All external elements including HGDF & HGDF agents

Written by: Ali Abubaker

All external elements including HGDF & HGDF agents hands off from the Sudanese internal problems? Sudan is an island of relative tranquility in otherwise turbulent sea!!

In many ways, it is too early to tell. If the minimum condition of revolutionary outcomes within the period in which the uprising takes control of the principal means of change occurring, peaceful means, or violence, and means of information is not reached its peak maturity yet. But the fact tells the tale, the military did not turn its full force against the protesters was crucial to the demonstrators initially to sustain.

It is not surprising to us the region as a whole is stuck btw fragile, on pacts, illiberal, and dictators. Warlords. Sudan is not exception.

Above all the Eritrean dictator is free at large betraying the sacrifice of our martyrs by and large the whole of Eritrea as a viable nation. Hence we need to focus on our own miseries if at all? All material and intellectual resources and energy ought to be directed towards eradicating the terminal cancer of Eritrea and Eritrea only.

A Sudanese indigenous angry popular demonstration calling for total departure of Al Basher initiated by brave agency of young students revolting against harsh economic downturns, it is their business they are capable of handling their own problems, in spite of our sympathy and solidarity the priority is their concern ?

My surprise the Sudanese official opposition parties, as well as the most powerful’ unofficial opposition movement were initially absent, we cannot claim to be king above the king.
Hence as external observers, it is worth exploring the basic causes of the uprising, obviously there is considerable major economic challenges the government is facing and need to address.

Albeit Al-Basher government has been a victim of unjust political smearing and economic sanctions to date by international power House’s and international monetary institutions that aggravated the Sudanese economic situation and currency remains depressed and deprecated. Hence the anger driven movement lacks a sense of know how of how politics and economic be re-ordered in the absence of the above mentioned major political parties.

Therefore, we do rather mind our own persistent chronic domestic affairs. Network of acquaintances which we like to share the same pain and sympathy. But they are poor at fostering strong political ties, deep connection of solidarity and commitment which can undergird collective protest in the midst of such struggle is not easily forged without negative repercussions.

Therefore Eritrean residents as well as refugees in Sudane they will be the most to lose in supporting an uprising that may have been doomed to fail, besides our irresponsible untimely
emotional verbiage might reflect against those innocent law abiding residents in Sudan.
We need to be very careful and responsible and watchful of our act.

surprising the region as a whole is stuck btw fragile pacts, illiberal renewal.
A wholly indigenous popular uprise initiated by brave agency by young students driven by anger revolting against economic hardship. my surprise is not led by the mainstream political opposition. Hence as external observers, it is worth exploring the basic causes of the uprising, there is considerable major economic challenges the government need to address. Nonetheless Al-Basher government is a victim of unjust economic sanctions, and embargo of the UN, IMF, the world bank, US, EU, still not lifted, taking a severe negative impact on its political and socioeconomic overall situation. However the anger driven uprising lacks a sense of how politics and economic be re-ordered.

But spontaneous anger driven uprising that lack a sense of how politics and economic be re-ordered.

Albashir government is a victim of unjust economic sanctions, the IMF, the world bank, took severe negative impact on Sudanese political and socioeconomic overall situation.

although it is not surprising the region as a whole is stuck btw fragile pacts, illiberal renewal,

For all sides in the debate it will be the economic recovery that forms the major challenge for Omar AlBaShir.

Let’s keep the fires hot and keep up the momentum!

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