Towards a Sustainable Political Transformation in Sudan: Elements of a Road map

The continuous failure to create a national consensus on a nation-building project has entailed calamitous situations throughout the country since Sudan’s independence in 1956. A new social, economic, political and cultural dispensation is required to stop the downward descent of the country into chaos and fragmentation; especially after the cessation of South Sudan in 2011 and because of the ongoing genocide and war crimes in Darfur, the Nuba Mountains, and the Blue Nile. In addition, the economic collapse, deteriorating living conditions, violations of human rights, lack of freedoms and rule of law, injustice, non-inclusive development and governance and massive corruption have made it clear to the Sudanese people that a paradigm shift from the old policies is necessary and a blueprint to take the country in a new direction is needed.

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