Ex-president lost legitimacy: Houthis
Ansarullah fighters of Yemen’s Shia Houthi movement say the country’s former president has lost his legitimacy and is now being sought as a fugitive.
The revolutionaries said in a Tuesday statement that the Revolutionary Committee is monitoring the “suspicious” moves of Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, adding that he has lost “his legitimacy to act as president of” the Arabian Peninsula country.
Hadi, who escaped the capital city of Sana’a earlier this month, is “wanted for justice” for harming Yemen’s national interests, the Houthis said.
The revolutionaries added that Hadi’s “reckless and erratic actions harmed the Yemeni people, its security, stability, economy and life,” urging the world community to regard Hadi a fugitive from justice.