Africa North Africa Sudan World 

Sudan’s political transition in crisis amid pro-military protests

– – Sudan’s political transition is facing a major crisis amid pro-military protests by some citizens demanding the dissolution of the civilian government. The pro-military Sudanese protesters held another rally on Sunday, which is a second day of protest. They gathered outside the presidential palace in central Khartoum demanding the dissolution of the interim government, claiming it has failed politically and economically. These protests are coming at a time that cracks have emerged among the transitional government ruling the country. The civilian transitional government was installed following a coup sparked…

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Africa Mali West Africa World 

Ecowas left dazed by Mali’s political crisis as it looks for resolution

– – Leaders of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) have been left confused following Mali’s current political crisis. The country’s coup leaders on Tuesday announced that they had seized power once more, after relieving interim President Bah Ndaw and Prime Minister Moctar Ouane of their duties. On Monday the sacked president and prime minister for the transitional government were detained by soldiers. The soldiers reportedly were unhappy with a recently announced transitional government. In a statement read on public television on Tuesday, Col Assimi Goïta said President…

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Finally Receiving the Proper Diligence from its Peers

When one generally hears about the situation regarding Zimbabwe there are several thoughts that come to mind most immediately. There have been problems with an Independent Media surviving under severe Government Regulation, Members of the Judiciary who dare show any form of Independent Thought are forced to retire, Minority Farm Owners have had their farms seized under a controversial yet ineffective reform program and the LGBT Community itself has been referred to as “worse than dogs”.

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