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Taiz seeing significant transformation, says governor
[01/05/2018 12:03]

The governor Taiz said his city is seeing a significant transformation in the form of de-militarizing state institutions and restoring them back to service.

Chairing a meeting of local authority and presidential delegation that arrived from Aden on Monday to oversee paramilitary Abu al-Abbas Brigades' handover of the city's eastern precinct to the provincial security forces, Ameen Mahmoud said the state authority will be extended everywhere in place of military and paramilitary city defenders that had originally seized state buildings in the fight with Houthi rebels.

The city defenders will have to move to the city's outer frontlines where rebels are besieging the city and the downtown city will see the spread of law enforcement authorities and a restoration of the pre-2015 life, before the Iran-backed Houthis invaded the city.

The governor said the local authority will work over liberating the rest of the city, reconstruction and repair of war damages and state restoration.

The head of the presidential panel, the deputy Chief of Staff, Maj. Gen. Saleh al-Zendani said the re-normalization of life in Taiz is the hardcore mandate of the local authority.

He said that the "national warriors of Taiz have taught the (Houthi) enemy a lesson by fighting heroically and capturing 85% of the province's territory."

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