The Stream explores the flexibility-sharing agreement between Sudan’s Transitional Armed forces Council and professional-democracy opposition.

On Monday, July 8 at 19:30GMT:

A path to democracy can also now exist in Sudan after a energy-sharing agreement used to be reached on Friday between the ruling Transitional Armed forces Council and opposition leaders. The deal used to be welcomed as growth by every aspect.

Some professional-democracy activists, though, live sceptical of the defense power’s intentions, drawing comparisons to the 2011 Egyptian revolution in which Mohamed Morsi – that country’s first democratically-elected president – used to be overthrown in a coup.

Some Sudanese activists evaluation the discontinue result of the Egyptian rebellion as a cautionary tale, and many protesters in the streets of Khartoum chanted “Victory or Egypt” after the elimination of longtime President Omar al-Bashir.

On this episode, The Stream talks to Sudanese and Egyptian activists to damage down the similarities, and variations, between their respective revolutions.

Read more:
‘Our revolution gained’: Sudan’s opposition lauds take care of defense power – Al Jazeera

Sudan: No to a unhealthy compromise! Manufacture the revolution! – In Defence of Marxism

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