Almotamar.net-saba - Millions of Yemenis began on Tuesday going to the polling stations to take part in the early presidential election all over the country.
Vice President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi is the sole consensus candidate in the early presidential election under the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)-brokered initiative signed by the Yemeni political parties in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, last November and also backed by UN resolution 2014.
Nearly 10,243,364 voters, of whom 4,348,485 are women, are registered in the polling lists. The Supreme Commission for Election and Referendum (SCER) expected increasing the numbers.
The election's budget amounts to YR 9.9 billion. It is managed by 21 supervisory 0 committees, 301 central stations and 28,742 sub-stations, in addition to 900 extra sub-committees allocated for voters, who are not in their electoral constituencies and the displaced people in Sa'ada and Abyan governorates.
Over 100,000 troops will provide security at polling committees across the country.
Meanwhile, the presidential candidate Hadi casted his ballot in the 12 election station in Sana’a.
President of the Supreme Political Council Saleh al-Sammad visited on Thursday Arhab district in Sana'a governorate, offering condolences to victims of the massacre committed by Saudi criminal aggression warplanes on a the house in the district.
Saudi aggression warplanes pounded on Wednesday afternoon a funeral house in Arhab district of Sana'a province, killing eight women, including
Extremely worrying reports suggest that civilians and civilian objects have been targeted, in violation of international humanitarian law and international human rights law, over the past two weeks, in the southwestern port of Al Mokha in Taiz Governorate in Yemen, the United Nations human rights agency warned.
While the intense fighting – both ground fighting and airstrikes – made it impossible for UN Human Rights Office field monitors to access the area and