Monday, February 07, 2011

Protests in Sudan

"As angry Egyptians stormed into Cairo's streets, the wave spilled across Egypt's southern border into Sudan. Loosely organized bands of Sudanese youth are entering their second week of a declared uprising against the strong-arm rule of President Omar al-Bashir's National Congress Party.

The methods are familiar. Joining groups on Facebook and communicating through text messages, they launched their protests Jan. 30, chanting anti-ruling party slogans and protesting rising food prices. Their stated aim: the fall of al-Bashir's regime."

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1 comment :

ttv said...

Thanks for the link. But why people should do that? Is there any way to stop chaos when the politics are coming?