The Political Impact of Secession on Sudan

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الحاج, حسن
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University of Khartoum
During the transitional period Sudanese politics were dominated by two competing pillars: the National Congress Party (NCP) and its allies, and the Sudan’s Peoples Liberation Movement (SPLM) and its allies. In many ways, the CPA ushered in a new era in Sudanese politics. Both Abuja and Asmara agreements, designed to tackle the crises in Darfur and the East, followed the steps of the CPA. As a result, new actors emerged at the national and local levels. Non-governmental organizations, media, the youth, and think tanks added a new active dimension to the traditional political arena. Those new actors were able to effectively utilize information technology and social media. The transitional period was unfortunately characterized by political bickering, feud, and animosities.
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Political, Impact , Secession , Sudan