Council News

2019-07-22 17:09:47

The presidency of the Southern Transitional Council held a meeting this morning in Aden chaired by Maj. Gen. Aidros Al - Zubaidi which was  attended by the majority of the members .The meeting di...

Protesters marched in the capital of al-Dale`a in unprecedented numbers on Tuesday in response to the call of the Southern Transition Council.Demonstrators flocked in the early morning hours to the ST...

The announcement ceremony of the branch of the Southern Transitional Council in Al-Mahra governorate took place this morning in a revolutionary mass festival to mark the 54th anniversary of the glorio...

In response to the invitation by the leadership of the Southern Transition Council , the inhabitants of Hadramout governorate launched their celebrations for the 54th anniversary of the October revolu...

 Members of the Legal department of the STC presidency stressed on the importance to participate in the 14th of October revolution anniversary celebrations which started today and will continue t...

Leadership of the Southern Transitional Council presidency have returned home today headed by the president of the council Major General Aidrous Qasem Al-Zubaidi. They arrived in time  to partici...

The Southern Transition Council inaugurated today the celebrations of the 54th anniversary of the glorious October revolution in the capital of Aden by holding an art concert in the Petra Hall of Cora...

The Southern Transitional Council, invites the people of the South across the regions and provinces of the South to March and rally and to participate in the celebrations of the 54th anniversary of...

Member of the presidium of the Southern Transitional Council Adnan Alkaff, will participate at the workshop in Amman -Jordan . The workshop  which will be held by Chatham House called ,' Politi...

The main committee appointed by the members of Hadramout STC Presidency held a meeting today with a number of leaders and activists of the southern revolution in Wadi Hadramout in order to form and up...