Local news

Wed - 20 Jan 2021 - 01:17 AM ،،،


 The Southern Transition Council (STC) reiterated its rejection of any unilateral decisions that contradict the Riyadh Agreement and the principle of partnership, referring to the decrees issued last Friday by the president, Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, appointing high-ranking government officials.

The STC spokesman, Abdullah Al Kathiri said in a statement on Tuesday that the STC reserves the right to take what it takes to protect the South, its people, its cause and its achievements.

The capital, Aden and all the southern governorates will not be the scene of any controversial actions, Al Kathiri warned.

In a previous statement, Al Kathiri affirmed that the Hadi's unilateral decisions are a serious escalation and a clear and rejected deviation from the deal reached, adding that the STC considers them as a blow to the Riyadh Agreement.

The STC accused the president Hadi of appointing corrupt figures involved in major crimes to high-level positions within the power-sharing government.