Prosecute Both Civil and Military Governments!
by Mohammed Nur
Sudanese Should Prosecute Both Civil and Military Governments!
I have enjoyed this page and found it useful. Since Sudan has unfortunately gone through difficult political periods since the independence in 1956, and there is yet no national unity government, it is difficult to prosecute those responsible for the political, economical and social deterioration in the biggest country in Africa.
Unfortunately, I say, the Sudanese people are very innocent people and they let those who robbed the country escape legal proceedings after the first revolution and uprising both in October 1964 and in April 1985.
They also let the leaders of the mechanical majority in the parliament escape being questioned on the deterioration of the country that caused by their governments.
Thank you for your kind understanding to what I am trying to convey and thank you once again for supporting this network and carrying on with the rhythm of the website.
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