Yemeni governmental instituations attitudes after killing the Yemeni president




Yemeni governmental instituations keep mourning the Yemeni president , expressing their attitudes and sending messages to the Saudi-led coalition.

General Syndicate of Posts, Communications and Information Technology mourned President Saleh Al-Sammad, who was killed by coalition airstrikes which targeted his convoy in Hodeidah province, expressing its condolences to the political leadership ,Yemeni people and his family , according to a statement obtained by YemenExtra.

The National Authority for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Response also mourned the Yemeni President Saleh al-Sammad ,showing its sincere condolences to the leader of the revolution, Abdulmalik Al-Houthi, the Yemeni people, and Sammad’s family , condemning the coalition massacres in Hajjah province, which targeted a wedding in Bani Qais district and a fuel station in Abs district, that killed and wounded more than 100 civilian, and expressing its support for the fresh Yemeni President Mahdi al-Mashat.

Furthermore, The Ministry of Expatriates Affairs mourned President Saleh al-Sammad,saying that he was martyred after a march full of struggle and national action, in light of difficult, critical stage, and the exceptional circumstances experienced by the Yemeni people.

Above all, The Minister of State for Dialogue and National Reconciliation, Ahmed Al-Qana mourned President Saleh Al-Sammad, stating that“The killing of President al-Sammad and his comrades will not dissuade the national forces from continuing their struggle in the face of coalition,”, and supporting the election of the Supreme Political Council, Mahdi al-Mashat, as head of the council to continue the path of al-Sammad at this difficult and historic moment that Yemen is going through.

Saleh Ali Al-Sammad, former president of Yemeni Supreme Political Council, was assassinated on Thursday, April 19, 2018, by Saudi-led coalition’s airstrikes in the western port city of Hodaida.

He joined the Yemeni revolution since its beginning and during the third round of war between the revolutionists and forces loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh .He became President of Ansarullah Political Council in 2011.After the revolution of September 21, 2014, he got a decree to be adviser of president.President of Yemen’s Supreme Political CouncilOn August 6, 2016, he became President of the Supreme Political Council and sworn on 14 August.On August 15, 2016, the Supreme Revolutionary Committee handed him power to the Supreme Political Council.