Southern transition rally in Radfan against currency collapse, and praising the coalition

Southern transition rally in Radfan against currency collapse, and praising the coalition

Hundreds of southern Transitional council supporters protested Tuesday in Radfan in the southern Yemeni province of Lahj, protesting the collapse of the local currency and rising commodity prices.

The demonstration came at the invitation of the Council and the Escalatory committee, who called for a "major rally and a popular uprising against a corrupt government that practices a policy of starvation and impoverishment to subdue and humiliate the people of the South who are impatient and struggling".

The protesters lifted slogans against the Yemeni government and its policies, in addition to raising the flag of the state of the south before uniting the country in the Republic of Yemen, in addition to flags the Arab coalition countries led by Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

The demonstrators called for the departure of the Yemeni government.

They denounced the "corruption of legitimacy and its government and the deterioration of the living conditions, the high prices and the lack of services, and demanded the departure of Muslim brotherhoods legitimacy which has been the last of the Pure Land since the dawn of liberation to today warning of its continuation and survival."

The demonstration was a correction to the last demonstration that came out last week to the same demands, which brought slogans against the Arab coalition and the UAE, at which time the southern transition accused the Islah party of standing behind the demonstration.


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