On Thursday the Sudanese Military Government stated that they had an important statement to share. Today it was confirmed that Omar Al-Bashir was removed as the president of Sudan, after being in power for 30 years.
There was pressure from the anti-bashir protests which have been happening for a couple of weeks. The protesters were tired of Bashir’s “dictatorship” and famine in the country, they even want him to be replaced by another general.
In 2003 he was the first sitting president indicted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for genocide. In 2017, a report by the Washington State Department stated that Sudan was a sponsor of terrorism.
Last week in Algeria, Abdelaziz Bouteflika stepped down as the president after being in power for 20 years. The Algerians were tired of the elite ruling.
People are tired of ruthless leaders who don’t care about them and they good at pressuring the government!!!