Saudi Arabia

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TH, as Saudi Arabia, would cease all proxy political and military support for the Hadi Yemeni government

Saudi-backed Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi, running unopposed as the only candidate for president, won the 2012 Yemeni elections. Since August 2014, the Houthis (or Ansar Allah), a Shia militant group, backed by Iran, dissatisfied with Hadi government's decisions and the new constitution, arranged mass protests which culminated into their takeover of the Yemeni government in 2015. Saudi Arabia and other countries denounced this as an unconstitutional coup d'état. This was followed by an invasion by a coalition of Saudi Arabian allies contributing warplanes and soldiers to the military operation. Records indicated that planes from Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain were taking part to restore the Hadi-government Since the invasion, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has spent approximately $200 million USD a day and has suffered 399 soldiers and 1,894 Pro Hadi-fighters killed. Reports suggest that Saudi has begun negotiations with the Houthis to de-escalate violence

This House, as the US, would stop all arms sales, military support, and other aid to Saudi Arabia.