Almotamar.net - Chairman of the Yemeni Lawyers Union Abdullah Rajih has on Tuesday warned all Yemeni lawyers against being dragged after some local legal foundations and bureaus about which he said they work on implementing foreign agenda and orientations by holding training courses for lawyers beyond from the Lawyers Union.
In inauguration of the first advanced training course for the lawyers in 2009 began on Monday and attended by 40 lawyers from both sexes, held by the Lawyers Union, Rajih said some foundations and bureaus belonging to some lawyers in Yemen have lately emerged. They claim training and qualifying lawyers through holding courses supported by some international organizations, beyond seeking advice of the Lawyers Union. This is considered violation to the texts of the law of lawyer profession that entrusted the Union with the responsibility of training lawyers.
Rajah added that the Lawyers Union, Sana'a branch is carrying out 10 training courses fro lawyers in the year 2009 for a large number of lawyers, six of them have so far been carried out.
Prime Minister Abdulaziz Saleh bin Habtoor met with visiting director of operations for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Dominik Stillhart.
The meeting discussed aspects of enhancing cooperation between Yemen and the ICRC in the humanitarian field and developing mechanisms for joint action to alleviate the repercussions of aggression war states and siege against the public health, water and environment sectors.
The meeting reviewing the growing role of the ICRC in
Foreign Minister Hisham Sharaf met with Dominik Stillhart, Director of Operations for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
The meeting dealt with efforts by the ICRC, reviewing violations carried out by the aggression states of Saudi and Emirates against the Yemeni people. It also discussed the file of war prisoners held by the aggression states and the blatant violations against them that openly breach the international laws and conventions.
Saudi fighter jets continued fierce strikes on citizens' houses and properties over the past hours in several provinces, a military official said on Tuesday.
The Saudi-paid mercenaries shot bullets on a child in Al Maton district of Jawf province, wounding the child seriously, while the mercenaries also fired Katyusha missiles on the house of citizens in Serwah district of Marib province.