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Federalization of Yemen
The federalization of Yemen or the Federal Republic of Yemen was the final outcome of the National Dialogue Conference, the Dialogue members also agreed that Yemen would be transformed into a 6-region federal system.[1] The regions would be Azal in the North, and Saba in the Center, and Tihama in the West, and Aden and Jand in the South, and Hadramawt in the East. Sana’a will have a special status and not be part of any region.[2] Aden, the former southern capital, would also have a special status but will be part of Aden region. Azal, Saba, Janad and Tihama would be northern provinces where Aden and Hadramawt would be southern.[3] The proposal also includes changing the title of "Governorate" to "state".
Map of the proposed Federal Regions of Yemen
List of proposed Federal Regions
Azal Region
Saba Region
Janad Region
Tihama Region
Aden Region
Hadramawt Region
See also
References
  1. ^ "Yemen to become six-region federation". Al Jazeera English. 10 Feb 2014. Retrieved 16 March 2014.
  2. ^ "Yemen to become six-region federation". Al Jazeera English. 10 Feb 2014. Retrieved 16 March 2014.
  3. ^ "Yemen to become federation of six regions". BBC News. 10 Feb 2014. Retrieved 16 March 2014.
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