SANA’A – The National Salvation Government of Yemen is willing to pardon all Yemeni citizens that have been exiled or driven from their homes by the Saudi-led occupation forces, even if they used to be collaborators with the Saudi invasion of Yemen. This was stated by the Supreme Political Council (SPC), the highest executive body in the Yemeni government.
Salim al-Mughalis, member of the Supreme Political Council, clarified that the Saudi and UAE invaders act as military occupation forces across southern Yemen, enforcing its own will on the population without consultation of Yemenis. Al-Mughalis stressed that dozens of political leaders, even those who used to serve the Saudi-led invaders, have been denied entry into Aden and its surroundings recently, resulting in a de facto exile from their homes.
According to the SPC member, the National Salvation Government of Yemen is willing to arrange the transfer of Yemenis affected by exile to the free areas of Yemen. Al-Mughalis pointed out that the Supreme Political Council has decreed a general amnesty to all Yemenis who wish to leave their service to the Saudi-led invaders and rejoin Yemeni society, including a full pardon for their crimes and governmental support for their eventual return to their home region and families.
The message from the SPC comes after several ministers of the Hadi regime were denied re-entry into their home provinces by the Saudi occupation forces, despite their track record of servitude to the Saudi-led invasion since 2015.