In this regard, the Yemeni-Saudi bilateral negotiations stopped, with Omani mediation, according to a previous statement by President Al-Mashat. That is because Saudi Arabia, the US, Emirates, Britain and France, want to continue the series of looting of the country’s sovereign wealth of oil and gas. Saudi Arabia tried to present itself as a shepherd of peace and a kingdom of goodness by paying an amount as if it was a blessing or charity, Sana’a, however, refused, and this is no longer a secret to anyone.
Between the unfair approaches and the unlimited obstructions by the coalition of aggression, more than one million and 300 thousand employees have remained without salaries for years. It is intended for them to remain as such for additional years, which Sana’a rejects.
Therefore, Sana’a imposed the equation of protecting wealth. It seeks to impose pressure options, to prevent the US-Saudi aggression from using the human and legal rights of the people, which are not supposed to be subject to political bargaining.
A clear and obvious fact that some ignore and forget that the sources of oil and gas and their revenues are under the control of aggression and its tools. These revenues used to cover about 90 percent of the salaries of state employees.
Despite the scarcity of revenues, Sana'a seeks from time to time to cover part of the salaries of employees in the areas under the control of the Supreme Political Council. In addition, it seeks to operate and maintain state institutions, provide possible services, encourage development initiatives, and support the confrontation fronts of a regional and international coalition.
There is a political goal that the coalition wants behind the continued aggravation of this issue and its lack of resolution. With time, it is betting on the street explosion in the face of the Sana’a leadership. It does not realize that pressure and obstruction may trigger additional options that do not stop at the sources of wealth in Yemen, but may extend to the sources and interests of those obstructing this and other humanitarian issues.
The Leader of the Revolution Sayyed Abdulmalik Al-Houthi has previously confirmed that there is no economic stability in the countries involved in aggression without peace in Yemen, and peace begins with humanitarian issues, foremost of which are salaries.#Yemen #US-Saudi Aggression 23-08-14
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