ADEN, Facts show the intensification of the dispute between the coup partners in Sana'a, to fully seize Yemeni institutions, organisations and agencies, with huge revenues, assets and balances, in the hope of looting these funds by appointing managers, showing absolute loyalty to one of the two parties of the coup: Al-Houthis or Saleh.

In the latest chapters of the conflict between the coup partners, on positions and public posts, which has escalated recently, where Al-Houthi militia passed all their decisions by the force of arms.

Media sources and eyewitnesses have confirmed that 20 groups and dozens of gunmen in uniforms of Al-Houthi militia, have last week besieged the building of the General Authority for Insurance and Pensions, in the Yemeni capital, Sana'a, and concentrated on its entrances with the prevention of its President, Dr. Ali Al-Shua'r of the party of Saleh, who was appointed by the Chairman of the so-called National Salvation Government, Abdulaziz bin Habtour, where Al-Houthis attempt to forcibly impose Abdul Salam Al-Mahtuori, appointed by Talal Aqlan, who is the Minister of Civil Service, in the government that is not internationally recognised.

Sources reported that the conflict between Al-Houthis and pro-Saleh militias, over the General Authority for Insurance and Pensions, aimed at looting the insurance and pensions' funds.

The coup militias' attack comes, after Al-Houthis seized more than 750 billion Yemeni riyals (US$3 billion) from the assets of the General Authority for Insurance and Pensions in the Central Bank, by the disbursement of them without permission of General Authority for Insurance and Pensions.

Al-Houthi militia is now seeking through their Minister of Finance and his decision to appoint Abdul Salam Al-Mahtouri to hasten the seizure and looting of the remaining $200 million worth of assets to be used by Al-Houthi militia for the so-called war effort and then transport and hide them inside the caves of Maran and Saada.