Demonstrations in “the third largest Yemeni city” shake the government of “Abdul-Malik” and curb the accelerating collapse of the riyal


Today, Tuesday, a Yemeni parliamentarian considered that the demonstrations that began in Taiz, which is the third largest city in Yemen, shook the recognized government headed by Moeen Abdul-Malik.

Member of Parliament Abdul Rahman Mazab stated, in a post on his Facebook page, which was monitored by “The Yemeni Scene”, that “after yesterday’s demonstrations in Taiz, government and bank officials remembered that the issue concerned them, so the decline in the currency stopped and the exchange rate declined slightly.”

He stressed that “solutions are possible, but the leadership of the bank, the government and the state are reluctant and indifferent.”

And he stressed that “continuing the pressure will make them assume their responsibility and carry out their duties instead of completely relaxing, and instead of hiding and indifference, in such difficult circumstances.”

This comes after thousands of people demonstrated in Taiz against the accelerating collapse of the Yemeni riyal against foreign currencies.

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