The Houthi group executed on Tuesday a building worker in Amran governorate over spying charge, local sources affirmed.
The sources affirmed that the Houthi group executed Sharaf Sultan on charges of spying to the United States and Israel.
An independent lawmaker, Ali Al-Mamari, demanded the parliament on Wednesday to adopt a law that prohibits proxy acts to any other state.
He called the Houthi group to engage in political life, pointing out that they should be dealt as terrorists if they refuse that.
He strongly condemned their killing of Sultan on charge of Spying, stressing that all Houthi leaders act as spies and agents to Iran.
Meanwhile, the sources said that Houthi militias rallied its fighters and transferred weapons to public schools and health centers in Mastaba of Hajja governorate.
Locals appealed to President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi, and the defense and interior ministers to shoulder their responsibilities and protect their possessions.
They also demanded the governor of Hajja Ali Al-Qaisi and the security authorities to immediately intervene and put and end to crimes committed by the Houthi group in some districts of Hajja and other governorates.
Locals held the authorities responsible to their suffers, affirming that their disregard encouraged Houthis to commits further crimes.
Activists say that the Saada-based Houthi group practice enforced disappearance, torture and violations in its private prisons, affirming that it arrests its political foes.
Media sources have stated the Houthi group conducted an arrest campaign against activists, politicians, teachers, students as well as football players in Saada.