Blackmailing the "presidential" with the constitution after supporting Hadi's torpedo of his texts.

English - الأحد 14 أغسطس 2022 الساعة 04:13 م
Taiz, NewsYemen, special:

The Brotherhood, through its media tools, as well as political leaders loyal to it, escalated its sharp attack against the Presidential Leadership Council during the past two days, after its success in putting down the rebellion led by the military and security formations loyal to the group in Shabwa governorate.

the attack against the Presidential Command Council, which was formed and announced on the seventh of last April through the announcement of the transfer of power by President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi;  It focused on challenging the council's legitimacy and violating the constitution, according to what the former Minister of Interior Ahmed Al-Maisari put forward in a speech broadcast by the Brotherhood's Al-Mahra TV channel last Wednesday.

The same idea was repeated by Deputy Speaker of Parliament Abdulaziz Jabbari in an interview with Belqis channel, owned by Brotherhood activist Tawakkol Karman, which aired on Thursday;  He stressed the illegality of the Presidential Council and its violation of the Constitution.

Jabbari based his argument on the fact that there is no such thing as a “presidential council” in the texts of the constitution, which speaks of a president elected by the people;  He said that the parties and components that met in the Riyadh consultations do not have the legitimacy or authority to transfer power from the president to a presidential council.

Al-Maysari and Jabbari’s attempt to challenge the legitimacy of the Presidential Council by submitting the constitution paper;  He recalls the wide violations that the Yemeni constitution was subjected to during the period of former President Hadi, particularly since the beginning of the war, through hundreds of decisions supported by the Brotherhood and political leaders, especially Jabbari.

The most important and most prominent of these violations was Hadi’s dismissal in April of 2016, his deputy and the consensual Prime Minister Khaled Bahah, and the appointment of Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar as his replacement in the position of Vice President of the Republic, and Ahmed Obaid bin Daghr as his replacement in the position of Prime Minister.

At the time, this step met with strong opposition from prominent political forces, led by the Socialist Party and the Nasserist organization, for violating the principle of consensus on which the transitional period has been based since 2012, according to which Bahah was assigned to form the government in 2014 and was given confidence by Parliament.

In addition, the Nasserite organization made it clear in a statement its objection to this step that it violates the constitution, which does not give the President of the Republic the right to appoint a prime minister, but rather assigns a figure to form the government, “because the prime minister is not an employee subject to the rules of appointment and dismissal,” stressing that the government is “losing legitimacy.”  Existence and survival after the dismissal of the person who formed it.

This objection had no effect after the Brotherhood, represented by its political arm, the Islah Party, rushed to issue a statement of support for Hadi’s decisions with a number of loyal components, led by the Justice and Construction Party headed by Abdulaziz Jabari, after he retained the position of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Civil Service in the government.