Angry protesters have on Tuesday morning stormed the al-Ma’asheeq Palace in Aden, which is the seat of the Hadi puppet government, in order to demand the return of public services and payment of salaries, media outlets in occupied Aden said.
A video published by media outlets showed dozens of protesters in Yemen’s southern city of Aden storming the presidential palace.
The demonstrators are demanding action to end the collapse of Yemen’s currency, the payment of salaries and the provision of public services, which were all ceased by the mercenary government.
The southern provinces suffer from an unprecedented collapse of local currency against, with a single dollar reaching up to 915 riyals in value, as a result of the policies of aggression and their mercenaries who have continued to print banknotes without cash cover.
In the same context, media sources reported that security forces are now besieging the home of the Minister of Interior in the Hadi mercenary government, in a clear sign of uprising.