Yemeni activists called for protests in the Yemeni capital Sanaa on Wednesday to demonstrate against the Houthi militias for rejecting to pay the salaries of state employees.
Activists had made similar calls in the past to protest against Houthi militias in Sanaa and against the deteriorating living conditions.
The militias which control power refuse to pay the employees' salaries at a time when Sanaa lives under the iron grip of the rebels, who on almost a daily basis, carry out abduction operations against civilians.
Meanwhile, internationally-recognised Yemeni vice president Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar called on tribes in Yemen to intensify their efforts to reject the coup carried out by Houthi militias and supporters of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
During his meeting in Riyadh with tribal leaders from the Hajjah governorate, Ahmar voiced the importance of taking a firm and strong position that opposes the rebeals' mobilization attempts to involve tribes in the fighting along their side.
According to the official Yemeni new agency, Ahmar voiced the importance of the role which Yemeni tribes may play in mitigating the Yemenis' suffering by not allowing those deceived from joining the ranks of the Houthi militias.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK.