Disagreements hinder the holding of the Council.. Why did Al-Barakani left Riyadh? And who is Hadi candidate for parliamentary presidency?

Disagreements hinder the holding of the Council.. Why did Al-Barakani left Riyadh? And who is Hadi candidate for parliamentary presidency?


Days ago, in the Saudi capital of Riyadh, a heated debate was held on the selection of a consensus body to preside before the convening of the Council.

More than once, the Yemeni House of Representatives has been deadlocked for more than four years from the departure of deputies of  the capital Sana'a, before the recent moves to take place in anticipation of arrangements by the Houthi putschists to hold complementary elections in vacant seats rather than the deceased deputies.

Al-Masdar online has received special information confirming that the failure to agree on a board presidency may hinder its convening. Al-Masdar online published a copy of a letter from Deputy Speaker Mohammed al-Shdadi to members inviting them to come to the Saudi capital of Riyadh, where President Hadi and his assistants reside, As a gathering point ready to go into Yemen to hold a meeting of the House of Representatives that has been frozen for more than four years.

The sources told Al-Masdar online that a meeting of the leaders of the parliamentary blocs with President Hadi was held a few days ago, in the meeting, the President of the parliamentary bloc of the People's Congress party  proposed that the President coordinate with the leaders of the parties represented on the Council and agree on the presidency, and all the heads of blocs agreed to Proposed.

According to a parliamentarian source who said to  Al-Masdar online, "Three days ago, the Sultan Al-Barakani came to the hotel where the deputies reside, saying that the president chose a presidency without consulting the parties, then he carried his bags and left the hotel and went to Cairo, followed by a number of members of the  Public Conference party's parliamentary bloc ".

Al-Barakani hoping to become the president  Council there were reports of a consensus on his choice, and the distribution of the rest of the presidency to other parties, but the appointment of a prime minister to Maeen Abdulmalik was an impediment to this ambition, as he finds himself justified in "not giving the prime Minister and the Presidency of Parliament to one province  "in reference to the province of Taiz, which both belongs to Maeen and the sultan of Al-Barakani.

On the names proposed by Hadi to the presidency of the Parliament, sources told Al-Masdar online that the list and according to the information that was nominated includes:

-Abdel Wahab Ma’odah  (Otmah-Dhamar-affiliated with the Congress Party)

-Mohammed Ali Yasser (Al-Mahra Governorate- Congress party ).

-Insaf Mayo (Aden-Islah).

-Sakhr al-Wagih (Hodeidah-independent).


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