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Tue - 09 Oct 2018 - 01:10 PM ،،،

 Sheikh Mohamed Bin Naji Al-Shayef General Committee member of the General Peoples Congress and member of the Yemeni Prliamnet, advised President Abdulrabo M Hadi to open  dialogue with Southern Transitional Council, and not to be sidetracked and to work to deccrease the gap between the legitimacy and Southern Transitional Council.

 The source barakish.net said that the Northern Sheikh Alshayef said that the STC did not call for war and was consistent in calling for a peaceful solution for dialogue and to forget the elimination methods used in 1994.

He added at the moment is better to resort to dialogue amicably that to be forced to it in future through an international envoy. Assuring that the current situation doesn’t need extra trouble it requires listening to reason and to accommodate the demands of the Southern Transitional Council as a force that cannot be ignored.

Shaif said, ignoring the actors on the Yemeni arena is the most prominent causes of collapse of Yemen since 2011.Shaif, rejected the comparison between the Houthi and Transitional Council ,he said the Houthis they ruined the country and pushed it towards disaster it failed to lead its forces and in administrating the state, men were killed and  thousands of Yemeni people were displaced.

He stressed that Iran-backed the Houthi militias to implement its expanding Irannian Persian agenda in the region. Shaif demanded the legitimacy to work to overcome difficulties lead by the Arab coalition by the custodian Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Crown Prince HH Mohamed Bin Salman, and an active contribution of the U.A.E. State led by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of his Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed and the rest of the Arab Coalition to support the  legitimacy in Yemen.

On the possibility of forming a Transitional Council, in North Yemen, Shaykh al-Shaif, said  that the possibility is not excluded under the current failure of legitimacy within corruption of partisan forces and certain powers who benefit from prolonging the war.