In Aden, the rebellion against the “Riyadh Agreement” expanded, with Saudi Arabia continuing to use the salary as a pressure card on the armed factions to surrender their weapons and move out of Aden. Will the pressure succeed, or will Saudi Arabia turn to a military confrontation?
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In the latest coup by the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council, the Shabwani elite withdrew from the Al-Dhali camps in Aden; and it has cleared its positions and points in Al Daeri.
The Transitional council accused of committing sectarian violations against its members. In addition, it identifies the leaderships of the council belonging to Al-Dhale’e, whose people gathered in revolting conflicts that extend to the eighties of the last century.
Regardless of the accusations confirmed by the transitional council head, Aidarous Al-Zubaidi, holding the branch’s leaders responsible for the fall of Shabwa, and the mass resignations affected his leaders. Not to mention the incidents that interrupted the way of two elite battalions that Zubaidi sent it to Al-Dhali, leaving dead and wounded.
These protests are a link in a series of rebellions It began to appear on Wednesday with the extends of brigades support, to be followed by the first, second and third reserve battalions.
Moreover, before the fourth military zone that joined the ranks of besieged retired military officers two days ago to the headquarters of Hadi government in Al-Maasheq and the Central Bank.
These messages are definitely addressed to Saudi Arabia, which has so far suspended the salaries of these elements.
It is pushing for the implementation of Riyadh agreement, the most prominent of which stipulates the payment of salaries within the framework of Hadi government program, which the transitional authorities have allowed to return it to Aden, but it affects the transitional council, which is now facing internal pressures that have emerged with the collective resignations of its membership, leaders, and external affairs , by Saudi Arabia waving forcefully to impose the agreement and isolate the Council. This was reported by Al-Zubaidi, who warned of the coup against the agreement previously. He revealed that Saudi Arabia provides food and salaries to its fighters without it; he may not be able to operate a single power station in Aden.
For Saudi Arabia, what matters now is the demilitarization of Aden from the southern factions, which followed by the transitional council, It quite stood in his line against Hadi’s forces last August
In addition, that this led to the use of force, as the commander of its forces in Aden said earlier, it was followed by a massive flight in the skies of the transitional camps. This would give the Saudi forces security, In addition, give its ambassador an opportunity to rule Aden and impose his country’s agenda away from any protests that had already started with the factions named Yafa’, but what might be achieved for the transitional council?
Nothing is guaranteed for the transitional council, who is betting on time and the possibility of Riyadh to achieve a breach in the agreement, Even to start forming the government, governors and security directors to let everyone know his share. Moreover, if its features seemed small due to the size of the southern factions that the coalition seeks to annex it, not to mention the division of 24 bags north and south. Even the governorates may not exceed Aden and Lahj by the transitional control there, with the exception of Shabwa and Socotra at the current time.
Not much awaiting transitional council, except for the privileges achieved in Al-Dhalea. If one takes into consideration the news that Al-Zubaidi is appointed, it is common in high positions in the next government. This will widen the cycle of outrage within the corridors of the councils, and may end up like the Socialist Party after unity at best.