In Sudan, protesters have been calling for a complete change of the political system
What they’ve got is an end to the thirty year rule of Omar Al Bashir – through a military coup.
But the alternative is unlikely to satisfy many.
The defence minister says Omar Al Bashir was removed and arrested, and the army will now be in charge for the next two years.
The constitution has been suspended. Parliament, the central government and regional governments have all been dissolved. And a state of emergency has been declared.
Does that satisfy the protesters?
Presenter: Hallah Mohieddine
Hafiz Mohamed, Director of Justice Africa.
David Shinn, Former U.S. amabassador to Ethiopia and former deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. embassy in Sudan.
Hajooj Kuka, Member of GIRIFNA, a non-violent resistance movement in Sudan.
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