In a limited wing of Ma’ashiq, mercenaries wrestle over a formal rule, with goals linked to serve the agenda of the countries involved in aggression.
Local sources in Aden say that forces belonging to the "Giants'' stormed Ma'ashiq Palace. The palace’s gates were closed and entry and exit were prevented, after tension with the head of the Saudi-backed government, Maeen Abdulmalik, who recently returned from Riyadh.
The sources indicated that the dispute is related to the signing of special funding for the Giants militia, which has become part of the scene of corruption and looting in the occupied territories.
Only hours passed until Maeen Abdulmalik left his wing in the palace to move to the safest location in the coalition headquarters in the same palace.
The move reflects the seriousness of the tension that occurred yesterday, despite attempts to reduce it. And whether it will push the Giants militia, many of whose members belong to al-Qaeda, to carry out an assassination operation against the head of the Saudi-backed government and other leaders.
The mercenary authorities worked to rectify what happened by sending their defense minister, Muhsin al-Daari, to Ma'ashiq Palace to try to calm the situation. If the truce takes place, it is temporary, given the widening gap between the mercenary parties, with the impossibility of reaching radical solutions.
The return of tension to Aden, just one day after the return of Maeen Abdulmalik, may push him to leave for Riyadh again. This is in line with the desire of the tools affiliated with the Emirates, which see the presence of this government, albeit formally, would target its position and its disruptive slogans. Although the dispute led by the STC has become of a personal nature with Maeen Abdulmalik. The STC has sought to overthrow him from the presidency of the government.
In general, what happened yesterday may establish a new fighting in the occupied territories.
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