SANA’A – Head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, commented on decisions made by the Saudi regime on Thursday, sacking of a number of its military commanders and ministers headed by Foreign Minister Adel Jubeir.
“The Saudi decisions are indicators of a political failure to confront Turkey about Khashoggi’s murdering,” Mohammed Ali al-Houthi said on his Twitter account.
قرارات السعوديةفشل سياسي واخفاق في مواجهةتركياخاشقجي
القرارات مزجت بين العسكر والسياسيةممايدلل على العجلةومحاولةللتهرب من التصنيف في جرائم اليمن وجريمةخاشقجي وتحسبالاي محاكمة
القرارات السعوديةخلت من سعوديين السبعينات وماقبل ومابعدفهل الاصلاح لم يشملهم كونهم مجنسين ام عدم الكفائة
— محمد علي الحوثي (@Moh_Alhouthi) December 27, 2018
“The decisions are mixed of the military and politicians, which proves the urgency and an attempt to evade classification in the crimes of Yemen and the crime of Khashoggi, as well as in anticipation of any trial,” al-Houthi added.
“The Saudi decisions did not include the generation of the 70s,” he said, questioning that the reform did not cover them, because either they are naturalized or inefficient?” he concluded.