On April 4th, the resigned Prime Minister, Khaled Bahah, arrived in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.
Bahah was placed under house arrest by the Houthis and freed on March 16th in line with humanitarian and constitutional rights to end along with all members of the resigned cabinet, guaranteeing them full freedom of movement inside and outside the homeland.
This positive step came as a goodwill gesture and reflects the much appreciated collaborative efforts of the leadership of Ansaruallah and the United Nations envoy, Jamal Benomar.
Three days after lifting house arrest, Bahah went to Hadramaut and then to the United States. Bahah confirmed that he will be back to Yemen to conduct his national work.
Bahah is planning to tour around the GCC aiming to find a political solution to the current political crises of Yemen. Bahah is one of the few southern prominent well respected leaders who put the unity of Yemen on the top agendas of his discussions locally and internationally.