The demonstrations that have shaken Sudan since last month are resuming with the same magnitude at the beginning of this year. In the streets of Khartoum, we call for a regime change to overcome the economic crisis. Twenty political parties are calling Friday for the departure of President Omar al-Bashir, who is entering his thirtieth year of power.
The demonstrations erupted in Sudan on December 19, after a rise in the price of bread. At least 19 people were killed, 37 according to Amnesty International. Sudan remains isolated from foreign investment despite the lifting of the international embargo by the United States in October 2017.