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many of the scientists up to forty percent it was attached to children as young as thirteen years old questions are raised in the british parliament over the role of the military in yemen. british m.p.'s meanwhile getting ready to vote on several options for braggs it after taking control of the whole process. and celebrating a nation's past and present qatar opens the doors to its new national museum. so our ruling party v.f.l. and has come out and backed an army call to remove the president from office you'll remember on monday when the army chief suggested the use of a constitutional provision to have president abdelaziz bouteflika declared unfit for office that intervention from the military followed weeks of protests against the president and his backers. following things from. i mean surely the writing is
on the wall now. yes come out i think now the f.l.n. when the moment it saw that the biggest and the most powerful most organized situation in the army is the sensing itself from the president decided to do the same thing and so are many many many key figures now in like i am of the here who was a key ally of president of the exhibits of the the us saying the man must step aside and the army must go ahead with triggering article one two so the man is now becoming more isolated than ever and we are most likely going to see in the coming days more lies of the president saying that it's about time to turn his chops which is going to further pave the way for the constitutional council to go ahead as soon as possible with a trigger in article one two and declaring the man unfit to rule on syria and then
what because we were making the point yesterday that even though this is an army intervention it is very much an intervention going by the book. it is. creating some problem in azalea to the point where the army today issued another statement saying that all its actions are within the framework of the us constitution and that is surrounded by an unstable environment and political landscape and therefore the reason why the they had to step in yesterday was basically to safeguard the nation of algeria by suggesting something within the framework of the constitution but however that own vision for the future of a jury is not necessarily in sync with what the opposition of the thousands of algerian protesters have been proposing which is basically they say it's no longer an issue of which of era is over however we don't trust the constitutional council
because it's been appointed by the with don't trust the government because the government was appointed when i was there for the political establishment is. full of many people who are as our clients what we need is an dependent personality and to leave the got the country for a transitional period and appoint on its own a new government and i think this is going to be the top issue to be debated between the army and the opposition in the coming days. in tunis thank you two other news and questions have been raised in the u.k. parliament about british involvement in the war in yemen the opposition labor party has demanded answers after media reports the that british special forces had been involved in gun battles against yemen's rebels the party's representative on foreign affairs only formally also pressed the government over allegations that british forces may have provided support for child soldiers as part of the saudi
coalition. there is one especially disturbing allegation in the mail on sunday's report which was that all forces are providing support to locally recruited saudi funded militia where many of the fighters up to forty percent it was alleged are children as young as thirteen years old so i would ask the minister of state if that is in any way true because if he is then he will confirm the offices are not just a party to this conflict but witnesses to war crimes in that we get to the bottom of those allegations again i am very keen also not to in any way mis mislead the house. but the allegations that were made in relation to any engagement that involves bringing child soldiers on board would be i think it would be appalling more on this switch in london. this source of these allegations is
a mail on sunday newspaper article which alleges that elite special boat service troops are present in yemen five were injured after battles insider if true it would wholly contradict the government promises that the u.k. is not participating in the conflict but just providing logistical support to the saudis in riyadh now back in february there were some reports on social media suggesting british soldiers had been injured in a firefight and the daily express newspaper claimed two s.e.'s members had been injured during a humanitarian operation the difference with this these new revelations is that the mail on sunday is claiming the special boat service squadron were not involved in humanitarian operations but they were providing mentoring teens in yemen translators medics and forward air command whose role is to request air support from the saudis. u.k.
parliament has begun debating several options for a briggs that deals after prime minister theresa may address the group but still insisted her plan was the best even though it's been rejected twice by m.p.'s may defended her agreement in her first weekly question time in parliament since m.p.'s voted to take back control of briggs at negotiations we are continuing to work to ensure that we can deliver great sit for the british people and guarantee that we deliver bricks it for the british people we have a deal which councils are you membership fee which stops are you making our laws which gives us our own immigration policy then the common agricultural policy for good and is a common fisheries policy for good other options don't do that other options would lead to delay to uncertainty and risk now for delivering. earlier this week this is the business minister resigned from the government saying the government's approach to brics it was playing roulette with the lives of livelihoods of the vast majority of the people on. this country why is she prepared
to carry on risking jobson industry in another attempt to yet again run down the clock and try to blackmail the m.p.'s behind into supporting a deal that's already been twice rejected more with paul brennan now who is outside the houses of parliament in london paul eight potential scenarios on the table now as far as indicative votes go and yet to resign may still hanging on to her deal as well that is her deal still in play. it is a deal is very much still in play options in a period of time a window of opportunity for the m.p.'s where the government is no longer in charge in the building behind me in parliament control has been taken away from the executive and put briefly for about a seven hour period into the hands of m.p.'s and they're making the most of it there have seven options which have been selected by the speaker of the house john bercow ranging from leaving the european union with no deal that can't there's
another option for a kind of common market two point zero other one other option is for a come from a saree put people's vote on whatever deal comes through several other options that cover a spectrum in between all of those options now they will debate triple seven pm and then have a usual written very much on piece of paper which will then be counted up in the result known by nine pm now to analyze this unprecedented situation is joining me is mostly saying he's a former special advisor to the minister on the rudd former staff inside downing street you know this place very well. any of the options that stick out to you in particular yes i think the idea of a cafe maci referendum that seems to be going legs and there was mostly from labor but also from the conservative side now as well and this is very much the idea of would have a deal is agreed getting that public law and i kind of sign off on the people it's not without risk it could end up being
a lot more divisive but he seems to be where i think and he's a coalescing around at the moment now to resubmit his deal is not one of the eight options she's keeping that in the back office there was talk of it being brought back for a meaningful vote perhaps thursday maybe even friday but the speaker of the house as well he's put a spanner into that works hasn't say yes he has he's asked for that species going to change the motion i think the government thinking very carefully you read to me about what that change should be how do they bring it back because it's very much it's no one without the us. the reason that the two plates are in a way healthful to the government is because they will help focus minds of the heart of bricks tears he or she is who will then think actually the will of parliament means anything else will be soft so as much as we don't like the prime minister's deal who hold on nose to grin and bear it will vote for him because that means that on twenty second of may we get to leave but without that option still being in play that does street the sense is that they could be scooped into
supporting the prime minister's deal despite the fact that they've posted previously that the prime minister self is fighting i suppose for a future she's meeting the nine hundred twenty two committee as it's called it backbench members of foreign policy and that she might even offer to resign yes that's speculation american partly want to say we've been here before we've seen some speculation before i think you know there are some people say to me. given we where we are now you know one had to be. for the future relationship negotiation and. said no let's let's see what she says i do you know what will you change changing the figurehead does it change the parliament you if you take no really does he change the substance of the withdrawal of the moon which some people say he said to games you know really what is the do you piece response that's still to be seen i think we're going to hear from them later on today so you i'm not sure what that would achieve in the longer term but in the words of the prime minister's you said the many times before nothing has changed thank you indeed most who say the
volume has been ramping up here the tension inside ramping up as well thank you paul brennan in london still ahead for you on al-jazeera keeping the military outside a new opposition alliance in thailand claims a majority in the first vote since a coup five years ago. and why tourists are threatening the beauty spots that tracked them in the first place. how the weather does still look rather disturbed across many parts of the middle east and in northern sections of the middle east somewhat dry weather now making its way into iran the wettest weather is pushing through a swiss towards of kind of down towards pakistan but you can see this is what we had make its way across terra recently we are going to see it telling a little drier.