Civil War in South Yemen 1986

[ 1986 ]

Ultimately, Isma'il was found to be too dogmatic and rigid--in his analyses, policies, and methods of implementation--and was deposed in 1980. His successor, 'Ali Nasir Muhammad, instituted a far less dogmatic political and economic order. In January 1986, the various personal and ideological differences surfaced briefly in a violent civil war that left Isma'il and many of his supporters dead, resulted in the exile of 'Ali Nasir Muhammad, and brought to power a group of moderate technocrats led by Haydar Abu Bakr al-'Attas. It was this element of the YSP that undertook the negotiations that brought about the unity of the two Yemens.

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Belligerents Initiation Date Termination Date
Abdul Fattah Ismail and Ali Nasir Muhammad 1986 / 1 / 13 1986 / 1 / 24 View

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