Almotamar.net - Assistant Secretary General for the Political Affairs at the General People’s Congress GPC Sultan Saeed al-Barakani has said the elections are a major issue demanding all the committed political forces preservation of democracy and to stop following the mirage of the Joint Meeting Parties (JMP).
Al-Barakani added, “It is not possible to leave our necks to parties leading us to an unknown fate.” He has ridiculed the JMP’s threat of moving the street, saying “If the JMP possesses the power of moving the street it would have done that after the presidential and local elections, when it had launched its threats.”
In an interview to Al-Mithaq newspaper published today , al-Barakani expected that the upcoming parliamentary elections would witness a large participation of the woman in addition to the presence of new parties that were absent from the parliament because of the shortage of their financing and predominance of the big parties.
Al-Barakani also clarified that the GPC’s present program is taking interest in urging its members and supporters towards stopping any crazy act or illogical behavior by the JMP and the full direction towards the elections.
President of the Supreme Political Council Saleh Al-Sammad chaired an extended meeting here at the Defence Ministry headquarters with Acting Defense Minister Hussein Khiran and Deputy Chief of the General Staff, Maj. Gen. Zakaria al-Shami.
The meeting took place on Sunday at the presence of the Deputy of the Supreme of Political Council Kasim Labouza and Head of the Military and Security Committee, Maj. Gen. Mohammed Abdullah al-Kawsi.
Saudi aggression fighter jets waged nine air strikes on Saada province overnight, a security official said on Monday.
The first raid targeted Ghamer area in Razah district and the other strike dropped cluster bombs on Takhiya area of Bakim district, injuring a citizen
The UN special envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed arrived on Sunday in Sana’a for a two-day visit.
In a statement to the media, Ahmed said that “I am currently visiting Sana’a following a long period since my last visit. The fact is that this period is a difficult one for the Yemeni people as painful and hard events took place during