The war of services... Hadi and al-Ahmar's way to besiege the southern forces

English - الأحد 28 نوفمبر 2021 الساعة 04:12 م
Aden, NewsYemen:

An unprecedented collapse of the local currency led to the deterioration of the living and service conditions of citizens in Aden and the liberated governorates, in light of a strange and strange silence from the presidency and the government.

The collapse of the currency, the suspension of salaries, the absence of services, and the suspicious silence of the legitimate leadership that puts signs of astonishment about this leadership and the extent to which it underestimates the people, their suffering, and its separation from the reality on the ground.

The issue does not seem normal, as the legitimate leadership that resides in Riyadh, Cairo and Istanbul is behind these crises that the citizen is exposed to at home for political purposes, according to observers.


The legitimate leadership, which is controlled by the Brotherhood, argues that the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement is the reason for the current collapse of the situation in the liberated areas, despite everyone knowing that it is the only one who refuses to implement it and fragments it.

According to private sources, the presidency requires the implementation of the military part of the agreement before the political and economic agreement in order to destroy and disperse the forces protecting the south and the liberated areas, and it is the only force capable of repelling and defeating the Houthi militias.

Tampering with the liberated areas, stopping salaries and collapsing the currency are all means of pressure by the Hadi and Al-Ahmar gang to impose the military crack and control the southern forces and the West Coast forces, not caring about the citizen’s condition as a result of their use of their daily food in their war with the political parties.

The Transitional Council has always called for the neutralization of services, salaries, and government work from political conflict and work to provide the simplest necessities of life for citizens, but Hadi and al-Ahmar do not care about the condition of the citizen as much as they care about achieving political gains.

The political activist, Wathiq Al-Hasani, said that Al-Ahmar and Hadi want to implement the military part before the political and economic, and added, "Imagine that the Giants' forces become at the disposal of Ali Mohsen Al-Ahmar and Al-Maqdashi.  The agreement is indifferent to the extent of the citizen's living tragedy."

Dr. Jalal Hatem believes that "this war on the citizen's livelihood wants Al-Ahmar, and Hadi wants it to liquidate the southern armed forces" stressing that "the devil has gone to heaven."