After suspension of the partnership. Houthi newspaper attacks Congress Party in Sana'a and describes them as reserve mercenaries

After suspension of the partnership. Houthi newspaper attacks Congress Party in Sana'a and describes them as reserve mercenaries


A newspaper affiliated with the Houthi militia attacked the General People's Congress in Sanaa on Monday, a day after the party suspended its partnership with the Houthis in the various political entities that bring them together.

Al-Hawiah newspaper published a picture of the leaders of the Congress Party, the militia's most prominent ally, and wrote next to the photo " Reserve Mercenaries ".

The newspaper said that "the lust for power controlling the heirs of the Saleh conference will not bring them back to power, and the option of returning on the back of the tanks of Saudi Arabia and the UAE has fallen."

"The Sana'a members need to understand that they are completely exposed and uncovered, and those abroad will not give them protection, but want to push them to the guillotine as a sacrifice for the next settlement," it said.

"The Sana'a congress members jumped to the forefront across the boycott, making them fall into the maze of treason and make them accountable to the law," the paper said.

On Sunday, the General People's Congress (GPC) announced the Sanaa branch to boycott all the entities that bring them together with the Houthis, starting with the so-called Supreme Political Council, then the internationally unrecognized government, as well as the House of Representatives and the Shura Council.

The party justified the boycott as a protest against the release of those accused of the 2011 Al-Nahdin Mosque bombing, which targeted Saleh and his his government members.


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