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Houthi leader attacks his own militias, accuses them of corruption

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Houthi militia leader Mohammed al-Bukhait has come out and attacked the group and accused them of corruption and excluding others, calling for a “quick action before it is too late”.

On his Facebook page the member of the Political Council of the Houthis said that “the power of money is controlling the security and parliamentary and the rest of the institutions,” highlighting that that there were people in state institutions who were excluded during the Houthis’ era.

Bukhaiti revealed that the Houthi leadership in state institutions is narrow-mined and has a clique tendency in Sanaa, pointing out that the militias “wasted a golden opportunity to reform the situation when they entered the capital, as they handed over the responsibility to unqualified people”.

“Since we reached this result, this should not mean excluding others,” Bukhaiti said.