The ministerial committee and the liaison team in charge with communication with the youth-led protesters to bring them to a comprehensive national dialogue on Monday decided the committee will be responsible for this mission inclusively.
The committee will do its job according to standards to be agreed with the youths under a West-backed power-transfer deal and in the way this ensures the participation of the youths in the dialogue expected in the coming few months.
The committee and the team arranged a meeting with representatives of the youths inside the revolution squares last week which failed after row.
After the meeting, the protesters, who have refused to leave the change and freedom squares until the revolution goals were met, protested marginalization and the way the government wants to bring them to the dialogue.
Earlier this year, they put forward conditions for their participation including those refusing negotiations to evacuate the squares and others calling for restructuring the armed and security forces before holding a dialogue and guarantees to ensure their demands would be met practically.
The committee and the team discussed the conclusion of the technical team formed by the committee over contacting the youths at the change and freedom squares and other coalitions across the republic.
With regard to communicating the youths outside the squares, the team under the dialogue liaison committee, which was formed by President Hadi to prepare for the dialogue and form the dialogue preparatory committee before June 30, decided to delay the mission to the coming few days.
So far, the dialogue liaison committee has met with some internal political groups which agreed to participate without conditions, and more recently it has met with the opposition abroad which was reported to have put forward tough conditions including holding the dialogue abroad between the south and the north.
The dialogue is expected to culminate the power-transfer deal, brokered in November by the GCC and backed by the UN after the unrest.