The Nasserite Unionist People's Organization has declared his refusal to a dialogue libation committee tasked for communicating different Yemeni factions with the aim of holding a national dialogue conference.
in a statement, the party said its refusal came as it has no representative in the committee, stressing that the exclusion of the party demeans its national struggles and roles.
President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi issued a decree on Sunday of forming a eight-member committee that included two persons of the Joint Meeting Parties alliance for which the Nasserite party belongs to.
In a statement, the General Secretariat of the party expressed its refusal to the decree, stressing that it does not harmonize the GCC-drawn power transfer deal that calls for partnership.
It further said the party stood by Hadi and the interim government and sided to the interests of the nation in the past time though it has many reservations.
The Nasserite Unionist People's is a Nasserist political party in Yemen that was founded in in Taiz in December 25, 1965.
At the last legislative elections, 27 April 2003, the party won 1.85% of the popular vote and 3 out of 301 seats.
Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi on Sunday announced about the formation of an eight-member liaison committee to start a planned national reconciliation dialogue as part of a UN-backed power transfer deal.
The decree also said the committee has the right to seek support from those who can help make its job a success, urging all parties and forces to cooperate to accelerate the formation of the dialogue preparation committee before 30 June.