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Sana’a: Al-Houthi militia intends to sell and lease five government buildings to its investors

The terrorist Houthi militia in Sana’a is planning to sell and lease five government buildings, as it seeks to complete the destruction of government institutions, after having removed most of them from service, seized their money and laid off their employees.

Informed sources said, “The Houthis are currently selling four buildings belonging to the General Electricity Corporation in the kidnapped capital, in the context of the systematic destruction of what remains of the electricity sector infrastructure,” according to Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper.

The militias intend to conclude comprehensive sales contracts for buildings in the regions: “First, Second, Third, and Fourth” of the General Electricity Corporation in the Capital Secretariat for businessmen and influential personalities, most of whom belong to the group, according to the sources.

The building of the second area of ​​electricity, which is expected to start selling by the militias, is located in the neighborhood of al-Qaa, while the building of the first area is located in the area of ​​the Tahrir neighborhood, and the rest of the other electricity areas are distributed among separate places and neighborhoods of the city.

In the middle of last week, the group announced its desire to lease the building of the Public Authority for Environmental Protection, located on Al-Zubairi Street, by raising an advertising banner confirming that the building is offered for rent.

Observers believe that the militias’ current offer of government buildings for sale or rent in the kidnapped capital comes to complete the cycles of tampering and looting practiced by the group against the public, private and mixed sectors, since it invaded Sana’a and other Yemeni governorates by force in late 2014.

During the past years, the Houthi targeting and organized destruction affected all government sectors in the areas under the group’s control, such as water and sanitation institutions, roads, communications, education, health and derivatives, cooking gas, electricity, and others.


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