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Houthi leader launches attack on Yemen’s Saleh and his party

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Houthi leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi has launched an attack on his coup partner, ousted former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh.

In a speech which appeared to be referring to Saleh’s party, al-Houthi said that there are those who seek to dismantle and strike the home front. They also aim to provoke conflicts to influence the military front, he added.

Al-Houthi also noted that there are those who are holding deals and attempting to conspire against Yemen.

Similarly, the Houthi leader spoke on the penetrations found in some of the political elements. Allegedly referring to Saleh’s party, he underlined the apparent practice of labor abroad which aimed to divide the national front.

According to al-Houthi, the alleged suspects are attempting to escalate the situation. The leader said so while accusing the former president’s party of abdication of responsibility in the management of state institutions.