The protesters demanded that living conditions be addressed and basic services be provided, most notably electricity and water, which have been cut off for more than a month in a number of neighborhoods in the city.
The protesters also demanded the dismissal of the director of the gas company, in the wake of the continuing crises, the lack of domestic gas, and the collapse of the economy.
These protests come in light of the continuing deterioration of living conditions and the lack of services in the governorates under the control of the invasion and occupation forces and parties loyal to them.
On Tuesday, residents of the city of Al-Dish gathered in the city of Mukalla, the capital of Hadramout governorate, in angry protests, denouncing the complete power outage in the city, and the unprecedented deterioration of their living conditions.
Local sources in Mukalla said that the protesters blocked the main roads in the city of Al-Dish, demanding the departure of the “corrupt” Saudi-backed government as they described. They also demanded trial of the leaders of the so-called Presidential Council, stressing that they would continue to escalate until they were overthrown.
A day ago, a number of protesters were injured in occupied Aden by bullets fired by the forces of the Emirati-backes Southern Transitional Council (STC).
Local sources in Aden reported renewed demonstrations against the deteriorating living and service conditions and the power outages in the occupied city of Aden.
They explained that the STC militia started shooting the protesters gathered in front of the sit-in square in the Mansoura district. They noted that the militia recruits fired randomly in front of a clinic near the square, which resulted in the injury of a family, in addition to the passengers of a bus.
Protest demonstrations in Aden broke out in recent months as a continuation of the outburst of anger announced by the people of the southern governorates due to the collapse of the local currency, power outages, deterioration of services, and the collapse of state institutions.
The Saudi-backed government continues to take economic measures that directly affect the service and living conditions of the Yemeni People, especially in the southern regions, and exacerbate their disastrous suffering as a result of the US-Saudi siege and aggression.
Electricity outages have multiplied over the past two days as a result of the lack of diesel and fuel, which caused most stations to stop serving. This made the outage hours rise to eight or nine hours.#Yemen #Protest #US-Saudi Aggression #Hadramout #Occupied Southern Governorates 23-09-03
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