Congress party complains of marginalization and exclusion of its cadres from their posts by their Houthi allies

Congress party complains of marginalization and exclusion of its cadres from their posts by their Houthi allies


The General People's Congress (GPC) in the central province of Ibb said it was being excluded and marginalized by the Houthi group, which has been ruling on the province since October 2014.

The General People's Congress party, led by former President Saleh, criticized in a statement what it described as a "campaign of exclusion" by its Houthi allies by removing its cadres from their administrative positions, describing this campaign as "unjustified and illegal and conducted in explicit violation." Law and order and conditions of public office's employment criteria."

The ibb conference statement called on the party's leadership in Sana'a to visit  Ibb province and hold meetings with party leaders to learn about their exclusion, marginalization and  put an end to it.

The conference leaders in Ibb threatened mass resignations from the party and froze their membership in protest and rejection of the continuation of what they are being subjected to by the Houthi group.

The statement pointed out that the responsibility of the state administration during the current period is based on the agreement to establish the political council shared by the Congress Party (Sana'a wing) with the Houthis, which the statement said stressed the need to abide by and implement the provisions of the constitution and the law, stressing that the administration of the state "goes outside Law and regulations."

The Popular Congress Party, founded by former President Saleh and maintained until he was killed in late December 2017 by his Houthi allies in Sanaa, has entered into an alliance with the Houthis and continues to share government positions with them through the (unrecognized) Government of Sanaa, which is headed by Congress leader Abdul Aziz Ben Habtoor.


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