SMA NEWS – ADEN the Capital
The governor of the capital, Aden, Mr. Ahmed Hamed Lamlas, chaired, on Saturday, the periodic meeting of the directorates of the districts, in the presence of the director general of the governorate police, and the directors of electricity, public works, roads, water and sanitation, Hygiene and Improvement Fund and the governorate’s secretary-general.
The governor started the meeting with a speech in which he stressed the importance of everyone to sense their responsibilities in this exceptional stage in the capital, Aden, and the need to adopt effective ways and methods of work that achieve tangible positive results instead of the boring and useless routine.
Governor Lamlas added: “There are many different parties that have fought against Aden, so we have to assume our tasks and responsibilities to address those projects that are being hatched against Aden, its security and stability,” urging the leaders of the local authority to harness all available efforts and capabilities and focus on basic issues and leave secondary activities aside in the current phase.
In his speech, Lamlas also stressed the importance of activating the relationship with society through communication with social figures, dignitaries of directorates, young leaders, academics and intellectuals, informing them of what is happening, and working together to solve problems, if any.
The Governor also briefed the meeting on the results of his visit to the Saudi capital, Riyadh, and his meetings with the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister and members of his government, as well as with the SDRPY, the most important of which was the adoption of the Executive Office’s decision to deduct 20% of the capital’s revenues for the benefit of projects and services implemented in it. .
The meeting touched on the state of services in all sectors, the deterioration of which was reflected in the state of popular discontent among citizens.
In the meeting, the Director General of Aden Police, Major General Mutahar Ali Naji, reviewed the efforts of the security in the capital, Aden, in dealing with the protest activities that a number of districts witnessed during the past few days, addressing the problems faced by the security, most notably the continued suspension of the disbursement of the operational budget for Aden security for about four months. .
The meeting discussed the most prominent problems of the districts, the electricity and water institutions, the Public Works and Roads Office, and Cleaning and Improvement Fund, and took the necessary measures in this regard.