In the city of Aden, the unofficial capital of the territory under the control of Yemeni President Abd-rabbu Mansour Hadi, began mass protests. About it reports Reuters.
The city attracts a convoy of buses and cars from the surrounding areas. In a protest involving several thousand people, but organizers promise to turn it into a “March of millions”
The reason for the mass protests was the dismissal of two popular politicians in Aden — the Governor Aydarus al-Zubaidi and Minister Hani bin Brek, which Hadi was suspected of separatism. And al-Zubaidi, and Ben Breck stood for the independence of South Yemen and commanded his own troops, who received weapons and supplies from the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Both policies have a greater influence in the region. In 2015 they have played an important role in the victory faithful Hadi’s forces in the battle for Aden, raising the city’s rebellion and breaking of his rebels housetop. The protesters claim that the President fell under the influence of the Islamist organization “Muslim brotherhood”.
Currently in Yemen, the ongoing civil war. On one side is fighting the military wing of the Houthis, the Shiite movement “Ansar Allah” — and loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh of the army. They control Sana’a. They are opposed by the troops of ousted Sunni President Abd-rabbu Mansour Hadi and the coalition, led by Saudi Arabia. At the end of March 2015, the Saudis along with allies began a campaign against the rebels with the aim of returning to power Hadi.