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PM: Government changed Aden's situation for better
[29/10/2017 07:44]

Prime Minister Ahmad Obeid bin-Daghr has confirmed his government succeeded in changing the situation of the transitional capital Aden and other liberated provinces into the better within a year.

"This success and improved situations in Aden comes in dependence on the available sovereign capabilities given to the government in the time the province was depending on its projects on assigned local resources or sovereign central," he said.

He added that everyone, with state financial knowledge, knows that taxes, customs, oil and minerals are sovereign resources across the world and these resources are under the central governments not governors.

He confirmed that the government has to take control of these resources to pay salaries of the civil servants and buy oil derivatives for power and local markets in Aden and other provinces.

He pointed out the government used these resources- taxes and oil derivatives- for re-building the army and security and rehabilitating the government's bodies demolished by Houthi-Saleh's aggression on Aden.

He noted that the government ordered all governors to hand over revenues of customs, taxes, oil and other central revenues to the Central Bank of Yemen and the government's account, in accordance to the law.

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