Civil society of Development and Freedoms

Angry Protest in Hadhramout, Denouncing Deteriorating Living Conditions

 Hadhramaut governorate witnessed popular demonstrations denouncing the collapse of the living and security conditions in the governorate.

The protesters raised slogans denouncing the corruption of Pro-US Saudi aggression’s government and its officials, stressing that it deliberately multiplies the crises with the approach of the holy month of Ramadan.

A comprehensive strike began today in all fish landing centers on the coast of Hadhramout, in protest against stopping the export of marine life.

Recently, the governor of Al-Mahrah stressed the rejection of the local authority against aggression and occupation in Al-Mahrah and the free people of the governorate to the American military moves. He asserted the importance of supporting the national demands that reject all forms of foreign colonial presence in all parts of Yemen.

He held the mercenaries of aggression and the occupation authorities in Al-Ghaidha, fully responsible for the recent movements of the US military delegation to the governorate.

He called on the free people of the southern provinces to reject the American, British, Saudi and Emirati presence in the various provinces, and to prepare to complete the battle for independence and national sovereignty under the leadership of the Leader of the Revolution Sayyed Abdulmalik Badr al-Din al-Houth, to purify Yemen from colonialism and the new occupation.

Al-Farji considered that the American, British, Saudi, and Emirati occupiers took advantage of the citizens’ suffering due to the poor living conditions in the occupied governorates. They used their military arsenal to terrorize citizens, extend their control over the civil, military and service sectors, and plunder the country’s wealth.

He praised the awareness and state of popular anger towards the practices of the forces of invasion and occupation and their tools.

He emphasized standing by the free people of the southern governorates, especially the people of Al-Mahrah, and their role in opposing the occupation forces and expelling the invaders from Yemeni lands.

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