Sudan: Revolutionary struggle can end military rule
President Amdala Hamdok, the face of the civilian component of a military-run government in Sudan, who has falsely promised to guide the country's “transition to democracy”, resigned on 2 January. He claims the ongoing political stalemate between the civilian and military components of the government since the military coup of October 25, 2021, led to his decision.
Sudan: Counter-revolution raises its ugly head
Heroic people’s resistance against bloody clampdown by regime’s militias By Serge Jordan, CWI On Monday June 3 before…
Sudan: Mohamed Satti released – global solidarity campaign gets results!
The campaign to release Mohammed Satti (Hamudi) by the CWI has been successful. Below we publish a statement from…
Sudan: Free Mohamed Satti and all political prisoners!
CWI supporter Mohamed Diaeldin Mohamed Satti, 21, known as “Hamudi”, is among the protesters who have been arrested by the Sudanese State last week, as part of the brutal response of Al Bashir's regime to the ensuing wave of protests against skyrocketing prices and austerity. Hamudi's arrest took place last Wednesday afternoon, as he participated in a peaceful march in central Khartoum.