SMA NEWS – ADEN THE CAPITAL
The Civil Network for Media, Development, and Human Rights, on Sunday, in the capital, Aden, organized a discussion workshop entitled “The results and outcomes of the Southern Consultative Meeting and the priorities of the current stage,” with the participation of a number of leaders of the Southern Transitional Council (STC).
At the beginning of the workshop, which was attended by the head of the Women and Children Department in the General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Transitional Council, Ms. Yasmine Musaed, and Mr. Khaled Al-Abd, Deputy Head of the Executive Body of STC in Abyan, Mr. Abdul Salam Musaad, Deputy Head of the Southern National Dialogue Team, delivered a speech expressing thanks to the Civil Network for Media and Development for organizing this workshop which is considered a great step that helps in strengthening the southern national dialogue, calling on all civil society organizations to follow this aspect.
Musaad pointed out that the leadership of the STC was able to achieve successful steps for the unity of the southern ranks through the holding of the Southern Consultative Meeting and the resulting signing of the Southern National Charter, in which all southern components became responsible for building the next federal southern state.
Before that, Dr. Mahmoud Shaif, Head of the Civil Network, opened the workshop with a speech in which he welcomed the attendees, noting that the southern consultative meeting is a great national achievement of the STC, which was crowned with success through the signing of the participating southern components on the Southern National Charter.
The head of Aden Center for Monitoring and Studies, Qassem Daoud, presented the main paper in the workshop, which was titled “A Reading in the Outcomes of the Southern Consultative Meeting”, and included the four documents of the consultative meeting, namely: the Southern National Charter, the political vision for managing the current stage, the foundations and controls for participation in political negotiations, and the foundations of building the next federal southern state.
During the workshop, the participants were divided into groups to discuss the paper, where opinions were presented on its content, and the workshop came out with a number of recommendations that reinforce the principle of the Southern National Dialogue.