The session includes presenting the government’s statement, granting confidence and forming committees
While the United Nations and the international and regional community stress the commitment to the Yemeni truce, members of Parliament, after their arrival yesterday (Sunday) in the city of Aden, are preparing to hold their second session inside the country since the Houthi militia coup against legitimacy, where they are scheduled to bless the transfer of power to the Presidential Leadership Council from the former president. Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi and give the current government confidence to continue its duties.
According to well-informed government sources that Asharq Al-Awsat spoke to, Parliament Speaker Sultan al-Barakani, members of the Presidency of the Council and the rest of the deputies, along with members of the Shura Council, arrived in Aden from the Saudi capital, Riyadh, while the President of the Presidential Leadership Council Rashad Al-Alimi and his seven deputies are expected to return at the same time. Later the sources did not disclose it for security precautions.
The Yemeni parliament said in a statement that the return of its speaker, accompanied by the members to Aden, “comes within the framework of the meeting of all state institutions in the temporary capital, Aden, where the House of Representatives will hold its first session of the second session to discuss various issues and form its organs and committees.”
The Presidential Leadership Council will take the constitutional oath before the Council, and the government’s statement will be listened to, discussed and given confidence. The Council will also stand in its sessions before a number of issues related to the general situation on the national arena, closely reviewing them and inspecting the conditions of citizens.
The Yemeni street is counting on the return of the Presidential Council, the Representatives, the government and all the state leadership to the interior in terms of working to stabilize security in the liberated areas, save the economy and provide services. The street looks forward to the current UN armistice representing a real entrance to ending the conflict and restoring the transitional path on which the Houthi militias turned.