Prime Minister Ahmad Obeid bin-Daghr discussed on Wednesday with Hadhramout DignitariesHadhramout Region under the federal Yemen in accordance with the outcomes of the National Dialogue Conference, which included just distribution of wealth and power.
In the meeting attended by political and social figures, bin-Daghr discussed with them most key issues for boosting establish new Yemen under President Abd-RabboHadi.
" Unlike previous presidents, President Hadi gave Hadhramoutjust share of its revenues- 20 percent of state revenues of oil, custom and taxes, for the role of the province in defending the republic and the federal of Yemen," said bin-Daghr.
He added that the government plans to launch service projects during the next few weeks in the province, in addition to already announced projects of power, water, health and roads.
He praised outcomes of Hadhramout Inclusive Conference as unique experiment for discussing people issues and expressing their rights on drawing future plans. He also discussed with them the situation of the returnees and the president's decision of pardoning them of taxes, custom and other fees.
For their part, Hadhramout dignitaries confirmed that the speed up of announcing Hadhramout Region will encourage peace and uniting popular projects for realizing the federal state.
They demanded opening al-Rayyan Airport for providing services to the people and easing economic movement.
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