President to the People: We are committed to power, wealth partnership, determined to end scarified governance centers

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September Net

President of the Presidential Leadership Council Dr. Rashad al-Alimi emphasized that the anniversary of Yemeni Unity on May 22, 1990 will remain a revered occasion surrounded by appreciation.

It is a historical moment worthy of reflection, learning, and conscious initiative to protect national consensus, the will of the Yemeni people, and to ensure broad participation in decision-making without exclusion or marginalization.

In a speech to the Yemeni people on the occasion of the 34th National Day of the Republic of Yemen, President al-Alimi reiterated full commitment of the Council and the government to their declared commitments, led by considering the Southern Issue as the basis for a comprehensive solution and being open to all options to enable our people to achieve their aspirations, determine their political position, and advance their economic, social, and cultural development based on national, regional, and international references.

He expressed great pride that this occasion coincides with the strengthening and greater alignment of our Republican Alliance around its national goals, in which our people triumph over the sacrifices of our armed forces, security forces, all military formations, popular resistance, and our steadfast cities as they engage in another decisive battle against the racist and tyrannical Imamate agenda, the agent project of the Iranian regime.

“It is enough that we gather today in the temporary capital, Aden, as a unified consensus leadership to confront renewed risks, just as our predecessors did for almost seven decades, defending the republican system that has never faced a more difficult time than it is experiencing now, with a terrorist group relentlessly pursuing our people everywhere, claiming the lives of hundreds of thousands and displacing millions in a manner surpassing all racist wars in its dark history,” he said.

He reiterated the reminder that Yemeni unity, since it crystallized as an idea, a national call, and until it became a tangible reality, “represented in its essence an integrated civilizational project based on a set of noble principles, the most important of which are: enhancing national unity, broad partnership in power and wealth, achieving justice and equality, and the rule of law.”

While acknowledging the commitment of free Yemeni people in the north and south to the contents of this developmental project, the President of the Presidential Council strongly affirmed the rejection of Yemeni people to empty this achievement of its national, political, and moral content and turn it into a mere deceptive slogan that conceals the tendency for autocracy, monopolizing power and wealth, a tendency embodied today by the terrorist Houthi militias.

He praised the virtues of the first generation that contributed to the birth of the Republic of Yemen, as well as expressed great appreciation for those who led the correction of the course of this national project after the summer war of 1994, starting with the peaceful southern movement, passing through popular demands for change, and reaching the convoys of martyrs and wounded from the sons of the armed forces, security forces, all military formations, and the popular resistance against the Houthi agenda.

He affirmed that those who deeply examine the movement of history clearly realize that Yemeni unity and the specifics of the Southern Issue are two sides of one idea and one dream… two sides of the pluralistic republican Yemen, and the system based on justice, equality, and the rule of law.

He considered this to be the new homeland that he and his fellow members of the Presidential Council strive to embody as much as possible through diligent work to correct mistakes, rebuild institutions, sincerely uphold the values of power and wealth partnership, national consensus, and enable local authorities, enhance their independence, support the mechanisms of good governance, and consolidate the decentralization of power, on the ruins of the concept of sacred centers of governance.

In his speech, the President highlighted the efforts made by the Presidential Council and the government to respond to the needs of the citizens and improve the conditions. This includes resolving the chronic energy crisis, confronting existing challenges, and advancing the battle to restore state institutions and overthrow the coup.

In this context, he pointed out that a breakthrough in the electricity service is imminent, which will come from the sustainability of fuel supplies. Additionally, 120 megawatts of electricity will be generated next month in Aden Governorate from a renewable energy power plant.

Furthermore, 25 megawatts of electricity have already been generated in the al-Mukha District, Taiz Governorate.
Efforts are also underway to establish a 56-megawatt renewable energy power plant as a first phase in Shabwah Governorate, and 50 megawatts in al-Khokha and Hayis.

Moreover, preparations are being made to build power stations in Hadhramout with a capacity of 25 megawatts, and another in Taiz with a capacity of 30 megawatts. A third wind power plant with a capacity of 100 megawatts is planned in Ras Al-Ara.

The government is also working to increase the generation capacity of the Aden President Power Station to more than 200 megawatts after completely renovating the dilapidated distribution network over the past two years. The Kuwaiti brothers are supporting the maintenance and rehabilitation project of the Marib Gas Power Station with a contribution of $40 million, in addition to significant contributions from the local authority in the governorate.

Regarding the peace file, the President of the Presidential Council reiterated the Council’s steadfast position towards peace efforts based on the four principles that have been repeatedly emphasized. These principles include adherence to national, regional, and international references, particularly UN Resolution 2216, and non-interference with the legal and political status of the state as a member of the United Nations.

Any peace process should be comprehensive and protected by regional and international guarantees, including the inclusion of the Southern issue in any future consultations, he said.

The government also maintains a policy of openness to all mediation efforts associated with alleviating the suffering of citizens and securing their interests and dignified livelihoods.


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