Among them is a judge with a tie and another (we don't rest with him).. Types of judges in the time of the Houthis

English - الأحد 18 سبتمبر 2022 الساعة 04:33 م
Sana'a, NewsYemen:

Judicial sources revealed that the Iranian arm in Yemen classified judges in Sana’a and the neighboring governorates into 6 categories based on racist and sectarian criteria, revenge tendencies and destructive motives within the scheme to destroy state institutions.

Commenting on the continuation of the judges' strike to protest the kidnapping and liquidation of Judge Muhammad Hamran, the sources indicated that Iran's arm is hostile to the judiciary and fears it for falling in the wrong and suspicious direction, contrary to the laws, regulations and regulations, and therefore the group "hates the law and does not recognize the laws and hates those who adhere to the laws."

Workers in the judiciary in Sana'a told (Newsmen) that the Houthi militia appoints unqualified people in the judiciary and posts and then puts supervisors over them to manage their duties. "The group wants a judiciary that judges their whims."

Noting that the Houthi group claims its desire for a strong judiciary, which is the one who interferes in its work and competencies, and claims its desire for an impartial judiciary.

Judicial sources revealed that Iran’s arm classifies judges into 6 categories. They are a judge (what we feel comfortable with), and it is believed that the characterization here means that this judge does not show intentions that impress the group, and a judge (what we have been able to do), meaning that this class was subjected to intimidation and enticement and resisted pressures to achieve goals  and community desires.

In the third category, she refers to a judge (a time judged us), which means the presence of vengeful motives, and that the group insists on remaining just a gang that has nothing to do with the concept and meaning of the state.

In addition to a judge (wearing a tie) as an organic extension with Iran in the fourth category, a judge (reciting songs) in the fifth category, then in the sixth and final category a judge (not screaming), which are descriptions based on criteria with racist, sectarian and sectarian connotations that are abhorrent and undermine radically.  Concepts of independence and impartiality of the Houthi judiciary.