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This article was originally published on Justiceinfo.net

A year after the overthrow of Omar Al-Bashir, demands for justice remain strong in Sudan. But government initiatives and activists’ hopes are coming up against political realities of the military and civilian coalition leading the transition. The fate of former dictator Bashir, indicted by the International Criminal Court, should be understood in this context.

In September 2019, a Sudanese protestor holds up a placard calling for "Butcher Bash...

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