Sahwa Net- A Yemeni opposition leader in Marib, Mabkhot Al-Shareef, has said that most those people involved in a 43- person blacklist published by the interior Ministry are members of the ruling party in Marib .
Al-Shareef affirmed that most of those included in the list accused of bombing oil pipelines and destructing electricity stations are the ruling party's members of local councils in Marib.
He defied the Interior Ministry to approve that any of the list names are members of the Yemeni opposition, the Joint Meeting Parties, stressing that all names published by the Interior Ministry are known fro most people in Marib that they are members of the ruling General People Congress party and the some of them are supporters for the party.
He further demanded to prosecute all those involved in bombing oil pipelines and destructing electricity stations and hold them accountable.
" We, before any others, demand to prosecute killers, thugs and criminals, especially those officials who looted the sources of this nation" added he.
Meanwhile, well-informed sources in Sana'a told "Sahwa Net" that the National Security contacted security services in Marib and rebuked them for publishing the names list.
The National Security, according to the sources, told security service in Marib that those the 43 persons were working with this intelligence service.
The Yemeni Interior Ministry on Saturday announced a list of 43 names suspected of bombing oil pipelines and power towers in the central Marib province.