Back in 2019 people said Sudan will end up like Syria.If I’m right this also happened in the end of 2019 a civil war was about to breakout. I remember my friend at uni constantly calling his people back home but things became normal after some weeks.
I think this one will be much worse imo
sudan went from a military government to a military government with goat herder hemetti. i doubt any person could.predict his rise. he is truly an enigma. his badow traits are somali-like.Back in 2019 people said Sudan will end up like Syria.
It's hard to predict what will happen but I doubt it'll be worse than 2019. The current military leader Burhan feels threatened so he's taking desperate measures to control the country. Hence the internet shutdown and house arrest for both civilian gov members and opposition leaders.
It was actually the military that rushed to normalize ties with Israel.Is Hamdok not an American puppet who styles himself as a moderate Muslim reversing Bashir "Islamist policies". The same one who signed normalization with Israel.
Hemeti had more power 2 years ago than now. He lost his gold mine to the government and is struggling to pay his child soldiers from Chad.sudan went from a military government to a military government with goat herder hemetti. i doubt any person could.predict his rise. he is truly an enigma. his badow traits are somali-like.
Most revolutionaries aren’t from Khartoum or other riverine cities like Atbara. However, the military elite are mostly based in Khartoum. They’re also the reason why the country is undeveloped in the first place. In many ways Sudan was wealthier and more developed in the 1970s due to how badly the military battered the economy.Under Marxist theory you can't really have a functional liberal democracy without enough development in your nation to cultivate a bourgeois class, as liberal democracy is a class dictatorship of the bourgeois class.
Due to unequal development, there IS a bourgeois class in Khartoum and a much smaller bourgeois in a few other riverine cities, and these are the force behind the revolution in 2019 and those opposing the coup now. Their opponents are of course the aristocratic class of landowners and hereditary leaders who want to maintain military rule, which is the dominant social structure and a class dictatorship of the aristocracy.
The revolutionaries are not going to win however, as most of the country remains undeveloped and therefore an aristocratic stronghold against Khartoum, which simply does not have the numbers or the heft.