July 23, 2019

Sudan’s new ruler is no democrat – and he has Darfur to answer for

After 30 years, President Omar al Bashir is no longer the ruler of Sudan. Following months of protests, the Sudanese military has taken charge of the country. This marks the fifth military coup in Sudan’s post-independence history. And while Bashir’s downfall is an extraordinary development, there is a long way to go before the protesters’ goal of a transition to democracy is achieved. Continue reading here.

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