YEMEN Press Agency

Under impact of Saudi protection, Al-Alimi expresses his political failure

SANAA, Jan. 01 (YPA) – Head of Saudi-formed so-called Presidential Leadership Council Al-Rashad Al-Alimi’s interview with Al-Arabiya TV was characterized by a general context of inaccuracies about many of the main and fundamental issues on the Yemeni scene.

In an analysis issued by Yemen Press Agency reported that Al-Alimi’s tried to show himself as a real head of the council with his own hand, who could make detailed decisions to address many hot problems in the eastern provinces.

No one in his head believes that Al-Alimi would be a real head of the so-called Presidential Leadership Council, which is managed in the Rimont by a small employee in the Saudi government with the position of ambassador, Mohammed Al Jaber, who is running the Yemen file for his government’s vision based on its interests and goals in Yemen.

Al-Alimi forgot that he has not able to issue an order that the youngest commander of the armed militias in the southern and eastern regions of Yemen adheres to, and they are many. No one listens to his words and adheres to them because he, in fact, does not have any decision.

Wherever he goes, he is under Saudi guard, he is under guard A Saudi female prisoner, who cannot leave his residence except as directed by the occupying Saudi leadership of Aden city and the rest of the southern and eastern provinces.

He did not resolve any issue raised in the interview, and contented himself with inaccuracies and general statements that neither advance nor delay.

There are a group of issues and matters in the southern and eastern provinces that require standing up to them responsibly, including the calls for separation adopted by the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council” as a strategy for it, and the presence of occupation forces in those provinces, especially Mahra, and Hadramout, which the average Yemeni citizen wonders about the reality of its presence in it, in addition to the UAE occupation of the archipelago of Socotra Island and Mocha, and many issues related to Yemeni sovereignty that requires a decisive and firm stance from someone who considers himself the most responsible there. The country now needs a national leadership that carries a national vision for the future of the country and its future generations.