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To honor the families of prominent martyrs and trade unionists of the General Authority for Social Insurance during the celebration of International Workers Day

29/5/2019

A celebration was held in Sana'a on the occasion of the International Day of the First Workers of Mayer under the slogan "Protecting our homeland and building it with our hands". The ceremony was attended by Political Council member Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi, Deputy Prime Minister for Security and Defense Affairs Maj. Gen. Jalal Al-Ruwaishan, and a number of ministers and the Secretary of the Capital. Workers and workers in various ministries, labor and production facilities, trade unionists and families of martyrs and wounded were honored in various facilities. The General Authority for Social Security and Pensions was honored with two prominent trade unionists from the Authority and the families of the martyrs. The families of the brothers Shamsuddin Kokban, Basem Sharaf al-Din and Yahya Saad al-Dhafiri During the event, the member of the Supreme Political Council congratulated the workers on this occasion and the workers of Yemen suffer as a result of the aggression and the destruction of state institutions and the public and mixed sectors, many of whom lost their jobs. He stressed that the Yemeni workers proved during the past four years that they are able to deal positively with the difficult conditions experienced by the country as a result of the aggression through its persistence and perseverance and the search for the source of living after the transfer of central bank jobs to Aden and stop the salaries of workers and employees, he mentioned to the arrival of many of them to advanced positions in the field of work and production.

He said that the governments in this country have followed but that the national labor has not fulfilled its material and moral rights. This has led to the exploitation of our human capabilities by other regimes and governments, and Saudi Arabia, which exploited the needs of the Yemeni expatriate and looted his savings and sweat under the pretext of residency or sponsorship. He stressed the determination of the political council and the government to restore the consideration of workers and employees of the state through the national vision to build a modern state of Yemen, which emphasizes equal opportunities and merit in employment and a solution to the problem of salaries stopped by the aggression. He stressed that the national vision aims to reform the wage structure and adopt the concept of income to reduce the differences between employees and prevent discrimination and exclusion and deprivation. Pointing to the importance of adopting a national strategy for the development of human resources and rehabilitation to meet the needs of the local labor market and raise their competitiveness on employment opportunities. On the other hand, Prime Minister Dr. Ben Habtoor hailed the workers and workers of Yemen and all the workers for their world day, which culminated in their struggles that lasted more than 100 years. "Today is a remarkable day in the lives of all the workers and the long struggle that they have taken thousands of hours and days to realize their rights," he said. He added that while the workers of the world enjoy relative stability, 562 Yemeni workers and workers were martyred by the targeting of the Saudi-UAE alliance of factories and workshops. This segment lives and suffers from severe living conditions and suffers greatly because of the suspension of salaries for more than two years because of the transfer of central bank functions by order of aggression to Aden. He noted the active and influential presence of this broad popular sector in steadfastness and national challenge in the face of the aggression that came to kill all Yemenis and did not exclude them from anyone. The prime minister pointed out that the workers do not belong to certain political and sectarian parties but belong to the great Yemeni homeland and are therefore steadfast in their country and in their positions. Considering their steadfastness a message for the year that the rightists can not break their will through the siege, starvation and murder. He stressed that the worker who is committed to his work daily contributes to the stability of the institutional process and deserves to thank and appreciation and all his colleagues and leadership who have patience and steadfastness in the face of aggression. The Prime Minister spoke of the great contacts being made by the army and the popular committees with the support of all social groups and tribesmen. Explaining that those who fight the Yemeni people is Saudi Arabia with American cover, not mercenaries, sons of our skin who have accepted to be tools in their hands to kill their people and destroy the homeland's resources. He said that the coalition of aggression and those who stand in his row do not want to recognize the Yemeni beggars who wanted to subject him and turn him into a herd of slaves and slaves, as the European colonists did with the Indians. "We do not build an Islamic state, regional, regional or regional, but we establish through the national vision to build the Yemeni state into a modern, free and dignified civil state, in which all the political, party and social energies on the Yemeni arena are integrated. The son of Habtoor said that the preservation of national cohesion is essential and the title and political will led by Mr. Abdul Malik Badr al-Din al-Houthi. Stressing that the Yemenis with their various social and intellectual strata are interested in this desire to build the modern Yemeni state and harness all their energies to achieve this lofty goal. The national vision will be presented after the end of the aggression and siege through the dialogue table, which will bring all parties as a popular document to build the modern state of Yemen. He expressed his thanks to the General Federation and all the unions for the establishment of this ceremony and all those who contributed and participated in preparing for it. While the Secretary General of the Federation of Trade Unions of Yemen Ahmed A. said the celebration of Yemen's workers on this occasion represents a victory in light of the dire circumstances experienced by the workers due to the continued aggression and siege. He pointed out that the workers had the first breakthrough throughout history for the revolutions and renaissance towards the independence and building of modern Yemen. Stressing that the coalition of aggression destroyed all aspects of life and the destruction of trees and stone and affected the repercussions on the economic, social and health levels. The General Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry said that the targeting of private enterprises and the infrastructure of the national economy led to the deterioration of the economic and living conditions of many workers and employees working in various economic establishments. She pointed out that thanks to the steadfastness of the Yemeni people, many business owners have been able to regain their activity to varying degrees. The Federation of Chambers of Commerce appealed to the international community to press for a halt to the aggression, lifting the siege and working towards a peaceful political solution to achieve security and stability. He called on companies, employers and private enterprises to understand the circumstances in which the country is going through and to stop any actions that harm workers and improve their situation. A number of explanatory passages, as well as an operetta about the steadfastness and steadfastness of the workers in the face of aggression, permeated the effectiveness.

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