By Joseph Siegle with Voice of America
October 27, 2022
Sudan’s population remains adamant in their call for a democratic transition in line with the 2019 revolution that toppled Omar al-Bashir after 30 years in power. Civilian protesters have demonstrated impressive resiliency in maintaining demonstrations despite repressive tactics by the military government. Demand for political change goes hand-in-hand with persistent economic mismanagement by the military government resulting in hyperinflation, difficulty accessing basic supplies, and record levels of debt.
From Voice of America.