File - Yemeni tribesmen attend a tribal meeting held by Houthi Shiite rebels in Sanaa, Yemen on October 31, 2014. (Mohammed Hamoud/Anadolu Agency)
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The U.N. special adviser on Yemen praised Sunday the agreement of all Yemeni parties and political groups on the formation of an apolitical technocrat Cabinet that ended a deadlock of over two weeks.A U.N. brokered deal was reached through which Khaled Bahah was nominated as prime minister and tasked with forming a new government.Former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who has allied with the Houthis, and other groups had earlier insisted on the formation of a Cabinet that included representatives of all political factions.Bahah is set to become Yemen's first new prime minister in two years, after Mohammad Salem Basindwa was forced out in September.
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