Yemen’s Al-Islah party faces tough decisions as influence declines


Issue 1157 - 17 Oct 2022 | 2 minute read

Yemen’s Sunni Islamist party Al-Islah is facing mounting challenges, as southerners demand full implementation of the 2019 Riyadh Agreement – under which the Southern Transitional Council (STC) was recognised as the legitimate representative of the southern people – and Houthis escalate their campaign across Marib and Taiz.

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