Major General Ahmed Saeed Bin Brik, Chairman of the National Assembly, President of the Self-Administration of the South, met on Wednesday at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Transitional Council, the monitoring supervisory committees of the Self-Administration on government institutions and facilities, in order to review the organizational regulations for the work of the committees, in the presence of Attorney Niran Sooki, Vice-Chairman of the National Assembly, member of the Presidency of the Transitional Council, and Dr. Saad Mohammad Saad, Chairman of the Legal Committee of the National Assembly.
In the meeting, Maj. Gen. Bin Brik said: “As we are at the first stage, we in the self-administration addressed the implementation of four urgent issues mainly which are electricity, water health, and cleanliness, but the rain flood torrents revealed to us the weakness of the infrastructure of the capital Aden, which was systematically connected to this situation by the successive governments. ”
The head of the Self-Administration pointed out that the corruption file starts from the top of the pyramid in power and progresses to reach the smallest employee in the state, so this corruption had to be combated within the institutions and facilities through the work of supervisory committees that perform their oversight functions by engaging unions mainly to help us overcome this stage that we are going through. ”
Major General Bin Brik hoped that these committees would be at the level of responsibility in the face of the enemies of the South in all service, humanitarian and even military sectors.
For their part, the attendees expressed their happiness with this meeting, putting before the President of the self- administration a number of proposals and conceptions to develop the work of the self- administration, stressing on the need to create a systematic union work to uncover the extent of corruption within government institutions and facilities, and work in an organized legal and organized way to achieve the desired goal of restoring the South state.