Scandals Continue on “Presidential Council”, Total Number of Eight Members’ Credits Per-Month

The editor-in-chief of “Akhbar Al-Youm” newspaper, Saif Al-Hadari, revealed the monthly appropriations received by the “members of the Presidential Leadership Council” formed by Saudi Arabia after Hadi’s removal.

Saying that it amounts to “one billion seven hundred and fifty million riyals in personal funds.”

Al-Hadari indicated that these huge sums, which eight members of the council receive it monthly, other than the approved salaries in dollars, in addition to the credits that spent from Saudi Arabia.

He expressed his astonishment at the amount of rampant corruption in Al-Alimi government, saying that this is happening, especially in light of “stopping allowances for the wounded.” Delayed army salaries, starvation, and the deterioration of services in the country.

Previously, during the past few days, official documents were revealed showing that the leaders of Al-Alimi government plundered foreign scholarships at the expense of students who deserve them. The peak of these grants during the first quarter of the year was estimated at more than 8.5 million dollars, according to leaked statements.

Yesterday, other official documents revealed a new scandal for the government loyal to the coalition.

Represents the employment of a large number of children and relatives of government officials, diplomatic positions and the creation of foreign technical attachés, which are illegal.

These successive scandals sparked widespread popular discontent against Al-Alimi government and the coalition. While Al-Alimi is trying to absorb the citizens’ anger by issuing formal decisions. However, the state of anger and boiling did not stop. Amid calls for the dismissal and trial officials who were complicit in these major corruption scandals.

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