SANA’A -Mohammed Ali al-Houthi has challenged the Saudi-backed so-called “government” of the exiled former president Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi to be transparent about the revenues of the state and its banks.
“The war of propaganda is being waged by the countries of the aggression, and they are working to promote rumors and lies against those who reject the occupation,” Mohammed Ali al-Houthi said a tweet on Sunday night.
“One of the most popular things they do in order to antagonize people against one other, is imposing a blockade, looting revenues, printing new currency, refusing to pay salaries, and manipulating real prices,” he continued.
“I challenge them to agree on transparency, to let the people know what is going on in terms of looting and corruption. A committee of academics from Universities of Sana’a and Aden, Yemeni experts and the people should be the judge,” al-Houthi said.
The chairman of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee furthermore reiterated the support of Sana’a for the consolidation of revenues, saying: “We are in favor of uniting all revenues of the Republic of Yemen according to a chronic mechanism, in exchange for stabilizing the economy and the paying of salaries.”
“These salaries are owed to the employees of the Republic of Yemen known in the Civil Service statements and the Central Bank. Those who stand against them are opposing not just a person or component, but are opposing the homeland.”