الثلاثاء، 7 نوفمبر 2017

تعبير عن اليمن بالانجليزي قصير

تعبير تقرير برجراف فقرة برزنتيشن بحث موضوع ملخص جاهز باللغة الانجليزي  كتابة انشاء عبارات حكم اقوال تعبير بالانجليزي عن. تقرير جاهز سهل بسيط قطعة معلومات بسيطة مبسط نبذة عن الاقتصاد السكان تعبير عن بلادي اسم كلمة معنى كيف تكتب
information about  معلومات عن جمهورية دولة حول  تكاليف المعيشه السياحة في
 للطلاب عرض ملخص مختصر حول الحياة والعادات والتقاليد فى  لمحة تعريفية عن اليمن تقــــرير شامل  كلام  عن الحرب  تعبير عن حب الوطن اليمن بالانجليزي

paragraph about yemen country
short paragraph about yemen
paragraph about my country yemen

yemen war  yemeni

INTRODUCTION

In 1991, the meeting of the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen (South Yemen) and the Arab Republic of Yemen (North Yemen) gave birth to the current Republic of Yemen. Yemen is led in an authoritarian manner by President Abd Al-Rab Mansour Al-Hadi and Prime Minister Muhammad Basindawa ...
Located at the southwestern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen has maritime facades on the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea. Saudi Arabia to the north and Oman to the east are bordering on Yemen.
It has a surface area of ​​527,970 square kilometers and a population of 24.5 million, of which a little over 2 million live in its capital Sanaa, located in the west of the country. The Yemeni population is growing by 2.3% per year and has a life expectancy of 65 years. Almost 40% of Yemenis are under 15 years old.
Yemen is one of the poorest countries in the world. Its HDI of 0.44 ranks it 149th among the member countries of the UN.
The Yemeni population includes several ethnic Arabs and non-Arabs among them, the 4 largest are:
- Central Yemeni Arabs (36%)
- Yemeni Arabs of Tihama (21%)
- Yemeni Arabs of the North (20%)
- South Yemeni Arabs (17%)
The official language of Yemen is Arabic, however, there are different kinds of Arabic spoken within the ethnic group (Sanaani Arabic spoken by both the Yemenis of the North and the Yemenis of the Tihama, but also the Arabic taizzi-adeni and the hadrami Arabic).
The currency is the Yemeni Rial (YER) (1 euro = 293 YER)
Yemen is the poorest country in the Arabian Peninsula. In 2011 he faced a major crisis with violent clashes between rival forces leading in late 2011 to the resignation of President Ali Saleh, the country's president for 30 years. The Yemeni revolution is a large-scale protest movement that began in early 2011 and is ongoing. Demonstrators demand democracy, the end of corruption, better living conditions and the departure of President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Yemen is one of the most corrupt countries in the world (corruption index 2.1).
Even though the tensions following the Yemeni crisis are blurred, Yemen remains today, in danger of civil war: this risk of war is due to the fact that the Saleh clan retains control of many military forces and that his party of the ousted president, the People's General Congress, continues to oppose the Joint Meeting of the Former Opposition Parties.
To respond to this political instability, a national unity government has been formed. He is responsible for drafting a new constitution that meets the expectations of the people, in the respective new presidential and legislative elections to be held in 2014.

Very difficult socio-economic conditions
Yemen's economy is highly dependent on its oil, which accounts for 90% of its exports and 60% of its revenue. To respond to the 2011 crisis and thus reduce tensions, economic stimulus measures have been put in place, such as wage increases, job creation and the reinstatement of fuel subsidies. The current government wants to focus on social stability and austerity.
A climate of insecurity and political instability that remains
In the south, in the former People's Democratic Republic, we see again a growing desire of the population of the South to separate from the state.
In the north, despite a ceasefire with rebellion by Zaydi Shiite tribes, fighting is likely to resume. To all this is added the intrusion of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, even if all the other political institutions seem to oppose this movement.
The geostrategic position of the country reinforces this political and security instability:
- The international fight against terrorism generates many strikes from the United States on Yemeni territory.
- Al-Qaeda's fight against Western terrorism revives the divide between the two major Shia and Sunni families and translates into the fact that Yemen is a country at very high risk: religious risk, attacks, piracy, kidnapping ...
The country is suffering mainly from desertification and lack of water, which hampers the development of its agriculture. Yemen is also regularly affected by sandstorms.
There are no major health and epidemic risks in Yemen. However, possible cases of Malaria, Coronavirus, HIV, and Cholera are monitored. In hospitals, there is really no reliable infrastructure to deal with emergencies and large surgeries and all medical evacuations by air are exclusively from the capital Sanaa.

CONCLUSION

Yemen suffers from many economic and political handicaps that darken its future.
Nevertheless, it should be noted that since March 2013, all representatives of the political and civil class, men and women, religious and laity, socialists and Islamists, old tribal leaders and young revolutionaries gathered in the capital to try to found a new Yemen called by the wishes of the Revolution of 2011.
To do this, this meeting must:
- Work to reduce separatist sentiment in the South
- Put an end to armed rebellion in the north
- Establish transitional justice
- Reform the military and security apparatus
- Write a new constitution
This program may seem impossible in a country that is over-armed, among the poorest countries in the world, and that sometimes sounds like Somali. It appears that Yemen will not be able to solve its various problems without continued massive support from donor countries and international agencies.

ليست هناك تعليقات:

إرسال تعليق