Almotamar.net - Sana'a-Assistant Secretary General of the General People's Congress (GPC) Sultan al-Barakani on Monday has affirmed that solution of the Yemeni crisis lies in holding early elections. He asserted that the early elections the safe outlet and guarantee for all the parties for mending the state of congestion and stopping bloodshed.
In an interview to Ukad newspaper, al-Barakani said the President has given authority to the GPC's General Committee to sit with the opposition, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GPC) and ambassadors and friends for preparing the mechanism of the Gulf initiative. "This is what we are working on inside the party now for crystallizing a vision for the solution and we are communicating with all opposition parties and authority so that to sit together to prepare the mechanism and study the project presented by the United Nations Secretary General's envoy Gamal bin Omar, containing much of the mechanisms related to the initiative and we have conviction of holding early elections and transferring the power, instead of postponement."
Saudi aggression fighter jets on Monday waged three air strikes on citizens' houses in Serwah district of Mareb province, a local official said.
The air strikes hit the house of Ali Mohammed al-Hussaini and a number of neighboring houses in Habab valley area three times, causing heavy damage to the houses, the official said.
The army says third generation of modern Yemeni Rocketry ballistic missiles cannot be intercepted provided enemy Saudi anti-missile system, in a statement on Sunday.
The army said the new Yemeni ballistic technology is another war against US -Saudi anti-missiles system in which the Yemeni technology of the third generation of ballistic missiles beats enemy system and always hit the targets directly and accurately.
The army confirmed that the missile forces have managed in a short time and in very difficult conditions to change the military equation into their favor.
Prime Minister Dr. Abdul Aziz Saleh Bin Habtoor, met on Sunday in the capital Sana'a, the UN Resident Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen, Jamie McGoldrick.
At the meeting, they stressed on the importance to exert all efforts to alleviate suffering of the Yemeni people due to the Saudi aggression and its all-out siege that have hit the humanitarian, health and economic sectors.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hisham Sharaf, expressed Saturday his surprise at remarks made by some ambassadors of friendly countries, calling them to instead seek the interest of the Yemeni people and help establish peace in the region.
In a statement, the minister said that some of these countries only seek to serve the objectives and interests of their own, but not the interests of the Yemeni people.
He Said those countries, or the so called Quarter countries
Yemeni parliament strongly condemned on Saturday the Saudi aggression air strikes on the funeral house in Arhab district of Sana'a province that left at least ten women and children died, in a press statement said.
The Saudi air attack on the women funeral house was the Saudi latest war crime against the Yemeni civilians that killed eight women and children and injured ten other women on Wednesday afternoon.
The parliament said that this new horrific, brutal Saudi war crime against Yemeni civilians reveals that the Saudi aggression is a beast lacks all religious