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Sudan coup: years of instability have made the army key power brokers

By Justin Willis, Professor of History, Durham University
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Omar al-Bashir’s regime in Sudan was toppled in 2019, a demise hailed with cries of “just fall!” from protesters massing in the streets of the capital Khartoum. But the transition rested on a power-sharing deal between the protesters and Sudan’s powerful military, whose leaders had withdrawn their support for Bashir at a crucial moment.

Twice before in Sudan – in 1964 and 1985

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