Who Makes Political Crises in Sudan?
The question has many answers since the Sudan faced continuous political deterioration until the moment I updated this page on 17 March 2012. I don't have to update this page again.
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So, if the political situations have improved after this date, you could use the form at the bottom of the page to tell us what has improved. However, you will certainly read about such political improvement through the linked pages on this site map.
This is the primary site number 7 in the Horn of Africa Network. The site map includes some top pages about Sudan to enrich your knowledge about the political development in the biggest country in Africa.
However, it doesn't continue to be bigger and it doesn't keep the integrity of its national soil because of the political conspiracies of its dictatorial religious regime since 1989.
The pages don't only enrich your political knowledge about the Sudanese country, but they also correct the wrong information and the misleading of the international media, where they prove also the conspiracies against the Sudanese soil are not only home-made conspiracies.
Since the forties of the twentieth century, the Sudan has proved to have weak political parties. They proved to be weak, because they have established from family oriented interests combined with sectarian, religious and feudal goals and thus have all exploited innocent and politically illiterate people.
Of course, there are so many well educated people. The majority of those people chose to follow images of some family leaders and pray for them while they led the traditional rightist parties.
They do until this moment. Perhaps, that what makes the wretch of the earth in the country.
Many other well educated people stand with the leftist party. However, the party continues to lack strong impacts on the majority of the people. Nevertheless, it struggles hard to change the ugly picture we see in Sudan.
I could see the future to say that, unless the country separates the religion and thus the sectarian believes from politics, the country will experience more secessions in the other parts at the west and at the east. The south has already seceded.People, the state is a secular concept
The political experiences here make the core of my concern as an experienced journalist who worked in the country and its neighbourhood in the Horn of Africa and in the Middle East for long time.
Many intellectuals see the political problems in the country. But, they can't afford taking serious actions to correct the political situations, which continue the deterioration from decade to decade, since the independence of the country form the British colonization.
The military regimes worked and the recent military regime works hard to divide the (proved to be) weak opposition and create tribal causes that threats the remaining parts of the country.
The political impression we get from the political development of the country, which is exposed to regionalization and internationalization to solve its political problems is that, the recent regime, until this date I mentioned above is the worst regime the Sudan's history.
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Sudan: Sitemap 7
This page about Sudan makes the site map 7. It includes most of the political pages about this biggest country in Africa, which almost resembles the continent in its shape and its map looks like the African map.Additional Newsletter's Site MapsThe Sudanese Site Maps
However, there are some other Sudanese political articles in English, Sudanese Arabic political articles and comments on the country, all of which make extensions of three other site maps.
You can skip and go direct to the site maps below, or read this introduction for more details. However, it is always good to read thoroughly to get the complete insights.
The sitemap 7 helps you get easily to those pages, as the HOA political Scene website gets bigger. It includes more than 14 primary site maps you can visit from here too in addition to more than 13 secondary sitemaps, visitors and readers to the HOA Political Scene newsletter have built in this network.
In other words, you can find here many pages that are not included in the navigation bar at the left column or at the bottom of the page.
The HOA Political Scene Newsletter you see at the top left column highlights the political events in the Sudan and other neighbouring countries in the area. It is better to subscribe to it to follow up, if you were interested in such political issues.
The Primary Site Map 7 / Sudan:
Some other pages on the country of Bilad alSudan are not included in the sitemap 7. You can reach them through the Blog, on the secondary sitemaps or better subscribe to the HOA Political Scene newsletter at the top left column to follow our political updates.
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:The 13 Secondary Sitemaps Readers of the HOA Political Scene and Visitors Have Built on this Network:NOTE: The use of Bilad alSudan instead of the country's name are meant for technical purposes in regards to how search engines look to this page.
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