Civil culture happens to be kept to manage the Sudanese government alone
An adjunct fellow with the Human Rights Initiative at the Center for Strategic and International Studies since the successful removal of former president Omar al-Bashir, Sudan’s struggle for civilian rule has the world holding its breath, writes Julie Snyder. The Sudanese Freedom and Change Movement still faces a long road ahead on their path to democracy after finally reaching a transition deal with the Transitional Military Council ( TMC. Strikingly – though perhaps unsurprisingly – it really is Sudanese women that are leading the fee, accounting for longer than 70 % of protesters. Continuer la lecture de Do women rights that are human contain the key up to a democratic Sudan?