Politicians and Activists: President Al-Zubaidi’s visit to Mukalla carries political and historical dimensions
SMA NEWS – MUKALLA
Many politicians and activists welcomed the arrival of President Aidarous Al-Zubaidi to the city of Mukalla in Hadramout.
They emphasized that President Al-Zubaidi’s visit to Hadramout of the South carries political and historical dimensions.
On Thursday, the President, Aidarous Al-Zubaidi, arrived in the city of Mukalla in Hadramout.
The Activists and Politicians noted that Hadramout is gaining special status in the South, as it is one of the largest governorates in terms of area and population, in addition to its ancient civilizational extensions and external relations.
They considered that the convening of the 6th session of the National Assembly of the Southern Transitional Council in Hadramout, based on the decision of President Aidarous Al-Zubaidi, is of great importance.
The Southern activists and politicians launched on Twitter the hashtag #Hadramout_welcomes_President_Aidarous
They said: “We affirm that Hadramout will not get justice except with the Southern Transitional Council, as it is keener on it to restore its place in leadership and decision-making.”
They added: “The 6th session of the National Assembly of the Southern Transitional Council is being held in Hadramout in order to support the popular demands regarding enabling the people of the governorate to manage their affairs in all fields, foremost of which are the security and military tasks.”
They continued: “The decision of the President Aidarous Al-Zubaidi, regarding the convening of the 6th session of the Southern National Assembly in Hadramout confirms the importance that the Southern Transitional Council attaches to this governorate.”
They added on: “The convening of the 6th session of the Southern National Assembly in Mukalla confirms the importance and weight of Hadramout within the framework of the South.”
They pointed out that the Southern Transitional Council established the criterion of area, population and wealth mainly in the representation of Hadramout from the share of the South in state institutions, as well as in the central bodies of the Southern Transitional Council.
They emphasized that the Southern Transitional Council relied on the documents of the area, population and wealth standards to determine the share of each region, and Hadramout obtained more than a third of the strength of the National Assembly.
They considered that President Al-Zubaidi’s decision to call for the 6th session of the National Assembly came after the southern consensus on the National Charter and the directions for restoring and building the federal southern state.
They noted that Hadramout is the incubator of the Southern Transitional Council and its National Assembly, as one-third of the members of the Assembly are from this governorate, according to the criteria of area, population and economic capabilities.
They stressed that the National Assembly of the Transitional Council, holding its 6th session in Mukalla, gives intimacy and warmth to the people of Hadramout, as if the mouthpiece of the members of the Assembly says, “We came to be among you and close to your needs and aspirations, and that we will not leave you alone to face the challenges, especially the people of the valley and the desert of Hadramout.”
They warned that the people of Hadramout would not accept a region within the political Yemeniness, but rather it is a leading region, a leader and an active partner within the framework of the democratic federal southern state that we are creating with free popular will.