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Al-Khobaji discusses with members of High Coordination Council for Forcibly Discharged Retirees ways to resolve their cases

SMA NEWS – Aden the Capital

The Acting President of the Southern Transitional Council, Head of the Negotiations Affairs Unit, Dr. Nasser Mohammad Al-Khobaji, met on Tuesday, with the members of the High Coordination Council for Forcibly Discharged Retirees from military and civilians.

The meeting, which was attended by Eng. Adnan Al-Kaf, member of the Presidency of the Transitional Council and negotiating team, discussed the issues that concern retirees and ways to solve their problems and put an end to their suffering.

The meeting reviewed the living conditions of forcibly discharged retirees in the southern governorates, and the mechanisms for addressing their pending issues.

The meeting discussed ways of coordination and cooperation between the Coordination Council and the leadership of the Transitional Council in following up the leadership of the Arab Coalition to facilitate the payment of late salaries, settlements, and other dues.

The meeting stressed the importance of activating Republican Decree No. (2) of 2013 dealing with the conditions of military, security and civilian retirees, for resolving their complaints and grievances, and returning those who prove to be illegally retired into service.

Al-Khobaji stressed the Southern Transitional Council’s keenness to address the complaints of forcibly retired military and civilian, as they are among the most important segments of society, and who had outstanding contributions and provided great services to the country, noting that there are rights of southerners that have been violated and must be addressed and corrected.

Al-Khobaji listened from the members of the High Coordination Council to their legitimate demands and the conditions of southern retirees that are getting worse day by day, as well as the humiliating and painful cases of exploitation of forcibly retirees every month in front of the doors of post offices, and exchange companies and commercial banks to receive their salaries.

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