Sudan’s demonstrations: Is reaching an agreement out of reach?

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  • Magdy Abdel Hadi
  • North Africa Analyst

Demonstrators in Sudan

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Protesters in Khartoum demand the army to take control of the country again

If there is what can be said that it is “excessive democracy”, we would use it to understand the events of the political drama taking place on the Sudanese stage since the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir 2019.

With many groups eager to secure a role in Sudan’s future, reaching consensus has once again become very difficult.

After the army ousted al-Bashir as the culmination of weeks of mass demonstrations, the Forces for Freedom and Change coalition articulated one goal for the protesters in two words: “Bless it down.”

These two words are the Sudanese version of a slogan often repeated by revolutionaries during the Arab Spring: “The people want the fall of the regime.”





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