After many years of political surrealism, which marred the performance of the term of President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, one can hardly believe that he spent more than 10 years of his life, waiting for a "Judo" who does not and will not come. The deconstructive faculty of the leader was clear, but the blame was also given to the reality of the astonishment in which the political forces found themselves, that a period on this level of protraction and catastrophe, would mark them with weakness, helplessness and selfishness. The heartbreak - too - comes in the fact that this gamble is the price of a country with all its human and material capabilities, as the symbolism of power cannot be gained by the people's deed of covenant alone as we have left a collective regret that cannot be forgotten after the March 2012 elections.
This does not mean, in any way, that the forces that invested in Hadi's sleeping and laziness have gained any legitimacy, especially those that challenged the latter's authority with guns; because it was established, too, on the ruins of the "mortal republic", the state of the Jurist ruler ""Al-Faqih from which nothing is desired. But when remorse is of no use, comes the assurance, that Hadi was in no way a person; he was rather a phenomenon of the most prominent manifestations of wrong policies for more than four decades of ruling by adapting financial compromises and balances of power and prestige, we have seen how the political forces, authority and opposition, chose to side with their narrow calculations, and saw in Hadi the man of the era who cannot be missed.
Therefore, February 11th resulted in the so-called revolution of institutions. While the latter does not belong to the revolution in anything, except that it is an act of chaos to replace the party apparatus with the government cadre, which also responded to this wave of demolition, out of a sense of guilt and a desire to share with the newcomers the cake of corruption that Saleh's party had monopolized for a long time.
This preoccupation sparked debates at the time, which reached the party newspapers, to the extent that the former opposition forces were reduced; Authority, and the public interest, in its share of appointments and positions. In the midst of this abhorrent kind of clash, Hadi was awakened from his slumber, only when her was required to sign decrees of ready-made decisions, to satisfy that party, and perhaps extinguishing his outburst of anger.
With all this struggle, the institution of the presidency has not been able to show any differentiation on the ground. Hadi's feeling of gratitude was incomparable. How the millions of Yemenis who accepted the farce of his candidacy alone, are of no value, from the parties that unanimously agreed on his ascension to power.
But there are no worries, or so the region has been claiming to be neutral, that this fallout is for the state of the revolution and not for the strategic partners in the sharing of influence and wealth. In the same period, the most corrupt ownership deal for the port of Aden was dropped by the Dubai Ports Company, which dissolved the strategic sea port to scale it in favor of the port of Ali
Hadi's phase was carefully designed, as if a robot had been placed on the presidential chair, which would operate according to a software system that was produced to contradict itself. And there, a mere negligible distance from the presidential palace, the former President Saleh was sitting tensely on his sofa, biting nails of regret, because his servile man in power was no longer answering his phone.
He rebelled against him, and with the natural laws of power, Hadi had to rebel as well, because the flag of Yemen, which he received with a trembling hand, meant to him a past of oppression, humiliation and marginalization, until the stories were embedded in the literature of the existing political rivalry, including that Hadi refuses to receive Tariq Saleh ; Because the latter removed him from a stage, in a moment of stampede, during Hadi's tenure as the first vice president. Hadi also hates Hamid al-Ahmar, because this brazen opponent is contesting the president by hereditary symbolism of eligibility for power, considering the rule of the tribe and its sheikhs, and that this moment of the sin of installing a Bedouin in its hierarchy, is an inevitable tactic. Here it must be emphasized that Hadi, the obedient man, bears the hatred of the mountains and their burdens in his heart, and the appropriate moment has come to take revenge on all the moments of mocking and belittling him.
The region, on the other hand, ran the political process through the ten sponsors of the Gulf initiative, as if any chaos was creative anyway, at least to ensure that the adventures and revolutions in a closed royal environment, a kind of foolishness with uncalculated consequences. Therefore, the armed clashes that started the political process were viewed as a natural product of overthrowing the old regime, and that these violent contradictions are a necessary evil in the way of weakening the whole, planning to restore the military and their historical role in the coup against power, but playing with fire gets things out of control and makes the impossible doable.
Within this inconsistent mixture, the Ansar Allah group (Houthis), was the only cohesive bloc, which was also no less fortunate in the leader's sleep and rosy dreams of a better future. So they saw in all these foolish politicians, and their scramble for public office, a great opportunity to swallow everything, and then try it on us, as if we were lab rats. Thus, the group claimed that its revolution came to drop a thousand riyals from the price of a can of 20-liter gasoline, but when it seized power, more than 10,000 riyals have been added to its price.
Nonetheless, there is no fear, or so the region has been neutral, that this fallout is for the state of the revolution and not for the strategic partners in the sharing of influence and wealth. In the same period, the most corrupt ownership deal for the port of Aden was brought down by the Dubai Ports Company, which dissolved the strategic sea port to scale it in favor of the port of Ali.
We hope from all this to say that the contribution to building Hadi’s personality and policies is not easy, and that looking at the problem as an individual is like escaping from national responsibility to the narrow interest of groups, and everyone will fail within the loss of the nation at large.
We have seen how the new formation of the internationally recognized Presidential Council excluded the parties that made the presidential institution a puppet, and became the biggest loser, while this scramble and panic occurred while they believed that they could acquire power outside their official channels.
Therefore, the Presidential Leadership Council must be distinguished as a faithful guardian of the public interest, and not the interest of the formations it represents. More fragmentation and divisions in the areas administered by the internationally recognized government, will not create a space for peace, and will maintain the economic and security situation of the population, instead of the fact that inter-state conflicts were a negative factor in disrupting the performance of the government and preventing it from carrying out its tasks.
The new council can also create a safe distance with neighboring countries, for the benefit of its citizens. And to stop remaining in the cycle of complete dependence, in order to be able to impose its sovereignty on the warring military and political cantons, and to prevent the transformation of the territory of the Republic of Yemen, a theater for proxy conflict between the countries of the region. This may not be achieved with wishes, nor as easy as we say, but it is not impossible given the worst experiences of governance in the Republic of Yemen.
Focusing on the economic file is also the guarantor of creating legitimacy for the new rulers, as long as the international recognition of the Hadi regime does not make any difference in the lives of Yemenis, in addition to ending the policy of discrimination between Yemenis, especially those who are not involved in the war, and dissolving the disparities and differences that the leaders are trying to make. Instead, it can establish a culture of rule of law, end crime, and empower citizens of their right to movement and travel. Moreover, the Presidential Council has a heavy legacy in preventing practices that have nothing to do with the culture of the state, including closing unofficial detention centers, preventing illegal imprisonment, revealing the fate of the forcibly disappeared, and ending cases of torture.