The General Secretariat of the Southern Transitional Council in Yemen stressed, on Monday, the need for “real” representation of the south, in all stages of the political process, without exception. The Secretariat confirmed on
The General Secretariat of the Southern Transitional Council in Yemen stressed, on Monday, the need for “real” representation of the south, in all stages of the political process, without exception.
In its periodic meeting held on Monday in the Yemeni interim capital, Aden, the secretariat affirmed that “the Southern Transitional Council is ready to participate in the political process, as stipulated in the agreement RiyadhThe site between the Yemeni government and the Southern Transitional Council ”.
The secretariat stressed “the importance of expediting the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement, as it represents a real opportunity to bring peace and stability to our southern people, and to put an end to the extremism of the Brotherhood militia present in Shaqra and their crimes against the citizens of Shabwa.
The consultations to form the new Yemeni government are continuing in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, according to the political provisions contained in the Riyadh Agreement, despite their collision at the beginning of this week, with some obstacles embodied by the refusal of the Yemeni Rally for Islah and the General People’s Congress to the proposed ministerial portfolios for them.
The local newspaper Al-Ayyam, the largest Yemeni newspaper in the south of the country, quoted informed sources as saying that “the Yemeni President, Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, canceled a meeting that was scheduled to be held with his advisors and the Parliament Presidency to discuss the formation of the new government, after To inform Hadi’s office, the advisors of the president and the parliament, to postpone the meeting indefinitely. ”
The newspaper stated, “The meeting, which was scheduled to take place on Sunday, came because of pressures that President Hadi is facing from within the legitimacy.”
And renewed military confrontations Sunday, between the forces affiliated with the Yemeni government, and the forces of the Southern Transitional Council in Abyan Governorate, despite the issuance of directives to the two parties to stop the fighting, early this week, with the noticeable progress of the ongoing political consultations in Riyadh between the two sides.
The military spokesman for the Abyan axis in the forces of the Southern Transitional Council, Captain Muhammad al-Naqib, said in a tweet on Twitter that “the terrorist Brotherhood militias are trying in vain to intensify their attacks and hostilities, hoping to bring about change on the ground that achieves the regional parties behind them, a goal. Thwarting the Riyadh Agreement, or giving it space at the political negotiating table.