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 Court of First Instance in Sana'a sentenced on Tuesday two defendants to 4 and 15 years in Jail in the assassination case of the former commander of the military southern command, Brigadier Salem Qatn.
The defendant Sami Fadl Daian was sentenced to 15 year in jail for being convicted of infringing on the state's security ,military and civilian institutions and their personnel in cooperation with the al-Qaeda and individually.
The Yemeni-GCC joint technical committee to determine Yemen's developmental needs concluded on Tuesday its meetings at the GCC's headquarters in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.
During the two-day meetings, the committee discussed several topics related to the assistances provided by the GCC States for Yemen in the development field, as well as the implementation progress of GCC States-funded projects.
The latest developments concerning the work of the Executive Bureau to accelerate absorption of donors' pledges and the underway preparations for imminent meeting of the Friends of Yemen group
President Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi sent on Monday a letter of thank and appreciation to forces of Counter-Terrorism Unit for carrying out a quality process against al-Qaeda militants in Shabwa governorate.
Hadi in his letter praised the process, which he said, represents a strong letter to al-Qaeda
An air strike targeted al-Qaeda training camps killed a number of militants, some are of different nationalities, the Supreme Security Committee said on Sunday.
The targeted training camps were in a remote mountainous region between Abyan and Shabwa provinces, an official at the committee said, adding that the militants targeted were among the leading and dangerous elements of al-Qaeda
The republican decree No. 64 for 2014 was issued assigning Judge Abdullah Abdullah al-Moghlas as an office director of the head of the Supreme Commission for Elections and Referendum, SCER.
The Presidential decree No. 29 for 2014 was issued appointing Sultan