The leader of the Houthi militia, Yahya al-Houthi, revealed that the bulk of state revenues in the militia-controlled areas do not go to the central bank in Sanaa.
Al-Houthi, who holds the position of Minister of Education in the militia government, which is not recognized internationally, confirmed that its ministers are not performing their duties.
The brother of the militia leader admitted major corruption in customs in the areas under their control, and said that he had a report revealing customs corruption, indicating that he had paid a bribe to the “intelligence” to obtain this report.
In a session in front of the parliament, which is under the authority of the militia, Yahya al-Houthi admitted to blackmailing his group against international humanitarian organizations working in Yemen.
Moreover, the Houthi militia is in a state of internal conflict and conflict over the authorities and public money, which its leaders squander without regard for the public interest.
The Secretary-General of the so-called Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs, Abdel Mohsen Tawoos, had previously accused the Minister of Water and Environment in the militia government, Nabil al-Wazir, and the head of the General Electricity Corporation of concluding agreements with donors, including UNICEF, without their knowledge, and of stealing and employing humanitarian funds. Purely personal interests.