The comments on Sudan are on some political, humanitarian and economical issues in the Sudan. In fact the readers of the HOA Political Scene Newsletter have shared many commentaries on Sudan and built this site map. It is the secondary site map 21 B.
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This page supports many primary and secondary site maps, some of which are modern forums linked within the page.
The primary site maps includes comments on Sudan and they are the original main pages I wrote on this network. The secondary site maps are either pages written by the visitors of the website and the readers of the newsletter, or pages I built to reorganize the website.
This explanation is important to understand the differences between these pages.
Since the website and specially those pages about Sudan receive comments continuously, expect to see more site maps here.
I refined the primary and the secondary site maps that index the Sudanese political topics and the political comments on Sudan by headlines or by headlines and descriptions. I added also some secondary site maps to this specific political category about Sudan.
This effort comes to organize the HOA Political Scene Blog and to make your browsing and reading experience easy and smart, by connecting the primary pages about Sudan with the comments they receive from regular visitors and loyal readers of the HOA Political Scene Newsletter.
"Comments on Sudan", or the secondary site map number 21 D includes some pages, as you can see on this network accompanied by some descriptions about those pages.
The other secondary site maps include the following:
Secondary site map 21 A, Write about Sudan.
Secondary site map 21 B, Comments on Sudan.
Secondary site map 21 C, Sudan Online.
Secondary site map 21 D, Sudanese Online.
Secondary site map 21 E, Sudanese Regimes' Political Crimes.
This primary site map is supported by some additional site maps, indexed through on page links as the following:
Primary site map 7 A, Sudan.
Primary site map 7 B, Sudanese political articles.
Primary site map 7 C, Sudanese Arabic Political Articles.
Primary site map 7 D, Sudanese Economical Forums.
Primary site map 7 E, Sudanese Cultural Forums.
Primary site map 7 F, Sudanese Forum.
Primary site map 7 G, Sudanese Forums.
Primary site map 7 H, Sudanese Regional Politics.
New comments on Sudan appear on this category and the extensions mentioned above. You got the idea.
** Sudan, Juba Memo - Khalid wrote, achieving fair elections is not a priority to the ruling party and the memo of Juba's political powers reveals that the authorities are in a hurry to achieve the elections in April, regardless to many mistakes in the regulations and the procedures.
** Sudan Census Defects - Osman wrote, Juba's political powers welcomed the electoral laws and the composition of the electoral commission as well with reservation.
** Eastern Sudan Feeds Israel by Human Power - Salah wrote, eastern Sudan feeds Israel by human power. So, what? You may wonder or you may not. However, this specific issue needs discussion. I open it to all moderate kinds of discussions.
** Alert Sudan - Enkidu Debaba wrote, it will be the worst in Sudan's history, if the government continues ignoring the opposition's calls for free elections. Admin wrote, they do not want to be liable.
** Muslim Brother's Octopus in Sudan - Admin wrote about the Muslim Brothers' octopus in Sudan, explaining the devil circle of their plans to dominate the political scene in Sudan by having political powers in the opposition while they control the dictatorial regime. The comments on Sudan above need entries. Be the first to comment on them.
** They Shoot Horses in Sudan, Don't They? - Admin wrote, they shoot horses in Sudan, don't they explaining how the dictatorial regimes in Sudan kill the best horses in the country. Be the first to reply to that question by posting comments on Sudan.
** They Shoot Horses in Sudan - Admin wrote, "they shoot horses in Sudan" becomes the essential part of the tragicomedy Sudan experiences every day, as this dictatorial regimes continues in power, while the opposition dreams of inaccessible honeymoon of democracy. Both entries require urgent comments on Sudan.
** Interesting Sudanese Politics - John has been wondering since long time about the abilities of the Sudanese opposition to be (in his words) the best alternative to the dictatorial regime.
He blamed the Sudanese Communist Party saying that the party failed to shift the 1971 coup into people's revolution. Who is there to disagree? If you were there observing that event, post comments on Sudan here.
** We Need National Consensus in Sudan - Ghazy Elbadawey wrote, we need national consensus in Sudan and pointed out 8 goals to agree on them.
** We Need National Consensus in Sudan Comments - Osman responded posting comments on Sudan at this link and said that the point he laid could be discussed during the national dialogue. He noted that the committee of the national consensus or whatever its name may be may not approve them.
Admin wrote, The duty of the national dialogue is to establish a good frame of mind and treat any bigotry in the way we look to some principles.
** Psychology of Fear has Political Aims - Admin wrote about the psychology of fear commenting on Sudan's political development and how the military religious regimes has planted this fear in the Sudanese soil, so everyone fears them.
** Psychology of Fear has Political Aims - Comments - Commenting on this Sudanese topic, Enkidu Debaba wrote to encourage the Sudanese people to break through the street to break the dictators' chains, a habit the Sudanese people have forgotten for a long time.
The discussion on the Psychology of Fear has Political Aims - Comments is running here to encourage you to share at least the enlightenment we offer through this network to keep the people in the direct and positive move.
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