants in Yemeni peace talks held in Kuwait on bringing peace makes reaching a solution possible.
"There is no doubt that there are significant differences in views, but the consensus of the participants to bring peace makes it possible to reach a solution,” the UN envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed said in a statement issued after the talks session Monday.
“There are only two options; either to continue the war or to consult and make concessions in order to achieve peace and all parties should assume responsibility for their decisions,” the UN envoy added.
The Saudi-led coalition has continued to fly intensively on the skies of many provinces, including Sana'a, Taiz, Mareb, Sa'ada, Mahweet, Lahj, Hajjah, Shabwa, Hodeida, Jawf.
A military official said the Riyadh's hirelings targeted the army and popular committees' sites in areas of Beer Basha, al-Khalel in Khadir district, in Jahmaliyah, Klabah, al-Salal and 40 Street in al-Dhamgah district in Taiz with light and medium weapons.
Moreover, the Riyadh's hirelings pounded the army and popular committees sites in al-Shabakah area, al-Ghawi Mount and al-Ain Mount, al-Jurf Mount, al-Shuqairah valley, Hasanat area with mortars in al-Waze'yah district of Taiz, according to the official.
The army and popular committees sites were also targeted by the mercenaries in Nehm district of Sana'a province.
In Mareb province, the hirelings bombarded the army and popular committees sites in al-Mashjah, Hilan Mount, al-Rabiah in Serwah district with medium and heavy weapons.
The Saudi fighter jets dropped flare bombs on different areas of Razeh district in Sa'ada, he said.
The hirelings pounded also areas in al-Ghail and al-Moton districts and targeted sites of the army and popular committees Aibar valley in Jawf with light weapons.
The national delegation in Kuwait met on Monday with ambassadors of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and the European Union (EU).
The meeting reviewed the conduct of the consultations over the past days and the reasons for the lack of progress in the negotiations, topped by the non-compliance of Saudi Arabia to the ceasefire.
At the meeting, the national delegation stressed that the consolidation of the cease-fire is the key factor for the success of the ongoing negotiations in Kuwait.
The delegation pointed out that the continuation of war and aggression and the other party's disavowal from his responsibilities was the reason for delaying the arrival of the delegation members to Kuwait.
The national delegation demanded pressure toward the success of the negotiations through the implementation of the first item, confirming its keenness on the success of the political process based on consensus and not exclusion.
A new talk session between the national delegation and Riyadh's delegation was held on Saturday in Kuwait.
A Yemeni military communication and coordination committee and UN army experts participated in the session to brief the delegates on their activities and the difficulties they face in their work to make sure the cease-fire is respected.
In the presence of UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed, the talks continued to discuss the cessation of hostilities, in addition to review the general framework of the talks.
In the session, the UN envoy suggested to issue a statement supporting the ceasefire, which was accepted by the national committee. However, the Riyadh delegation rejected the proposal.
The ceasefire committees in Jawf province signed on Friday a document detailing a mechanism to establish the ceasefire in all fighting fronts.
in a copy of the signed document, which included several terms, the most important are: ceasing fire in all fronts in the province, stopping military mobilization and reinforcements in all fronts, observing the ceasefire by the concerned committees, placing a mechanism for the direct communication between the two parties, halting all acts of detention in the public roads, completing measures for prisoners swap and releasing detainees, allowing humanitarian and relief works and opening roads.
Ansarullah official spokesman has said that the desired solution must be inclusive dealing with all issues.
"We do not want a piecemeal a partial solution. We want a comprehensive solution includes all issues to go to sound solutions," Mohamed Abdulsalam said in the opening session of the peace talks kicked off in Kuwait on Thursday.
He expressed reservations about the continuation of the airstrikes and the five points, which he said "were not clear either in their sequences or content."
He said that they held a dialogue with Saudi Arabia to make Kuwait talks successful, stressing that they will deal positively to come out with an obvious solution leads to partnership.
The talks was supposed to start three days ago, but the national delegation refused to leave Sana'a on time.
Abdulsalam said that the delay was because of the war that has not ceased. "The reasons for the delay are the continued air raids [on Yemen] and the ambiguity in the talks' agenda."
He appreciated the role played by Kuwait and the facilities they offered to succeed the talks.
Head of the General People Congress (GPC) delegation confirmed that the GPC is keen on the path of peace and dialogue as it does in 2011.
A delegation consisting of representatives of the General People’s Congress (GPC) and Ansarullah headed on Wednesday to Kuwait to partake in the dialogue called for by the United Nations.
In a statement to media before departing Sana’a International Airport, the official spokesman for Ansarullah Mohamed Abdulsalam said the delegation’s first purpose is the success of the dialogue, despite the continuing bombing and blockade.
" We are going to Kuwait to prove to the public opinion, the Yemeni people and the army and popular committees everywhere that we are keen on achieving the security and stability,” Abdulsalm said.
He confirmed attending the dialogue, despite the reservation, which came in the delegation’s letter to the UN envoy, about halting the military acts and about the ambiguity in the UN agenda.