Hundreds of military and security personnel have on Monday held a rally in front of the central bank building in Aden, which is under control of Saudi-led mercenaries, in a protest caused for a lack of payment since eight months ago.
The protesters raised banners and slogans condemning the continued disregard of their salaries by the mercenary government, which controls the bank, plunders revenues and continues to plunder oil wealth through the port of Dhaba and Shabwah.
Since December 2020, the salaries of military personnel and soldiers in the occupied provinces have been suspended, despite mercenary control of the Central Bank since 2016.
The protesters demanded that their late salaries be paid immediately, following promises made by the Hadi puppet government and the Central Bank of Aden.
They vowed to escalate protests in the coming days if their demands are not met.
The demonstrators also demanded the departure of the Saudi-UAE occupation forces and pro-Hadi militias, denouncing the disregard for their suffering in light of the high cost of living due to the deterioration of the local currency value.