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Houthis and Muslim Brotherhood fail Muscat negotiations… Latest developments

The Yemeni negotiations in Muscat regarding prisoners held by the legitimate authorities and the Houthi terrorist militias concluded yesterday without achieving any tangible results.

Activists accused the Houthi gang and the government delegation, which included representatives from the (Islah) Party, “the Muslim Brotherhood‘s arm in Yemen,” of not being serious about ending the suffering of the families of prisoners and detainees, according to the (Al-Muntasaf Net) website.

They said that both parties do not value the suffering of these prisoners and detainees and their families, pointing out that there are detainees forcibly kidnapped by the Houthi gang “Iran’s agents,” whose families have known nothing about them for more than nine years.

They confirmed that the Muscat negotiations blatantly revealed the intransigence of the Houthi gang and the Islah Party, and their insistence on prolonging the humanitarian suffering of Yemenis indefinitely, as they put it.

They confirmed that the (Islah) Party insisted on focusing the negotiations on Mohammed Qahtan, ignoring the other prisoners and detainees. For this reason, they launched a fierce attack on the government committee, causing disruption to its work. The Houthi gang did not show any good intentions regarding the issue of prisoners and detainees, exploiting the negotiations to achieve more political gains at the expense of humanitarian issues, which led to the failure of the negotiations.

The Yemeni political scene has witnessed an escalation in mutual accusations between the Houthi gang “Iran’s agents” and the (Islah) Party regarding responsibility for the failure of the recent Muscat negotiations.

The Houthi gang accused the (Islah) Party of working to thwart the negotiations by presenting impossible demands and not being serious in the negotiations.

For its part, the (Islah) Party accused the Houthis of deliberately obstructing the negotiations to achieve political gains at the expense of humanitarian issues.

Media outlets reported that the negotiating parties agreed to complete understandings regarding the lists of prisoners and abductees through the office of the UN envoy, so that a suitable number agreed upon by the parties could be gathered, and then the two parties would meet within two months to discuss the remaining names and the implementation mechanism, according to sources.

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