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Hadhramout Inclusive Conference(HIC)

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Hadhramout Inclusive Conference
مؤتمر حضرموت الجامع
IdeologyRegional autonomy
LeadersDr. Abulkader Ba Yazi
Area of operationsYemen

Hadhramout Inclusive Conference(HIC) (Arabic: مؤتمر حضرموت الجامع mutamar hadramaut aljami). Long-standing aspirations for greater regional autonomy and increased authority over economic resources fueled the establishment of the Hadhramout Inclusive Conference (HIC) in April 2017. The HIC brought together 160 participants who collectively agreed on the selection of 52 members for the HIC executive decision-making authority. The HIC includes several senior southern leaders such as al-Beidh and Baoum. Participants also agreed on a series of outcomes that prioritized the need to secure increased local decision-making authority, control over the management of the governorate’s oil resources and the al-Wadea border crossing on the Yemeni-Saudi border.[1][2]

At its April 2017 convention, the HIC reached a consensus over three potential frameworks from which to pursue the objective of obtaining greater regional autonomy:

  1. As part of the six-region federal model Hadi proposed.
  2. As a federal region in an independent southern state.
  3. As a fully independent entity.

Although members of the HIC admit the last option is the least realistic of the three, its inclusion alongside the other two options served to highlight the readiness of leaders in Hadhramout governorate to adapt to changing contexts in pursuit of the underlying goal of increased autonomy.[3]

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  1. "UN-Sponsored Yemeni 'Consultative' Talks Held in Tunisia". Asharq AL-awsat. Retrieved 2019-03-02.
  2. al-Awlaqi, Wadhah (July 2018). "LOCAL GOVERNANCE IN YEMEN AMID CONFLICT AND INSTABILITY" (PDF). Rethinking Yemens Economy. 2: 40.
  3. Center, Sana'a (2018-07-29). "Challenges for Yemen's Local Governance amid Conflict". Sana'a Center For Strategic Studies. Retrieved 2019-03-02.