Minister: Transitional justice is among priorities of the government
Alsahwah.net- Minister of the Legal Affairs Ministry Mohammad al-Mikhlafi has affirmed
that among the priorities of the Yemeni government are the transitional
justice, the national dialogue and constitutional reforms.
In remarks to the Emirati
al-Khaleej newspaper, al-Mikhalfi said that the global world supports the political
transfer in Yemen, stressing that it will not allow any sides to disrupt the
The witnesses of the
GCC-mediated power transfer had expressed its support to the political transfer
Yemen, threatening with imposing sanctions against any side that tries to
impede the settlement.
Meanwhile, The UN
Development Program has signed with the Yemeni government a project of applying
the transitional justice in Yemen (2012-2014).
The general budget of
the project is $4,033. It is designed to develop the transitional justice
process that includes planning and implementation.
The transitional justice
law is designed to end conflict amongYemenis by compensating the victims of local crises that occurred
between 1994 and 2012, while maintaining the immunity clause included in the
Gulf Cooperation Council power transfer initiative.
laws were applied in some countries such as Morocco, South Africa, and
Indonesia in the wake of sectarian, ethnic or political conflicts. Through this
law, it is hoped that conflicting sides will reach a settlement in a period of