Discussion in 'Higher Learning' started by Skooby, Oct 25, 2021.
inb4 constitution is dissolved and the new ruling party promises democratic elections
smh. the world is a crazy place, man...how we ain't figure out how to fix it yet?
@Big Boss it’s over
Sudan civilian rule had a spark when it started
They're going to have to use extreme violence to get the general public in line, this may be the most unpopular coup in their history. Im sure the Gulf gave them assurances that they will get budgetary support, but highly likely there will be prolonged instability. Sad, Sudan has a lot of potential, but their military will not let go of their perch.
I think the situation with the Beja in the East is what triggered this ultimately. What’s sad is that Sudan didn’t even get to have the experiment with democracy that Egypt had at least.
Sudan can never catch a break
General gave a speech saying PM is chilling at his house and all is well
Blinken speaks with Sudan prime minister after his release
Behind power grabs in Sudan and Tunisia, the shadow of Gulf monarchies
This has been a bumper year for coups. By one tabulation, there have been more successful regime power grabs in 2021 than in the previous five years combined. Myanmar’s junta led the way with its brazen derailing of the country’s fledgling democracy in February and continued detention of its senior civilian leadership. In West Africa, army men in Mali, Guinea and Chad all carried out their own putsches and toppled sitting governments.
Is the united States behind the conflict in Ethiopia, Sudan , Somalia is a mess , the man is in Djibouti , is Egypt next for the ultimate goal of controlling the the inlets to the Red sea .
I think the man wants control of that waterway
The crux of regional issues is global geopolitical interests.
Looks like coup is failing and PM will be restored
At the expense of africans
Sudan’s Military Frees Prime Minister Held for Weeks After Coup