Women Fight for Representation in Sudan's New Government

Women were an integral part of protests that led to the ouster of longtime president Omar al-Bashir, as well as in demonstrations after his fall. However, many women leaders now say they feel they have been locked out of political agreements and do not expect to be voted to any positions in the Regional Council.

Nahid Bustami shares her protests sign with another woman


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