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Sudan: After the Revolution the Really Hard Part Has Began

In 2019 Sudan’s long-serving dictator Omar el Bashir was overthrown in a coup driven in part by widespread unrest with his autocratic rule, corruption, economic crisis and social dysfunction. Aly Verjee a political analyst and researcher with expertise in governance, election/political transition processes and who lived in Khartoum for seven years until 2011 analyses the Sudanese transition. Aly is also a visiting expert at the U.S Institute of Peace and a fellow of the Rift Valley Institute.