Secretary-General of the Yemeni Socialist Party Yaseen Saeed Noaman cautioned against insecurity in the southern governorate of Aden and Taiz, pointing out that supporters of the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh seek to stir up turmoil in these major cities.
In an interview with Hadith Al-Madinah Newspaper, Noaman said that the Joint Meeting Parties approved supporting of Taiz governor and help him remove all armed manifestations.
Taiz has been a source of pro-democracy uprising that ended 33-year rule of the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh. Security forces often responded with deadly force.
He stressed that there is calculated plans to plunge Aden and Taiz into violence and break down the political settlement, singling out that security situation in Taiz are tense.
He said that some forces seek to punish Taiz because it rebelled against the former regime, calling all people to stand against attempts of destabilizing Taiz.
He affirmed that President Abdu Rabo Mansour Hadi faces complicated issues, asserting that he managed to realize many things.
Yemen witnesses a state of insecurity in Sana'a and other major cities. On Tuesday, gunmen affiliated to the former president carried out an attack against the Interior Ministry in which a number of its guards were killed and wounded.
The gunmen loyal to Saleh remained in control of the building hours after they stormed it. They also controlled nearby streets.
Witnesses said the headquarters of the ministry was looted, with people walking out with computer sets and furniture with little interference from security.