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Hyenas and Lambs, Politics and Greed in Turbulent Sudan: The Political Parties and the Military Rule in Sudan Issam A.W. Mohamed

Hyenas and Lambs, Politics and Greed in Turbulent Sudan: The Political Parties and the Military Rule in Sudan

Issam A.W. Mohamed

Published November 2nd 2012
ISBN : 9781480235328
Paperback
200 pages
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Pure totalitarianism is controlling Sudan for the past 24 years. Poverty and destitute dominate within the majority of the people ranks and global seclusion strangles every activity. Corrupt cabal members occupy all government seats based on their loyalty and tribal backgrounds, and not on their honesty, efficiency or scientific qualifications. Exclusion, marginalization, kleptocracy, nepotism and kakistocracy are the destructive tools of the regime to control and eventually disintegrate Sudan. That comes with inefficiency, immoralities, plunder of the countrys public revenues and most of the times stupidities. The people, afraid are silently nagging of hyper inflation and inability to buy necessities. Gradual doubts of nations disintergration are confirmed with expected spontaneous civil wars all over the country. That is the general situation in Sudan under the National Conress Partys rule (NCP) in 2012. Still Sudan has not yet witnessed a massive protest similar to those that toppled the dictatorial governments of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen even though the economic and political conditions there were relatively better those in Sudan. The Arab Spring was sparked by the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi as an act of protest against poverty, police corruption and ill treatment on December 17, 2010. The protests spread around the North African and Middle Eastern countries with a speed and energy that few people could have imagined at its early stage. The long existence of Authoritarian States, Government Corruption, Human Rights Violation, Economic Difficulties and unemployment gave impetus to the Arab Spring. Prior to the protests, previous waves of democratization failed in the Middle East and North Africa regions, which were still controlled by unwanted, and in some cases puppet regimes. Millions of protestors furiously rioted against their governments seeking true democracies with respect for Human Rights. The immediate goal was regime change, Now.