President Hadi issues decision to relocate the High Electoral Commission to the interim capital of Aden

President Hadi issues decision to relocate the High Electoral Commission to the interim capital of Aden


President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi on Tuesday issued a decision to relocate the High Electoral Commission to the interim capital of Aden. The move comes more than four years after the Houthi rebels completed the coup d'état and controlled state institutions in Sanaa, after declaring The Houthi coup plotters intend to organize supplementary elections to fill vacant districts in their areas of control.

The decision stipulated that the Higher Committee for Elections should exercise its powers, responsibilities and actions from its headquarters in the interim capital of Aden and the Government should promptly provide administrative and financial facilities to the Commission.

Article 3 of the Government Information Bulletin considered that all the changes made by the Houthi militias in the Commission were deemed to be non-existent and did not have any legal consequences for their issuance of usurping forms and names of the exclusive state authorities and their premises and the fact that their actions were punishable by law and condemned Under the relevant resolutions of the Security Council have been issued before or after this resolution.

The resolution provided for the Supreme Judicial Council to investigate judges who had accepted to serve on the Committee on the basis of the Houthi militias and to take punitive measures in accordance with the Law on the judiciary and related laws.

The legitimate authority is unable to arrange a meeting of the House of Representatives, despite repeated statements by parliamentarians supporting the legitimate government that a quorum is available for Parliament, but there is a deliberate political will to obstruct the Council's meeting.


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