It does not matter whether the regime is republican, royal, centralized, federal, socialist or capitalist. What’s more important is the central government’s capability to achieve justice and enjoy the approval of citizens. North Yemen was an inanimate regime until 1962. It became a republic following the first President of the Yemen Arab Republic Abdullah al-Sallal’s revolution. South Yemen was a British protectorate.
The Yemenis have proven to be more civilized than others. Their revolution was peaceful and transition of power was peacefulAbdulrahman al-Rashed