Security Council 2140 Sanctions Committee Amends Three Entries on Its List, Updates Narrative Summary

SC/11662
20 November 2014

Security Council 2140 Sanctions Committee Amends Three Entries on Its List, Updates Narrative Summary

On 20 November 2014, the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 2140 (2014) enacted the amendments specified with underline in the entries below on its List of individuals subject to the assets freeze and travel ban measures set out in paragraphs 11 and 15, respectively, of resolution 2140 (2014) adopted under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations.

A. Individuals

YEi.002 Name: 1: ABDULLAH 2: YAHYA 3: AL HAKIM 4:

Name (original script): عبد الله يحيى الحاكم 
Title: Designation: Huthi group second-in-command DOB: a) Approximately 1985 b) Between 1984 and 1986 POB: a) Dahyan, Yemen b) Sa’dah Governorate, Yemen Good quality a.k.a.: a) Abu Ali al Hakim b) Abu-Ali al-Hakim c) Abdallah al-Hakim d) Abu Ali Alhakim e) Abdallah al-Mu’ayyad Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: Yemen Passport no.: na National identification no.: na Address: Dahyan, Sa’dah Governorate, Yemen Listed on: 7 Nov. 2014 (amended on 20 Nov. 2014 ) Other information: Gender [Male].

YEi.001 Name: 1: ABD 2: AL-KHALIQ 3: AL-HUTHI 4:

Name (original script): عبدالخالق الحوثي
Title: Designation: Huthi military commander DOB: 1984 POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: a) Abd-al-Khaliq al-Huthi b) Abd-al-Khaliq Badr-al-Din al Huthi c) ‘Abd al-Khaliq Badr al-Din al-Huthi Low quality a.k.a.: Abu-Yunus Nationality: Yemen Passport no.: na National identification no.: na Address: na Listed on: 7 Nov. 2014 (amended on 20 Nov. 2014 ) Other information: Gender [Male].

YEi.003 Name: 1: ALI 2: ABDULLAH 3: SALEH 4:

Name (original script): علي عبد الله صالح 
Title: Designation: a) President of Yemen’s General People’s Congress party b) Former President of the Republic of Yemen DOB: a) 21 Mar. 1945 b) 21 Mar. 1946 c) 21 Mar. 1942 d) 21 March 1947 POB: a) Bayt al-Ahmar, Sana’a Governorate, Yemen b) Sana’a, Yemen c) Sana’a, Sanhan, Al-Rib’ al-Sharqi Good quality a.k.a.: Ali Abdallah Salih Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: Yemen Passport no.: 00016161 (Yemen) National identification no.: 01010744444 Address: na Listed on: 7 Nov. 2014 (amended on 20 Nov. 2014 ) Other information: Gender [Male].

This is the first update of the List in 2014. The updated List is accessible on the Committee’s website at the following URL:  http://www.un.org/sc/committees/2140/sanctions_list.shtml.

On the same date, the Committee also updated the narrative summary of reasons for listing for the third entry in the List (YEi.003).  The updated narrative summary reads as follows:

YEi.003 ALI ABDULLAH SALEH

Date on which the narrative summary became available on the Committee’s website:  7 November 2014.

Date on which the narrative summary was updated:  20 November 2014.

Ali Abdullah Saleh was designated for sanctions on 7 November 2014 pursuant to paragraphs 11 and 15 of resolution 2140 (2014), as meeting the designation criteria set out in paragraphs 17 and 18 of the resolution.

Additional Information

Ali Abdullah Saleh has engaged in acts that threaten the peace, security or stability of Yemen, such as acts that obstruct the implementation of the agreement of 23 November 2011 between the Government of Yemen and those in opposition to it, which provides for a peaceful transition of power in Yemen, and acts that obstruct the political process in Yemen.

Per the 23 November 2011 agreement backed by the Gulf Cooperation Council, Ali Abdullah Saleh stepped down as President of Yemen after more than 30 years.

As of fall 2012, Ali Abdullah Saleh had reportedly become one of the primary supporters of violent Huthi actions in northern Yemen.

Clashes in the south of Yemen in February 2013 were a result of the combined efforts of Saleh, AQAP and southern secessionist Ali Salim al-Bayd to cause trouble before the 18 March 2013 National Dialogue Conference in Yemen

More recently, as of September 2014, Saleh has been destabilizing Yemen by using others to undermine the central Government and create enough instability to threaten a coup.  According to a September 2014 report by the United Nations Panel of Experts for Yemen, interlocutors alleged that Saleh supports violent actions of some Yemenis by providing them funds and political support, as well as ensuring that GPC members continue to contribute to the destabilization of Yemen through various means.

The updated narrative summary of reasons for listing is available at the following URL:  http://www.un.org/sc/committees/2140/narrative.shtml.

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