HAJJAH, SAADA, The Public Prosecutor's Office on Saturday launched the first stage of field work of the committees in charge of investigating into Saudi-led aggression coalition crimes and bringing justice closer to citizens in Hajjah and Saada provinces.
In a speech on behalf of the Public Prosecutor, Deputy Prosecutor for Investigation, Security and Prisons in Hajjah province Abdulmajeed al-Qadhi affirmed that the Public Prosecution's keenness on carrying out its duty as a tool to protect the law and is concerned with defending the rights of citizens and protecting society.
Al-Qadhi pointed out that as a result of the aggression war Yemen is going through, the Public Prosecution had to prepare a plan to count and document the crimes of the aggression coalition since March 26, 2015.
"Given the scale of the coalition aggression and its crimes, the public prosecutor was required to put in place a mechanism to ensure the collection of evidence, investigation, and proper disposition of these types of crimes," he said.
Judge Ibrahim Jahez, Head of the Appeals Prosecution in Saada province also inaugurated the field work of the investigation team on the aggression coalition crimes in the province.
Judge Jahez explained that the investigation would be in three phases; the first phase includes receiving the affected people, hearing their claims and evidence and opening files of the crimes, the second includes visits to the districts and villages, and the third includes dealing with these cases and bringing their perpetrators to justice in order to receive their deterrent punishment.
Source: Yemen News Agency