Hadramout authority directs to prevent any meeting about public affairs and calls for getting around the leadership of the province

Hadramout authority directs to prevent any meeting about public affairs and calls for getting around the leadership of the province


The Local Authority leadership in Hadramout called on everyone to rally around their local authority and military leadership for the benefit of Hadramaut, security and stability.

A circular issued by the provincial local authority leadership required that any gathering or meetings in public affairs be prevented at this stage without the prior official approval of the provincial security authorities.

According to the Office of the Governor, the circular called on the security authorities to do their duty.

The leadership of the local authority in Hadramaut province called on all segments of society in different directions to sense the current situation and the security and military complexities that the country is going through.

The circular stressed that this measure is in the interest of all and for the sake of their safety and to warn against any gatherings at this difficult stage.

On Wednesday, Amr Ben Habrish, undersecretary in Hadramout province, proposed that the leadership of the local authority, represented by the governor of the province, take over the entire portfolio.

Ben Habrish pointed out in a publication on his official page that his proposal comes from the point of view of preventing sedition and conflicts and the fact that the leadership of the authority is represented by the governor of Hadramout, the highest official authority of the province.

Ben Habrish, who heads the Hadramout Gathering conference, called for giving all the powers to Hadramout’s authority to perform tasks within the province, extend its influence and tighten its control within its jurisdiction.

A statement issued by the Southern Transitional Council following the Aden rebellion confirmed its pursuit of what it called the liberation of the Hadramout Valley, where the forces of the First Military Region of Yemen are present.


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