Local sources say that the actual of the implementation of Riyadh agreement that has been recently signed between Hadi’s government and the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council remain vague and unworkable on the ground.
In the past few days, violations and rebellions have been going in a way that confirms that the agreement is heading towards a complete failure.
It seems that the resolve of the warring factions stronger than the “agreement” has turned into a farce that is not worth the ink it was written with.
The latest chapter of the disaster came Monday from the Ministry of Information in Aden, whose employees were prevented from entering the ministry building by STC militants who control the ministry building and the area where it is located.
The ministry staff directed a distress memo to the minister, Muammar al-Eryani in order to persuade the STC to allow the employees to enter their offices.
Some observers believe that the situation in the occupied areas of southern Yemen is more likely to lead to even more bloody clashes than before the Riyadh agreement.