The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Sudan!
by Hassan Osman
I will answer the question I read here that says, "What's the good, the bad and the ugly in the Sudanese political scene!
The bad is that the Sudanese in the opposition groups have agreed on not to agree. In spite of the news that says, they are seeking to form a national consensus, I see that individuality is permanent in the way some political parties think to come with their own political programs to dominate the Sudanese political scene.
Some of the political parties in Sudan have not developed and they do not want to keep away of their own political agendas or remake them to suite the present political development in Sudan. They did not learn from their political mistakes in the past three political periods.
The ugly is that the National Congress Party (NCP) plays on the political scene alone investing on the disagreement between the opposition parties and playing in widening the gaps between them.
There are unfortunately unseen ties between one party in the opposition and the dictatorial ruling party. The ruling NCP knows how to trick that party. In addition, the NCP tries to trick also the National Unionist Party (NUP).
The political scheme of this party seems going since the coup led by the Islamic National Front (NIF) in 1989 although the Sudanese people do not want those dictators.
The good is that we always know the Sudanese people could make a third revolution. This could happen any time although the third
dictatorial system in Sudan has destroyed all the national trade unions, associations and the movements of the students in the high schools and the universities.
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