The fugitive Yemeni president relinquished power

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Publish Date: 10:45 - 07 April 2022
Thursday, 7 April 2022 (YJC)_ The fugitive Yemeni president fired his deputy, announced the formation of a presidential leadership council, and handed over all powers to him.

The fugitive Yemeni president relinquished powerResigned and fugitive Yemeni President Abd al-Mansour Hadi ousted his deputy, Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar, this morning (Thursday, April 7th) and handed over power to the Presidential Leadership Council.

According to Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed, Hadi, while dismissing Al-Ahmar, announced the formation of a presidential leadership council headed by Rashad al-Alimi, with seven other Yemeni political parties and factions, with the aim of forming a presidential leadership council with powers. The President and his Vice President announced the completion of the transition mission.

The resigned Yemeni president said in a statement on the transfer of power:
According to this declaration, I delegate all my powers irrevocably to the Presidential Leadership Council in accordance with the Constitution, the Persian Gulf Initiative Plan and its executive mechanism.

According to the report, the Presidential Leadership Council, chaired by Rashad al-Alimi and composed of "Sultan al-Arada", the governor appointed by the resigned government on Ma'rib, "Tariq Muhammad Saleh", "Abdul Rahman Abu Zareh", the commander of "Al-Waya Al-Amalqa" forces, "Abdullah Al-Alimi Bauzir" His chief of staff, Othman al-Majli, Eid al-Zubaidi, chairman of the Transitional Council in southern Yemen, and Faraj al-Bahsani, governor of Hadramaut, will take over from Hadi and his deputy.

Following this transfer of power, the Yemeni Presidential Leadership Council will establish political, military and security administration in areas under the control of the Saudi-Emirati coalition; He will take over during the transition phase and will also be responsible for negotiating a ceasefire with the Ansarullah movement.

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