He said al-Burkani refused to condemn the army's targeting. Jubbari: President Hadi and Saudi Arabia hold the responsibility for stopping UAE tampering in Yemen

He said al-Burkani refused to condemn the army's targeting. Jubbari: President Hadi and Saudi Arabia hold the responsibility for stopping UAE tampering in Yemen

Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Abdul Aziz Jubbari said that President Hadi's silence and government and party leaders on the practices of the Arab alliance in Yemen, is a "betrayal", blaming the president and Saudi Arabia for deviating from its objectives in Yemen.

Jubbari added in a televised interview on Suhail tv, which broadcasts from the Saudi capital Riyadh, that the speaker of the House of Representatives Sultan al-Barakani, obstructed the issuance of any position of parliament on the bombing of the UAE air force in Aden and Abyan, blaming the speaker of parliament for this, and demanding members of the presidency of the Parliament to carry out their national duty in the face of the aggression and dangers to which the nation is exposed.

Jubbari, a former deputy prime minister and now presidential adviser, said the situation in Yemen cannot be tolerated, "a country that is destroyed while the parties and the presidency are disagreeing  on  those who run the country in the future.

Jubbari referred to the Saudi position on the UAE attacks, adding that "the Saudis say they cannot dispense with the role of the UAE and do not stop its tampering with Yemen."

"We don't want the Saudis to become a mediator and they have to abide by international resolutions and support legitimacy."

President Hadi and Saudi Arabia, as the leader of the Arab coalition, held full responsibility for what happened and is happening in the liberated areas, and the deviation of the coalition from its objectives, pointing out that they have not met President Hadi since the recent events in southern Yemen.

Jubbari said the UAE is carrying out an attack on Yemen that controls airports and ports, prevents state authorities from carrying out their duties, supports armed militias against the state and has fragmentation projects in Yemen that cannot be accepted or tolerated.


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