All that jubilant talk about the historic national dialogue seemed so genuine that for a moment it made me believe too that the Sudanese regime came to its senses and is now willing to change, that a Myanmar-style "miracle" could actually happen here in Sudan too. But I didn't get the chance to get carried away by he thought - the Sudanese regime was faster in backtracking and returning to the only methods of governance it is familiar with and capable of: oppression and intimidation.
The security apparatus is back in action: censoring and shutting down newspapers, arresting youth activists (Mohammed Salah Abdelrahman) and veteran politicians (Sadiq Al-Mahdi) alike, and on top of all this the well-organised, well-trained, professional, carefully selected members of the Rapid Support Forces (aka Janjaweed) are deployed all around Khartoum, for just in case...
If this is his idea about having a dialogue, may God save you guys from witnessing his quarreling!
الرسائل والمقالات و الآراء المنشورة في المنتدى بأسماء أصحابها أو بأسماء مستعارة لا تمثل بالضرورة الرأي الرسمي لصاحب الموقع أو سودانيز اون لاين بل تمثل وجهة نظر كاتبها
لا يمكنك نقل أو اقتباس اى مواد أعلامية من هذا الموقع الا بعد الحصول على اذن من الادارة