Sudan’s Crackdown Could Be End of Regime

Sudan’s Crackdown Could Be End of Regime

Source: The Washington Post published on 3 March 2019
The Washington Post published on 3 March 2019 an article titled “Omar al-Bashir Has Ruled Sudan for 30 Years. His Latest Crackdown Could Be His Last” by Muhammed Osman and Max Bearak.

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir recently reshuffled his government, replaced almost all of Sudan’s 18 state governors with army officers, and declared a state of emergency in response to ongoing street protests. According to the article, many believe this may be a last, desperate and unsuccessful effort to save his failing regime.