Sudan’s Burhan Will Need Hemeti, Rebel Forces and Gulf Cash to Stay in Power
November 03, 2021
Middle East Eye
Summary: Exactly how far Burhan will have to bend to achieve such a scenario will depend on how enduring are protests inside Sudan and how tough a front is maintained by the United States, the EU, the UN and other bodies, such as the African Union, in demanding a full restoration of civilian government under Hamdok.
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