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Updated On: Sunday, 15 September 2019

?? Is a smooth transition possible in Sudan? | Inside Story

2019-05-14 | ?? Is a smooth transition possible in Sudan? | Inside Story

Sudan's military rulers said they would not allow the country to descend into 'chaos'.
But just hours after announcing a transition deal with an opposition alliance, security forces were accused of firing on protesters on Monday night. Several people and a soldier were killed.
The military denies the allegations and blames what it calls 'infiltrators'.
Thousands of people have been holding a sit-in outside the army headquarters for weeks.
They want the army generals who toppled President Omar al Bashir to transfer power to a civilian government.
But how much power can the army give up?

Presenter: Imran Khan

Waleed Madibo, founder and president of Sudan Policy Forum.
Khalid Elsheikh, social activist and business owner in Sudan.
Awol Allo, senior lecturer at Keele University and an expert in international law.

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