Activists in Hadramawt reject Southern transitional leaders ' presence in Mukalla

Activists in Hadramawt reject Southern transitional leaders ' presence in Mukalla


Activists in Hadramawt province (eastern Yemen) on Thursday launched an online campaign against the arrival of the leaders of the so-called Southern Transitional Council, which is backed by the UAE, to the city of Mukalla, the province.

The main leaders of the southern transition to al-Mukalla arrived at Al-Rayyan Airport, noon on a private Emirati plane, while dozens of heavily armed military vehicles arrived on Wednesday amid a celebration by supporters of the Council.

The activists tweeted in a hashtag called “Hadramawt rejects the transitional” and voiced their rejection of the presence of the military buildup and transitional leadership, which could cause congestion in the province, which is witnessing a relatively stable presence.

Activist Saeed al-Nahdi tweeted on his Twitter page, "The recent events in Aden proved that the old tracks start to grin their fangs, that everyone feeds the conflict and ships the selves, should understand that Hadramawt will not be dragged into this destructive square."

Aref bin Ali Jaber said what the transition offer to Aden would be presented to Hadramawt.

He said the transition has provided little in the past four years, except for the formation of regional militias and belts specializing in killing and sedition among the people of Aden.

He stressed that "do not wait for them other than destruction and ruin".

According to the journalist Radhi Subaih in his tweet, " tickling  emotions such as we will call the state of the south in the name of Hadramawt is not working anymore, Hadramawt is the south and the south is Hadramawt."

"These new old movies show the size of the flop and the diaspora that those people are living in," he said.


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