The Houthi government stops disbursing the monthly incentive for male and female teachers and threatens “millions”


The Ministry of Education in Sana’a has stopped disbursing the monthly incentive, estimated at (30,000 riyals) to male and female teachers and school workers, after it was spent last September, for one time, during the academic semester that is nearing completion.

Informed sources told “The Yemeni Scene” that differences between Yahya al-Houthi, appointed as Minister of Education in the unrecognized militia government, and Rashid Abu Lahoum, appointed as Minister of Finance in the same government, caused the suspension of the monthly incentive payment, which was announced regularity in its disbursement, starting from last September. .

The sources pointed out that stopping the payment of the incentive for educators whose salaries have been cut off since September 2016 threatens to deprive more than five million students in Sana’a and the governorates under the control of the militia from continuing the fragile educational process.

This comes amid repeated calls and anticipation by teachers to disburse their incentives, which they received regular promises of disbursement years after the establishment of the Education Support Fund.

Thousands of male and female teachers are preparing to start a comprehensive strike in all schools, in order to pay their salaries, which have been cut off for five years.

The brother of the leader of the Houthi rebels, who was appointed Minister of Education in their unrecognized government, Yahya al-Houthi, had directed, earlier, to disburse 30,000 riyals per month to male and female teachers, according to what is possible and available.

The militia continues to delay and evade the salaries of educators and public officials in the capital, Sana’a, and the governorates under its control, on the pretext that there are insufficient financial revenues for this.

The amount of money collected by the militia from taxes has doubled over previous years. According to informed sources.

The sources pointed out that the total amount of money collected by the tax authority run by the militia in Sana’a exceeds the amount of sixty billion riyals per month, which is equivalent to twice the amount that the militia collected from taxes during the past years.

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