The deadline set by the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives to all members of the House at home and abroad, Muhammad Al-Shaddadi, to attend the parliament session ends tonight.
The Presidency of the Council had invited all the representatives outside Yemen to gather in Riyadh no later than March 31, so that they can be transferred to the place specified for the session, while the members inside Yemen must determine their whereabouts to arrange their transfer.
This move by legitimacy comes after the failure to hold the council several times, but this time it faces a very serious challenge, as the Houthi militia is making preparations for holding mock elections in parliamentary seats in its areas of control in an attempt to compensate the deputies who left and fled because of the oppression of the militias.
The legitimacy move also comes after the Houthi House of Representatives in Sanaa held illegal meetings in the presence of less than 25 members, while the quorum needs more than 130 members to delete the deceased.
Up to the moment, the parties calling for the convening of the council represented by its presidency did not reveal the location of this session, which is expected to result in very important and crucial decisions on some issues.
It is noteworthy that the number of Yemeni parliamentarians alive so far is 267 out of 301 elected in 2003, while the quorum for the session is being attended by the presence of more than 134, which is what legitimacy and with the support of the coalition seek to provide, especially since the number of deputies residing inside Yemen is 80, Almost half of them participate in mock sessions held by Parliament in Sanaa under pressure and coercion of Houthi with other supporters.