In Yemen five provinces have rejected the decision on the introduction of self government

CAIRO, April 26 – RIA Novosti. Five provinces in southern Yemen announced that it rejected the statement of the Transitional Council of South Yemen on the introduction of self-government in the southern provinces of the country and declare them a state of emergency, said Sunday the Yemeni news Agency SABA, which broadcasts from Riyadh.

among the provinces, refused to support the statement of the Council, Abyan, Shabwah, Hadramaut, Mahra and Socotra.

the Agency resulting in similar statements disseminated by authorities in four other provinces.

the Transitional Council of South Yemen said on Sunday night about the introduction of self-government in the southern provinces of the country, they declared a state of emergency and instructed the armed forces and security forces implement it.

In received RIA Novosti news Agency the statement of the Council States that the cause of the Declaration of emergency – the failure of the Yemeni government to “fulfil its obligations” and “use of property and resources Yemenis to Finance their corrupt activities… on the back of unjustified silence of the brothers from the Arab coalition.”

the Introduction of self-government, the Council explained, “the increased number of conspiracies and intrigues against our revolution and our society.” According to the Council statement, the Yemeni government a few months does not pay salaries to military and civilian, stopped the supply of arms, “supports terrorists and extremists”.

In November 2019 and internationally recognized government of Yemen, headed by President Abd rabbu Mansour Hadi and separatists from the Transitional Council of South Yemen was signed in Riyadh, a peace agreement to end the military confrontation. The signing took place in the presence of the crown princes of Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi Mohammed bin Salman and Mohamed bin Zeid, the President of Yemen. The agreement in particular provides for the transfer of seized by separatists in the South, military installations and government agencies in the hands of the government.

the Separatists created their own Transitional Council of South Yemen in may 2017. Their leader spoke dismissed shortly before President Abd rabbu Mansour Hadi, the Governor of the province of Aden Aydarus al-Zubeidi.