It seems that corruption issues are no longer exclusive to the pro-coalition government, as much as they represent an approach sponsored by the colonial domination forces in the West with the United Nations’ support.
And at a time when reports are raging about the disaster of corruption in the areas of Yemen controlled by the coalition, the International Monetary Fund has granted the pro-aggression government an amount of $300 million from the Special Drawing Rights of the Fund, without regard for the legal conditions that prevent such behavior from taking place in a country that lacks stability and standards of integrity and transparency.
Over the eight years of the war on Yemen, the International Monetary Fund played dirty roles against Yemen, whether by approving the transfer of the central bank from the capital, Sanaa, to Aden, and the subsequent malicious actions that hit the price of the Yemeni riyal and pushed the people of Yemen, especially in the areas controlled by the coalition, to starvation.
Economists say that the printing of amounts that amounted to nearly two trillion riyals by the government affiliated with the coalition cannot take place without the approval of the International Monetary Fund, and these amounts were printed under flimsy pretexts, the Monetary Fund did not bother to verify their validity.
Before the IMF jumped on the legal conditions for granting the coalition government the sum of $300 million, the report of the International and Regional Experts Committee to investigate human rights violations in Yemen had stated that the government loyal to the coalition was “practicing corruption that undermines the chances of peace in Yemen.”
Although Riyadh itself accused the government it supports of being involved in corruption cases regarding the deposit that Saudi Arabia made to the Central Bank of Aden, worth two billion dollars, in January 2018.
However, the International Monetary Fund did not take into account all the facts of corruption in which the coalition government is drowning in Yemen, which confirms that the United Nations institutions, including the International Fund, are working to support the continuation of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, for purposes that do not deviate from the American-British tendencies to occupy the ports And the islands of Yemen, and plundering its sovereign wealth.
And while the United Nations refuses to put any serious pressure on the coalition countries and their affiliated government, in order to force the coalition authorities in Aden to implement their obligations to pay the salaries of employees and retirees. We find that the United Nations and its International Monetary Fund are rushing to finance a government that has fallen from all standards of morality and responsibility. And the people of Yemen no longer see any confidence in it to represent their interests.
Source: YPA translated by Almasirah English website