Protests against Saudi-led invasion hit Yemeni province of Taiz

Protests against Saudi-led invasion hit Yemeni province of Taiz

Angry protests continued in Taiz city against Saudi-led coalition and exiled Hadi’s government, denouncing the collapse of the local currency and deterioration of Living conditions.

Eyewitnesses reported that the angry protesters blocked most of the city’s streets with burning tires, and chanted with slogan calling for the Saudi-led coalition and the Hadi government’s forces to leave the city.

During the protests, the Islah militias fired heavily at the demonstrators in Jamal Street Bridge, arresting a number of protesters.

In a statement on Saturday, the protesters demanded the dismissal of Moeen Abdual-malik government, which they described as “failed”, and an end to the economic deterioration.

The statement warned against the coalition ignoring the suffering of the people and their continuous protests over the living situation.

The demonstration coincided with the traders’ announcement of a comprehensive strike in protest against the economic deterioration and the collapse of the currency in the city.

For several days, Taiz has been witnessing  angry protests calling for the dismissal of the “Hadi government” and an end to the economic decline and the collapse of the currency.

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