Thursday, 11 February 2010

Yemen war might stop for ever, official sources

By Nasser Arrabyee/11/02/2010

The war between Al Houthi rebels and the Yemeni government will end in the coming few hours after reaching a deal to end the 6-year conflict, official sources said Thursday.

A national committee from the Yemeni parliament was formed to supervise the implementation of the six conditions set by the government for ending the war, said the sources.

This committee, which has also field subcommittees including members from Al Houthi side, will start its work immediately after the military operations stop.

The sources said the government would announce a permanent halt of the military operations in the coming few hours in all frontlines.

The sources said that the President Ali Abdullah Saleh is very keen to bring peace and save blood, and start the process of development, building and reconstruction.

Opening the blocked roads, and the rebels descending from the mountains and barricades, retuning of the displaced people to their villages, and releasing of the detainees, all these will be the first things to do immediately the announcement of the halt of the military operations.

Among the subcommittees, there will be a committee for treating the social and material impacts of the war. A general compromise, agreed upon by all, will be reached to prevent any retaliation, new attacks, or revenges in all the war-affected areas the after math of the war.

Al Houthi elements will participate in the field subcommittees which will supervise the implementation of the six conditions previously accepted by Al Houthis, to end the war.

The purpose of these subcommittees is to prevent or solve any possible dispute that may happen during the implementation of the six conditions according to the time table and mechanism which was agreed by Al Houthis.

The conditions, which Al Houthis accepted to end the war, include the rebels' going down from the mountains, handing over the weapons, and not attacking the territories of Saudi Arabia.

Meanwhile, the new governor of Sa'ada, Taha Hajer, in his first meeting with the leaders of the province of Sa'ada, said Wednesday, Sa'ada will witness a new stage of peace and development.

Earlier this week, Hajer was appointed as the governor of Sa'ada, replacing Hassan Mana'a.

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