By Fatik al-Rodaini
SANA'A, May 31, 2012- Yemen's Houthi group in northern Yemen, said that it will participate in the comprehensive Yemeni dialogue according to the Gulf initiative and its mechanism and the UN Security Council Resolution 2014.
In a statement posted in the Internet by liaison committee said Hothis confirmed their participation in the comprehensive dialogue during its meeting with the leader of the Houthi group Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi.
The statement said Al-Houthi welcomed the committee and stressed the importance of the national dialogue.
It also cited that the Houthi accepted the participation on the base of "healthy foundations that could end Yemen's crises and achieve the revolution's goals.''
The national dialogue is designed to settle down disputes between Yemeni political factions under the supervision of Hadi, in accordance with the GCC power transfer deal deal that eased former president Ali Abdullah Saleh out of power.
The eight-member liaison committee to start a planned national reconciliation dialogue as part of a UN-backed power transfer deal.
The Houthi-led rebels have been engaging in severe sectarian conflicts for several months with Sunni fundamentalists in Saada and neighboring provinces of Hajja and Jawf that left hundreds of people killed and forced thousands of residents to flee their villages.
Yemen has witnessed sporadic battles since 2004 between government troops and rebels. The government has been accusing the rebels of seeking to re-establish the clerical rule overthrown by the Yemeni revolution in 1962 that created the Yemeni republic.