Both revolutions had someone with power, France had the king Louis XVI and Yemen had the president Ali Abdullah Saleh. Both started because France's peasants were poor, paid high taxes and Yemen is also the poorest country in the Arab region and has a high unemployment rate. Many civilians have died in the French revolution for protesting and also in Yemen. Also France was fighting each other because peasants were poor, Yemen civilians were also fighting the government because of unemployment rates, food, and corruption.
Yemen hasn't reached the convalescence stage but French revolution did. The French revolution had 5 different kings until the war ended and Yemen only has one president. France had three estates, first and second were the wealthiest and had power, but the third estate was poor which started the revolution, Yemen doesn't have different estates and the war started because of corruption. King Louis XVI was an absolute monarch and Ali Abdullah Saleh is a democratic leader.