Sudan's Generals Have Disparate Interests, but So Do Its Civilians – All of Which Makes Achieving Democracy an Uphill Battle (AUDIO INTERVIEW)  The Media Line

The generals on Sudan's Transitional Military Council have their own, often diverging, interests, something that could stand in the way of moving toward ...

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The generals on Sudan's Transitional Military Council have their own, often diverging, interests, something that could stand in the way of moving toward democracy after a three-year transitionary period. But so do Sudan’s civilians. They might have spoken in a unified voice to obtain a say during this period, but their views, too, are far from monolithic.The generals on Sudan's Transitional Military Council have their own, often diverging, interests, something that could stand in the way of moving toward democracy after a three-year transitionary period. But so do Sudan’s civilians. They might have spoken in a unified voice to obtain a say during this period, but their views, too, are far from monolithic.

Sudan's Generals Have Disparate Interests, but So Do Its Civilians – All of Which Makes Achieving Democracy an Uphill Battle (AUDIO INTERVIEW) - The Media Line

For decades, the thousands of women who sell tea from street stalls faced police harassment and discrimination against migrants and the poor. Now, their support for the pro-democracy cause has made them targets for violence by Sudan’s military rulersFor decades, the thousands of women who sell tea from street stalls faced police harassment and discrimination against migrants and the poor. Now, their support for the pro-democracy cause has made them targets for violence by Sudan’s military rulers

Khartoum’s vulnerable tea sellers face deadlier risks in Sudan’s time of turmoil - The Globe and Mail

In the wake of its president being overthrown, the African nation needs to build a strong and independent movement that reflects the diverse priorities, realities, and visions of Sudanese women

After the Sudanese uprisings, women’s rights hang in the balance | The Independent

“Yesterday, the Senate passed a resolution that encourages the transfer of power to a civilian-led authority in #Sudan and calls for accountability for the perpetrators of the June 3 massacre in #Khartoum. Any peace deal must ensure citizen participation and the end of violence.”

Sen. Cory Booker on Twitter: "Yesterday, the Senate passed a resolution that encourages the transfer of power to a civilian-led authority in #Sudan and calls for accountability for the perpetrators of the June 3 massacre in #Khartoum. Any peace deal must ensure citizen participation and the end of violence."

“ICYMI from this weekend: People In Sudan Don’t Know You Changed Your Profile Picture To Blue. Her Graffiti Is Spreading The Word. https://t.co/gW6O6XazOG via @tamerra_nikol reporting from Khartoum”

Hayes Brown on Twitter: "ICYMI from this weekend: People In Sudan Don’t Know You Changed Your Profile Picture To Blue. Her Graffiti Is Spreading The Word. https://t.co/gW6O6XazOG via @tamerra_nikol reporting from Khartoum"

“a secret meeting at the Khartoum mansion of a Sudanese tycoon, a gathering aimed at breaking the ice between two sides whose differences were written in blood. https://t.co/gjPQpiJGzE via ⁦@nytimes⁩”

Michael Slackman on Twitter: "a secret meeting at the Khartoum mansion of a Sudanese tycoon, a gathering aimed at breaking the ice between two sides whose differences were written in blood. https://t.co/gjPQpiJGzE via ⁦@nytimes⁩"

“Another great story from Khartoum by ⁦@ZeinabMSalih⁩: The secret Sudan safe house where injured protesters are treated | Sudan | The Guardian https://t.co/VL0D73GRpP”

Lindsey Hilsum on Twitter: "Another great story from Khartoum by ⁦@ZeinabMSalih⁩: The secret Sudan safe house where injured protesters are treated | Sudan | The Guardian https://t.co/VL0D73GRpP"

Sudan’s top general has said the military council that assumed power after the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir in April will be dissolved with the implementation of a power-sharing deal. Sudan’s top general has said the military council that assumed power after the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir in April will be dissolved with the implementation of a power-sharing deal.

Sudan’s military council ‘to be dissolved’ in transition deal reached with protesters — RT Newsline

After months of political uncertainty, Sudan has taken its first step towards a democratic transition, but getting the ruling generals to deliver on a power-sharing accord with protesters remains a challenge.After months of political uncertainty, Sudan has taken its first step towards a democratic transition, but getting the ruling generals to deliver on a power-sharing accord with protesters remains a challenge.

Sudan deal first step to transition but challenges lie ahead

Several hurdles could upset the path to elections more than three years awaySeveral hurdles could upset the path to elections more than three years away

Sudan's political transition remains at risk despite power-sharing deal - The National

Sudanese leaders should facilitate the establishment and cooperate with the work of an effective international investigation into the killings of and abuses against protesters since December 2018, Human Rights Watch said today.Sudanese leaders should facilitate the establishment and cooperate with the work of an effective international investigation into the killings of and abuses against protesters since December 2018,

Sudan: Put Justice Up Front | Human Rights Watch

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Sudan's top general says the military council that assumed power after the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir in April will be dissolved with the implementation of a power-sharing deal reached with protesters last week. The military and a pro-democracy coalition agreed last week on a joint sovereignSudan's top general says the military council that assumed power after the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir in April will be dissolved with the implementation of a power-sharing deal reached with protesters last week. The military and a pro-democracy coalition agreed last week on a joint sovereign

Sudan's military council to be dissolved in transition deal

Get breaking national and world news, broadcast video coverage, and exclusive interviews. Find the top news online at ABC news.The two sides agreed on a jointly run council that will rule for 3 years.

Sudanese say US pressure was key to reaching transition deal - ABC News

The two sides agreed to establish a sovereign council to be led for the first 21 months by the military and for the last 18 months by civilians.The two sides agreed to establish a sovereign council to be led for the first 21 months by the military and for the last 18 months by civilians.

Sudan's military leader welcomes power-sharing deal | Africanews

Russia has emerged as Saudi Arabia’s and the UAE’s silent partner in assisting the Sudanese military’s efforts to weaken, if not defeat, a months-long popular revolt that has already toppled president Omar Bashir.Russia has emerged as Saudi Arabia’s and the UAE’s silent partner in assisting the Sudanese military’s efforts to weaken, if not defeat, a months-long popular revolt that has already toppled president Omar Bashir.

Russia Joins Gulf States in Coaching Sudan’s Military