Sudanese Fed up With Tricky Transitional Government?

In the last few days, tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of major cities to demand "freedom, peace and justice", the rallying cry for the protesters who ousted Omar Al-Bashir in 2019. The big difference is that this time they are marching against the civilian-military Sovereign Council, demanding a greater role for civilians in the country's transition towards democracy and faster reform.

An iconic image of the Sudan protests that saw the fall of long time president Omar al-Bashir (File photo).

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