Yemen's new federal republic

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19 February 2014

Yemen's new federal republic

Report summary

The Yemeni government has agreed to create a federal republic consisting of six semi-autonomous regions.  The move comes after years of unrest and is intended to appease the many political factions by allowing a certain level of self-government to individual regions.  The issues for oil and gas companies - mainly sabotage and disruption of operations - are much more localised and creation of a federation may do little to help in the short to medium term.

Table of contents

  • Yemen's federal proposals
  • North-South divisions
  • Impact on oil and gas operations
  • Regional autonomy

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