PM reviews with Acting Speaker of Shura Council integrative relations towards priority issues

February 11, 2019

SANAA, Feb. 11 (Saba) - Prime Minister Dr. Abdulaziz bin Habtoor on Sunday discussed with the Acting Speaker of the Shura Council Mohammed Al-Aidarous the nature of complementary relations towards the issues of common priority related to the challenges of the current situation.

The meeting dealt with the Shura Council's plan for the current year and the related topics related to government activity, especially those related to the repercussions of the aggression and the continuous Saudi-American siege against the Yemeni people for nearly four years.

Al-Aidarous explained the activities carried out by the Shura Council, whether in the framework of his routine work sessions or through his field trips, especially to the camps for the displaced.

He pointed to the recommendations reached by the Council in the context of its discussion of the tax and monetary aspects, as well as the results of the visit of a number of its members to the city of Hodeidah.

He said that the Council's plan for the past year is full of achievements despite the difficulties faced.

The Acting Speaker of the Shura Council pointed out that the Council, within the framework of the implementation of its internal regulations, reshaped its specialized committees and elected its presidents.

He stressed that the Council is currently preparing its comments on the development of the national vision to further develop the structure of the modern state of Yemen.

In his turn, the Prime Minister noted the vital role played by the Shura Council as a constitutional institution ins supporting the government with its valuable recommendations based on the experience of its members who are involved in institutional work.

He stressed that the government looks very appreciative to the Council and its important recommendations related to governmental institutional activity. He pointed out that the government will not hesitate to play any supporting role of the Council and its plan for the current year.

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