The terrorist Houthi militia is following in the footsteps of previous regimes, in financial and administrative corruption, and tax evasion, by “dynastic” Houthi leaders, at a time when large sums of money are imposed on citizens, outside the framework of known financial expenditures.
A document sent from the Capital Secretariat, which is affiliated with the internationally unrecognized militia government, showed a request to exempt a prominent Houthi leader from all taxes and duties related to his investments and real estate in the capital, Sanaa.
The Secretary-General of the Local Council in the capital, Sanaa, Amin Jamaan, demanded that the director of the security of the capital, the directors general of the directorates, the Public Works Office and the Office of Industry and Trade exempt Hussein Al-Azzi, who holds the position of Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in the unrecognized militia government, from all taxes and duties related to his investments and real estate. in the capital, Sanaa.
The circular warned the competent authorities against delaying and violating these procedures.
It is worth noting that the Houthi militia accuses prominent Yemeni figures of tax evasion during the era of former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh, which enabled it to loot large properties and investments of businessmen opposed to it.