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Yemen: Political System

The Republic of Yemen is a parliamentary-controlled presidential regime. It consists of the President and the Parliament with a Prime Minister. The president is elected by the people every seven years for a maximum of two terms. Parliament is elected every six years. See AbbreviationFinder for more information about Yemen politics, and acronyms as well.

Yemen: Political System

The official name of the country is:

Republic of Yemen

National anthem

Based on flag descriptions by Countryaah.com, the national anthem of Yemen is listed below:

Yemen flag and coat of arms

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In Arabic it reads:
Raddidi Ayyatuha 'D-dunya Nashidi

Raddidihi Wa a'idi Wa aidi

Wa' Dhkuri Fi Farhati Kulla Shahidi

Wa 'Mnahihi Hullalan Min Daw'i IdiRaddidi Ayyatuha 'D-dunya Nashidi

Raddidi Ayyatuha' D-dunya NashidiYa Biladi, Nahnu Abna'u Wa Ahfadu Rijalik

Sawfa Nahmi Kulla Ma Bayna Yadayna Min Jalalik

Wa Sayabqa Khalida 'D-daw'i' Ala Kulli 'El-masalik

Kullu Sakhrin Fi Jibalik, Kullu Dharrati Rimalik

Kullu Anda'i Dilalik, Milkuna

Innaha Milku Amanina 'L-kabirah, Haqqana

Ja'a Min Amjadi Madiki' L-muthirah

Raddidi Ayyatuha 'D-dunya Nashidi

Raddidi Ayyatuha' D-dunya Nashidi

Wahdati, Wahdati, Ya Nashidan Ra'i'an Yamla'u Nafsi

Anti Ahdun 'Aliqun Fi Kulli Dhimmah

Rayati, Rayati, Ya Nasijan Hiktahu Min Kulli Shamsi

Ukhludi Khafiqatan Fi Kulli Qimmah

Ummati, Ummati, Imnahaini' L-bari Ba'si

Wa 'Dhkhurini Laki Ya Akrama Ummah

'Ishtu Imani Wa Hubbi Sarmadiyya

Wa Masiri Fawqa Darbi' Arabiyya

'Ishtu Imani Wa Hubbi Sarmadiyya

Wa Masiri Fawqa Darbi' Arabiyya

Wa Sayabqa Nabdu Qalbi Yamaniyya

Lan Tara 'D-dunya Ala Ardi Wasiyya.

Raddidi Ayyatuha 'D-dunya Nashidi

Raddidihi Wa a'idi Wa aidi

Wa' Dhkuri Fi Farhati Kulla Shahidi

Wa 'Mnahihi Hullalan Min Daw'i Idi

Raddidi Ayyatuha 'D-dunya Nashidi

Raddidi Ayyatuha' D-dunya Nashidi

In the English translation:
Repeat, O World, my song.

Echo it over and over again.

Remember through my joy, each martyr.

Clothe him with the shining mantles Of our festival.

Repeat, O World, my song.

In faith and love I am part of mankind.

An Arab I am in all my life.

My heart beats in tune with Yemen.

No foreigner shall dominate over Yemen.

 

Yemen: People we know

Human rights activist

Tawakkul Karman (born 1979)

In 2011 she received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011 together with the Liberians Leymah Gbowee and Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf - at the time of the award ceremony, the country’s president. She received the prize for her non-violent struggle for the safety of women and women for the right of women to participate fully in peace-making.

Visual artist

  • Mazher Hassan Ali Nitar is a visual artist from Yemen.

Politician

  • Ali Abdullah Salih (born 1942), he was President of the Yemeni Arab Republic (Northern Yemen) from July 17, 1978 - since 1990 he has been President of the United Yemen.
  • Abd al-Qadir Badschamal (born 1946), Prime Minister of the Republic of Yemen since 2001.

Writer and poet

  • Mohammed Mahmud al Zubayri (1009-1964), poet. He is considered the most important poet of Yemen of the 20th century.
  • Zaid Mutier Damaj (1943-2000), writer. His works have been translated into English and French.

Yemen: plants

Over the past hundred years, Yemen's flora and fauna have shrunk significantly due to overuse of the soil, deforestation and desertification. Larger mammals such as panthers and lions have not been found in this country for a long time, but Yemen offers a rich and partly endemic biodiversity, especially in the field of ornithology.

The island of Socotra, which is also often referred to as the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean, impresses with its unique medicinal herbs and birds.

Two thirds are desert or desert- like vegetation zones

Hill country

shrubs, herbs, succulents, cultivated tropical fruits, coffee and qat

Plateau

wild millet plants, eucalyptus species, cultivation of sorghum, vegetables, spices

valleys

date palm groves

coastal region

mangroves, citrus fruits

Yemen: animals

General

Over the past hundred years, Yemen's flora and fauna have shrunk significantly due to overuse of the soil, deforestation and desertification. Larger mammals such as panthers and lions have not been found in this country for a long time, but Yemen offers a rich and in some cases endemic biodiversity, especially in the field of ornithology.

Birds

Around 13 endemic bird species live here, including the black-faced stone grouse (high plateau), Yemen gold sparrow, Yemeni tiger, Menachagirlitz, Rotschildgirlitz, Yemen Hanfling on Socotra: Socotranctra bird, Socotrastar, Socotraammer.

In addition, the rare Arab bustard living on the coast as well as egrets, black-eyed gull, the giant Goliath heron and the lesser flamingo

Mammals

baboons

Farm animals

donkey, dromedary, sheep (thick-tailed sheep)

Underwater world

The underwater world offers the richest biodiversity in Yemen:

tuna, sharks, lobsters, squids, etc.

The red crab is unique to Socotra and is the only freshwater crab in the world.

 


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