Almotamar.net - The General People Congress (GPC)'s general committee discussed on Wednesday several ideas pertaining to a mechanism in accord with the constitution to carry out the Gulf initiative.
In its extraordinary meeting chaired by Vice President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi, the GPC's general committee asserted that the implementation of the Gulf initiative should assure achieving its goals, which are:
- The solution should lead to maintain the unity, security and stability of Yemen.
- It should meet with the ambitions of the Yemeni people of change and reform.
- The transfer of powers should be carried out in smooth and safe way via a national concord to keep Yemen away from anarchy and violence.
- All parts have to abide by eliminating all elements of political and security tension.
- All parts have to abide by stopping all forms of revenge and prosecution via guarantees.
After reaching an agreement on the mechanism, President Ali Abdullah Saleh will issue a decree to authorize the Vice President with requisite constitutional powers to conduct a dialogue with the parts singed the initiative on the timeframe and follow-up of the mechanism's implementation under a regional and international auspice and to assure holding an early presidential election.
The GPC general committee called on the Joint Meeting Parties (JMP) and its partners to take part in the dialogue as soon as possible and to end the division in the military establishments.
The committee also demanded the security bodies to declare the findings of the investigation of the presidential palace mosque attack, which is almost completed as Vice President said.
During the meeting, the Vice President indicated to the decisions adopted to enhance the political and security performance, reviewing the practical steps taken in some governorates to overcome the difficulties hindering the supplies access to the citizens.
Hadi stressed to avoid complexity or delay, saying they always lead to failure.
The meeting has touched on the essential requirements to end the ongoing crisis safely.
The general committee voted unanimously for the statement issued by the end of its two-day meetings
The Saudi aggression war jets continued on Saturday afternoon their criminal bombing on the capital Sana'a.
The hostile warplanes launched three violent raids on al-Nahdain area in al-Sabeen district for the fourth time within 24 hours after bombing the same area three times at dawn today, a local official said .
The number of the displaced families from inside and outside Mareb province amounted to 7,700 families due to the Saudi aggression on Yemen.
The internally displaced families in the districts of the province reached 6,200 families distributed on the districts of Majzar, Madghal, Raghwan, Serwah, Mareb city, al-Wadi, Harib al-Qramish, Harib Bihan, Bidbeda and al-Joba, the coordinator of the relief and humanitarian organization in the province Abdulkhaleq al-Sharif explained .
He pointed out that the number of the families displaced from Mareb to the capial Sana’a amounted to about 1,500 families distributed on several areas, including al-Hatarish, Bani al-Harish district, Daress, Mathbah, Aser, Shumilah, al-Sabeen and the 50th Street.
Three citizens were killed and other wounded in Saudi airstrikes targeted their house in Bir Basha area in Taiz province, a local official said on Monday.
These airstrikes coincided with other raids launched by the aggression warplanes and targeted Mokha Port and the quarantine premises, causing destruction in the port and the quarantine, the official explained.
The Russian Foreign Ministry has described the Saudi-led coalition massacres in Yemen as horrific, calling for an immediate ceasefire and engaging in negations without preconditions.
The Russian Foreign Ministry’s spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told a news conference in Moscow that despite the positive signals made by the negotiations between the Yemeni opposing parties in Geneva last December, but the armed confrontation in this country are still continuing, especially after the Saudi-led coalition announced the end of the truce and resumed the military operations.
" In recent days the media circulated horrible news about the Saudi-led coalition bombing on a MSF-supported hospital in Sa’ada, which resulted in deaths and injuries," she added.
The army and popular committees managed on Tuesday to secure three sites in Taiz province, a local official said.
The army and popular committees carried out a military operation before Tuesday dawn ended up with regaining control over three sites in Addar junction between Nagd Qusaim and al-Misrakh in Taiz, the official added.
At least four people were killed on Sunday when a missile hit a hospital supported by Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in Sa'ada province.
One projectile struck the Shiara Hospital in Razeh district at 9:20 a.m., according to MSF staff members on the ground. The MSF staff has been working in the hospital since November 2015.
"The hospital was hit by a projectile this morning, killing four people, wounding 10," In a statement issued by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF),
Three of the injured are MSF staff members, two of whom are in critical condition, the medical humanitarian organization said. In addition, several buildings of the medical facility were collapsed.
"The number of casualties could rise as there could still be people trapped in the rubble." The organization said the staff has evacuated and patients are being transferred to Al Goumoury hospital in Sa'ada, which is also supported by MSF.
MSF cannot confirm the origin of the attack, but planes were seen flying over the facility at the time. At least one more projectile fell near the hospital.