Sanaa, Yemen (5:45 P.M.) – Thousands of Yemenis flooded the streets of Sanaa on Tuesday to rally in favor of the new political alliance between the Houthi Movement and ‘Ali ‘Abdullah Saleh loyalists.

Speaking to tens of thousands of Yemenis on 70th Street in Sanaa, Mohammad Al-Houthi applauded the new political council that was setup to remake the constitution and create a unified Yemen, absent of Saudi influence.

Mohammad Al-Houthi speaking to the masses in Sanaa today
Mohammad Al-Houthi speaking to the masses in Sanaa today.

The new political council has called on all non-terrorist factions in Yemen to unify and reconcile in order to end the 17 month-long violence that is plaguing the country.

The Saudi-backed Hadi loyalists have not formally responded to this request; however, rumblings around the capital indicate that the latter might consider entering into another round of talks with the anti-government groups.

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