South Arabia

Legitimacy in a Northern/Southern Conflict

[su_label]SMA News – Riyadh – Exclusive [/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″] Special sources indicated to SAMA News that severe conflicts appeared between president Abd Rabu Mansour Hady and vice president Ali Mohsen Al-Ahmar about the demands of the Arab Coalition to form a new government to end the conflicts between legitimacy in one hand and the southern transitional council and the southern resistance in the other. Sources indicated that conflicts are between president Hady and other southern prominent leaders in one hand and the reform party and other northern leaders in the other about nomination of prime minister and the form of the government. Reform party insists on Ahmed Ben Daghar as a prime minister and in case he accepts to resign, they nominate Ahmed Ben Mubarak. On the other hand, president Hady suggested former prime minister Haidar Abu Bakr Al-Attas or Abd Al-Aziz Al-Muflehy as nominees to prime minister position. Sources asserted that government change becomes a fact imposed by the Arab Coalition, especially after major failure and clear corruption of Ben Daghar’s government that led the southern transitional council to escalate towards overthrowing the government and what came after of armed clashes that resulted in 50 martyrs and more than 150 injured last January. The source indicated that the Arab Coalition is working to end this crisis in no more than two weeks, a time line established by the coalition to the southern transitional council to end the crisis.

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