Thieves fall out in Khartoum

The outbreka of fighting has shattered illusions in the military-led 'democratic transition'

Andy Yorke  ·  25 April 2023

Sudanese revolution: what road to freedom?

By Dave Stockton Once more across the length and breadth of Sudan we are witnessing a massive revolutionary upsurge against the military junta of General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and his deputy Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo (Hemeti), which seized power in the coup of 25 October. Since 2 January the military has lost its fig leaf prime […]

Dave Stockton  ·  09 February 2022

Stop the coup in Sudan!

Statement by the International Secretariat - L5I

Workers Power  ·  27 October 2021

Sudan: Counter-revolution strikes back, supported by the Egyptian and Saudi dictatorships

An indefinite general strike and international solidarity can beat the dictatorship

Workers Power  ·  04 June 2019

A Mass People’s Revolution in Sudan

Sudan is in the midst of a truly amazing people’s revolution, in which women are playing a major role, alongside youth, trade unionists, and oppressed national minorities. Among the slogans were “Freedom, Peace and Justice” and “Just Fall”.

Workers Power  ·  04 May 2019

South Sudan votes on independence

Sudan’s Southern region is set to hold a referendum on 9 January, widely expected to result in a majority for independence from the predominantly Arab and Muslim North. The vote comes after a bitter war lasting for decades, in which the North attempted to hold on to the South. It comes down to control of […]

Workers Power  ·  01 January 2011

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