Details of the Elusive Sudan Peace and the History of Conflict in The Republic.

ByMaureen Lurare
Published on: May 07, 2023 02:05
Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo and General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan. Photo| Courtesy

Sudan’s conflict is getting worse as there will be no solution for democratic rule in the country.


Sudan has always been in conflict and the Military has always been in the epicenter of all of it. In 1958, the first coup occurred overthrowing the Government in power since Independence in 1956. Since then there has been a change in who’s been in power till the longest ruling regime started in 1993 to 2019. Bringing back to the present, the Sudanese army leader Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the de facto head of state. Tensions begin to rise when the RSF Leader and SAF Leader al-Burhan couldn’t come to an agreement on how to transition into democratic rule and the political process failed, the fighting is caused by the struggle for power and who exercises the power in the state, both sides knew and was prepared for confrontation. Days before the war took place, the RSF Leader had deployed officers to Marowe, a town located in the northern part of the country and fighting took place there.


Both sides had appointed envoys to Saudi Arabia for peace talks as the host nation is in hopes that can help end the war, more than 500 people have died due to the war that is happening and nations around the world have been evacuating their citizens.

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