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.
The Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Yemen has revealed that the political powers representatives reiterated their commitment to continue their consultations to end the political crisis in Yemen.
Jamal Benomar made the statement after a meeting held on Monday with representatives of the political forces signatories to the Peace and National Partnership Agreement (PNPA).
Congress (GPC) and its allies are still asking for the the outputs of the national dialogue conference that agreed upon the agreement of peace and partnership and the importance of a quick working on the implementation of the four points in the speech of Mr. AbdulMalik Badr al-Din al-Houthi yesterday. He added that the points have been agreed upon in the peace agreement and partnership that signed by all parties in order to take out of the Yemen political tension and to avoid violence and bloodshed
The Arab League called on Tuesday all the political parties to immediately stop and reject all forms of violence.
Deputy Secretary General of the Arab League Ahmad bin Hali said in a press statement the secretariat is following up with great interest the developments in Yemen, and carrying out calls in order to assist containing the crisis.
He also urged all parties to support efforts exerted by President Abdo Rabbu Mansour Hadi in accordance with the Peace and Partnership Agreement that based on the National Dialogue Conference (NDC)'s outputs in order to ensure Yemen's security and stability.
From another hand, the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs appealed the political components to hold their responsibilities in contributing to achieve stability and peace in the country