By Fatik Al-Rodaini
Sana'a, March 2, 2012 -In his first decrees after his constitutional oath before the parliament as Yemen's new President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi dismissed one of the closest and loyal to the former President Saleh and appointing another one in a new step to solve problems in the south according to observers interested in Yemeni affairs.
The first four decrees were issued on Thursday assigning some military leaders and a governor for Aden province.
Republican decree No. (9) for 2012 appointed Waheed Ali Rashid as a governor for Aden province.
Republican decree No. (10) for 2012 assigned Mahdi Makulah as Deputy Chief of General Staff for Manpower.
Republican decree No. (11) for 2012 appointed Salem Ali Qhotn as a Commander of the southern region, Commander of 31st armored Brigade.
From the other hand, the Prime Minister's decree No. (8) for 2012 was issued appointing Sadiq Saleh Haid as a security director of Aden governorate.