The General Secretariat of the Southern Transitional Council held its weekly meeting on Thursday under the chairmanship of Fadhl Mohammed Al-Ja'di, the Assistant Secretary-General and member of the Presidency of the Transitional Council.
The meeting reviewed two reports, one of the Social Affairs Departments on the activities and work progress of the department on the first semester of 2019, and the other of the Public Department on the mass escalation in the governorates' capitals.
The meeting also discussed the lands issues in Aden the capital and its impact on the southern society. In this regard, the General Secretariat pointed out to the responsibility of the Government and some of its institutions for the tampering and the corruption in the lands files, and the seeking to provoke conflicts to influence on the southern unity.
The meeting stressed that the judiciary is the best way to solve the problems of lands in order to preserve the rights of everyone.
The latest updates in Sayoun of Hadramout province reviewed in the meeting, in which praised the southern people in Hadramout in general, and of Sayoun and the valley of Hadramout in particular for facing the government attempts to hold a meeting of its outdated invalid parliament on the southern land.
The meeting discussed the Yemeni government practices of exclusion and its systematic targeting of the southern cadres in a number of government institutions to be replaced with people from outside Aden the capital and the south, warning the government of continuing its provocative practices.
The meeting also discussed a number of general topics on its agenda and the necessary actions to be taken.