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Vol 57 No 1

Published 8th January 2016


Sudan

The survival imperative

Khartoum will rely on its security system and bailouts from the Gulf to maintain power and fend off pressure for political change

The key word in Sudan this year is 'survival'. It is the prime focus both for the embattled National Congress Party regime and for an ever hungrier population. If the opposition is to stand a chance of winning power, its parties will have to develop stronger policies and work more closely together despite determined NCP attempts to divide them.

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