Has legitimacy become a major problem in the south and north?

English - منذ 10 يوم و 19 ساعة و 36 دقيقة
Aden, NewsYemen:

The internationally recognized Yemeni legitimacy for Yemen, north and south, has only achieved failure, corruption, killing and wars, despite the great international support that this system enjoys.

The legitimacy and the Islah party, which controls its joints, did not defend the state and handed it over to the Houthi militia, and it fled to Arab and international hotels, leaving the people to face their fate in the face of the Persian tide.

The scene was repeated again after the Decisive Storm, after President Hadi and the Islah Party took the lead in the political scene, and changed the course of the battle from liberating the areas under Houthi control to the liberation of the south and west coast, which were liberated by the UAE and its local allies.

Brotherhood legitimacy claims that it is the guardian of the sovereignty of Yemen, as it fights all the forces that defeated the Houthis, and rejects the Brotherhood and Houthi projects in Yemen.

Southerners say that this system under the control of the Brotherhood did not come to save the south from the Persian tide, but rather came to enable the terrorist project backed by Qatar and Turkey from the southern provinces, using all means to subjugate the southern people in return for their giving up their cause.

The southern journalist, Yasser Al-Yafei, said that the legitimacy system represented by President Hadi and the Islah Party has failed miserably in managing the country's affairs despite the great support that has been available to it since 2012. The survival of this system means more killing, death and destruction.

For his part, a member of the National Assembly of the Southern Transitional Council, Wadah bin Attia, said that the failure of legitimacy is not only on the fronts, but in all departments and institutions.

Government institutions are witnessing deliberate tampering by the legitimacy system, especially in areas that are not under its control in the liberated areas.