Al-Hadi’s Government Demands “STC” to End Violations
Al-Hadi's government calls on the Southern Transitional Council "STC" to end the military escalation and respond seriously to the Riyadh Agreement.
Today, Saturday, after the Saudi statement, the government of President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi renewed its adherence to the implementation of the Riyadh Agreement in all its aspects and details, stressing its eagerness to provide all conditions for the success of the implementation of this agreement.
The government asserted that it is committed to the necessary approach of implementing the agreement, calling on "the Transitional Council to stop all forms of abuses that affect state institutions and structures."
It also stressed the need to "cancel the measures that have been taken and stop constantly escalating the situation, creating crises, exploiting the difficult economic and service conditions, trying to achieve illegal gains, mobilizing the military, and stop distorting the reputation of the state and its political leaders."
The statement also stressed "The need to respect the system of laws and regulations, not to incapacitate juridical authority, and to stop all forms of incitement and instigation.” Adding that "the Transitional Council is exploiting the difficult economic and service conditions and trying to impose a fait accompli to achieve illegal gains."
It is noteworthy that Saudi Arabia called yesterday, Friday, for the parties to the Riyadh Agreement, to respond urgently to what was agreed upon, at a meeting of representatives of the government and the Southern Transitional Council (STC) to discuss completing the implementation of the agreement. While confrontations continue between the two parties to the agreement in the city of Lawdar, northeast of Abyan governorate, and the coastal area on the Arabian Sea south of Yemen.