The Ansarullah movement congratulates Yemeni people on their recent victory in the country, calling for the continuation of fight against corruption ingrained in different sections of the Yemeni government.
â€œThe Yemeni nation gained a huge and strategic success and fight for stamping out the corruption rooted in different parts of [Yemen’s] governmental organs will continue,â€ the Ansarullah spokesman, Mohammed Abdulsalam, said in a statement which was issued on Monday.
Ansarullah congratulates the Yemeni people on their â€œgreat achievement and strategic victory,â€ the spokesman said, adding what has happened in the country is only â€œone phase of the fightâ€ which will continue.
â€œToday is the beginning of an age different from the past as the voice of the nation is heard,â€ he further said.
On Sunday, a delegation from the Ansarullah movement and government representatives signed a deal in the presence of Jamal Benomar, a UN envoy in Yemen, and Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi at the presidential palace in the capital, Sanaâ€™a.
Benomar said the deal calls for the establishment of a government of technocrats within a month.
Ansarullah activists, also known as Houthis, have been staging demonstrations in the capital for more than a month, demanding the formation of a new government.
Yemenâ€™s Shia Houthi movement draws its name from the tribe of its founding leader Hussein Badreddin al-Houthi.
The Houthi movement played a key role in the popular revolution that forced the former dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down.
Saleh, who ruled Yemen for 33 years, stepped down in February 2012 under a US-backed power transfer deal in return for immunity, after a year of mass street demonstrations demanding his ouster.