Massive hike in bread prices cause protests in occupied city of Aden

Massive hike in bread prices cause protests in occupied city of Aden

The rise in the price of a loaf of bread in Aden city, southern Yemen, has angered the citizens, who expressed their dissatisfaction and anger at the difficult living situation.

This came due to the failure of the Saudi-led Hadi puppet government in controlling the province.

The price of the bread suddenly increased despite assurances of the Hadi government to control the prices, as it rose from 30 riyals to 40 riyals per loaf.

Angry citizens have started to to express their dissatisfaction and anger at the increased prices of the bread and the worsening famine it causes.

Bakery owners argued that the increase in the price of bread is due to the rise in flour and gas prices.

The city of Aden, which is under control of the coalition, is witnessing a rapid rise in prices of various food and consumer products. In comparison, prices in the free parts of Yemen, particularly in the capital Sana’a, have remained relatively stable.

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