Last week, the interim government in Sudan had to prevent a huge coup. This has led to rising questions on the state and endurance of the promised democracy in the country.
Two years have passed since the revolution, and people are unhappy with the result of the promised democracy. They find that the transitional government, which is made up of civilian and military offices, is failing, and they immediately demand a political change.
Suffering from rising prices due to inflation, people can hardly afford basic living needs. As a result, tensions rise, and people keep protesting on the streets. One young woman, in particular, Alaa Salah, stood out and went viral for standing on cars and screaming and singing for justice.
The future of Sudan and the fulfilment of its dream of democracy are still unclear. But who is behind the coup, and how will it develop?
Click Here to watch the video and get answers from Sudanese analyst Kholood Kair.