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Sudan, One Year After. Interview with Roland Marchal

Abstract : In December 2018, the Sudanese population began a protest whose initial ambition of better living conditions gave way, as the uprising escalated, to the dismissal of President Omar al-Bashir. In April 2019, thirty years after the 1989 coup, al-Bashir was dismissed by the army. But who were the Sudanese demonstrators? What were they asking for and were they representative of a population that had remained under the rule of a military regime for 30 years? What are the regional stakes of a Sudanese democratic transition? Interview by Corinne Deloy and Miriam Périer, CERI.
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Roland Marchal. Sudan, One Year After. Interview with Roland Marchal. 2020. ⟨hal-02951348⟩



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