Two years after protests in Yemen ended more than three decades of autocratic rule, hopes that the country would be governed by a new generation of young leaders are fading away.
Youths, who often led the revolution and died in the process, say the process has been hijacked by long-standing groups such as the Socialists, former opposition, Houthis and even the former ruling party.
On Monday, the country began a six-month national reconciliation dialogue that brings together more than 500 delegates representing all political factions to draft a new constitution.
But can Yemeni leaders put their disagreements aside and move the peace process forward?
Al Jazeera’s Hashem Ahelbarra reports from Sanaa.