[su_label type=”info”]SAMA News – Hadhramaut[/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″][su_label type=”info”]Amman – SMA – PIC[/su_label][/su_spacer] Member of the presidential committee of the Southern Transitive Council and spokesman of Hadhramaut inclusive conference, Ali Abdullah Al-Kuthairy, indicated that Hadhramaut identified its demands through its inclusive conference that is not recognized by the legitimacy government. Al-Kuthairy indicated that what prime minister Ben Dughr dedicated as a percentage of (20%) of Hadhramaut’s natural resources as a share for Hadhramaut is nothing but another dedication to what Hadhramaut suffered from for a long time and this led all forces to refuse it and insist on what is decided in the conference. He also indicated that the southern transitive council is not relying on this government as it acts according to the same policies of occupation governments. Therefore, we told our brothers in Hadhramaut that we will never get our full rights until we are under the flag of the upcoming new federal state of the Arab south. Al-Kuthairy added that a Federal Southern State is what the Southern Transitive Council seeking as this state will fulfill the demands of all southern territories under full partnership in political power and resources away from elimination, discrimination and negligence. He also asserted that this upcoming state will give Hadhramaut its full rights as all other territories through granting fair shares in power and resources in addition to maintaining national balance in political, social, economic and sustainable development aspects in addition to granting freedoms. Al-Kuthairy warned from trusting Sanaa’s sayings as this will only lead to regenerating occupation.
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