Local news

Thu - 21 Jan 2021 - 12:12 AM ،،،

 
 Southern Transitional Council (STC) highly praised the courageous positions of the Nasserist Unionist People's Organization (NUPO), Yemeni Socialist Party (YSP) and General People's Congress (GPC) regarding the one-sided decisions made by the President, Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi last Friday.

The member of the STC presidency and assistant secretary general, Fadl al-Jaadi held a meeting in Aden on Wednesday, with the NUPO secretary general, Abdullah Noman.

The two men discussed the latest political developments, in particular the efforts made to implement the Riyadh Agreement.

Al-Jaadi stressed the need to enhance the joint action to address the challenges and obstacles posed by the extremist forces that support terrorism with a view to thwarting the implementation of the Saudi-sponsored deal.

For his part, the NUPO secretary general emphasized the importance of joint coordination and opening communication channels with the political parties that reject Hadi's unilateral decisions which constitute a flagrant violation of the constitution and laws in force.

The president of the Republic of Yemen, Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi issued on Friday, a number of decrees  appointing high-ranking government officials.

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

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.

The Southern Judiciary Club, meanwhile, said it would go to court to demand invalidating the presidential decrees, especially the appointment of Ahmad Saleh al-Musai as General Prosecutor the Republic. The Club’s Executive Bureau said that the appointment had violated the judicial authority’s law.

Related topics:
STC reiterates rejection of Hadi's unilateral decrees
New Republican Decrees Issued
STC rejects Hadi's 'unilateral' decisions
STC's meeting discusses constraints encountered Riyadh Agreement