Sudan’s failed coup attempt shows ‘fragility’ of transition

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Sudan’s failed coup highlights the threats to its transition to civilian rule after the ouster of dictator Omar Al-Bashir two years ago, analysts say. The country is led by a civilian-military administration under an August 2019 power-sharing deal. It was signed months after Bashir’s ouster by the military following mass protests against his iron-fisted three decades in power. But the transition to full civilian rule has remained shaky, reeling from deep fragmentation among political factions, economic woes and a receding role for civilian leaders. The military has remained dominant, analysts …

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