11500 for gasoline.. Houthi terrorism for the population on the anniversary of the 1,000 riyals doseEnglish - الاثنين 20 سبتمبر 2021 الساعة 10:32 ص
The Houthi militia is exploiting all the capabilities of the state that it seized to push citizens in its areas of control to participate in the anniversary of its coup against the constitutional legitimacy in September 2014 under the pretext of the price dose estimated at 1,000 riyals, which raised the price of a 20-liter tank of gasoline, from 3 to 4 thousand riyals.
The Houthi militia - the Iranian arm in Yemen - obligated the ministries, government agencies, institutions, executive and service offices, to hold celebratory rhetorical events on the occasion, whose seventh anniversary comes in light of the successive price doses of oil derivatives and the recovery of their black markets, and the arrival of the price of a 20-liter tank of gasoline on Sunday, September 19 / This September, to 11,500 riyals, an increase of 7,500 riyals over its price in 2014.
The Houthi militia has deployed field teams to collect additional financial royalties from residents, small sellers and workers in the commercial sector, through its supervisors and the head of the neighborhoods in residential neighborhoods, streets and markets, under the pretext of celebrating the occasion, in light of the deteriorating living conditions and the lack of most sources of income for most of the population, and the Houthi militia looting the salaries of state employees. For the fifth year in a row.
In a remarkable turn, the Houthi militia repeatedly sent compulsory mobile messages to service subscribers in Yemen Mobile. The messages included an implicit threat and intellectual terrorism, considering that standing with what it calls the September 21 revolution is standing with the homeland, and “whoever stands against.... September 21 stands against.” home,” she claims.
It is noteworthy that the internationally recognized government of President Hadi in 2014 reduced fuel prices to 3,000 riyals instead of 4,000 for a 20-liter tank of gasoline, but the Houthi militia continued its armed escalation, demanding the dismissal of the government, and its escalation culminated in the storming of the capital, Sanaa, on September 21 September of the same year and the control of state institutions by force of arms.