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Security services will take legal action against merchants of war: security official
[02/October/2018]






SANAA, Oct 2 (Saba) - The security services confirmed that they will take strict legal measures against merchants of war who monopolize goods and raise their prices in an exaggerated manner and restrict the citizens and multiply their suffering.

"While the aggression forces are working on targeting Yemenis in their livelihoods, merchants of war acting in coordination and conjunction with aggression and his mercenaries to double the suffering of the people and harassing them by overcharging raise prices extremely and unprovoked, stockpiling and monopoly goods, and close stores to intimidate citizens, said the security official on Tuesday."

The security services will not stand idle in front of who trafficked with peoples' livelihoods doubling their sufferings. Stressing that any merchant creates monopoly goods or raise their prices unreasonably will face legal proceedings, the official stressed.
The security services will adjust these traffickers and refer them to the competent authorities to receive their due deterrent, said the official.
The official called on all citizens to cooperate with security agencies and report any case of monopoly or excessive price unjustifiably.
Eman al-Mutawakel




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